These quizzes are for you to see how well you are prepared for what you will see out in the field.
Go ahead have fun see what you don’t know. Stop in every 6 to 8 weeks to try another quiz.
If you are preparing for the National Home Inspectors Exam, for State or ASHI qualification, that test is multiple choice versus true and false.
In a True or False Test, you have a 50% chance of selecting the correct answer. A Multiple-Choice Test with 4 choices is different. There are 4 answers. One will be MOST Correct. Another will be close, but usually missing something. The other two are called legitimate distractors. These answers sound good if you have no clue what the correct answer is. Always select the most correct.
When preparing for the Midwest Inspectors Institute Final Exam, the National Home Inspectors Exam, State Exam or any high stakes exam, I recommend the following.
- The day prior to exam – Review material that you consider important or likely to be on the exam.
- Get a GOOD night’s sleep.
- Prior to going to the Exam Site, again review the material, especially charts and numbers, and diagrams.
- Read the test question and all four answers. Read the question a second time, to be sure the question is asking what you thought it was asking, then read the answers again and select the MOST CORRECT answer.
- DO NOT CHANGE YOUR ANSWER – Your gut instinct is more often correct. IF you get several questions further down and have an AHAA! Moment then you can change it.
- On most State and National Exams, you can MARK a question so you can go back and review questions you were not sure of. The answer.