Elevator Industry Aptitude Test (EIAT) study guide, prepared by our dedicated team of exam experts, including practice test questions. Everything you need to pass the EIAT Entrance Test!
This book will help you:
Increase your score with multiple choice strategies from exam experts
Practice with 2 complete practice question sets (over 200 questions)
Make an Elevator Industry Aptitude Test study plan and study schedule
Answer multiple choice questions strategically
2 Sets of practice test questions including:
And a lot more!
Hundreds of pages of review and tutorials on all EIAT Test topics
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Study Smarter, Not Harder!
Like any test, your degree of success on the EIAT Test depends largely on knowing how to study for it. Now, I’m not talking about burning the candle at both ends. In fact, our goal is to have you studying less not more. Nor are we asking you to spend hundreds of dollars on study guides. Our material is available for a less than the cost of a good pair of running shoes … more on that in a moment.
Practice Makes Perfect
The more questions you see, the more likely you are to pass the test. And between our study guide and practice tests, you’ll have over 200 practice questions that cover every category. You can fine-tune your knowledge in areas where you feel comfortable and be more efficient in improving your problem areas.
Our test has been developed by our dedicated team of experts. All the material in the study guide, including every practice question, is designed to engage the critical thinking skills that are needed to pass the EIATest.
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