Computer Skills Tests

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  • The Computer Literacy – Basic test is designed to measure the skills of a person familiar with some of the technical aspects of computer knowledge as well as knowledge generally known by users and covers terminology and practices associated with basic computer use. This test is ideal for the user with some understanding of how to keep a computer running at its optimal performance level, as well as fix basic computer problems. The test addresses simple computer troubleshooting and maintenance as well as the basics of navigating through Windows (2000, XP, and 7). Topics covered by this test include hardware, software, safety, the Internet and Windows. The test has 40 Questions

  • The Microsoft Access 2010 test is designed to test data entry clerks and entry-level Access users by assessing the user’s ability to add and edit data and use basic Access forms and reports. This test has 30 Questions

  • The Microsoft Access 2013 test is designed to test data entry clerks and entry-level Access users by assessing the user’s ability to add and edit data and use basic Access forms and reports. This test has 30 Questions.

  • The Microsft Outlook 2010 test is designed for anyone who uses Outlook for their e-mail communication. This test assesses the user’s ability to use common functions such as sending email and adding contacts as well as more advanced functions including arranging meetings and creating tasks. Topics include Application Features, Calendar, Contacts, E-mail, Notes and Tasks. This test has 30 Questions

  • The Microsoft Outlook 2013 test is designed for anyone who uses Outlook for their e-mail communication. This test assesses the user’s ability to use common functions such as sending email and adding contacts as well as more advanced functions including arranging meetings and creating tasks. Topics include Application Features, Calendar, Contacts, E-mail, Notes and Tasks. This test has 30 Questions.