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The Transportation Security Administration Written Exam, often referred to as the TSA Exam, is the test applicants are required to take during their application process as TSA inspector, manager, or Transportation Security Officer. The TSA test evaluates your competency with object recognition, screener awareness, and English language.
The X-Ray test, also known as the Object Recognition Test, is the more difficult of the two sections included in the TSA CBT test. We are here to answer for you some common FAQs. The more you know about the test going in the more confident you will feel on the test day. The most important thing is that you feel confident going into the test.
The X-Ray test is the more difficult of the two assessments, primarily because this is content unique to the position. On the image interpretation test (also called "baggage scanner training" and the Object Recognition Test or ORT), you will be shown images of baggage that have gone through the X-Ray machine. You will be given only a few seconds to review the baggage and identify target objects. The target items will be forbidden items such as; weapons, bottles, shoes, drugs, or electronics. You will need to decide whether to pass, alarm, or hold a bag due to its content. If you pass the baggage, you decided the bag does not contain any harmful items. If you select alarm, you have indicated that the item has a prohibited item and you request police intervention. If you hold an item, you have identified a prohibited item which requires intervention by a TSO officer and further screening such as; physical search or use of Explosive Trace Technology (ETD).
In the TSA X-Ray Test, you will be given X-Ray images of luggage filled with a variety of objects. Usually, you will be provided two practice sessions before you start the actual test. First, you will be required to memorize the shapes of three to six target items in 30 seconds, this will help you identify the required item on the next screen. Then you will be required to identify a target item, as per the instructions given, within a 15 second time period.
In an X-Ray portion of the test, you will see a mix of dangerous and mundane objects embedded in X-Ray images. You will encounter threatening items like guns, knives, bombs, IEDs and so on. You will also encounter images with zero harmful items. It is your job to set an alarm if you find a contraband item in an X-Ray image.
The Object Recognition Test is by far the more challenging portion of the test. Only 30% of test-takers actually pass the test. In rare cases, those who pass the test may be asked to take it again just to make sure you actually passed due to your visual and cognitive skills, rather than sheer luck.
The test is given at a specified testing center. Make sure you arrive 30-45 minutes early to fill out any extra forms. The entire test takes a total of 2.5 hours and each section is given under time constraints. Each question in the Object Recognition Test is given under timed conditions. The English portion of the test is all multiple choice questions.