Illinois Drinking Water Operator Exam Unofficial Self Practice Exercise Questions
covering Fundamental Water Treatment Knowledge Topics compatible with Class A, B and C exams
Drinking water systems must be properly operated and maintained by certified Drinking Water Operators who are technically competent. In Illinois, the Class A, B, and C exams have topics that focus on the water treatment processes. The questions provided in this product focus on the Water Treatment Processes of Rapid Mixing, Coagulation and Flocculation, Water Fluoridation, Sedimentation, Filtration, and Disinfection. These are the knowledge compatible with all these exam classes.
We create these self-practice water treatment test questions referencing the principles and concepts currently valid in the exams. Each question comes with an answer and a short explanation which aids you in seeking further study information. For purpose of exam readiness drilling, this product includes questions that have varying numbers of choices. Some have 2 while some have 5 or 6. We want to make sure these questions are tough enough to really test your readiness and draw your focus to the weak areas. You should use this product together with other study resources for the best possible exam prep coverage.