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Peterson's Practice Tests for the Postal Exams

By Peterson's Staff updated on Friday, June 14, 2013

The United States Postal Service offers many career opportunities. Whether you want to be a clerk, carrier, technician, or information specialist there's a job for you. Every applicant to the USPS must first pass the postal exam specific to their desired position. Get the prep and practice you need to get hired!

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Postal Worker 473/473-C
Exam 473/473-C replaces Exam 470 and serves as the entry-level test. Get 90 days of access to a full-length practice test, get detailed explanations for each question, and use your results to target your preparation. The use of a printer, Adobe Acrobat Reader, and audio are required for portions of this test.

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Postal Worker 710/711
If you want to work for the USPS as a typist, stenographer, or data-conversion operator, you'll need to prepare for the 710/711 postal exams. The 710 exam is taken by all candidates. The 711 exam is required if you want to become a stenographer. Get 90 days of access to a full-length practice test, get detailed explanations for each question, and use your results to target your preparation.

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