**Engineering Mechanics Tests**allow you to experience an online examination in the real-time environment. In every online test on Engineering Mechanics, you will be presented with Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) which will test your skills in

**Engineering Mechanics Concepts**in a detailed and comprehensive manner. In the test, each question will have 4 options to choose from. You should select only

**1 correct option**as an answer and then move on to the next question. Once you submit answers to all the questions, you will be given your final test score.

In the

**Online Engineering Mechanics Test**,

**for every correct answer, you will be given 2 points**. There will also be

**negative marking of -1 for every wrong answer**. So, you will have to be more careful in choosing the answers to the question in your online examination. If needed, you should skip to the next question and come back to the previous question later so that you can do proper time management for the online mock tests.

Based on your score, you would be given one of the following Grades:

**Grade A***- Genius (You scored 100%)

**Grade A**- Excellent (Your score is in the range of 80% to 99%)

**Grade B**- Good (Your score is in the range of 60% to 80%)

**Grade C**- Average (Your score is in the range of 40% to 60%)

**Grade D**- Poor (Your score is in the range of 0% to 40%)

There will be 5 types of

**Engineering Mechanics Tests**. The details of each of these tests are as follows:

**"Engineering Mechanics Practice Tests 1-10"**- In Engineering Mechanics practice tests, there will be a series of practice tests wherein you can test your Engineering Mechanics concepts on every chapter separately. There are totally 10 different chapters on this subject and hence there will be 10 different practice tests wherein each practice tests covers one chapter exclusively. There will not be any time limit on these tests. So, Engineering Mechanics Practice Tests should be the first set of tests which you should attempt. Goto these practice tests

**here**.

**"Engineering Mechanics Mock Tests 1-10"**- In Engineering Mechanics mock tests, there will be a series of mock tests wherein you can test your Engineering Mechanics concepts on every chapter separately, but there will be a fixed time limit per mock test. Here also, there are 10 mock tests wherein each mock test covers only one chapter exclusively. So, it is similar to Engineering Mechanics Practice Tests, but with an added constraint of time limits. You should try Engineering Mechanics Mock Tests if you are appearing for any online examination soon. Goto these mock tests

**here**.

**"Engineering Mechanics Certification Test"**- Once you are thorough with your Engineering Mechanics concepts, then you can try our Engineering Mechanics Certification Test wherein your name will be mentioned in Top Rankers list, if you scored either Grade

**A***or Grade

**A**in the Engineering Mechanics Certification Test. The Certification Test is free. Goto Engineering Mechanics Certification test

**here**.

**"Engineering Mechanics Internship Test"**- If you are interested to do Internships in Engineering Mechanics at Sanfoundry, then you must take our Engineering Mechanics Internship Test. If you scored either Grade

**A***or Grade

**A**in Engineering Mechanics Internship Test, then you are eligible for Internship at Sanfoundry in Engineering Mechanics. Goto Engineering Mechanics Internship test

**here**.

**"Engineering Mechanics Job Test"**- If you are a fresher, a dropout, an experienced person and if you know Engineering Mechanics well and looking out for jobs in Engineering Mechanics domain at Sanfoundry (or our Network of Companies), then you should try and qualify our "Engineering Mechanics Job Test". If you scored either Grade

**A***or Grade

**A**in Engineering Mechanics Job Test, then you are eligible for a Job at Sanfoundry (or our Network) in Engineering Mechanics domain. Kindly note that you can repeat this job test after a gap of 30 days from the day of last attempt of the test. Goto Engineering Mechanics Job test

**here**.

For every "Engineering Mechanics Practice Test",

**Total Questions: 20, Total Time: Unlimited.**

For every "Engineering Mechanics Mock Test",

**Total Questions: 20, Total Time: 20 Minutes.**

For "Engineering Mechanics Certification Test",

**Total Questions: 50, Total Time: 1 hour.**

For "Engineering Mechanics Internship Test",

**Total Questions: 50, Total Time: 1 hour.**

For "Engineering Mechanics Job Test",

**Total Questions: 50, Total Time: 1 hour.**

Before you get started on these series of online tests on Engineering Mechanics, you should learn, study and practice our collection of 1000 MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions and Answers) on

**Engineering Mechanics here**. We also prefer that you should practice Engineering Mechanics practice tests and mock tests completely before attempting the certification test.

Here is the list of online practice tests and mock tests on Engineering Mechanics. Each online test focuses on a

**"Specific chapter of Engineering Mechanics"**. So, you should try both practice test and mock test on every chapter to do a self-assessment of your knowledge (along with time-limit constraints) in every area or sub-topic of Engineering Mechanics. Engineering Mechanics Certification test, Internship test, and Job Test are mentioned at the end of this list.

1. **Engineering Mechanics Test 1** – This set of online test on **“Engineering Mechanics”** tests your skills on Addition of a System of Coplanar Forces, Cartesian Vectors – 1, Cartesian Vectors – 2, Dot Product and Cross Product – 1, Dot Product and Cross Product – 2, Three Dimensional Force System, Moment of a Force – 1.

2. **Engineering Mechanics Test 2** – This set of online test on **“Engineering Mechanics”** tests your skills on Moment of a Force – 2, Moment of a Force – 3, Moment of a Force on a Specified Axis, Moment of a Couple, Simplification of a Force and Couple System – 1, Simplification of a Force and Couple System – 2.

3. **Engineering Mechanics Test 3** – This set of online test on **“Engineering Mechanics”** tests your skills on Reduction of a Simple Distributed Loading, Conditions for a Rigid-Body Equilibrium – 1, Conditions for a Rigid-Body Equilibrium – 2, Two and Three Force Members, Equilibrium in Three Dimensions, Constraints and Statical Determinacy, Different Free Body Diagrams.

4. **Engineering Mechanics Test 4** – This set of online test on **“Engineering Mechanics”** tests your skills on Simple Trusses – 1, Simple Trusses – 2, Method of Joints, Zero Force Member, Method of Sections, Frame and Machines.

5. **Engineering Mechanics Test 5** – This set of online test on **“Engineering Mechanics”** tests your skills on Space Trusses, Internal Forces Developed in Structural Members – 1, Internal Forces Developed in Structural Members – 2, Shear and Moment Equations and Diagrams, Relation Between Distributed Load, Shear and Moment, Cables, Bending Moment Diagram.

6. **Engineering Mechanics Test 6** – This set of online test on **“Engineering Mechanics”** tests your skills on Shear Stress Diagram, Cables Subjected to a Distributed Load, Cables Subjected to its Own Weight, Characteristics of Dry Friction – 1, Characteristics of Dry Friction – 2, Characteristics of Dry Friction – 3, Problems Involving Dry Friction.

7. **Engineering Mechanics Test 7** – This set of online test on **“Engineering Mechanics”** tests your skills on Wedges, Frictional Forces on Screws, Frictional Forces on Flat Belts, Frictional Forces on Collar Bearing, Pivot Bearings and Disks, Frictional Forces on Journal Bearings, Rolling Resistance.

8. **Engineering Mechanics Test 8** – This set of online test on **“Engineering Mechanics”** tests your skills on Centre of Gravity, Centre of Mass, Centroid of a Body, Composite Bodies, Theorem of Pappus and Guldinus, Resultant of a General Distributed Loading, Fluid Pressure, Moment of Inertia for Areas.

9. **Engineering Mechanics Test 9** – This set of online test on **“Engineering Mechanics”** tests your skills on Moment of Inertia for Composite Areas, Product of Inertia for an Area, Moments of Inertia for an Area About Inclined Axis – 1, Moments of Inertia for an Area About Inclined Axis – 2, Mohr's Circle for Moments of Inertia, Mass Moment of Inertia.

10. **Engineering Mechanics Test 10** – This set of online test on **“Engineering Mechanics”** tests your skills on Radius of Gyration of an Area, Work – 1, Work – 2, Conservative Forces, Potential Energy, Potential Energy Criterion for Equilibrium, Stability of Equilibrium Configurations.

**Engineering Mechanics Certification Test**- This set of online free certification test on

**"Engineering Mechanics"**tests your skills on all areas (all chapters, topics and subtopics) of Engineering Mechanics. Kindly note that the Certification Test is free for everyone. If you have scored either

**A* Grade (Genius)**or

**A Grade (Excellent)**in these tests, then you are eligible for a

**"Certificate of Merit"**. For the certification test, there is a pre-requisite that a student must score at least B grade in the "Qualifier Test" for that subject. Only those students who have scored at least B grade in the "Qualifier Test" would be eligible to take part in the online "Certification Test". So, you should take the "Qualifier Test" first.

Sanfoundry will issue a Certificate of Merit to Top 5 Rankers for a given month provided that they have scored either A* or A Grade in the Contest. If you are interested, then kindly register below. After registration, you can take the test anytime (24x7).

**Engineering Mechanics Internship Test**- If you scored either Grade

**A***or Grade

**A**in our Engineering Mechanics Internship Test, then you can apply for Internship at Sanfoundry in Engineering Mechanics.

**Engineering Mechanics Job Test**- If you scored either Grade

**A***or Grade

**A**in our Engineering Mechanics Job Test, then you can apply for Jobs at Sanfoundry in Engineering Mechanics domain. For the job test, there is a pre-requisite that a candidate must score at least B grade in the "Qualifier Test". So, you should take the "Qualifier Test" first.

**Best Wishes for your Engineering Mechanics Tests!**