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Home FAQ What is the NJATC General Aptitude Test Battery?

What is the NJATC General Aptitude Test Battery?

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The NJATC General Aptitude Test Battery is a 3-hour test that measures the applicants abilities in Algebra and Reading Comprehension which are essential to perform well as an electrician. Extensive research and actual Journeyman experience data was employed into the development of this test which is sanctioned by the U.S. Dept. of Labor. The test is administered at the J.A.T.C. training center. A test processing fee of $30 is required to be paid (upon meeting basic qualifications) on the day of the General Aptitude Test Battery.

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