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If the Coast Guard protocol is ever used to thoroughly test prop guards with different boats and engines, we may have a better idea of what, if any, protection they provide. In the meantime, everyone who was interviewed for this article said that the best way to prevent propeller accidents is to follow a few basic safety rules:

  • Make sure everyone is seated safely inside the boat.
  • Never allow passengers to ride on the bow, gunwales, or transom.
  • Slow down in heavy seas or when you encounter a large wake.
  • Avoid letting people aboard drink heavily.
  • Wear your engine cutoff switch lanyard when the boat is underway.
  • When launching or ungrounding a boat, keep people in the water away from the stern and prop.
  • Never put the engine in reverse and back toward a skier (or anyone else) in the water.
  • Don't use an outboard or I/O's lower unit for boarding, even when the engine is off.
  • Shut the engine off when you're near anyone in the water.

The Word Knowledge section of the test gauges your ability to recognize the meaning of words both individually and when used in a sentence. A question may be phrased as, “‘Antagonize’ most nearly means: embarrass, struggle, provoke, or worship.” Because there are so many words in the English language, you may find it difficult to study the specific words on the test. However, striving to improve your language and vocabulary usage with a practice test like this one can help you not only in preparing for the ASVAB test but also in your career and personal life. The CAT-ASVAB test has 16 questions in 8 minutes, while the paper-and-pencil version has 35 questions in 11 minutes.

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