I've challenged the Mech engineers where I work to take the test to see just
how they scored.
So far only a few have bothered taking it and they came in at 460, 470,480,
and me a non-engineer at 410.
There are a couple of questions that have debatable answers, depending on
your point of view.
Such as the intake stroke bringing air in. Air pressure is the correct
answer but 'suction' should also be correct, by definition.
The fulcrum with the two boxes on it, the left one near, the right one a
distance away is another.
If you look at it from a simplistic point of view and you assume the box
occupies 2 segments, then the right box is 3 times as far away (the correct
answer) but if you compare from the middle of the left box to the middle of
the right box, then the ratios appears to be 5:1 not 3:1.
you need to look at the test as an ENTRANCE exam, rather tha as a final
examine. Don't make things more complicated than they need to be.