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Assessment: Microsoft Word 2013 (Adaptive)

Microsoft Word 2013 (Adaptive)

The Microsoft Word 2013 (Adaptive) test measures the candidate's knowledge of Microsoft Word 2007. Designed for experienced users, this test covers the following topics: Document Creation, Document Window Views, Graphics and Tables, New Features, Page Layout, Protecting Documents, Reviewing, and Options.

Assessment: Verify Deductive Reasoning

Verify Deductive Reasoning

The SHL Verify Range of Ability Tests is a suite of cognitive ability assessments appropriate for candidates at a wide range of job levels. SHL Verify Deductive Reasoning is an assessment used for job candidates applying to jobs at all levels that require deductive reasoning ability. Sample tasks for jobs that may require deductive reasoning include, but are not limited to, evaluate arguments, analyze scenarios, and draw logical conclusions. Potential job titles that use this solution are Engineers, Financial Analysts or Social Workers.

Assessment: Verify General Ability Screen

Verify General Ability Screen

The SHL Verify Range of Ability Tests is a suite of cognitive ability assessments appropriate for candidates at a wide range of job levels. SHL Verify General Ability Screen is an assessment used for job candidates applying to entry- level positions that require a basic level of general cognitive ability. The General Ability Screen is appropriate for entry-level roles across industries that include tasks ranging from making change to preparing food.

Assessment: Verify Spatial Ability

Verify Spatial Ability

The SHL Verify Range of Ability Tests is a suite of cognitive ability assessments appropriate for candidates at a wide range of job levels. SHL Verify Spatial Ability is an assessment used for job candidates applying to all job levels that require spatial ability. The Spatial Ability assessment is completely non-verbal and features only shapes and figures. Sample tasks for jobs that may require spatial ability include, but are not limited to planning or visualizing a sequence of operations used to test mechanical equipment, adjusting and repairing equipment, and monitoring the loading and discharging of people or cargo. Potential job titles that use this solution are Mechanics, Pilots, or Engineers.

Assessment: Microsoft Word 2003 Essentials

Microsoft Word 2003 Essentials

This assessment contains only basic and intermediate Microsoft Word 2003 questions. This assessment evaluates the candidate's experience in organizing and formatting tables, paragraphs, font styles, AutoText entries, bulleted and numbered lists, envelopes and labels, and formatting and managing documents. The assessment also covers using templates, print settings, spelling and grammar tools, creating content with clipart, graphics, charts and symbols, and using document reviewing features to share information with other users.

Assessment: Microsoft Excel 2003 Essentials

Microsoft Excel 2003 Essentials

This assessment contains only basic and intermediate questions. This assessment evaluates the candidate's experience in creating data and content, analyzing data, printing and viewing workbooks and spreadsheets, formatting data and content, managing workbooks, and collaborating with others.

Assessment: Microsoft Word 2003 Fundamentals (adaptive)

Microsoft Word 2003 Fundamentals (adaptive)

This adaptive test is part of the Fundamentals line of business applications tests. These tests demonstrate that the candidate has the skills necessary to proficiently use the most popular business applications at a user level. These tests are focused on the topics used daily by most professionals and do not include some of the advanced topics and skills found in our core business applications tests. The core test in this area is the Microsoft Word 2003 test, part of the Office 2003 suite. The Microsoft Word 2003 Fundamentals test covers the following topics: Document Creation, Formatting, Page Layout, Revising and Printing, Shortcuts, and Word General Knowledge.

Assessment: Microsoft Word 2003

Microsoft Word 2003

This assessment evaluates the candidate's Word 2003 experience in organizing and formatting tables, creating paragraphs, fonts styles, AutoText entries, bulleted and numbered lists, and envelopes and labels. It also assesses skills in formatting and managing documents, using templates, print settings, spelling and grammar tools, creating content with clipart, graphics, charts and symbols, and using document reviewing features to share information with other users.

Assessment: Microsoft Outlook 2003

Microsoft Outlook 2003

Outlook 2003 is the e-mail application component of the Microsoft Office 2003 suite. The Outlook 2003 assessment measures the candidate's basic and intermediate knowledge and skill in using the Microsoft Outlook 2003 e-mail application to format, print, and manage incoming and outgoing messages and attachments, schedule appointments and meetings, create, manage, and share calendars and contacts, and configure basic Outlook messaging options.

Assessment: Microsoft Excel 2003 Fundamentals (adaptive)

Microsoft Excel 2003 Fundamentals (adaptive)

This adaptive test is part of the Fundamentals line of business applications tests. These tests demonstrate that the candidate has the skills necessary to proficiently use the most popular business applications at a user level. These tests are focused on the topics used every day by most professionals and do not include some of the advanced topics and skills found in the core business applications tests. The core test in this area is the MS Excel 2003 test, part of the Office XP suite. The MS Excel 2003 Fundamentals test covers the following topics: Charts, Data Entry, Data Manipulation, Formulas/Functions, Graphics, and Software Interface.

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