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Expérience the challenges, the rewards and a world of opportunity working for
the leader in oilfield services! Every day in communities and field opérations
around the globe we're collaborating, creating and contributing to our customers,
our shareholders, our employées and our planet.

The total test time is 1 hour. Please beqin by writinq your name below:

Date:
PSL:
Phone Number:

HALLIBURTON

English Test
PART I: Compréhension:

SECTION

A : Read the paragraph carefully a n d a n s w e r the questions that follow:

Sam and Anna studied Petroleum Engineering in the same university. Unlike S a m , Anna pursued a
career in an oilfield service company as a field engineer. S a m has decided that he would like to do
something else with his career and is currently working in an advertising agency. Despite the fact that
Sam and Anna have différent careers, they always help each other in achieving their career goals. On
one hand, S a m helped Anna by giving her créative ideas for hertechnical présentations. On the other
hand, A n n a assisted Sam by explaining the technology related products relevant to the customers he
develops campaigns for.
1.

2.

3.

Sam and Anna:
a.

Are working in the same company.

b.

Have pursued the same career.

c.

Never met each other

d.

Always help each other

What does Anna do for a living?
a.

She studies Petroleum Engineering.

b.

She works in an advertising agency.

c.

She works as a field engineer.

d.

She gives Sam créative ideas.

What do Sam and Anna have in common?
a.

They both studied Petroleum Engineering.

b.

They both have créative ideas.

c.

They both understand technology related products.

d.

They both want to do something else with their career.

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4.

SECTION

, h

The word "helped" on the 5 line of the paragraph means the same as which word
mentioned in the paragraph?
a.

Pursued.

b.

Assisted.

c.

Developed.

d.

There is no word meaning the same in the paragraph.

B: Read the Paragraphs carefully and answer the questions that follow:

The maintenance program consists of the following processes:

PM-1
1.

Basic mechanical, electrical and electronic tool maintenance performed after every job. Tools are
yellow tagged indicating that basic maintenance has been performed. This procédure is posted
online.

2.

This is followed by an operational check in the calibration tank prior to the next job. The tools are
then G r e e n tagged, indicating job readiness. If the tank check is out of limit, a calibration is
performed.

PM-2
3.

Every three months the tools are thoroughly checked by a maintenance engineer. The procédure
outlined in this section is followed to ensure that the various circuit segments are performing
within acceptable limits. This insures that weak components are detected and replaced and
assures that the tool measurement will be within limit.

4.

The P M - 2 procédure is followed by a new calibration regardless of when the tool was last
calibrated.

PM-3
The P M - 3 procédure is performed under the following conditions:

The

5.

when any components that could adversely affect the tool performance at rated température have
been replaced in the tool

6.

when tool failure is suspected to be caused by température changes

7.

when chronic intermittent failures cannot be reproduced

8.

in préparation for a higher than normal température job

P M - 3 program is basically an expanded P M - 2 run at or above the expected operating température.

GO
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5.

In process PM-2, what is the purpose of checking the tools?
a. To verify that that weak components are detected and replaced
b. To insure that it is done every three months
c. To have the maintenance engineer check them
d. To tag the tools with a 'green' color

6.

List the types of tool maintenance performed after every job.
Answer:

7.

.

How many conditions govern the performance of the PM-3 procédure?
a. 4
b. 2
c. 3
d. 5

8.

9.

In process PM-1, when is a calibration performed?
a.

W h e n chronic intermittent failures cannot be reproduced

b.

When the tank check is out of limit

c.

When job is ready

d.

when tool failure is suspected to be caused by température changes

How often is basic mechanical, electrical and electronic tool maintenance performed?
a.

During the job

b.

Aftër every job

c.

When the customer wants

d.

Only when the supervisor asks

HALLIBURTDIM

10. The P M - 3 program is basically an expanded P M - 2 run
a.

at or above the expected operating température

b.

Below or above the expected operating température

c.

At or below the expected operating température

d.

Regardless of the expected operating température

PART II: Vocabulary and Grammar:

Read carefully and choose the answer from the multiple choices:

11. Do you know
a.

when

b.

were

c.

where

d.

what

12. Have you

Jack lives?

the last rumor?

a.

met

b.

heard

c.

put

d.

set

13. Mr. Smith makes furniture out of wood. He works as a/an
a.

artist

b.

carpenter

c.

blacksmith

d.

painter

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14. Sally has a beautiful voice. She
a.

talks

b.

dances

c.

sings

d.

acts

in the opéra choir.

15. Peter always arrives on time. He is
a.

scheduled

b.

punctual

c.

sad

d.

free

16. We have class two days this week. We have class
a.

once

b.

twice

c.

thrice

d.

weekly

17. The car was parked directly
a.

within

b.

between

c.

in front of

d.

in the middle of

the restaurant.

this week.

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18. It is already 4 o'clock. Will you
a.

able

b.

be able

c.

capable

d.

ability

19. I am afraid that this shirt does not
a.

accept

b.

accommodate

c.

suit

d.

appropriate

20. The glass was very hot. He let
a.

go of it

b.

go alone

c.

leave alone

d.

goforit

to catch the bus?

you.

immediately.

G

HALLIBURTON

Technical Test
1. From a building designer's standpoint, three things that make a home livable are the client, the
building site, and the amount of money the client has to spend. According to this statement, to
make a home livable
a)
b)
c)
d)

The prospective pièce of land makes little différence.
It can be built on any pièce of land.
Design must fit the owner's income and site.
The design must fit the owner's income.

2. Twenty-five percent of ail household burglaries can be attributed to unlocked Windows or doors.
Crime is the resuit of opportunity plus désire. To prevent crime, it is each individual's
responsibility to
a)
b)
c)
d)

Provide
Provide
Prevent
Prevent

the
the
the
the

désire.
opportunity.
désire.
opportunity.

Use the diaqram below to answer question 3:

3. As the pendulum bob swings from position A to position B, its a. speed decreases
a)
b)
c)
d)

Potential energy decreases
Mass decreases
Kinetic energy decreases
Kinetic energy remains constant

HALLIBURTON

4. Three pictures of equal weight are hung by wires in three différent orientations. In which orientation
is the tension in the wires the least? Circle the correct answer?

C.

a.

\

5. What is the weight carried by the "carrying bar" in this pulley system (considering that the system
is at equilibrium or stationary)?

Carrying bar

a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)

[Mp*g] + [ML*g]
[Mp*g] + 2[ML*g]
[Mp*g]
[ML*g]
[ML*g] - [Mp*g]
None of the above.

HALLIBURTON

6. Using the momentum theory which of the following cases will transmit ail energy from the bail on
the left to the bail on the right? Observations: The bail on the left is in motion and the bail on the
right is stationary. Both balls are made from material that has the same density.

a. C a s e

#1

b. C a s e # 2

c. C a s e #3

7. Three friends A , B and C have lunch together. A has 8 slices of bread, B has 7 slices of bread and
C has none. AH three of them décide to share the bread that they have equally. C gives a sum of
$3 to be split between A and B for providing him lunch. What is A's share in the $3?
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)

$1.60
$1.50
$2.00
$1.80
None of the above

8. The cost of producing radios in Country Q is ten percent less than the cost of producing radios in
Country Y. Even after transportation fees and tariff charges are added, it is still cheaper for a
company to import radios from Country Q to Country Y than to produce radios in Country Y.
The statements above, if true, best support which of the following assertions?
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)

Labor costs in Country Q are ten percent below those in Country Y.
Importing radios from Country Q to Country Y will eliminate ten percent of the
manufacturing jobs in Country Y.
The tariff on a radio imported from Country Q to Country Y is less than ten percent of the
cost of manufacturing the radio in Country Y .
The fee for transporting a radio from Country Q to Country Y is more than ten percent of
the cost of manufacturing the radio in Country Q.
It takes ten percent less time to manufacture a radio in Country Q than it does in Country
Y.

HALLIBURTON

9. Look at the drawing. The numbers alongside each column and row are the total of the values of the
symbols in each column and row. What should replace the question mark?

6 0Ô
6

30
20
16

?
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)

19

20

30

23
30
28
25
22

10. In the séquence 4, 12, 36, x, 324 ... What is the most likely value of x?
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)

64
108
136
184
276

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PART II:

11 - Linear Equations
a. x = 39/29
b. x = 29/39
e x = 3/14
d. x = 3.14

5 * (-2x+7/3)=3 * (x+2/ 3)

12 - Linear Equations with Parameters

a *{z-5) + 7 = c *(z+2) +4

a z = (c-a)/<3-2c-5a)
b. z = (3-2c-5a)/(c-a)
c z = (5a+2c-3V(a-c)
d None of the above
5
3
1
— + -(x + l ) * 2 x
x + î = 2x

13 - Linear Equations in Fractional Form
a. x = 4/7
b. x =0.314
c. x = 7/4
d. x = None of the above
14 -Two Linear Equations h Two Variables
a. w = 3

z=1

b w= 2

z=2

cw= 2

z=1

d. w= 1

z=3

L,: w + z = 4 ,

L2: 2 w + z = 5

15 - Three Linear Equations in Three Variables
L,: x + 2y + z = 7 ,

L»: 2x + y + 3z = 13,

a. x = 1

y= 2

z=3

b.x=3

y=1

z=2

c. x = 2

y=i

z=3

d None of the above

L : 3x + 3y+2z=16
3

r

GM

i

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PART 11:

11 - Linear Equations
a. x = 39/29
b. x = 29/39
e x = 3/14
d. x = 3.14

5*(-2x+7/3)=3*<x+2/3)

12 - Linear Equations with Parameters

a *{z-5) + 7 = c *(z+2) +4

a z = (c-a)/<3-2c-5a)
b. 2= (3-2c-5ay(c-a)
c z = (6a+2c-3V(a-c)
d. None of the above
13 - Linear Equations in Fractional Form
a. x = 4/7
b. x = 0.314
c. x = 7/4
d. x = None of the above
14 - Two Unear Equations in Two Variables
a w= 3

z=1

b. w = 2

z=2

cw= 2

z=1

d. w= 1

z=3

5

=

3

1

x + 1 2x + (x + l)*2x

L,: w + z = 4 ,

L : 2w + z = 5

15 - Three Unear Equations in Three Variables
L,: x + 2y + z = 7 ,

L : 2x + y + 3z = 1 3 ,
2

a. x = 1

y = 2

z=3

II. x=3

y=i

z=2

c. x = 2

y=1

z=3

d None of the above

U : 3x + 3y + 2z=16

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