About

An accounts receivable clerk is responsible for tracking all payments that are made to/by a company. This clerk ensures that the payments and transactions made for goods and services are properly recorded. The duties and responsibilities of this position often include interaction with clients regarding past and due bills, ensuring that payments are posted accurately, updating files, and verifying data.

When an accounts receivable clerk is part of a large accounting staff, his or her responsibilities are limited. Therefore, the educational requirements may only be a high school diploma or GED. However, if it is a small accounting staff, the accounts receivable clerk may have more responsibilities, and the educational requirement may be an associate degree (in accounting or finance).  


General Information about the Kenexa Prove It Accounts Receivable Test

Accounts receivable assessments are used by many companies to measure applicants' skills and compatibility. The knowledge and accuracy that accounts receivable clerks need to possess are essential for a business, which is why the test focuses on both aspects.

Typically, accounting tests consist of about 40 multiple-choice questions. The purpose of such tests is to assess the level of knowledge, skills, and analytical ability a candidate possesses. Additionally, these tests are given out to ensure that candidates can see and understand the correlation between accounts receivable and allied accounts.


Kenexa Prove It Accounts Receivable Test Topics

Some accounts receivable test topics are:

Credit terms

Documentation

Statements & presentations

Accounting reporting

Journalization

Bad debts accounting

 


Sample Accounts Receivable Test Questions

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

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Accounts Receivable Interview Questions

Whether in person, over the phone, or through video, you can be sure that an accounts receivable interview will be extensive. So, to help you prepare, JobTestPrep has provided you with some typical accounts receivable interview questions.

  • If you were to continually catch a coworker's errors and mistakes, how would you handle the situation?
  • Explain the accounts receivable process/cycle.
  • What is a bad debt provision?
  • Is accounts receivable an asset or revenue?
  • What is a trade discount?

Prepare for the Kenexa Prove It Accounts Receivable Test

JobTestPrep's Kenexa Prove It Accounts Receivable PrepPack™ is relevant only to the USA companies and will prepare you for the accounts receivable test with practice tests and detailed score reports. You can practice your skills using our step-by-step guide, or take a timed test to simulate the actual exam. Start preparing today to ensure your success. 


What's Included

  • Two full-length Kenexa Prove It Accounts Receivable-style tests
  • Two full-length Kenexa Prove It General Accounting-style tests
  • Comprehensive explanations and solving tips
  • Score reports
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