I know people who could max your Mechanical Test Results BUT you would NOT want them to open your frig.

by Gair46

I am 61..have been in U.S. military service......3 years of active duty..lots of mechanical as well as electronic repair while on active duty....honorably discharged.....worked for approx. 14 years in avionics repair (in general aviation ..LOTS of mechanical installations as well as electronic repair..worked for over 25 years in consumer electronic repair ...have repaired thousands of electronic devices as well as thousands of mechanical devices and still would not be able to pass this Bennett test....I have been employed my whole life and seem to have done fairly well ...on the other hand I have known several people who could surely Max your test BUT as I said in opening remarks ...you would NOT want them to open your refrig. much less work on ANYTHING mechanical for you...so ..PLEASE.. tell me where I am wrong in thinking that your test should NOT be used by ANY employer in deciding on whom he or she should employ. ???? I wonder how many people who could surely do the job they were applying for were refused a job solely because they did not pass this test....how many lives did you damage with this (in my opinion)...useless test?

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