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Name ____________________________ Score ______

1. Read everything carefully before doing anything.

3. Circle the word NAME in sentence two.

4. Draw five small squares in the upper left-hand corner.

5. Put an “X” in each square.

6. Put a circle around each square.

7. Sign your name under the title of this paper.

8. After the title write, “yes, yes, yes.”

9. Put a circle completely around sentence number seven.

10. Put an “X” in the lower left corner of this paper.

11. Draw a triangle around the “X” you just put down.

12. On the back of this paper, multiply 703 by 66.

13. Draw a rectangle around the word “corner” in sentence four.

14. Loudly call out your first name when you get this far along.

15. If you have followed directions carefully to this point, call out, “I have.”

16. On the reverse side of this paper, add 8950 and 9305.

17. Put a circle around your answer and put a square around the circle.

18. Punch three small holes in the top of this paper with your pencil point.

19. If you are the first person to reach this point, LOUDLY, call out, I AM THE FIRST PERSON TO REACH THIS POINT, AND I AM THE LEADER IN FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS.”

20. Underline all even numbers on the left side of this paper.

21. Loudly call out, “I AM NEARLY FINISHED. I HAVE FOLLOWED DIRECTIONS.”
22. Now that you have finished reading everything, do sentences 1 and 2! Keep busy so that others will continue to read without disturbance from you. Do not make any sign to give a clue to your having completed the assigned task.

Name ____________________________ Score ______
Directions: You have five minutes to complete this test. Carefully read the entire test before doing anything. In order to ensure the accuracy of this exam, you should not use more than the allotted time of five minutes. Good Luck!

You may begin now!

1. Write today's date—month-day-year in the top right hand corner of your test paper.

2. Write the answer to the following multiplication problem directly underneath the date on your test paper--6 X 5 = ?

3. Write the name of the month that begins with the letter "D" in the top left hand corner of your test paper.

5. In the lower left hand corner of your test paper, write the names of your favorite singer and your favorite group.

6. Just above your answer to #5, write "This test is very easy."

7. In the lower right hand corner of your test paper, draw a rectangle and inside the rectangle draw a five pointed star. The size of these drawings is not important.

8. Directly above your answer to #7, draw a row of three small circles. Once again, size is not important.

9. Write the name of the first president of the United States on the back of your test paper anywhere you choose. If you don't know who this is, write your own name instead.

10. Write the name of any country that begins with the letter "I" directly underneath you answer to #2.
11. Take the number of dwarfs in the Snow White story and add it to the number of bears in the Goldilocks story. Divide by 2. Write this total in the approximate center of your test paper.

12. Think of a number between 1 and 50.  Double that number.  Add 20.  Add 6.  Subtract 17. Subtract 9. Divide by 2.  Write this number on your test paper directly underneath your answer to #11.

13. Now that you have carefully read all of the parts so far, and you have not carried out any of the actual work, skip the next 2 questions and go back and only complete #3.

14. The name of the first president of the United States is George Washington. He was president from 1789 until 1797. Add the two dates together to see if the total is less than 5000.

15. You should not be reading the end of the exam before the beginning of the exam, but now that you are here, you have just wasted some of the time you may need to complete the test.

## Following Directions

The ability to follow directions is very important for many jobs. These types of questions measure a job applicant's ability to follow directions by giving a set of rules, and then have the applicant answer questions by following the rules.

RULES

The three types of storage are regular, warehouse, and special. Listed below are the rules for deciding which type of storage to use.

• Regular or warehouse storage should be used for items that do not need special handling.

• Special storage should be used for items that need special handling.

• Warehouse storage should be used for items weighing over 200 pounds.
• Regular storage should be used for items weighing less than 200 pounds.

• Special storage should always be used for storing hazardous materials.

Codes: 1 - SPECIAL 2 - WAREHOUSE 3 - REGULAR

1. What type of storage would be used for equipment weighing 350 pounds?

3 - REGULAR

2. What type of storage would be used for a fifty-pound box of dynamite?

1 - SPECIAL

2 - WAREHOUSE

3 - REGULAR

3. What type of storage would be used for a five-gallon drum needing refrigeration?

1 - SPECIAL

2 - WAREHOUSE

3 - REGULAR

4. What type of storage would be used for machinery weighing 175 pounds?

1 - SPECIAL

2 - WAREHOUSE

3 - REGULAR

5. What type of storage would be used for a cement truck used for parts?

1 - SPECIAL

2 - WAREHOUSE

3 - REGULAR

##### Following Instructions Sample Questions Answers and Explanations

1. The correct answer is "2", Warehouse, because according to the third rule, warehouse storage should be used for items weighing over 200 pounds.

2. The correct answer is "1", Special, because the last rule states that special storage should always be used for storing hazardous materials.

3. The correct answer is "1", Special, because the item needs the special handling of refrigeration.

4. The correct answer is "3", Regular, because the item weighs less than 200 pounds.

5. The correct answer is "2", Warehouse, because a cement truck weighs more than 200 pounds.