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Assessment: Split Screen Typing Test Form 1

Split Screen Typing Test Form 1

This test measures speed and accuracy in typing text presented on the computer screen. In this assessment, the text original is displayed directly above the area in which the test taker must enter the response. The test taker will not need a printed original for the evaluation. This test calculates a score based on the total number of keystrokes, time taken, and number of errors made when typing six passages. This Split Screen Typing Test uses the following method to determine the Net Words Per Minute score: Net Words Per Minute = ((Gross Words Per Minute * Time Taken) - Total Errors) / Time Taken. This test is available in US English, UK English and Australasian English.

Assessment: Data Entry Alphanumeric Form 1

Data Entry Alphanumeric Form 1

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: 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: Written English

Written English

This test measures knowledge of US English grammar and English reading comprehension. It is designed for those with English as a second language and covers the following topics: Articles, Comparisons, Conjunctions, General Questions, Misused Words, Nouns, Parallel Structure, Prepositions, Pronouns, Specific Questions, and Verbs.

Assessment: Data Entry Numeric Form 1

Data Entry Numeric Form 1

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: Business Vocabulary

Business Vocabulary

This assessment identifies the ability to correctly identify words common in business communications. In this test, the test taker reads a sentence containing a highlighted word. The test taker is required to select the synonym of the highlighted word from a list of four choices. This test is available in US English and UK English.

Assessment: Basic Arithmetic

Basic Arithmetic

This test measures ability to quickly perform basic mathematical computations including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

Assessment: Business Letter Compose

Business Letter Compose

This test is designed to measure typing ability, including spacing and formatting. Additionally, this test measures text errors, including spelling mistakes. This is a timed test and it begins when the candidate selects OK on the computer screen. Candidates are provided a printed text original that contains the unformatted text they will need to complete the test: address information, greeting, body text, and closing information. Candidates are asked to type the correctly formatted version of the text into a word processing program. Note that the same text is used in both the Business Letter Compose and Business Letter Edit tests. Therefore, we advise clients not to use both tests in a given test session as experience with one of the tests may influence scores on the other. This test is available in US English, UK English and Australian English.

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