Getting ready for a job interview? Many companies and placement agencies require their candidates to take an Excel assessment test as part of their recruitment process. The Excel tests measure your ability to complete tasks in Microsoft's Excel software at various levels. It can be formatted as a multiple-choice test or an interactive test.
It's important to note that this practice pack is also suitable for CEB SHL's Excel assessment tests.
The more common interactive test simulates the usage of real Excel Software. You will be asked to complete different tasks on an Excel spreadsheet, or an Excel simulation interface.
The multiple-choice test requires no actual work on Excel. It does, however, force you to know many of the software’s characteristics by heart. This may be confusing for even the most advanced Excel users.
In most cases, the Excel assessment test is only one of a series of tests you will be asked to complete as part of the application process. The other will usually include a Microsoft Word assessment and a typing skills test.
In fact, the most significant difference between the various test levels is the proportion of questions taken from each level.
JobTestPrep offers preparation packs for the various Excel assessment tests, according to test type, expertise level and the Excel edition (20010/13/16). We also offer general test practice in case the test format is unknown. This will allow the highest fit for the actual test, and will provide you with suitable practice.
Make sure you refresh your skills before you take the test. Take an Excel Practice test to ensure you are familiar with the various commands as well as any possible alternative way to execute them.
In most cases, your assessment will include both Excel and Word tests. If this is the case for you, check out our new combo pack to help you improve your performance in both Excel and Word, as well as save you money.
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Your Excel test can be the deciding factor in whether you get the job or not, and it is imperative that you do well on it. Prepare for each assessment with JobTestPrep and get the position you want.