The Reading for Information assessment measures the skill people use when read and use written text in order to do a job. The written texts include memos, letters, directions, signs, notices, bulletins, policies, and regulations. This test does not include information that is presented graphically.
This test is one of the three WorkKeys assessments used with the National Career Readiness Certificate program.
The Reading for Information test consists of 33 items. The length depends on the test version. For the WorkKeys Internet Version the test is 55 minutes, whereas the Paper-and-pencil version is 45 minutes. There are 5 levels of difficulty. Level 3 is the least complex and Level 7 is the most complex. The levels build on each other, each incorporating the skills assessed in the previous level.
Reviewing sample questions is another way to prepare for the exam. Take a look at a Reading for Information question to get a glimpse of what you will encounter on the exam.
Our WorkKeys PrepPack™ will familiarize you with the test and will prepare you for the exam which will increase your chances of acing the exam.
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