Pre-employment tests by EmployTest
Hiring the wrong person who claims to “know Excel” is horrible.Don't get burned by applicants who say they know Excel!
Everyone claims to know Excel. But do they really?
EmployTest has online tests for the Microsoft Office applications of:
It’s fast, efficient and will give you confidence to make a smarter hiring decision.
EmployTest can also test future employees on:
• Percent of Correct Answers (80%, 50%, 100%, etc)
I’ve taken the Excel test – it is very thorough, it tests key skills, and it amazingly accepts any method for most tasks (i.e. I tried using the super-secret shortcut keys or the obvious mouse actions and it counted any of them as correct).When I met with the folks at EmployTest, I asked the obvious question… why wouldn’t someone just ask for a Microsoft certification? Because the Microsoft certification tests cost 4-6 times more than the cost-effective EmployTest product. With a bank of over 800 questions, they have a test to make sure that your new admin hire or your new accounting hire has the skills needed to get the work done cost effectively. We're offering a special deal to MrExcel site visitors and here's how it works…. Buy a pack of 20 online test credits for $399 (less than $20 a test). That will allow you to test 20 times using any of the 100+ tests, including (of course) Microsoft Excel, but also any of the test titles listed above (each test given uses one test credit). You will get a password to your administration website. Before you make that job offer, set up an online key and have the candidate take the test. In 30 minutes, you will have a picture of the candidates strengths and weaknesses in the desired platform and be better prepared to make the right hiring choice!
To see how it works or to get a free sample test, email us at EmployTest@MrExcel.com.
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