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  1. #1
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    Here is a welding related scoring test take the like then click the start button to take the test.

    You all will do good. I made a 94 so its kind of a midterm thing.

    If you know of more, bring em in,

    http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/...g-midterm-exam

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    I only scored a 90, I failed, I thought they wanted leathers verses Cotton, when I do work at Power sub stations they dont allow cotton, we have to have FRP clothing verses blue jeans.

    I've been laying electrode holders and mig guns on my welding tables for 28 years and have never electified my tables.

    They were asking about a question about a line burner also that I got wrong.

    There was another abbreviation that I had never heard of.

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    Cool

    only 88% for me. Some questions i really didn't know...Bob
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    Hmm, 6 minutes and 90%, and I don't weld.... Not sure why one would wear cotton during an oxyfuel process, seems to me you'd catch fire somewhat faster than if you had leathers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruizer View Post
    Hmm, 6 minutes and 90%, and I don't weld.... Not sure why one would wear cotton during an oxyfuel process, seems to me you'd catch fire somewhat faster than if you had leathers,
    I think it is a trick question
    The options are
    Leather
    Cotton
    Wool
    Rayon

    I imagine they do not consider leathers "clothing" but PPE
    So then the choices are
    Cotton
    Wool
    Rayon

    Cotton wins
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    Default Little shop knowlage

    I scored in 80's two, also been welding off & on full time over 30 years. Missed one I knew big thumb hit wrong box & I didn't see it. I missed the one about confined space. Go figure.

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    Only reason I got in the 90's was a few lucky guesses and I have been researching the new oxy/act rig for a few weeks now.

    It was interesting tho and I have looked for others but only finding test for pay.

    If you guys run into any test online, post them. I enjoy taking test for some reason if I have at least some knowledge in the area.

    My worst test ever was an Air Force communications security test. COMSEC I think it was called. Was a requirement with our top secret clearance.

    Anyway, I had no clue about what it was all about and the buck Sargent knew. So he gave me the plastic answer cover used to grade it and said miss a few. LOL

    Well I took it pretty fast and a Major comes in looking for answer sheet in his desk. The Sargs face went blood red and I was about to crap a nice one. He got up to help find it and I slipped it to him as he walked by. My nerves were beyond shot. This was a SAC Base and they did not play. My cheating days were over after that.

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    Default Little shop knowlage

    I found I am wayy to cautious,but how can that be,lol. 10 on the acty and 8000 cf on space. Didn't know the track burner one either. Mid80. Never was the"A" student. Fun test and good to refresh the basics.

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