Anyone with an interest in working for the US Post Office as a clerk or a mail carrier must take either the 473-C city carrier exam, the 473 retail clerk exam, or the 460 rural carrier exam (which has not changed). Those candidates who receive a 95% or higher score are interviewed first; those with scores lowers than 90% aren't often interviewed at all, making these exams extremely competitive. The Postal Clerk and Carrier Exam Cram, Second Edition, is a concise review guide that can help you score higher on the postal clerk and carrier exams and eliminate some of the competition.
The new edition covers all of the exam topics from the USPS, including new topics like Address Coding, Forms Completion, and Personal Characteristics and Experience Inventory. These topics replaced number series, memory for addresses, and oral instructions. The Exam Cram also provides exam alerts, strategies, tips, a practice exam on each topic and four full practice exams covering all the topics. The Cram Sheet tear card provides facts for last minute review. Study your way to a higher score with the Postal Clerk and Carrier Exam Cram, Second Edition.