USPS Virtual Entry Assessment Test Prep Guide - Postal Exams 474, 475, 476 & 477 - 2019 Edition

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Effective preparation is essential for all four new tests – exams 474, 475, 476 & 477 – that were launched in April 2019 to replace retired exam 473. These tests now fill the vast majority of all Postal jobs. It is imperative to achieve you highest possible score the first time around because you can only take these exams once a year and because only the top 3 scoring applicants are invited to interviews.

Postal exams and their horrific failure rates have always been a huge barrier when seeking a Post Office job. These four new tests continue that devastating tradition. The good news is that our USPS Virtual Entry Assessment Test Prep Guide is your key to overcoming this overwhelming obstacle.

Problems: Bizarre questions & answers, Test Anxiety, highest possible score is crucial, limited test prep time

  • Many people fail because they never really understand the bizarre hypothetical questions about situations you might encounter on the job, about how you might “approach” different jobs, about how you relate to customers / coworkers/ supervisors, etc.
  • Selecting answers is just as bad. Any or all of the answer selections can seem reasonable, and there is never one obvious best choice. In fact, different answers can be the best choice for different jobs and/or for different people.
  • Test Anxiety is a recognized physiological condition that is triggered by odd exams like these, that is compounded by the critical importance of your score, and that causes applicants to perform below their potential and to score poorly or fail
  • You must achieve the highest score possible now when you have the chance. You can only take these exams once every 12 months. If you do not score high enough the first time, you must wait a year before you can take them again.
  • You must have one of the top three scores for any chance at all. Only the top three applicants are invited for interviews.
  • Limited test prep time. You must complete the exam within 72 hours (3 days) of applying. This leaves very little time for test preparation.

Solution: USPS Virtual Entry Assessment Test Prep Guide

  • The cure for Test Anxiety is developing familiarity and comfort with exam content, with the bizarre questions & answers that blow many people away. That is exactly what our test prep guide does for you with its exhaustive details on exam content and ultra-realistic practice tests.
  • Actual exam questions. Included are practice tests for all sections of all 4 new exams. How realistic are the questions? They are actual questions from the real exams paraphrased so they will not be in violation of copyright law.
  • Get the absolute highest possible score. By the time you complete our “USPS Virtual Entry Assessment Test Prep Guide”, you will know exactly what to expect. You will be cool, calm, and confident when taking the exam. You will succeed!
  • Get our guide and prep before applying if possible. But if you already applied, all is not lost. You must take the exam within 3 days of applying, so order our guide right now and use part of those 3 days to prepare.

Together, our three guides – Shortcuts to Your Post Office Job, USPS Virtual Entry Assessment Test Prep Guide, and USPS Interview Questions & Answers – assure you a Postal career via a successful job search, the highest possible score, and a favorable interview rating. And you can save $20 by purchasing them together in our Complete Postal Job, Exam & Interview Prep Course. Click here for details.


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