Medical Billing and Coding Test

Eliminate the worry by testing Medical Billing and Coding candidates with our online personality and aptitude tests for the most commonly-used spreadsheet software, Microsoft Excel.

Pre-Employment Test

Purpose: Your last Medical Billing and Coding Clerk wasn’t as ICD-9 and CPT savvy as you hoped They didn’t fit well in your office environment or culture, and you don’t have the time or resources to waste on a learning curve. Eliminate the worry with your next hire. Use this online Medical Billing and Coding Test before hiring. Our online personality and aptitude test also includes an evaluation of their ability in the most commonly-used spreadsheet software, Microsoft Excel.

This test includes a section that evaluates knowledge of Excel 2007 (with the ribbon menus). If you need to test a candidate with an earlier version of Excel (pull down menus), please contact us and we can make that available to you.

About the Test: This test is untimed and should take approximately 60-90 minutes to complete. It consists of 4 parts:

  • A personality test
  • A Basic Math test
  • A test of Excel knowledge
  • A test of general cognitive aptitude (equally divided among verbal, numerical, and abstract reasoning).

Testing Process: Online personality testing provides immediate reporting. Proctoring is desirable but not required.

Options: Contact us to learn how we can customize the test content for your hiring process or the way information is presented in the report to meet your specifications.

What the Report Gives You: Graphical display of scores, explanation of aptitude results, list of strengths and developmental concerns, display of the narrative comments given to the open-ended statements, and suggested interview questions.

Sample Personality Item:

For the statement 
on the left
I feel very strongly about it
I feel it describes me most of the time
I can’t decide between the two statements
I feel it describes me most of the time
I feel very strongly about it
For the statement 
on the right
People at work would say I focus on the upside of plans and downplay the possibility of problems.
People at work would say I always focus on what can go wrong.
Sample Question for Basic Math Skills I

83 x 22 = _____

(A) 1826 (B) 1816 (C) 1736 (D) 1636 (E) Correct answer not given

Sample Question for Excel Proficiency

(NOTE: The spreadsheet referenced in this question is not provided here)

What formula would you use if you wanted to find out Sandra Martin’s average monthly sales for the third quarter?

(A) =SUM(B8:D8)/3
(B) =(B8:D8)/3
(C) SUM(B8:D8)/3
(D) =SUM(B8-D8)/3

Sample Questions for General Cognitive Aptitude Test

Sample verbal reasoning item: House is to dwelling as car is to ____________.

(A) transportation
(B) traveling
(C) speed
(D) automobile
(E) mechanical

Sample numerical reasoning item: Which number comes next in this series? 3 6 9 19 22 25

(A) 32
(B) 35
(C) 52
(D) 15
(E) 28

Sample abstract reasoning item: Which figure would come next in the series?

(Sample questions differ from actual test appearance and do not contain real test content.)

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