WELDING Exam Preparation Key Features of this APP: • At practice mode you can see the explanation describing the correct answer. • Real exam style full mock exam with timed interface • Ability to create own quick mock by choosing the number of MCQ’s. • You can create your profile and see your result history with just one click. • This app contains large number of question set that covers all syllabus area. Welding Certification Tests allow a welding student to become certified as a welder or allow a welder to become certified as a welding inspector. The American Welding Society (AWS) offers two certifications: Certified Welding Inspector Exam The Certified Welding Inspector Exam, administered by the AWS, is a highly esteemed exam in the welding industry. Many welding companies look to certified welding inspectors when seeking the highest quality welding work. The exam itself is made up of three sections: Part A- Fundamentals Part B-Practical Part C- Code Application Each section must be completed in two hours. According to the AWS, in the code application section, applicants must answer 46-60 questions which evaluates the welder’s familiarity with one of five codes, selected by the applicant. Most applicants choose to test under D1.1 or AP1 1104. The code application part of the exam is open-book. The fundamentals section is made up of 150 questions based on the fundamentals of welding processes. It is a closed-book exam. Finally, the practical section consists of 46 questions that give the applicant a chance to prove his or her welding knowledge hands-on using visual aids, such as actual tools and plastic replicas of welds and a sample code book. Certified Welder Exam The Certified Welder (CW) exam requires no prior licensure or certification in welding. The exam can be taken at any of a list of accredited test facilities. After an applicant has filled out an application and paid the registration fee, an appointment will be scheduled at a test facility. Then the applicant must prove his or her skill in welding. According to the AWS, the applicant must deposit a sound weld which is then inspected and judged by a Certified Welding Inspector. If the applicant fails the test, he or she may try again at any time as long as an appointment is scheduled. Disclaimer: This application is just an excellent tool for self-study and exam preparation. It's not affiliated with or endorsed by any testing organisation, certificate, test name or trademark.