Our third WorkKeys Graphic Literacy practice test covers Level 5, which is the medium difficulty level. These questions include more complicated workplace graphics, and may include some unusual graphic types. There may be multiple variables and graphics will have more densely displayed information.
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Question 1 of 5
The chart below shows the percentage of students enrolled in each course offered during the summer term. Based on the chart, which department (history, literature, math, and science) has the greatest total summer enrollment?CorrectIncorrect
Question 2 of 5
Woody is taking a road trip to celebrate his graduation. He is starting in Cincinnati and plans to first visit his cousins in Albany. Next, he will drive to Destin to visit his grandparents. He will then return to Cincinnati to begin his new job. In total, how many miles will he travel?CorrectIncorrect
Question 3 of 5
A study of the number of 3-Car households in a given geography produced the following graph and the trend line shown. If the number of 3-Car Households continues growing at a similar rate, which of the following is the best prediction of the number of 3-Car Households expected in 2015?CorrectIncorrect
Question 4 of 5
A maintenance worker has been asked to drill a 5/8 inch diameter hole with a drilling depth of 12 inches. For each model, the chart below shows the hole diameter (inches); the maximum drilling depth (inches), and the overall length of the bit (inches). He wants to order the shortest drill bit that will do the job. What bit should he choose?CorrectIncorrect
Question 5 of 5
The warranty repair department is responsible for troubleshooting returned items. A technician is currently troubleshooting a display that “Can’t start”. She confirmed that the power board output is 24 volts, and she has confirmed that the power key is under control. What should she do next?CorrectIncorrect