Red Seal Practice Exams

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The Red Seal Exam is an exam that tests your knowledge of trade activities. It is
used by all provinces and territories to issue a Red Seal endorsement. Most of
them use the Red Seal Exam to issue trade certification. In many ways, it is the
“final exam” for tradespeople.

The format of the questions is multiple-choice. Each question is worth the same.
There are no trick questions. Of the four choices, there is one correct answer,
and three incorrect options.

The Red Seal Exam has a pass mark of 70%. There is a time limit of four hours
for writing it.

Disclaimer: Please note that these practice exams are not an Interprovincial Standard Red Seal Examination. These are merely practice questions that were developed by Robinson’s Craft Tech Design to help with the preparation for the Red Seal Heavy-duty Equipment Technician and Truck and Transport Mechanic examination. The practice questions are intended to be used for self-assessment while preparing to challenge the red seal examination.  Success on these practice exams will NOT result in certification or qualification. For information about the standards on which the Red Seal examination is based, review the National Occupational Analysis for the respective occupation.

Our practice exams are tools to be used in conjunction with formal and practical training. It is not intended to replace technical training provided under the direction of instructors.

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Block A – Common Occupational Skills – 9 questions

Task 1 Performs safety-related functions. 2 questions.                        

Task 2 Uses and maintains tools and equipment. 4 questions.

Task 3 Performs routine trade activities. 3 questions.

Block B – Engine And Supporting Systems – 26 questions

Task 4 Services, diagnoses and repairs base engine. 3 questions.

Task 5 Services, diagnoses and repairs lubrication system. 3 questions.

Task 6 Services, diagnoses and repairs intake and exhaust systems. 3 questions.

Task 7 Services, diagnoses and repairs engine management system. 4 questions.

Task 8 Services, diagnoses and repairs fuel delivery system. 4 questions.

Task 9 Services, diagnoses and repairs emission systems for diesel engines. 4 questions.

Task 10 Services, diagnoses and repairs engine retarder systems. 2 questions.

Task 11 Services, diagnoses and repairs cooling systems. 3 questions.

Block C – Air Systems and Brakes – 21 questions

Task 12 Services, diagnoses and repairs air systems. 10 questions.

Task 13 Services, diagnoses and repairs brake systems. 11 questions.

Block D – Electrical and Electronic Systems – 25 questions

Task 14 Services, diagnoses and repairs batteries. 3 questions.

Task 15 Services, diagnoses and repairs charging systems. 4 questions.

Task 16 Services, diagnoses and repairs spark ignition systems. 2 questions.

Task 17 Services, diagnoses and repairs starting systems. 4 questions.

Task 18 Services, diagnoses and repairs electrical components and accessories. 6 questions.

Task 19 Services, diagnoses and repairs vehicle management systems and electronic components. 6 questions.

Block E – Drive Train – 18 questions

Task 20 Services, diagnoses and repairs clutches. 3 questions.

Task 21 Services, diagnoses and repairs manual transmission and transfer cases. 3 questions.

Task 22 Services, diagnoses and repairs automatic transmissions. 3 questions.

Task 23 Services, diagnoses and repairs automated transmissions. 4 questions.

Task 25 Services, diagnoses and repairs differentials. 2 questions.

Task 26 Services, diagnoses and repairs drive train retarders. 1 questions.

Block F – Steering, Chassis/Frames, Suspension, Wheels, Hubs and Tires – 21 questions

Task 27 Services, diagnoses and repairs steering systems. 5 questions.

Task 28 Services, diagnoses and repairs chassis/frame. 2 questions.

Task 29 Services, diagnoses and repairs suspension. 5 questions.

Task 30 Services, diagnoses and repairs hitches and couplers. 4 questions.

Task 31 Services, diagnoses and repairs tires, wheels and hubs. 5 questions.

Block G – Cab – 6 questions

Task 32 Services, diagnoses and repairs interior cab components. 3 questions.

Task 33 Services, diagnoses and repairs exterior cab components. 3 questions

Block H – Trailers – 7 questions

Task 34 Services, diagnoses and repairs trailer components and accessories. 4 questions.

Task 35 Services, diagnoses and repairs heating refrigeration systems. 3 questions.

Block I – Climate Control – 9 questions

Task 36 Services, diagnoses and repairs heating ventilation systems. 4 questions.

Task 37 Services, diagnoses and repairs air conditioning systems. 5 questions.

Block J – Hydraulic Systems – 8 questions

Task 38 Services, diagnoses and repairs hydraulic components. 8 questions.

 

Block A – Common occupational skills – 11 questions

Task 1 Uses and maintains tools and equipment. 3 questions.

Task 2 Performs general maintenance and inspections. 4 questions.

Task 3 Organizes work. 2 questions.

Task 4 Performs routine trade activities. 2 questions.

Block B – Engines and engine support systems – 21 questions

Task 5 Diagnoses engines and engine support systems. 12 questions.

Task 6 Repairs engines and engine support systems. 9 questions.

Block C – Hydraulic, hydrostatic and pneumatic systems – 26 questions

Task 7 Diagnoses hydraulic, hydrostatic and pneumatic systems. 16 questions.

Task 8 Repairs hydraulic, hydrostatic and pneumatic systems. 10 questions.

Block D – Drivetrain systems – 18 questions

Task 9 Diagnoses drivetrain systems. 11 questions.

Task 10 Repairs drivetrain systems. 7 questions.

Block E – Steering, suspension, brake systems, wheel assemblies and undercarriage – 20 questions

Task 11 Diagnoses steering, suspension, brake systems, wheel assemblies and undercarriage. 11 questions.

Task 12 Repairs steering, suspension, brake systems, wheel assemblies and undercarriage. 9 questions.

Block F – Electrical and vehicle management systems – 24 questions

Task 13 Diagnoses electrical systems. 8 questions.

Task 14 Repairs electrical systems. 4 questions.

Task 15 Diagnoses electronic vehicle management systems. 8 questions.

Task 16 Repairs electronic vehicle management systems. 4 questions.

Block G – Environmental control systems – 8 questions

Task 17 Diagnoses environmental control systems. 5 questions.

Task 18 Repairs environmental control systems. 3 questions.

Block H – Structural components, accessories and attachments – 7 questions

Task 19 Diagnoses structural components, accessories and attachments. 3 questions.

Task 20 Repairs structural components, accessories and attachments. 4 questions.

Slide 1

A vehicle’s engine is the source of its power. Although diesel-fuel-powered engines come in a wide variety of sizes, models, and design, the basic operating principles of all engines are the same. Almost all freight-hauling trucks (and most other heavy-duty vehicles) contain four-stroke, diesel-fuel-burning engines.

Slide 2

Tracks are necessary to provide the flotation, traction and mobility that machines need to work in soft, rough or uneven terrain that rubber tires cannot provide.

Slide 3

The modern vehicle powered by a diesel engine is an amazing piece of technology, with its many components working together to safely and reliably haul freight, transport passengers, and serve the construction and farming industries.

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