Marking the appropriate answer code (A, B, C, or D) for each test item in Part B and completing the Postal Service forms...
Eligibility, Requirements, and Benefits The official U.S. postal system was created during the American Revolution,...
Part B of Test 473 is called Forms Completion. It consists of 30 questions for you to complete in 15 minutes. In this...
During the Memory Section, you have 7 minutes to code 36 addresses, numbered 37 through 72. Pace yourself so that you...
General Test-Taking Strategies Later in this book, you’ll learn specific techniques and tips for each part of Test...
How Test 473 Is Scored Test 473 is scored on a 0 to 100 scale. You’ll receive one overall score in the 0 to 100 range...
Here’s a complete list of types of errors you may encounter in your postal services exam. to look for in the List to...
Check Each Part of Each Address Separately An address and ZIP code may consist of as many as seven distinct...
Personal Characteristics and Experience Inventory Study Guide for McGraw-Hill's Postal Exams 473/473C
Part D of Test 473 is called Personal Characteristics and Experience Inventory. In this part, you have 90 minutes to...
U.S. mail delivery to the western states initially was done by stagecoach—a slow and undependable means. Then, in the...
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