What is the S72-R77 aptitude test? Seeking tips for IBEW's interview fro apprenticeship program.

What is the S72-R77 aptitude test? IBEW/JATC says I must take it as part of the application process for the electrician apprenticeship they offer.
What kind of questions do they ask on the test? What is the best way to prepare for it?
There is practically no information about it on the internet.
If it requires mathematics besides everyday adding, subtracting, multiplying and division, I am in trouble, as I have not used this stuff since about 1997 as a junior in college. Heck, Iv'e forgotten a lot of stuff about decimals and fractions.
Also, for anyone who has gone through their application process, what kind of questions can I expect during their interview? Or do they look at your application, look at your past jobs, and go from there?
If they asked why I want to do this program, the real reason is that I went to college, made the mistake of majoring in a liberal arts degree, realized that they have no market value, gave up on college (wonder why we even go) and decided that the best option for me is to learn a trade. I do not know if this would be appropriate for me to bring this up in the interview (probably not).
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The apptitude test you are asking about is 33 algebra questions and 36 reading comprehension. It is a timed test 46 and 51 minutes respectively. Multiple choice. I have seen some that have been out of school longer than you pass it, but have seen alot right out of school that couldn't. Go to Algebrahelp.com to brushup on your algebra. The reading comprehension you just need to be able to read a passage and be able to answer some questions.
The interview is like most. Except you don't have to have any experience to be accepted. As for you have dropped out of college, I to made the same mistake; you would be supprised how many people listen to guidance counselors and go to college when it is not right for them. We are working hard to change guidance counselors way of thinking.
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