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Assessment: Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 (adaptive)

Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 (adaptive)

This adaptive assessment evaluates the candidate's experience in creating and managing presentations, inserting and modifying charts, animation, audio files, and hyperlinks. There are two versions of this test available: a full-length test and an Essentials test.

Assessment: Data Entry Alphanumeric Form 2

Data Entry Alphanumeric Form 2

This test assesses a candidate's ability to enter alphabetical and numerical information into fields within a simulated screen on the computer. Candidates are provided a printed text original that contains tables of information that they must enter exactly into a similar table in a word processing document using a keyboard. The information includes business-related text and numbers such as office number, company name, address, mail code, and billing code. The test assesses for speed and accuracy. This test is available in US English, UK English and Australian English.

Assessment: Reviewing Forms (R1)

Reviewing Forms (R1)

This assessment measures ability to detect errors in forms by comparing text in a form to text in a paragraph format. Based on information in the paragraph, the test taker must select the answer that indicates the incorrect information. This test is available in US English and UK English.

Assessment: Typing Test 3

Typing Test 3

This assessment is timed and designed to measure speed and accuracy in typing. This assessment allows the 5 minutes to type passages into a simulated word processing document. Test takers will need a printed text original for this type of evaluation. The reading level of this assessment ranges from the 10th to 12th grades. This typing test uses the following formula to determine the Net Words Per Minute score: Net Words Per Minute = Gross Words Per Minute - Total Errors. Localized for use in the UK.

Assessment: Data Entry Numeric Form 2

Data Entry Numeric Form 2

This test measures the speed and accuracy at typing numbers into forms. Test takers are provided a printed text original that contains tables of information that they must enter exactly into a similar table in a word processing document using a keyboard. The information candidates must enter includes business-related records including numeric fields such as item number, model number, and quantity. Candidates may use either the keyboards numeric keypad or the number keys at the top of the keyboard. The test has a total of 26 records, and it is designed such that most candidates will not complete the test. This test is available in US English, UK English, and Australian English.

Assessment: Microsoft Excel 2010

Microsoft Excel 2010

Microsoft Excel 2010 is the spreadsheet component of the Microsoft Office 2007 suite. The Excel 2007 assessment evaluates the candidate's experience in sorting and filtering data, entering basic formulas, modifying cell formatting and content, inserting and labeling charts, using templates, saving workbooks for earlier versions of Excel, viewing and printing workbooks, managing workbooks and worksheets, adding headers, footers and page breaks, creating and labeling charts and pivot tables, using conditional formatting and conditional statements, setting a print area, configuring worksheet protection settings, creating hyperlinks, and importing data.

Assessment: Microsoft Excel 2010 - Essentials

Microsoft Excel 2010 - Essentials

The Microsoft Excel 2007– Essentials assessment evaluates the candidate's experience in sorting and filtering data, entering basic formulas, modifying cell formatting and content, inserting and labeling charts, using templates, saving workbooks for earlier versions of Excel, viewing and printing workbooks, and managing workbooks and worksheets. The Essentials test utilizes a simulation format and consists of the 20 most important, most frequently performed tasks. For more information, please contact your account manager.

Assessment: Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 - Essentials

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 - Essentials

The Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 – Essentials assessment evaluates the candidate's experience in creating and saving presentations, adding and modifying illustrative graphics, applying effects and animations, formatting slides and presentation content, and reviewing and delivering presentations. The Essentials test utilizes a simulation format and consists of the 20 most important, most frequently performed tasks. For more information, please contact your account manager.

Assessment: Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 (adaptive)

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 (adaptive)

This adaptive assessment evaluates the candidate's experience in creating and managing presentations, inserting and modifying charts, animation, audio files, and hyperlinks. There are two versions of this test available: a full-length test and an Essentials test.

Assessment: Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 (adaptive)

Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 (adaptive)

This adaptive assessment evaluates the candidate's experience in creating and managing presentations, inserting and modifying charts, animation, audio files, and hyperlinks. There are two versions of this test available: a full-length test and an Essentials test.

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