posted on Apr, 11 2012 @ 04:19 PM
Since this is the only forum or community I belong to I was hoping that I could get some help from the many intelligent men and women here.
I am about to take an apptitude test to get myself into the iron workers union. I have been out of school for about 14 years and really need to brush
up on my math. Even in school it was not one of my better subjects.
So my question is what math formulas do you think would be important for me to memorize ?
Does anyone on here have an idea of what type of math questions I should expect or prepare for?
I have construction experience but I have been a laborer with my current union and prior to that I owned a bar.
So I am good when it comes to money but as a laborer there was no math involved in shoveling ,jack hammering or milling and paving the street. I
really want to ace this test out of 2000 applicants only 50 are admitted to the apprenticeship program. From what I was told the selection process
uses this test for selection process more then prior experience or any other criteria .
Thank you every one in advance for any advice or help or anything you add to this thread.