Before you commit to hiring a new employee, you need to know that they can deliver the skills they’ve promised. Moreover, you need to know exactly what level of skill and competence you’re acquiring to gauge how quickly they may be able to jump into using applications such as Excel. You also need to find out how much additional training they’re likely to need. Total Testing can help! Our easy to use, simulation of Excel gives our clients the most reliable indication of a candidate’s knowledge of Excel. Tests take less than 30 minutes, have been validated and score reports are immediately emailed to you. Read on for more details….
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Sample Score Report
Our MS Office tests can help you identify each candidate’s skill level reliably and efficiently. With our host of simulation tests, the candidate must perform specific tasks to answer each question. When you receive the score report, you’ll gain clear, easy-to-understand insight into the candidate’s strengths and weaknesses in order to make the best hiring decision.
Excel- Why you should use this test
Pre-employment interview testing will give you the tools you need to make hiring decisions with the utmost confidence. All the applicants you’re considering should receive the relevant Excel test to ensure you’re giving candidates the opportunity to demonstrate their skills equally.
After candidates take the test, you’ll receive a compiled report containing a breakdown of each candidate’s score, including a general overview of how successful they were with a percentile ranking compared to all test takers. The report will also include individual scoring for each specific skill they were tested on, which will allow you to learn exactly which skills are a weakness or strength for the candidate and where they could benefit from further training if hired.
Total Testing can help
How many times have you, as an employer or hiring manager, seen “Excel skills” listed on a candidate’s resume? And how many times has that claim turned out to be — well, a slight exaggeration?
Training is expensive, and making a poor hiring choice is costlier still. Before you commit to hiring a new employee, you need to know that they can deliver the skills they’ve promised on paper. Moreover, you need to know exactly what level of skill and competence you’re acquiring to gauge how quickly they may be able to jump into using applications such as Excel. You also need to find out how much additional training they’re likely to need.
How does it work?
- Interactive knowledge-based skills tests
- Validated employer tests used by thousands
- Easy to use and can be set up in around 30 minutes
- Varying levels of difficulty ranging from beginner to advanced
- Scalable to test one or hundreds of candidates