Kenexa Prove It Accounts Payable Test Preparation

What You'll Get

  • Two full-length Kenexa Prove It Accounts Payable-style tests
  • Two full-length Kenexa Prove It General Accounting-style tests
  • Comprehensive explanations and solving tips
  • Score reports
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An accounts payable clerk is responsible for paying the bills of a business enterprise, in addition to maintaining all payments, transactions, and records. Accounts payable clerks are responsible for compiling debt invoices owed by various companies, vendors, or suppliers. However, it's important to note that the specific requirements and responsibilities of accounts payable clerks vary between business type and size.

Typically, if a business has a smaller accounting staff, then accounts payable clerks have numerous responsibilities and are required to possess an associate degree.

If a business has a larger accounting staff, then some of the responsibilities fall under the purview of other accounting positions. Therefore, accounts payable clerks in this situation may only be required to have a GED or high school diploma. 

General Information about the Kenexa Prove It Accounts Payable Test

An accounts payable assessment test is used by many companies to assess applicants' skills, capabilities, job knowledge, and accuracy. These tests measure a candidate's analytical ability to see and understand accounting concepts, processes, and rationale.

Typical accounting tests are comprised of about 40 multiple-choice questions. The degree of difficulty varies as it is dependent on the question type. Some questions require analysis and mathematical computations, while others are more straightforward.

Kenexa Prove It Accounts Payable Test Topics

An accounts payable assessment test usually covers the following topics:

General Concepts – This covers account classification and relationships, transaction documentation and analysis, and financial statement presentation. This topic assesses your familiarity with basic concepts and processes involved in recording accounts payable transactions.

Entries for Common Accounts Payable Transactions – This covers accounting for purchases on account, trade discounts, purchase discounts, purchase returns, and cost determination. This topic assesses your knowledge and skill in handling common accounts payable transactions.

Entries for Special Accounts Payable Transactions – This covers foreign currency-denominated purchases, such as importations, purchases on installments, lease transactions, accruals, and adjusting/correcting entries. This topic assesses your breadth of knowledge in handling special types of transactions involving accounts payable and related accounts.

Accounts Payable Sample Questions

Try our free Kenexa Prove It accounts payable sample questions, or get the full PrepPack™ and start preparing today. 

Visit our main Kenexa Prove It accounting page for more information. 

General Accounts Payable Interview Questions

Whether in person or over the phone, you can be sure that an accounts payable interview will be intensive. So, in order to prepare, JobTestPrep has provided you with some typical accounts payable interview questions.

  • What's the difference between accounts payable and accounts receivable?
  • On average, how many invoices can you handle in a day, a week?
  • How do you evaluate financial risks?
  • How long have you worked in the finance field?
  • What are the typical steps to take before approving an invoice for payment? 

Prepare for the Kenexa Prove It Accounts Payable Test

JobTestPrep's Kenexa Prove It Accounts Payable PrepPack™ is relevant only to the USA companies and will prepare you for the accounts payable test with practice tests and detailed score reports. You can take your time using our step-by-step guide, or take a timed test to simulate the actual exam. Our PrepPack™ can also be used as an accounts payable certification practice test. Start preparing today. 

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