24 Hours to the Postal Exam

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Peterson's, 2003 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 386 pages
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With nearly 630 million pieces of mail delivered in the U.S. every day, the United States Post Office always needs qualified employees to get the job done. With this test-prep handbook, applicants can learn the techniques and master the skills to perform well on the 470 postal exam, which is required for clerks, carriers, sorters, handlers, and other positions within the USPS. In just 24 one-hour lessons, USPS hopefuls will get tips, strategies, and hundreds of sample questions that coach test takers on various necessary skills.

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Shannon R. Turlington is the author of a dozen Internet and college-related books including The Unofficial Guide to College Financing, The Unofficial Guide to College Admissions, The Unauthorized Guide to the Internet, Sam's Teach Yourself Netscape Communicator 4.5 in 24 Hours, and the bestseller Walking the World Wide Web. She also writes tutorials on college planning and financial aid for the web site content provider, Learnlots.com.

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