Office & Professional Skills Testing


We cover many forms of skills testing for office and professional roles. Some of these are listed below.

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Advanced Spelling -The Advanced Spelling test measures the test taker's ability to spell correctly. The test taker is asked to identify whether a word is spelled correctly and, if this is not the case, requested to correct those words. This test is designed for clerical workers and administrative assistants whose position requires the ability to spell accurately.  

Algebra -This Algebra test is appropriate for test takers that have a strong understanding algebra with an emphasis on simplifying and solving equations. The test topics include basic algebra principles, linear equations, systems of equations and inequalities, exponents, monomials, polynomials, relations and quadratic equations, and rational expressions. Administrators may want to provide or advise test takers to have a calculator, a pencil, and paper.  

Analytical Skills -The Analytical Skills test focuses on evaluating the cognitive skills that are traditionally considered analytical. Such skills include determining the next in a sequence, identifying differences, drawing comparisons, visualizing written cues, as well as delineating between linear relations.  

Arithmetic -This Arithmetic test assesses the test taker's ability to manage simple mathematical calculations and equations. The topics covered include addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. This test is appropriate to administer to applicants that will be required to conduct simple mathematical calculations on the job. Paper and pencil may be considered appropriate to provide test takers while administering the test.  

Audio Typing [5 Minutes] -The Audio Typing assessments measure the speed and accuracy of a user's typing in conjunction with a passage delivered audibly. The test presents an audio passage to the user in which he/she must type as accurately and quickly as he/she can. Verbal Instruction is provided for punctuation. This test should be given to anyone whose typing speed in response to verbal communication needs to be measured. A score of 0 on the Raw Words per Minute, Mistakes, and Adjusted Words per Minute indicates that the test taker did not follow the passage closely enough for an accurate score to be determined.  

Basic Arithmetic -This Basic Arithmetic test assesses the test taker's ability to manage basic mathematical calculations and estimations. The topics covered include adding, subtracting, rounding, estimating sums, and estimating differences. This test is appropriate to administer to applicants that will be required to conduct basic mathematical reasoning and calculations on the job. Paper and pencil may be considered appropriate to provide test takers while administering the test.  

Basic English - Images -This Basic English - Images test is designed to assess a test taker's understanding of basic English words based on the identification of objects through the use of images. Test takers are expected to be able to identify an image based on a list of English words that are similar objects or with similar spellings. This test is appropriate for non-English speakers that need to have a general understanding of basic English concepts.  

Basic Numeric Conversion -The following test, entitled Basic Numeric Conversion, is a multiple choice test aimed at assessing the test taker's grasp of basic numeric conversion. Such topical areas included are percentage/decimal conversions, numeric/word conversions, monetary conversions and standard notation conversions.  

Basic Office Skills -The Basic Office Skills test measures basic math and verbal skills. Topics include Basic Math (adding numbers, subtracting fractions), Business Math (business related word problems), Filing Skills (recognizing alphabetical order), Grammar, and Spelling. This test is designed for job candidates who need basic math and verbal skills in order to perform their job successfully.  

Basic Office Skills [No Math] -The Basic Office Skills [No Math] test measures basic verbal skills. Topics include Filing Skills (recognizing alphabetical order), Grammar, and Spelling. This test is designed for job candidates who need basic verbal skills in order to perform their job successfully.  

Basic Office Skills [No Verbal] -The Basic Office Skills [No Verbal] test measures basic math skills. Topics include Basic Math (adding numbers, subtracting fractions) and Business Math (business related word problems). This test is designed for job candidates who need basic math skills in order to perform their job successfully.  

Basic Reading Comprehension -The Basic Reading Comprehension test examines the test taker's ability to draw important information from written material. Test takers are asked to read text passages and answer questions, identify words based on how they are used in a sentence, and determine whether a statement is a fact or an opinion. This test is designed to be administered to applicants for positions where the need for a demonstrated ability to understand basic written information is important.  

Basic Spelling -The Basic Spelling test measures the test taker's ability to spell correctly. The test taker is asked to identify whether a word is spelled correctly and, if this is not the case, requested to correct those words. This test is designed for clerical workers and administrative assistants whose position requires the ability to spell accurately.  

Bookkeeping -This bookkeeping test will assess a test taker's knowledge of day-to-day transactions that a bookkeeper will come across. It covers a range of topics, such as debits and credits, business transactions, and basic accounting knowledge. This assessment was created to test the knowledge of an individual whose primary job responsibility does not involve accounting. It does not delve too deeply into the theories and/or analysis of financial statements.  

Business Etiquette -The Business Etiquette assessment addresses questions with regards to appropriate manners and behaviors in the workplace as well as professional environments. It is appropriate to administer the test to any applicant, from entry level to executive level, that is required to know appropriate business behaviors. Because business etiquette greatly affects an individual's career prospects as well as a company's reputation, this test is useful for both the test taker and the administrator. Topics covered in the test include Client Etiquette, Effective Communication, Professional Appearance, Social Communication, Telephone Etiquette, Office Ethics, and Professional Correspondence.  

Business Systems Analyst -The Business Systems Analyst assessment is designed to test one's basic knowledge of the key points in software project analysis, design, development, and implementation. Since the role of a Business Analyst expands as one gains experience, the intermediate and advanced level questions are aimed at the knowledge needed to be able to adequately communicate with other development team members such as developers and database administrators.  

Business Writing -This test for Business Writing aims at assessing the skill level of the test taker in brainstorming, proper grammar, organization skills, as well as vocabulary. This test is best employed in conjunction with the Writing Samples Scenarios which provide the test taker the opportunity to create a written piece for review by the administrator. It is recommended that the Business Writing test is used in conjunction with a FREE controlled writing environment made available to you with various business writing scenarios. These samples and the writing environment are provided FREE OF CHARGE to you as a tool in assessing the writing abilities of your candidates.  

Cash Handling -This Cash Handling test is designed to access a test taker's ability to recognize the various bills and coins of U.S. currency, to add and subtract using bills and coins, and to accurately make change. With this in mind, the assessment presents questions that focus primarily on using the least amount of bills and coins to make certain amounts, working with images depicting actually currency, and simple addition and subtraction. This assessment is appropriate for cashiers, retail associates, and bank tellers that frequently handle U.S. currency.  

Clerical Proofreading -The Clerical Proofreading test aims at assessing the skill level of the test taker in identifying errors in text, tables and lists. The errors included are those of transference (made when transferring data from one site to another), grammatical errors, errors of calculation (made when compiling simple information), and punctuation errors. This test is intended for those with some experience with proofing and who will be expected to proofread on the job.  

Coding -The Coding test aims at assessing the skill level of the test taker in accessing information using charts, interpretation of data, and assigning codes. Such work scenarios as catalog documentation, telephone directories and time zones are employed. This test is appropriate to administer to those working in an office environment that will be required to use charts and apply codes in a variety of situations.  

Comparison Skills -The Comparison Skills test aims at assessing the skill level of the test taker in such topical areas as identifying linguistic similarities, alpha-numeric similarities, and mathematical equality, as well as identifying differences such as object type differences, opposites and alpha-numeric differences.  

Computer Literacy - Advanced -This Computer Literacy - Advanced assessment is designed to measure the skills of an expert with the technical aspects of computer knowledge as well as knowledge that is NOT generally known by an average computer user. This test is ideal for the user who has an in depth understanding of computer hardware, operating systems, networking, security, software, and best practices when working on a computer. This assessment is appropriate for computer technicians and those whose primary job is not as a computer technician, but who still need to have an excellent understanding of computers.  

Computer Literacy - Basic -This Computer Literacy - Basic assessment is designed to measure the skills of a person familiar with some of the technical aspects of computer knowledge as well as knowledge generally known by users that covers terminology and practices associated with basic computer use. This test is ideal for the user with some understanding of how to keep a computer running at its optimal performance level, as well as fix basic computer problems. The test addresses simple computer troubleshooting and maintenance as well as the basics of navigating through Windows (2000, XP, and 7). Topics covered by this test include hardware, software, safety, the Internet, and Windows.  

Corrective Proofreading - Independent Films -The Corrective Proofreading - Independent Films test presents test takers with a text passage that contains spelling, grammar and punctuation errors. This test measures a person's ability to recognize and correct the errors within the text passage. Test takers are evaluated on the following items: number of errors successfully identified in relation to the number of possible errors number of errors not identified number of identified errors that are successfully corrected number of identified errors that are not successfully corrected number of correct items that are made incorrect by the test taker This test is appropriate to administer to anyone whose corrective proofreading ability or attention to detail needs to be measured.  

Corrective Proofreading - Reply Letter -The Corrective Proofreading - Reply Letter test presents test takers with a text passage similar to a reply letter that contains spelling, grammar and punctuation errors. This test measures a person's ability to recognize and correct the errors within the text passage. Test takers are evaluated as above.

Corrective Proofreading - Restaurant Review -The Corrective Proofreading - Restaurant Review test presents test takers with a text passage simulating a restaurant review that contains spelling, grammar and punctuation errors. This test measures a person's ability to recognize and correct the errors within the text passage. Test takers are evaluated as above.

Counting -This test is intended to test an applicant's ability to count units. Topical areas include Simple Counting, Geometric-Depth Awareness, and Calculation. The questions are primarily focused for those working in an industrial or warehouse setting, however this assessment may be utilized for a position that requires counting objects. 

Customer Service Mindset Survey -Customer Service Skills Survey measures the test taker's understanding of and attitude about customer service practices. This survey is designed to measure the customer service aptitude of any customer service representative and may be administered to those who deal with internal or external customers such as customer service, technical support or retail sales workers. Most questions have a best and second best answer, scoring 2 and 1 points respectively. The best possible points for this survey is 144, however also provided is a percentage score that is based on points scored.  

Data Entry 10 Key [Onscreen] -This Data Entry test requires the test taker to type information into a simulation of a spreadsheet. The session consists of entering a series of numbers. The results report of this test indicates the speed, in keystrokes per hour, and accuracy of the data entry session. This test is appropriate to administer to those whose Data Entry 10 Key speed is an important facet of their position.  

Data Entry 10 Key Quick Test [Onscreen] -The Data Entry 10 Key with Decimals test requires the user to type information into a simulation of a spreadsheet. The session consists of entering a series of numbers both before and after a decimal point. The results report of this test indicates the speed in keystrokes per hour and accuracy of the data entry session. This test is appropriate to administer to those whose Data Entry 10 Key speed is an important role in their job description.  

Data Entry 10 Key With Decimals [Onscreen] -The Data Entry 10 Key with Decimals test requires the user to type information into a simulation of a spreadsheet. The session consists of entering a series of numbers both before and after a decimal point. The results report of this test indicates the speed in keystrokes per hour and accuracy of the data entry session. This test is appropriate to administer to those whose Data Entry 10 Key speed is an important role in their job description.  

Data Entry Alpha Numeric [Onscreen] -The Data Entry Alpha Numeric test measures the speed and accuracy of the test taker in conducting data entry. The test requires the user to type information into a simulation of a database. The results report of this test indicates the speed in keystrokes per hour and accuracy of the data entry session. This test is appropriate to administer to those whose job description requires effective Data Entry skills.  

Data Entry Check Number Database [Onscreen] -The Data Entry Check Number Database test measures the speed and accuracy of data entry. This test requires the user to type information into a simulation of a database. The session consists of entering deposit information. The results report of this test indicates the speed in keystrokes per hour and accuracy of the data entry session. This test is appropriate to administer to those whose Data Entry skills are important to their job description.  

Data Entry Inventory Database [Onscreen] -The Data Entry Inventory Database test measures the speed and accuracy of data entry. This test requires the user to type information into a simulation of a database. The session consists of entering order information for 5 products. The results report of this test indicates the speed in keystrokes per hour and accuracy of the data entry session. This test is appropriate to administer to those whose job description requires Data Entry skills.  

Email Etiquette -This test is designed to determine a candidate's knowledge of email etiquette -- from very basic questions to advanced ones. It covers a range of topics from email policy, to the structure and layout of email for both personal and business purposes.  

English as a Second Language -The English as a Second Language test aims at assessing the skill level of the test taker in employing English for communication. Such topics addressed include conversational English, subject/verb agreement, homonyms, and acronyms.  

Filing by Name -The Filing by Name assessment measures the test taker's ability to categorize items and alphabetize proper names using basic filing procedures. This test is designed for job candidates who need filing skills in order to perform their job successfully.  

Following Verbal Instructions -The test for Following Verbal Instructions assesses the listening skills of the test taker and their ability to carry out directions in that context.  

Following Written Instructions -The Following Written Instructions test aims at determining the skill level of the test taker in reading, assessing, and applying written instructions to clerical tasks. The test focuses on tasks between filing, organization, order of action (prioritizing), and compilation of information (documentation). 

Healthcare Benefits Knowledge -This test will cover Healthcare Terminology, Eligibility Criteria & Guidelines, Products & Benefit Usage, Premium, Billing Adjustments & Discrepancies. This test is best suited to be administered to: Eligibility Consultants, Benefit Consultants, Billing/Premium Consultants, HR Generalists, HR Personnel, and Benefit Administrators. This test will identify the test takers understanding of frequently used healthcare terminology, their knowledge of established procedures and guidelines pertaining to eligibility, adds, changes, terminations. This test, will further challenge the test takers ability to identify healthcare products, the usage of benefits, and will also identify their level and ability to resolve billing, premium adjustments and discrepancies. It is suggested that a calculator be provided to the test taker while administering this test.  

Human Resources Basics -This Human Resources Basics test assesses a candidate's ability to understand and implement various HR practices and processes. This assessment specifically administers questions that focus on the legalities within recruitment, benefit administration, employee discipline, compensation, record keeping, and performance management. This test is appropriate for beginner and intermediate level HR representatives.  

Human Resources Benefits Knowledge -This test on Human Resources Benefits knowledge is appropriate for individuals that have at least a full year of experience. This assessment covers a variety of topics including payroll, labor and compensation issues, leaves with/without pay, employment laws and acts, and Medicare/Social Security/Federal Withholding Tax.  

Internet Basics -This test for Internet Basics aims at assessing the level at which the test taker has developed skills in regards to Internet usage as well as navigation. Such topical areas include browser functionality, toolbar operations and definitions.  

Internet Research Skills -The Internet Research Skills test focuses on the core skills needed to properly utilize Internet sources in finding targeted information. The test especially focuses on Boolean and symbol searches as well as search engines, definitions, and sources. This test is appropriate to administer to any test taker that needs to research information on the Internet.  

Interviewing and Hiring Concepts -The greatest commodity any company has is the people it employs and the customers it serves. Hiring the right people to do the job is the first battle in the war of competition. The first step in retaining and motivating employees is to develop a well thought-out, preferably, recruitment strategy. Those responsible for hiring must know the basics of interviewing, and should be fully aware of the company's employment policy and legal constraints. These statements are what this test aims to evaluate. Such topics covered are conducting an interview, evaluating the candidate's work history and interpersonal skills, hiring managers, and analyzing turnover. Tests for Human Resource Basics, Human Resources Benefits Knowledge, Office Management Skills, and Project Management Fundamentals are also available.  

Italian-English Bilingual -The Italian-English Bilingual test aims at assessing the test taker’s ability to read English and Italian and answer questions regarding what they've read. Everyday scenarios involving business situations, formalities, definitions and mathematics are presented. Tests for Call Center Listening Skills and Call Center Customer Service Survey are also available.  

Listening Skills -This test, entitled Listening Skills , will assess the test taker's ability to listen attentively, infer meaning, and translate into course of action. It employs audio-based office simulations that call on the test taker's attention to detail and problem solving skills. Tests for Basic Office Skills and Following Verbal Instructions are also available.  

Logical Reasoning - Classifying -The Logical Reasoning - Classifying assessment focuses on measuring the test taker's ability to take a concept and classify or categorize it in the most likely manner.  

Logical Reasoning - Decision Making -The Logical Reasoning - Decision Making assessment measure's the test taker's approach to making decisions and their ability to use factual information and ethical dilemmas to determine the best course of action for each scenario.  

Logical Reasoning - Drawing Conclusions -The Logical Reasoning - Drawing Conclusions assessments presents a series of statements or a passage in which the test taker must make the most logical conclusion based on what has been presented.  

Macintosh Basics OS 9 -The Macintosh Basics OS 9 test is designed to measure the test taker's knowledge of the Macintosh environment and the Macintosh operating system. This test measures knowledge of concepts related to using the Macintosh. Test administrators can use this test in conjunction with Microsoft Office testing products in order to assess a user's knowledge base in regards to the Macintosh environment. The Microsoft Office products are virtually the same in the Windows and Macintosh platform.  

Mailroom Management Skills -The Mailroom Management Skills test is designed to determine an individual's knowledge in varying aspects of a typical mailroom with a particular focus on quality. Topics include terminology, handling of special mail, mailroom equipment and safety, as well as compliance with United States Postal Service regulations.  

Marketing Fundamentals -The Marketing Fundamentals test is aimed at assessing the skill level of the test taker in identifying marketing strategies, applying pricing, setting plans, conducting research as well as creating promotions. This test is appropriate to administer to entry level marketing personnel.

Matching - Addresses -The Matching - Addresses test aims at assessing the test takers visual accuracy in determining whether a set of addresses, some including symbols, are the same or different.

Matching - Alphanumeric -The Matching - Alphanumeric test aims at assessing the test taker's visual accuracy in determining whether a set of letter/numerical combinations, some including symbols, are the same or different. This test is appropriate to administer to those people who will be working with numbers, codes, and money on the job, as it displays the ability of the test taker to acknowledge subtle differences between data, whether from error or purposefully made.

Matching - Alphanumeric List -The Matching - Alphanumeric List test aims at assessing the test takers visual accuracy in determining whether a set of numbers, in digit formation, are the same or different. This test is appropriate to administer to those people who will be working with digit numeric filing systems on the job, as it displays the ability of the test taker to acknowledge subtle differences between data, whether from error or purposefully made.  

Matching - Digit Numeric -The Matching - Digit Numeric test aims at assessing the test takers visual accuracy in determining whether a set of numbers, in digit formation, are the same or different. This test is appropriate to administer to those people who will be working with digit numeric filing systems on the job, as it displays the ability of the test taker to acknowledge subtle differences between data, whether from error or purposefully made.

Matching - Digit Numeric List -The Matching - Digit Numeric List test aims at assessing the test takers visual accuracy in determining whether a set of numbers, in digit formation, are the same or different. This test is appropriate to administer to those people who will be working with digit numeric filing systems on the job, as it displays the ability of the test taker to acknowledge subtle differences between data, whether from error or purposefully made.

Matching - Images -The Matching - Images test assesses an applicant's attention to visual detail and the ability to decipher and match visual elements such as number groupings and shapes.  

Matching - Numeric -The Matching - Numeric test aims at assessing the test takers visual accuracy in determining whether a set of numbers, some including symbols, are the same or different. This test is appropriate to administer to those people who will be working with numbers, codes and money on the job, as it displays the ability of the test taker to acknowledge subtle differences between data, whether from error or purposefully made.  

Matching - Numeric List -The Matching - Numeric List test aims at assessing the test takers visual accuracy in determining whether a set of numbers, some including symbols, are the same or different. This test is appropriate to administer to those people who will be working with numbers, codes and money on the job, as it displays the ability of the test taker to acknowledge subtle differences between data, whether from error or purposefully made.  

Matching - Passage -The Matching - Passage test assesses an applicant's attention to detail and the ability to decipher and match elements between two passages.  

Math Word Problems -The Math Word Problems test aims at evaluating an individual's skill in interpreting and solving math word problems. Topics include purchase orders, travel expenses, algebra, percentages, and ratios. This test is appropriate for employees who work with more advanced math related functions.  

Numeric Filing -The Numeric Filing Test aims at assessing the test takers understanding of numeric ordering as employed in filing systems. Both ascending and descending ordering, along with chronological, duplex-numeric and decimal-numeric filing are all addressed herein. The remaining questions address best practices in this context.  

Numeric Proofreading -The Numeric Proofreading test is structured as a spreadsheet containing numeric data to which questions are aimed. Such skills tested include, but are not limited to, identifying numeric data errors, correlating numeric data with alpha-numeric data, verifying accuracy and making corrections, as well as referencing numeric information. It is recommended that the test-taker is provided a pencil and paper and the test administrator note the time required for test completion.  

Office Abbreviations -The Office Abbreviations test aims at assessing the skill level of the test taker in understanding common office abbreviations. These abbreviations are divided into several categories, allowing the test administrator to determine the appropriateness of particular questions. Such categories include, but are not limited to; Titles, Departments, Writing, Mailing, Legal, and Currency. This test is appropriate to administer to those that have a minimum of 6 months of experience working in an office environment as most of the abbreviations are used only in that environment.  

Office Filing Skills -The Office Filing Skills test measures the ability to categorize and alphabetize items using basic filing procedures. This test is designed for job candidates who need filing skills in order to perform a job successfully.  

Office Grammar and Spelling -The Office Grammar and Spelling Skills test measures the test taker's knowledge of spelling, sentence structure, punctuation, and word usage. This test is designed for job candidates who need verbal and written skills in order to perform a job successfully.  

Office Management Skills -This test is aimed at assessing the skill level of an employee or potential employee in the understanding and implementation of office management logistics. The questions herein address scenarios that are found daily in an office environment. Office Managers with more than a year of experience should be able to recognize these routine office questions. Among the issues that are included are Office Ethics, Office Maintenance, Security, Troubleshooting Equipment and Planning and Organizational Skills.  

Office Math Skills -The Office Math Skills test is a multiple choice test that measures the test taker's ability to complete basic arithmetic and business word problems. This test is designed for job candidates who need math skills in order to perform a job successfully.  

Office Reasoning Sample - People Management -The Office Reasoning Sample - People Management scenario aims to display the test taker's ability to handle a number of situations that involve tough decisions. The final sample will provide an idea of the test taker's ability to resolve conflict and make difficult choices concerning the members of a team that they manage. Because gauging a test taker's management approach is a highly subjective endeavor, we leave it to you to determine the effectiveness represented by the candidate's sample. We do believe though, that providing a controlled, immediate situation helps to assess the management style and the thought process of the test taker. It is for this reason that we provide this environment and encourage you to use it, free of charge.  

Office Reasoning Sample - Problem Solving -The Office Reasoning Sample - Problem Solving scenario aims to display the test taker's ability to problem solve a number of situations that all take place over a brief span of time. The final sample will provide an idea of the test taker's ability to multi-task and prioritize issues. Because gauging a test taker's ability to prioritize is a highly subjective endeavor, we leave it to you to determine the effectiveness represented by the candidate's sample. We do believe though, that providing a controlled, immediate situation helps to assess the multi-tasking thought process of the test taker. It is for this reason that we provide this environment and encourage you to use it, free of charge.  

Office Reasoning Sample - Project Event Planning -The Office Reasoning Sample - Project Event Planning scenario aims to display the test taker's ability to organize and plan an event. This assessment also encourages the test taker to ask questions to make sure all aspects of the event are covered. The final sample will provide an idea of the test taker's ability to thoroughly plan for and execute an event while demonstrating their organizational skills. Because gauging a test taker's organizational approach is a highly subjective endeavor, we leave it to you to determine the effectiveness represented by the candidate's sample. We do believe though, that providing a controlled, immediate situation helps to assess the planning ability and the thought process of the test taker. It is for this reason that we provide this environment and encourage you to use it, free of charge.  

Office Reasoning Sample - Project Time Management -The Office Reasoning Sample - Project Time Management scenario aims to display the test taker's ability to organize a daily schedule in relation to a long-term project. They will need to make decisions in scheduling their day by balancing their daily commitments with a larger team project that is due in a few weeks. The final sample will provide an idea of the test taker's ability to handle personal, short-term goals within the larger responsibilities of being a part of a project team. Because gauging a test taker's schedule prioritization is a highly subjective endeavor, we leave it to you to determine the effectiveness represented by the candidate's sample. We do believe though, that providing a controlled, immediate situation helps to assess the test taker's ability to prioritize a full schedule that focuses on both short-term and long-term goals. It is for this reason that we provide this environment and encourage you to use it, free of charge.  

Office Telephone Etiquette -The Office Telephone Etiquette measures general use of the telephone for most organizations. The focus of this assessment is on evaluating a test taker's communication skills along with their ability to recognize proper telephone etiquette and the best way to handle calls.  

Payroll -This test, for payroll specialists, is aimed at testing people with one or two years experience in payroll knowledge. The test aims at determining whether the test taker knows the principles of payroll such as wages calculation, the different pay periods, payroll deductions, including Statutory and Voluntary deductions, different methods of payments, tax depositing and how and when to file the reports including year end reporting. The Payroll test was designed to identify the extent of payroll knowledge sufficient to perform in a professional manner the payroll process from collecting employee's hours to filling quarterly and yearly payroll and taxes reports.  

PeopleSoft HRMS -PeopleSoft is one of the most popular ERP solutions in America. PeopleSoft has developed several modules including HRMS, Finance, Manufacturing and Distribution. PeopleSoft HRMS is a robust software package that contains modules such as HR, Payroll, Pension, and Base Benefits. This assessment is designed to test the functional knowledge of PeopleSoft HRMS first-year users to advanced users.  

Portuguese-English Bilingual -The Portuguese-English Bilingual test aims at assessing the test taker's ability to read English and Portuguese and answer questions regarding what they've read. Everyday scenarios involving business situations, formalities, definitions and mathematics are presented.  

Practice Typing - General [1, 3 and 5 Minutes Onscreen] -The practice typing tests are provided as a warm-up prior to taking a full typing test. Since it is a practice session only, the practice typing test results are not scored or saved.  

Project Management for IT Professionals -Project Management is the collective set of tasks and skills used to successfully initiate, control, and complete a unique, one-time work effort. This test aims to cover the full range of project manager competencies as defined by the Project Management Institute in the PMBOK. This test is targeted for such job titles as project lead, project coordinator, and project manager.  

Project Management Fundamentals -This test is designed to assess the skill level of a Project Manager. Most of the questions are oriented toward generic project management. The test includes question of advanced level such as a Project Management Professional (PMP), an intermediate level such as a person with some PMP training, as well as basic level questions. The areas covered by the test are project startup, scope planning, schedule planning, budget planning, staffing and HR, project execution, and leadership.  

Proofreader Marks -The Proofreader Marks test is suited for entry-level proofreading and copyediting positions. It consists of questions that focus on identification of proofreading marks as well as passages followed by a series of questions. This section requires individuals to apply their knowledge of proofreading marks to actual material.  

Punctuation -This Punctuation test evaluates the punctuation skills of the test taker. Among the specific skills tested are apostrophe usage, comma placement, semicolon and colon usage, period placement, and quotation mark usage. The questions request the test taker to both define and recognize the correct punctuation regarding the specific skills mentioned above.  

Reading Comprehension -This Reading Comprehension test examines the test taker's ability to draw important information from written material. The material covered includes passages on an environmental cause, a medical procedure, stock market charts, legal regulations, corporate trends, science, and historical architecture. These topics were chosen to expose the test taker to a variety of writing styles. After reading each passage, test takers are then asked to answer questions based on what they have read. This test is designed to be administered to applicants for positions where the need for a demonstrated ability to understand written information is important.  

Recruiting Fundamentals -The Recruiting Fundamentals test is designed to evaluate a person's basic ability to source for, identify, evaluate, interview, negotiate with, and ultimately hire qualified candidates for a given position. The test covers eight general subject areas, providing a variety of questions in each across several skill levels. The subject areas are as follows: Sourcing Candidates, Client Management, Candidate Management, Candidate Evaluation, Arrivals/Orientation, Legal Considerations, Requisition Management.  

Retention -This test, entitled Retention, aims at assessing the ability to retain information to which they have been exposed for very little time. Along with this aspect, the test contains a brief reading retention section. This test is appropriate to administer to those that will be required to retain information to which they were briefly exposed and reiterate it.  

Sales Concepts -The Sales Concepts assessment was created to assess the skill level of a sales representative. It can be used in any sales industry as it covers the basic skills needed to be successful in sales. This test includes such topical areas as; Rapport Building, Opening, Probing, Supporting, Objections, and Closing.  

SAS 9 - Data Analyst -The SAS 9 - Data Analyst assessment measures understanding of the structure and design of SAS programming, data sets, and basic reporting. This test will reflect the taker's ability to access and manage SAS data, and summarize the data. The focus encompasses fundamental concepts and broad use of SAS across disciplines  

Shorthand -The Shorthand test contains questions that examine the test taker's most basic knowledge of shorthand. The topical areas covered are: Shorthand Alphabet Knowledge: Examines the test taker's knowledge of shorthand sounds which are the building blocks of the shorthand language. Abbreviated Shorthand Outline Symbol Knowledge: Examines the test taker's knowledge of abbreviated shorthand words. Building Real Speed - Linking Words: To build real speed in shorthand, not only is knowledge of commonly abbreviated words required, but how to link words, especially common phrases. This part of the test examines the test taker's knowledge of how to link words. Transcribing - Reading and Comprehension: Examines the test taker's ability to transcribe and comprehend short passages.  

Software Quality Assurance -The Software Quality Assurance test poses real world questions which aim at assessing pre-employment skill levels in software quality assurance and covers entire process of software development. Finding and preventing problems, adhering to standards and procedures, as well as monitoring and even improving upon the process regularly, are topics included herein. Additional topics include; core concepts, testing, requirements, project management, measurement, reviews, defect tracking, and configuration management.  

Software Testing -This Software Testing assessment is designed to assess a test taker's understanding of the Software Quality and Testing field. Given the crucial nature of this step, along with the complexity and broad scope of software testing techniques, it is paramount that software testers have a firm grasp on the fundamentals of software testing. This test covers the subject areas that are essential for today's job market requirements including methodology, risks, testing types, key terms, and testing fundamentals. This test is appropriate for test takers that have a year or more experience with software testing.  

Spanish-English Bilingual -The Spanish-English Bilingual test aims at assessing the test taker's ability to read English and Spanish and answer questions regarding what they've read. Everyday scenarios involving business situations, formalities, definitions and mathematics are presented.  

Technical Terminology -The Technical Terminology test addresses key terms, concepts, and acronyms used in technical professions and positions where interface with technical people is required. Topics on this test include Software, Database Terminology & &oncepts, Hardware, Internet Terminology & &oncepts, Programming Concepts, and Networking.  

All Translation Samples -Because gauging translation skills is a highly subjective endeavor, we leave it to you to determine the level of translation effectiveness represented by the candidate's sample. We do believe that providing a controlled, immediate translation environment helps to assess the skills of the translator, in context. It is for this reason that we provide this environment and encourage you to use it, free of charge. 

English to French -The Translation Sample - English to French aims at displaying the writer's ability to translate a passage in English to French.  

English to Italian -The Translation Sample - English to Italian aims at displaying the writer's ability to translate a passage in English to Italian.  

English to Portuguese -The Translation Sample - English to Portuguese aims at displaying the writer's ability to translate a passage in English to Portuguese.  

English to Spanish -The Translation Sample - English to Spanish aims at displaying the writer's ability to translate a passage in English to Spanish.  

French Canadian to English -The Translation Sample - French Canadian to English aims at displaying the writer's ability to translate a passage in French Canadian to English.  

Italian to English -The Translation Sample - Italian to English aims at displaying the writer's ability to translate a passage in Italian to English.  

Spanish to English -The Translation Sample - Spanish to English aims at displaying the writer's ability to translate a passage in Spanish to English.  

Typing - General [1, 3, 5 Minute(s) Onscreen] -The Typing Speed test measures the speed and accuracy of a user's typing. The test presents the user with a passage which he/she must type as accurately and quickly as he/she can. This test should be given to anyone whose typing speed needs to be measured. A score of 0 on the Raw Words per Minute, Mistakes, and Adjusted Words per Minute indicates that the test taker did not follow the passage closely enough for an accurate score to be determined.

Vocabulary -The Vocabulary test aims at assessing the test taker's grasp on the English language in the specific context of the office environment. The vocabulary contained herein are often used in business communications, be they written or verbal.

Vocabulary - Homonym Usage -The Vocabulary - Homonym Usage assessment measures the skill level of the test taker in determining the differences among those words that sound alike but are spelled differently and possess distinct meanings. This test is appropriate to administer to those that will be required to conduct any communications through the written word. This may include the use of email, letter writing, taking of minutes, writing of reports, and the myriad of written correspondences employed in the work environment.

World Cities/Countries Spelling -The World Cities/Countries Spelling test measures the test taker's knowledge of the correct spelling of world cities and countries. Many of the cities included are country capitals or cities with higher populations. The test taker is asked to identify whether a word is spelled correctly and, if this is not the case, requested to correct those words. This test is designed for clerical workers and administrative assistants whose position requires the ability to spell accurately.

All Writing Samples -Because gauging writing skills is a highly subjective endeavor, we leave it to you to determine the level of writing effectiveness represented by the candidate's sample. We do believe though, that providing a controlled, immediate writing environment helps to assess the skills of the writer, in context. It is for this reason that we provide this environment and encourage you to use it, free of charge. A scored, multiple choice, Business Writing test that focuses on such skills as brainstorming, grammar, organization, approaches to writing is also available.

Advertising/Marketing -The Writing Sample - Advertising/Marketing aims to display the writer's ability to craft a short, descriptive, promotional piece. The final sample will provide an idea of the writer's skill level in communicating the specifics of a product, promoting a product, and appealing to the public.

Collection Letter -The Writing Sample - Collection Letter aims to draw out the writer's ability to communicate potentially negative information to customers. The resulting letter will give an idea of the writer's skill level in developing professional, yet pointed, correspondences with external customers.

Customer Service -The Writing Sample - Customer Service aims to display the writer's ability to defuse an angry customer. The final sample, in letter form, will provide an idea of the writer's skill level in communicating apologies while providing information regarding new methodologies for handling and minimizing future customer service difficulties.

Email -The Writing Sample - Email aims to display the writer's ability to respond to any informal email request, set in a professional environment. The final sample, in email form, will provide an idea of the writer's skill level in communicating information while maintaining an appropriate level of professionalism.

Market Research -The Writing Sample - Market Research is designed to model how a market research professional can present data to an audience in an approachable and descriptive manner.

Persuasive -The Writing Sample - Persuasive aims to display the writer's ability to use persuasive language in an internal correspondence. The final sample, in memo form, will provide an idea of the writer's skill level in providing justifications, communicating desires and using professional language toward the ends of persuasion.

Sales Correspondence -The Writing Sample - Sales Correspondence aims to display the writer's ability to compose a short, persuasive letter. The final sample will provide an idea of the writer's skill level in crafting a short sales oriented letter.

Social Media (Blog) -The Writing Sample - Social Media (Blog) aims to draw out the writer's ability to use social media as a marketing tool and to communicate important information about a company's product. The resulting posts will give an idea of the writer's skill level in developing professional, yet enjoyable, correspondence with customers who follow the company's social media.

Technical Writing [List Form] -The Writing Sample - Technical Writing [List Form] aims to display the writer's ability to organize and present information in a technical context. The final sample will provide an idea of the writer's skill level in communicating instructions to users clearly and concisely.

Technical Writing [Paragraph Form] -The Writing Sample - Technical Writing [Paragraph Form]aims to display the writer's ability to organize and present information in a technical context. The final sample will provide an idea of the writer's skill level in communicating instructions to users clearly and concisely.

Thank You Letter -The Writing Sample - Thank You Letter aims to display the writer's ability to write a brief letter of thanks to an external customer. The sample will provide an idea of the writer's skill level in corresponding with customers as well as expressing gratitude.

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