Form Completion

USPS Postal Exam 473

The form completion section of the Postal Exam 473.

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Form Completion - Postal Exam 473

Section Instructions

Once you begin, you will be presented with between four and six forms, with a number of questions for each form. Study each form carefully and then choose the correct response from the list of questions. You have 15 minutes to complete this exercise. Your score will be tabulated and presented to you immediately afterwards.

Form Completion - Today's Performance

Today's Top Scores

Top Ten Recent Scores

Pos Score Speed User County State
1 97 4:0 Susan Beauregard Providence RI
2 97 2:52 andrea rod Los Angeles CA
3 97 2:7 kaitlyn Cherokee NC
4 97 -1:59 Susan Beauregard Providence RI
5 97 2:0 Susan Beauregard Providence RI
6 97 -1:59 Mark Smith Wayne IL
7 97 0:41 Kmills717 Haywood TN
8 97 6:3 hjsdhia Haywood TN
9 93 5:38 Amber Thomas Otsego MI
10 93 3:2 Landshark Tallapoosa AL

9% of applicants scored above 90 today

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Manuals & Guidance

Form Completion Basics

Learn the basic structure of forms, what to expect on this section of the Postal Exam 473.

Form Completion Question Types

Learn about the various types of questions presented on the form completion section, and how to approach them.

Form Completion Strategies

Learn about the various strategies for acing the form completion section and ways to enhance your score.

About the Exam

Postal Exam 473

Due to the limited experience requirements for postal service hirees, the USPS administers an online exam to screen potential applicants. This exam, the 473E, tests the postal service applicant on the skill set required to be a postal employee. You must take the exam within 7 days of applying for a position with the postal service, and this score will be used to evaluate your candidacy for any Postal position. A minimum score of 70 out of 100 is required to be considered. You cannot retake the postal exam to improve your score for at least 120 days after the first administration of the exam.