CITB SSSTS Mock Test

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CITB SSSTS Mock Test

Image of a mock test on a mobile phone. Title reads CITB SSSTS Mock Test. Get ready for your CITB SSSTS course.

Get ready to take your CITB SSSTS course assessment with a complete mock test. This practice assessment is in the same format as it would be on your course so that you can get an idea of what to expect when taking the real thing. Please be aware that none of the questions below will feature in the live assessments, this is purely to give examples of the type of questions you may see in the final assessment.

CITB SSSTS Assessment format

  • You have 30 minutes to attempt to answer all questions.
  • You should attempt to answer all 25 questions.
  • The first four questions are safety critical – You must answer all four correctly to pass the exam.
  • You need to score 80% or higher to pass the full assessment including the four safety critical questions.
  • If taking the SSSTS refresher, the assessment will be in the same format and so the Mock test will work for you.
  • To keep up to date on any changes made to the CITB courses, you can visit here and read their news section.

CITB SSSTS Mock Assessment

Answer the questions below and see your score for the CITB SSSTS mock test.

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