Can I choose a Post Office exam test date that fits my schedule?

You can indeed chose when to take the Postal exam within certain parameters. Here’s how …

This discussion is based upon the assumption that test you will take exam 474, 475, 476 or 477 that are now used to fill over 90% of all jobs. These are the four new tests that were launched in April 2019 to replace old exam 473.

When applying for a job that calls for one of these exams, you are given 3 days from your application date to complete the testing process. You can take the exam literally at any time within those 3 days. These exams are self-administered. You take them on your own without supervision.

As with all Postal exams, your score is the key to getting a job. The highest possible score on all four of these tests is 100. If you really want a job, you must score a 100 or as close as you can get to it.

That is where we come in. Our USPS Virtual Entry Assessment Test Prep Guide for exams 474, 475, 476 & 477 provides the up-to-date info and realistic practice essential for success.

But you cannot delay. You will have only 3 days for preparation after you apply. You best bet is to order the guide and begin preparing before applying.