Postal Police Exam Practice Test (USPS 630E/630) 2023

Postal Police Exam Practice Test (USPS 630E/630) 2023 ( United States Postal Service –USPS 630E/630) Questions Answers:  Our Postal Police Exam Practice Test is designed to help prepare you for the online examination process. The Postal Police Examination. The sample exercises provided are neither practice tests, nor simulations of actual testing conditions for the Postal Inspector Entrance Examination. However, they do resemble the actual test in style and format and will help you Postal Exam Test Prep better.

Completing the sample Postal Police Exam Practice Test does not ensure an increase in your test score or in your aptitude to perform Postal Service work. Neither does attending workshops nor studying exam techniques guarantee a higher exam score or a better application.

Postal Police Exam Practice Test USPS 630

Name of the test Postal Exam Practice Test 2024
Administered by USPS
Exam Type Sample Test
Employee Code 630E/630
Post name Postal Police
Total questions 7

The 630E exam assesses the applicant’s level of experience and personality to reveal how they will effectively perform duties as a postal service employee. The individual achievement exam is comprised of 50 questions. The applicant has 40 minutes to complete the assessment.

The questions for 630E assess the personality of the applicant and his/her suitability for the position applied for. There are no right or wrong answers. Your answers reveal whether or not your personality is well suited to the job.

Exam Format

The applicant will be scheduled for the 630 exam if they pass with a grade 70 or better. The 630 exam is comprised of two parts:

Part A (Reading) includes 35 questions with 50 minutes to complete the section. This section tests the applicants reading and comprehension abilities.
Part B (Arithmetic Reasoning) includes 25 questions with 40 minutes to complete the test. Part B tests your verbal and numeric problem-solving aptitude.

PART A Sample Questions (Reading)

Q1. A crime scene requires tight security to protect evidence. If the crime scene isn’t immediately secured and access restrictions implemented key evidence could be destroyed or contaminated. The case against anyone charged in the crime could be challenged by the defense with insufficient protections implemented.

The statement supports the conclusion that

  • A. It is impossible to try a case when a crime scene isn’t properly secured
  • B. The defense will automatically file for a mistrial if the site isn’t secured
  • C. Immediately securing a crime scene protects and prevents evidence contamination
  • D. Evidence isn’t always conclusive at crime scenes even if the area is properly secured
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Answer Key: C 

Q2) A customer at a local store was shot during a robbery and the bullet was recovered during surgery along with several casings at the crime scene. A 9mm handgun was found several blocks away in a garbage can. Fingerprints were found on the shell casings.

The statement supports the conclusion that

  • A. The handgun was used during the robbery
  • B. The bullet recovered during surgery was 9mm
  • C. The fingerprints on the gun matched the fingerprints on the shell casings
  • D. Ballistic checks could confirm if the recovered gun was used to shoot the customer if the bullet recovered was 9mm.
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Answer Key: D 

Q3) Reports were due on Friday, day after tomorrow. An internal audit discovered missing equipment on April 2nd and a recent inventory dated March 15th showed all of the missing equipment was accounted for at that time. Three agents had entered the storage facility during the time period in question. The missing equipment included two bullet proof vests and two cases of ammunition.

The statement supports the conclusion that

  • A. The agency was waiting for the reports to determine who entered the facility and the cost of the missing equipment
  • B. One of the three agents who entered the storage facility had taken the equipment
  • C. The equipment probably was removed from the storage facility sometime between March 15th and April 2nd
  • D. The only missing equipment was two bullet proof vests and two cases of ammunition
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Answer Key: C 

Part B Sample Questions (Arithmetic Reasoning)

The 630 Assessment Guide provides the following information to help you with the arithmetic reasoning exam. This is excerpted from the postal service’s official guide.

Q1. A local police department buys bullet proof vests at $700 each for 4 of their new officers. What is the total amount of money the department will spend for bullet proof vests for these officers?

  • A) $2,100
  • B) $2,800
  • C) $1,400
  • D) $3,500
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Answer Key: The correct answer is B. It can be determined by multiplying 4 × $700 =

Q2. An investigator had to use his own car on an official business trip. The agency reimbursed the investigator 40 cents per mile. He traveled round trip to Cleveland and the one way distance was 150 miles. What was the officer reimbursed for his milage?

  • A) $60
  • B) $240
  • C) $120
  • D) $90
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Answer Key: The correct answer is C. Multiply 150 × 2 × .4 = $120 

Q3. An officer is allocated an annual clothing allowance of $500 and is permitted to submit reimbursement paperwork throughout the year for new purchases. He purchases a new uniform for $175, shoes for $78, and hat for $35. He later buys a second uniform at the same price as the first one he purchased. How much will the officer be reimbursed?

  • A) $500
  • B) $288
  • C) $528
  • D) $463

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 The correct answer is D. Multiply 175 × 2 + 78 + 35 = $463

Q4. An officer issues a $100 citation for speeding 20 miles over the speed limit in a 25 mile per hour residential zone. Fines are doubled when cited for traveling 10 miles over the limit in residential zones. What fine would a speeder pay if he was traveling 8 miles over the speed limit in a residential zone?

  • A) $200
  • B) $100
  • C) $50
  • D) None of the above

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The correct answer is C. Divide 100/2 = $50