Basic Computer Knowledge Test
If the job requires basic computer proficiency, this test will help you identify a candidate’s knowledge gaps.
Purpose: This test measures a candidate’s familiarity with terms and functions related to common work-related computer tasks such as opening files and saving documents, printing, using the internet and recognizing various office-based applications. The Basic Computer Knowledge test should be used where employees need basic computer literacy to effectively do their jobs.
About the Test: This test consists of 20 questions. The test is untimed.
What the Report Gives You: The report provides an overall score with interpretive guidelines.
High Scorers: People scoring high on the Basic Computer Knowledge Test should be familiar with the computer-oriented terms and aspects of their jobs, and as a result, require less supervision or training for simple computer tasks.
Low Scorers: People scoring low on the Basic Computer Knowledge Test are likely to have a minimal understanding of computer terms and functions and need more training and supervision, even for simple tasks.
Testing process: Online aptitude testing provides immediate reporting. Proctoring is desirable but not required.
|Sample Question for Basic Computer Knowledge|
Which Microsoft Office Application would you use to create spreadsheets to manage data and other information?
(A) Microsoft Access (B) Microsoft Word (C) Microsoft Excel (D) Microsoft PowerPoint
(Sample questions differ from actual test appearance and do not contain real test content.)
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