Determine your applicant’s computer skills by choosing from a variety of software application assessments.
Basic Computer Literacy
The Basic Computer Literacy assessment evaluates a candidate's knowledge of general computer terms. It also determines a candidate's ability to manage files, work with a Windows operating system and application software, as well as access the Internet.
Digital Literacy Software Skills (2012)
The Digital Literacy Software Skills assessment is designed to measure a candidate’s knowledge about topics related to common Window-based applications and computer usage. The assessment utilizes both knowledge-based and performance-based items with the latter allowing test takers to answer questions by actually carrying out the tasks as they would on the software application but without needing to have the application installed. The assessment measures: Applications, Desktop, Editing, File Management, Files and Disks, Formatting, Hardware, Networks/Internet, Printing, System Management, Text and Graphics, Tools and Automation, and Tools/Help.
Test questions include the most commonly used Microsoft Access features such as file management, Access forms, queries, reports, tables, as well as tools and automation.
Test questions include the most commonly used Microsoft Excel features such as file management, editing, formatting, analysis, customizing Excel, and Excel on the internet.
Test questions include the most commonly used Microsoft Outlook features such as managing contracts, sending and organizing emails, maintaining calendar entries and tasks.
Test questions include the most commonly used Microsoft Word features such as file management, editing, formatting, printing, desktop publishing and customizing Word.
Additional Assessments Available: Adobe Acrobat, Dreamweaver, AutoCAD, Internet Explorer, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Publisher, etc.