Accounting Skills Tests

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  • This test is designed to screen applicants of approximately three to five years’ experience in accounting. It covers the areas of Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, General Ledger, Financial Analysis, Cost Accounting and Auditing. Without focusing on a specific software package, the test attempts to concentrate on skills used by an accountant in the work environment and less on the general ledger equivalent of each entry that one would find in an academic test.This test has 53 Questions

  • This test is designed to thoroughly test a candidate’s level of knowledge of Accounting principles, concepts and terminology. The test is aimed at basic office accounting personnel, clerks with 1 to 2 years’ experience, new accounting graduates and financial accounting personnel. Its coverage ranges from basic accounting principles such as debits, credits and adjusting entries to more advanced accounting, such as financial statements, investing and taxation. This test has 60 Questions

  • This test assesses the knowledge of an accounts payable clerk or an office associate who has a subsidiary duty in the processing of Accounts Payable. This includes the processing of invoices, purchase orders and cash flow. This test primarily focuses on the basic accounting concepts used in the processing of Accounts Payable. This test has 34 Questions

  • This test is designed for an Accounts Receivable Clerk Position. Topics include A/R Principles, Credit to Customer, Invoice/Billing Concepts, Cheques, Applying Payments and Collections. This test has 30 Questions

  • This test measures the candidatesÊcapability as a full-charge Bookkeeper. The candidate should be able to pay bills, track receivables, process payroll in full, post journal entries and maintain a company’s books and basic financial statements. Topics include Accounting Principles, Accounts Payable/Coding, Accounts Receivable/Billing, Bank Reconciliation, Depreciation, Financial Statements, Payroll Posting, Closing, and Journal Entries. This test has 39 Questions

  • This test has 29 Questions

  • This test has 39 Questions