CSCS Mock Test

CSCS Mock Test


You have 45 minutes to answer 50 multiple choice CSCS Mock Test questions for Operatives and Specialists. You need to answer at least 45 out of 50 questions correctly to pass. If you found this test helpful, let us know by leaving a comment.

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What is CSCS?

The acronym CSCS refers to the Construction Skills Certification Scheme. It is a British organisation responsible for providing construction workers with CSCS Cards. A CSCS card is a requirement for individuals working on construction sites within the United Kingdom. It ensures workers are appropriately qualified from a health and safety perspective before going on site.

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What is the CSCS Test?

In order to obtain a CSCS card, candidates must pass the CSCS Test, also known as the CITB Health, Safety and Environment Test (HS&E test). This test is administered by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB), an organisation which is the contracted by the CSCS to handle assessments, card applications and enquiries from potential candidates. Each year, the CITB handles hundreds of thousands of CSCS card applications on behalf of the CSCS.

Which test should I take?

Depending on your role on site, the type of CSCS card you will be applying for will differ. As a result, the CSCS revision that you do and the type of test that you take will also be different. There are a number of different cards available including the red card and blue card. See our comprehensive guide about all of the different available cards.

The most frequently taken test is the CITB Health, Safety and Environment Test for Operatives. This is the exam that needs to be passed by a labourer or bricklayer, for example. The CSCS mock test above contains questions specifically for operatives.

Individuals applying for managerial roles on site must sit the Health and Safety Test for Managers. Quantity surveyors and architects, for example, should take this test. Click here to take a free CSCS practice test for managers and professionals.

If you don’t know which card to apply for and which test to sit, please refer to our in-depth guide about CSCS card types.

How do I revise for the test?

The CSCS Test consists of 50 knowledge-based questions from four key sections including the working environment, occupational health, safety and high risk activities. Each of these key sections contain a number of subsections. You will need to revise the following topics:

Section A: Working environmentSection B: Occupational healthSection C: SafetySection D: High risk activities
General responsibilitiesDust and fumes (Respiratory hazards)Safety signsSite transport safety and lifting operations
Accident reporting and recordingNoise and vibrationFire prevention and controlWorking at height
First aid and emergency proceduresHealth and welfareElectrical safety, tools and equipmentExcavations and confined spaces
Personal protective equipmentManual handlingHazardous substances
Environmental awareness and waste control

For those taking the CITB Health, Safety and Environment test for Managers and Professionals, there are three additional subsections, namely CDM (Construction Design and Management Regulations), Demolition and Highway Works.

In order to revise effectively for you test, consider signing up for an account. Our CSCS revision material covers all of the aforementioned topics and our question bank contains all of the questions you’ll come across in your real test.

If you’re preparing for a specialist test, you will also need to do revision for the appropriate specialist activity. For instance, if you’re a potential worker in demolition or tunelling, your test will contain additional questions about these activities. There are 12 specialist activities including:

  • Demolition
  • Ductwork
  • Heating and Plumbing Services
  • Highway Works
  • Lifts and Escalators
  • Pipefitting and Welding
  • Plumbing (JIB)
  • Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  • Services and Facilities Maintenance
  • Specialist Working at Height
  • Supervisory
  • Tunnelling

How many questions are there in the CSCS Test?

The test consists of 50 questions. These will be selected randomly from a database of hundreds of official CITB questions from the key areas mentioned above. Like the real exam, the CSCS mock test above and all of the practice tests that we provide as part of our revision material consist of 50 questions.

What is the duration of the test?

The CSCS test is a timed assessment. You will have 45 minutes to complete the test. A countdown timer in the corner of your screen will indicate how much time you have left. You should have ample time to answer each question and double check them before finishing. It is important that you take your time and read each question carefully. If you spend an equal amount of time on each question, you will have just under a minute to answer each question.

Like the official test, the CSCS mock test above is also timed and you will have exactly 45 minutes to complete it. Our software also features a pause option allowing you to stop the timer if you need extra time to think about questions and answers. Please note that you won’t have this option in your real test.

What is the pass mark?

The pass mark for operatives and specialists is 45/50 (90%). The pass mark for managers and professionals is 46/50 (92%).

Can I take books or notes in with me when I sit the test?

No, the CITB health, safety and environment test isn’t an open book exam so you’re not allowed to take any material in with you that may give you an unfair advantage. You must leave all of your belongings in the lockers provided prior to entering the examination area.

What types of questions are there?

You will come across six different types of questions in your test. These are:

  • Multiple choice
  • Multiple choice with images
  • Drag and drop text
  • Drag and drop images
  • Hot spot
  • Hot area

The vast majority of the questions will be in the form of multiple choice questions.

Is audio support available for questions and answers?

Yes, there is an option to book with English and Welsh voiceover if required. There is also the option of voice-assistance in a number of European languages.

Our CSCS mock test premium material offers voiceover support in English.

How do I check my CITB mock test results?

You can check the answers to your questions as you progress through the test. The CSCS mock test interface that we have built features a Check Answer button, allowing you to check if an answer you select is correct after answering. If you prefer you can wait until the end of the test to which questions you answered correctly and incorrectly. You will also be able to view how well you did in each category.

If you sign up for a premium account, you will be able to view the results of all the tests you have taken and track your progress.

What are some tips to pass the test?

  • Make sure you get enough practice in and do plenty of revision in the weeks leading up to the test. Our practice and revision material has everything you need to pass the exam with flying colours.
  • Before you start the test, you will be given some time to get a feel of the computer software and user interface. Spend this time wisely and ask a member of staff if you’re unsure about anything.
  • After starting the test, ensure you read the carefully and understand what it is asking. Read the question more than once.
  • Ensure you choose an answer for each question. If you’re not sure about an answer, take an educated guess and choose an option that you feel may be correct. Don’t leave any unanswered questions.
  • Make efficient use of your time. Remember you have 45 minutes to complete 50 questions. It is wise to spend an equal amount of time on each question. If you spend 45 seconds or less on each question, you will still have time at the end of your test to go through your answers and double check them.
  • Don’t waste too much time on a question you’re struggling with. If you’re finding a question difficult, leave it and come back to it at a later stage.

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CSCS Mock Test Questions (Printer-Friendly)

List of questions in above test (quick view). Click question box to reveal correct answer.
1. Which of these is not your legal duty as a worker? Give one answer
A Not to interfere with anything provided for health and safety
B To look after the health and safety of anyone else who might be affected by your work
C To look after your own health and safety
D To write your own risk assessments
Correct Answer: D
2. What does a risk assessment identify? Give one answer
A How to report accidents
B The hazards and safe way of doing the job
C The site working hours
D Where the first-aid box is kept
Correct Answer: B
3. What does the word hazard mean? Give one answer
A A type of barrier or machine guard
B Anything at work that could harm you
C The likelihood that something might happen
D The site accident rate
Correct Answer: B
4. What is the main objective of carrying out an accident investigation? Give one answer
A To find out the causes in order to prevent it happening again
B To find out the cost of any damage that occurred
C To find out who is at fault
D To record what injuries were sustained
Correct Answer: A
5. What should you do if you have witnessed a serious accident on your site? Give one answer
A Ask your workmates what they think you should do
B Say nothing in case you get someone into trouble
C Telephone the local hospital
D Tell your supervisor that you saw what happened
Correct Answer: D
6. If someone burns their hand, what is the best thing you can do? Give one answer
A Put the hand into cold water or under a cold running tap
B Rub barrier cream or Vaseline into the burn
C Tell them to carry on working to exercise the hand
D Wrap your handkerchief around the burn
Correct Answer: A
7. When should you apply skin barrier cream? Give one answer
A As part of first-aid treatment
B Before you start work
C When you can't find your gloves
D When you finish work
Correct Answer: B
8. You need to use a grinder, cut-off saw, cartridge tool or nail gun. What type of eye protection will you need? Give one answer
A Impact-resistant goggles or full face shield
B Light eye protection (safety glasses)
C Reading glasses or sunglasses
D Welding goggles
Correct Answer: A
9. What will safety footwear with a protective mid-sole protect you from? Give one answer
A Getting blisters in warm, wet conditions
B Nails or sharp objects puncturing the sole of your foot if you stand on them
C Spillages which may burn the sole of your foot
D Twisting your ankle
Correct Answer: B
10. How should you wear your safety helmet to get maximum protection from it? Give one answer
A
B
C
D
Correct Answer: D
11. Do you have to pay for any personal protective equipment (PPE) you need? Give one answer
A No, your employer must pay for it
B Only if you need to replace lost or damaged PPE
C Yes, but you only have to pay half the cost
D Yes, you must pay for all of it
Correct Answer: A
12. Which of these statements about personal protective equipment (PPE) is not true? Give one answer
A You must pay for any damage or loss
B You must report any damage or loss to your supervisor
C You must store it correctly when you are not using it
D You must use it as instructed
Correct Answer: A
13. If you use a power tool to cut or grind materials, why must the dust be collected and not allowed to get into the air? Give one answer
A Most dust can be harmful if breathed in
B The tool will go faster if the dust is collected
C To save time and avoid having to clear up the mess
D You do not need a machine guard if the dust is collected
Correct Answer: A
14. What can cause occupational asthma? Give one answer
A Breathing in hazardous dust, fumes or vapours
B Exposure to loud noise
C Exposure to rat urine
D Skin contact with any hazardous substance
Correct Answer: A
15. What should you do if you find pigeon droppings and nests in an area where you are required to work? Give one answer
A Carry on with your work carefully, so you don't disturb them
B Stop work and seek advice
C Try to catch the pigeons
D Wait for the pigeons to fly away before carrying on with your work
Correct Answer: B
16. You have been using a vibrating tool. The ends of your fingers are starting to tingle. What does this mean? Give one answer
A You can carry on using the tool but you must hold it tighter
B You can carry on using the tool but you must loosen your grip
C You must not use this tool, or any other vibrating tool ever again
D You need to report your symptoms before they cause a problem
Correct Answer: D
17. If you need to use a vibrating tool, even for a short time, how can you help reduce the risk of hand-arm vibration? Give one answer
A Do not grip the tool too tightly
B Hold the tool away from you, at arm's length
C Hold the tool more tightly
D Use more force
Correct Answer: A
18. If you have to use a vibrating tool, how can you help reduce the effects of hand-arm vibration? Give one answer
A Do the work in one long burst
B Do the work in short spells
C Hold the tool tightly
D Only use one hand at a time on the tool
Correct Answer: B
19. How can asbestos be correctly identified? Give one answer
A By getting a sample analysed in a lab
B By putting a piece in water and seeing if it dissolves
C By the colour of the dust
D The dust gives off a strong smell
Correct Answer: A
20. You need to use a hazardous substance. Who should explain the health risks and safe method of work you need to follow (the COSHH assessment) before you start? Give one answer
A An Health and Safety Executive (HSE) inspector
B The site first aider
C The site security people
D Your supervisor or employer
Correct Answer: D
21. Which of the following is a manual handling task? Give one answer
A Activities involving pushing, pulling, lowering and lifting
B Climbing ladders or stairs
C Getting in and out of a vehicle used at work
D Lifting materials with a crane
Correct Answer: A
22. What should you do if you have to carry a load down a steep slope? Give one answer
A Assess whether you can still carry the load safely
B Carry the load on your shoulder
C Put the load down and let gravity move it down the slope
D Walk backwards down the slope to help you balance
Correct Answer: A
23. Your job requires you to move the same sized load several times a minute from one place to another. Could this be a problem? Give one answer
A No, it won't need a risk assessment if the load is light
B Not if the load is below the recommended weight for lifting
C Only if, as work progresses, the load cannot be moved as often as required
D Yes, as repetition introduces additional strain to the body
Correct Answer: D
24. Which of the following is the best method to help minimise the risk of injury when manual handling? Give one answer
A Asking a trained person to carry the load
B Making the area of site flatter before performing the task
C Not having any heavy objects on site
D Safely using lifting aids
Correct Answer: D
25. What does this sign mean? Give one answer
A Dispose of damaged safety helmets here
B Only white safety helmets allowed in this area
C Remove safety helmets in this area
D Safety helmets must be worn
Correct Answer: D
26. What are green and white signs? Give one answer
A Mandatory signs - meaning you must do something
B Prohibition signs - meaning you must not do something
C Safe condition signs - giving you information
D Warning signs - alerting you to hazards or danger
Correct Answer: C
27. What does this sign mean? Give one answer
A Accident and emergency department
B Emergency assembly point
C Fire point
D First aid
Correct Answer: D
28. What are two common fire risks on construction sites? Give two answers
A 110 volt extension reels
B 230 volt power tools
C Poor housekeeping and build up of waste
D Timber racks
E Uncontrolled hot works
Correct Answer: C, E
29. What is the fire assembly point? Give one answer
A Where fire engines must go when they arrive on site
B Where people must go when the fire alarm sounds
C Where the fire extinguishers are kept
D Where the fire started
Correct Answer: B
30. If you discover a fire, what is the first thing you should do? Give one answer
A Finish what you are doing, if it is safe to do so
B Put your tools away
C Raise the alarm
D Try to put out the fire
Correct Answer: C
31. What must you check if you need to work in a corridor that is a fire escape route? Give one answer
A That all doors into the corridor are locked
B That you only use spark-proof tools
C That you remove all fire escape signs before you start
D That your tools and equipment do not block the route
Correct Answer: D
32. What does a hot work permit allow you to do? Give one answer
A Carry out work that could start a fire
B Carry out work that needs warm, protective clothing
C Light a bonfire
D Work in hot weather
Correct Answer: A
33. What does a hot work permit not tell you? Give one answer
A How you must prevent sparks or heat travelling
B What fire extinguisher or fire watch you need
C When you can start and when you must stop the hot work
D Where the local fire station is located
Correct Answer: D
34. What is the main danger of using a chisel or bolster with a mushroomed head? Give one answer
A It will shatter and send fragments flying into the air
B The chisel will have a sharp, bagged edge that can cut your hand
C The shaft of the chisel will bend, putting a strain on your wrist
D You are more likely to hit your hand with the chisel head
Correct Answer: A
35. What criteria must you meet to operate a power tool? Give one answer
A You must be over 16 years old
B You must be trained and competent
C You must have a gold CSCS card
D You must only operate it when your supervisor is present
Correct Answer: B
36. You need to use an air-powered tool. What three hazards are likely to affect you? Give three answers
A Airborne dust and flying fragments
B Electric shock
C Hand-arm vibration
D Leaking hoses
E Radiation
Correct Answer: A, C, D
37. Why should you never store batteries loose in your tool bag? Give one answer
A If the terminals short out, they could cause a fire
B They give off a poisonous gas in a confined space
C You might forget to charge them
D Your tool bag will be heavy and damage your back
Correct Answer: A
38. Why should you try to use battery-powered tools rather than electrical ones? Give one answer
A They are cheaper to run
B They do not need to be tested or serviced
C They will not give you an electric shock
D They will not give you hand-arm vibration
Correct Answer: C
39. What is the recommended safe voltage for electrical equipment on building sites? Give one answer
A 110 volts
B 12 volts
C 230 volts
D 24 volts
Correct Answer: A
40. How do you check if a RCD (residual current device) connected to a power tool is working? Give one answer
A Press the test button on the RCD
B Run the tool at top speed to see if it cuts out
C Switch the tool on and off
D Use a hand-held RCD test meter
Correct Answer: A
41. When can you use a ladder at work? Give one answer
A If it is long enough
B If other people do not need to use it for access
C If you are doing light work for a short time
D You must never use a ladder on site
Correct Answer: C
42. How do you identify the safe load rating for a scaffold platform? Give one answer
A Ask the site manager
B Ask the telehandler driver
C Refer to the handover certificate or signage
D The safe load is breached when the ledgers start to deflect
Correct Answer: C
43. What should you do if you see the side supports move when you are working in an excavation? Give one answer
A Do nothing as the sides move all the time
B Keep watching to see if they move again
C Make sure that you and others get out quickly
D Work in another part of the excavation
Correct Answer: C
44. What should you do if you are in a confined space when the gas alarm sounds? Give one answer
A Carry on working but do not use electrical tools
B Carry on working but take plenty of breaks in the fresh air
C Get out of the confined space immediately
D Switch off the alarm
Correct Answer: C
45. When digging you find a run of coloured marker tape. What does it mean? Give one answer
A The excavation now needs side supports
B The soil is contaminated and you must wear respiratory protective equipment (RPE)
C There are buried human remains and you must tell your supervisor
D There is a buried service and further excavation must be carried out with care
Correct Answer: D
46. Do you have any responsibility for minimising the amount of waste created? Give one answer
A No, it is the responsibility of site management
B Only during the site clean up at the end of the project
C Only if you are told to do so during your site induction
D Yes, everyone on site has a responsibility to do this
Correct Answer: D
47. Which of the following activities is not good practice on site? Give one answer
A Burning waste
B Refuelling carefully to avoid spills
C Storing materials safely
D Switching off plant and equipment when it is not in use
Correct Answer: A
48. Which two of the following should be classed as hazardous waste? Give two answers
A Broken ceramic tiles or bricks
B Fluorescent light tubes
C Glass
D Polythene and shrink wrap
E Used spill kit pads containing oil
Correct Answer: B, E
49. When a product has either of these labels, how should you dispose of the container or any residue? Give one answer
A Follow specific instructions on the label or in work instructions
B If it is a liquid and less than one litre you can pour it down a drain
C Leave it somewhere for other people to deal with
D Put it in any skip or bin
Correct Answer: A
50. What should you do if there is an oil or diesel spill on site? Give one answer
A Call the Department for the Environment immediately, so they can arrange to have it cleaned up
B Ignore it, oil or diesel spills do not have serious long-term effects
C Stop work, contain the spill, notify your supervisor and then clean up the spill
D Use a spill kit to clean it up before the end of the day
Correct Answer: C

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102 Comments

  • Anthony October 11, 2020 @ 3:14 pm

    Quite easy for me, 47 questions out of fifty, without any previous learning. Common sense work fine.

  • Bogdan Korchinsky October 1, 2020 @ 8:48 pm

    My comment is the hundredth! A good selection of questions. I am glad that I can handle it. Safety is never too much!!!

  • Susan Robinson September 25, 2020 @ 8:19 am

    Thought it might pose me problems but has given me confidence.

  • Mike Guest September 23, 2020 @ 6:55 pm

    Very useful easy format to follow

  • Roger Pullen September 23, 2020 @ 3:59 pm

    Looking to work back in the industry after several years away and considering what up to date certification I will need to work on site.
    Passed all questions without revising due to previous experience.

  • Steven armstrong September 20, 2020 @ 7:10 am

    Very very helpful I could see how I was doing as I went along

  • Royston Rigby September 19, 2020 @ 6:33 am

    exactly what you need to help with the revision for your upcoming test. Thank you

  • Taffyr32 September 17, 2020 @ 12:03 pm

    Passed on first attempt before reading all the notes, passed work knowledge covered the questions, but good to refresh reading all the notes.
    As other comments read the questions

  • Nicholas Hyde September 16, 2020 @ 9:25 am

    First attempt was fine, the years I have spent in Factory, Office and Client areas has proved worthwhile

  • Thomas Joseph Lundy September 15, 2020 @ 8:20 pm

    Hi I did fairly good

  • Clive Dunn September 9, 2020 @ 9:29 am

    In am pleased with 49 I have been doing mock tests for 3 days, so repetitive testing is working for me. Read the wording of the questions carefully.

  • Ivor Dowel September 8, 2020 @ 12:48 pm

    Great test .. just the heads you need before going into the real thing
    Taking your time to read the questions through & repeat some are tricky if you don’t read again

  • Diego September 8, 2020 @ 11:42 am

    Excellent way to practice for the test. Thank you.

  • Paul Rose September 6, 2020 @ 11:37 pm

    Good practical test I scored 49/ 50 I need to read questions carefully as I often rush and mis read the questions I’ve got a question does anyone know what site covers behavioral case studies that are a part of CSCS examination ? Need specific web site

    • Jasinta September 12, 2020 @ 5:14 am

      It was tough

  • Paul John Toppin September 6, 2020 @ 7:26 pm

    That was not what expected I’m sure I’ll be alright in the test for The Construction Skills certificate scheme.

  • Raul September 4, 2020 @ 12:10 pm

    I’m surprised I could answer the majority of the questions at my first attempt.

  • Amanda Morton September 3, 2020 @ 4:29 pm

    This test has given me more confidence

  • Hafid September 3, 2020 @ 2:14 am

    Good selection but not enough for managers and professionals.

  • James Riddoch September 3, 2020 @ 12:45 am

    A good test course for new hires.

  • Clive Dunn August 30, 2020 @ 6:42 am

    I am pleased with my first result with no revising

  • Angela Scotcher August 28, 2020 @ 7:32 am

    Did not anticipate some of the questions, very useful.

  • Paul Snoxell August 26, 2020 @ 9:08 pm

    A very instructive test

  • Michael Spence August 24, 2020 @ 2:20 pm

    I found this very helpful and informing as there were a few questions that I was unsure of the answer and great way to prepare for the test.

  • Roy Andrew Webber August 24, 2020 @ 1:51 pm

    Very good way to see what is required for the test

  • William Gilmour August 22, 2020 @ 6:01 pm

    Not to bad for my first time mock test but I know there can be some more difficult questions.

  • michael titheridge August 21, 2020 @ 11:22 am

    still got it 50 out 50

  • John H August 20, 2020 @ 11:05 am

    Well worth doing – read fast but read carefully !

  • TIM LENG August 18, 2020 @ 5:23 pm

    BRILLIANT always revise even if you think you know,

  • rachel guest August 18, 2020 @ 5:00 pm

    Thankyou for the mock test i am practising answering the questions as i have just joined a course where i am trying to get my cscs card and i was told about this from our teacher Mr Paul Selby

  • Paul Liddington August 18, 2020 @ 8:20 am

    Good Test to see what I need to revise up on Thanks

  • Kenny August 17, 2020 @ 9:07 pm

    Enjoyed the questions, fun and enjoyable.

  • Pete W August 16, 2020 @ 5:22 pm

    Excellent, it’s always good to keep up to date.

  • Pavlo Borsh August 12, 2020 @ 8:44 pm

    useful for your own development

  • John Dalton-Stirling August 12, 2020 @ 4:56 pm

    Great way to refresh your knowledge, and to check you still remember the correct procedures to follow when on site.

  • N/A August 11, 2020 @ 11:00 am

    Best way to prepare for a test

  • Mark Patrick Grazier August 9, 2020 @ 6:16 pm

    Great way to test your knowledge, always be prepared.

  • Anthony pilgrim August 9, 2020 @ 6:35 am

    Great test to revisit your current knowledge. Never hurts to test, stops complacency

  • Waheed August 6, 2020 @ 12:57 pm

    Hi there I enjoyed the mock test.if you don’t mind can you send me the mock for
    Health and welfare
    Working at height
    Excavations and confined spaces
    Accidents reporting and recording
    Fist aid and emergency
    Hazardous substance

  • Donald Goldson August 5, 2020 @ 1:57 pm

    this is my first time and I am very happy about my progress.

  • Donald Goldson August 3, 2020 @ 3:36 pm

    Excellent mock test.

    • Donald Goldson August 5, 2020 @ 1:31 pm

      MYFIRST TIME WAS VERY INTERESTING

  • Matthew Holmes July 30, 2020 @ 12:16 pm

    first class test revision, very helpful

  • Micaut Sooklall July 29, 2020 @ 10:51 pm

    Very clear and easy to follow
    Thank you

  • David Daubney July 29, 2020 @ 2:32 pm

    It was clear and helpful to understand

  • BBN July 29, 2020 @ 2:13 pm

    Great test most of which is common sense.

  • Linda Douglas July 23, 2020 @ 2:34 pm

    Interesting mock test which requires common sense.

  • Mohamad Ali July 23, 2020 @ 8:13 am

    It was clear and helpful

  • gerard keenan July 22, 2020 @ 5:38 pm

    Thank you very much, covered most of the questions we need to know thank you

  • Stevie July 22, 2020 @ 11:25 am

    Good mock test

  • John Leitao July 22, 2020 @ 10:23 am

    Good test, ready to get the CSCS Card

  • dpaterson July 19, 2020 @ 11:37 am

    Good mock test

  • Enzo July 19, 2020 @ 8:57 am

    Good test, very useful and excellent training opportunity, many thanks.

  • Andrew Minns July 18, 2020 @ 6:58 am

    Good test. Been out of building trade for years.

  • Tabish July 17, 2020 @ 1:05 pm

    Hi. This is fantastic to get ready for CSCS Card. Many, many thanks.

  • Richard July 16, 2020 @ 8:37 am

    Excellent practice tool for people who need to complete the real test at extremely short notice 👍

  • T smith July 15, 2020 @ 7:16 am

    Most questions are common sense.

  • Emma forster July 13, 2020 @ 12:50 pm

    Good test. Thinking of retraining. I am a chef and most of its common sense.

  • Nigel Hales July 8, 2020 @ 2:24 pm

    Excellent training opportunity

  • Pete Hunt July 6, 2020 @ 12:47 am

    Great for practice just done 50 correct, most of these are common sense though, then again i am an IOSH

  • GARY MINHAM July 5, 2020 @ 7:30 am

    Hi i am currently going for my cscs card to help me get back into work as ive just been made redundant, i have found the mock exam good i will be doing a few more, to help me pass it .

    THANKS

  • Maurice Lutchman July 4, 2020 @ 10:26 am

    Question 28 answered correctly, but came out as incorrect? Great test practice, found it useful for retraining

    • Ian - Admin July 4, 2020 @ 12:16 pm

      Hi Maurice. Thanks for the feedback. For question 28 you need to select two answers. You may have selected just one answer which is why it may have been marked as incorrect.

  • Ronan Merrick July 3, 2020 @ 9:34 am

    Very useful but also hard at the same time, there are questions I got stuck on but that’s what practice is all about.

  • ROGER ATTWELL July 2, 2020 @ 10:27 am

    yes very good, I get stuck on fire extinguishers, signage and plant. if you could add relevant questions that could help

  • Jeff June 29, 2020 @ 12:27 pm

    Very helpful and makes practice easy, having to know the right answer immediately if one gets the answer wrong

  • ALAN Ratcliffe June 29, 2020 @ 6:57 am

    I like the plain and simple layout
    very rare these days
    very helpful thank you

  • Paul portasman June 27, 2020 @ 11:38 am

    Not been on site for 20 years very helpful

  • miladin June 27, 2020 @ 9:06 am

    Very helpful and informative after going through the questions and answers. Will recommend to anyone in the trade.

  • Gerard keenan June 25, 2020 @ 9:25 pm

    Thank you very much i learned a lot from the test thanks again

  • Linda Abery June 25, 2020 @ 7:12 pm

    Not bad for a 60 year old lady that works as a cleaner

  • Chris Sadler June 24, 2020 @ 8:58 am

    Very useful for year11 school students before they start extended work placements or work experience in the construction industry.

  • Phillip Aderinola June 23, 2020 @ 9:20 pm

    This CSCS mock test is very helpful and has useful information for working on the building site.

  • mark draper June 22, 2020 @ 12:01 pm

    Good test recommended to do as I haven’t work on site for a few years

  • Sheila Kettyle June 21, 2020 @ 6:01 pm

    Excellent, but still needs more practice.

  • Ian Brocklehurst June 20, 2020 @ 7:59 pm

    Very good. Gives a good insight to the test

  • Eric Quagraine June 20, 2020 @ 8:24 am

    Very helpful and informative after going through the questions and answers. Will recommend to anyone in the trade.

  • Eric Quagraine June 19, 2020 @ 5:36 am

    A bit tricky but found it easier than I thought.

  • Anthony worton June 18, 2020 @ 2:04 pm

    I found the mock test really helpful I struggled to read and write but having test in front of you helps and builds your confidence

  • Eric Quagraine June 18, 2020 @ 1:25 pm

    Mock exams completed. It was good and easier than I expected.

  • Michael cert June 17, 2020 @ 2:09 pm

    Very useful, been out the game for a bit so much needed revision thanks.

  • Stuart Moir June 15, 2020 @ 2:29 pm

    Very useful tool for safe working practice on a building site

  • Eddie Duffy June 15, 2020 @ 6:25 am

    Very helpful doing the mock test thanks

  • Jason Butler June 14, 2020 @ 10:51 pm

    Good practice for me helps me to get my cscs card

  • Alain Mbami June 14, 2020 @ 9:59 am

    Found this mock very good

  • Tc leech June 11, 2020 @ 11:30 am

    Great practice

  • Graham shaw June 11, 2020 @ 7:09 am

    Found this mock test very useful

  • Mandy June 10, 2020 @ 3:32 pm

    48/50 Surprised myself! Excellent content, much appreciated.

  • trevor goodwin June 9, 2020 @ 9:49 am

    I got 50 out of 50

  • Roger Bannister June 8, 2020 @ 5:42 pm

    Very good facility

  • ALEX Kelly June 5, 2020 @ 11:44 pm

    My daughter and I (mum) Passed on Friday 5th couldn’t have done it without practicing thanks

    • Singh June 15, 2020 @ 9:44 am

      Hi, how many questions are in this mock test?

      • Ian - Admin June 15, 2020 @ 8:28 pm

        Hi Singh, there are 50 questions in this test. You need 45 to pass. Thanks!

      • gary July 6, 2020 @ 6:44 am

        Hi there are 50 multiple questions and a pass mark of 45 good luck.

  • Alex June 5, 2020 @ 4:53 pm

    Very helpful doing the mock test

  • David Flett June 4, 2020 @ 2:49 pm

    Excellent, good practice. Much appreciated.

  • Pieri June 3, 2020 @ 9:04 am

    Good practice makes us better

  • keith sewell June 2, 2020 @ 5:48 pm

    very helpful

  • Mr kuldip singh May 29, 2020 @ 8:56 am

    Very good practice

  • Paul May 28, 2020 @ 2:19 pm

    Great for practicing

  • Mickey May 28, 2020 @ 2:57 am

    I got 48/50. Thanks very much!