The test represents the tasks of an entry-level clerical position, and it varies from one assessment company to another.
The test is designed to examine your skills at performing basic functions and tasks, so that for anybody who isn't used to working with computers in their normal role, this test might be demanding.
While the actual tasks that you'll be asked to perform might not be technically difficult, many candidates find that the test's interface creates an atmosphere of pressure and stress that causes them to make mistakes they wouldn't have otherwise made. Practicing before the test will allow you to become familiar with the interface surrounding and questions beforehand, and to stay focused and relaxed on the real test.
In order to properly practice the following tasks, copy and paste the text on the left to a clean Word document (left click, hold and drag to mark the text, right click – choose "copy" , at the Word document , right click – choose paste)
When you start, your Word page should look like this:
1. Sort the students' names alphabetically in ascending order.
2. Change the layout of the students list into two columns.
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