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  • This test assesses the listening skills of the participant and their ability to carry out directions. Topics covered include alphabetising, numerical ordering, following directions, prioritising, dealing with scenarios and following basic and complex instructions. This test has 20 Questions.

  • This test aims at determining the skill level of the test taker in reading, assessing and applying written instructions to clerical tasks. The test focuses on tasks between filing, organisation, order of action (prioritizing), and compilation of information (documentation). This test has 17 Questions

  • This is a multiple choice test which measures the participants’ knowledge of spelling, sentence structure, punctuation and word usage. The test is designed for job candidates who need verbal and written skills in order to perform a role successfully. This test has 39 Questions

  • Job Search Success: Tools, Tips & Tactics, is a hands-on guide to landing your dream job which has been created by Challenge Consulting’s team of recruitment experts. Delivered by email as a convenient PDF file.

  • This test consists of questions designed to measure knowledge of general medical terms and vocabulary and is appropriate for medical office personnel and assistants who need to be able to understand general medical terminology. This test has 39 questions

  • This test measures the speed and accuracy of the participants’ typing. The test presents the user with a medical field related passage which he/she must type as accurately and quickly as possible. This test should be given to anyone who requires their typing speed to be measured. The test lasts for 1 Minute

  • 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 Microsoft Excel 2010 – Advanced test attempts to provide the basis for separating candidates who possess limited exposure to Microsoft Excel 2010 from those who are conversant with the full functionality of the software. The primary topics include advanced formatting and formula writing. This test is designed to test candidates who will be required to use some of the more advanced features of the program on a regular basis. This test has 25 Questions

  • The Microsoft Excel 2010 – Complete Test combines both the Essentials Test and the Advanced Test. The Microsoft Excel 2010 – Essentials test is designed to test clerical level users of Excel who are required to edit, develop, and create Excel Workbooks. This test assesses the user’s ability to create and develop a basic Excel workbook, including the most commonly used commands for formatting cells, navigation through the application, using formulas and changing the overall appearance of the spreadsheet. The Microsoft Excel 2010 – Advanced test attempts to provide the basis for separating candidates who possess limited exposure to Microsoft Excel 2010 from those who are conversant with the full functionality of the software. The primary topics include advanced formatting and formula writing. This test is designed to test candidates who will be required to use some of the more advanced features of the program on a regular basis. This test has 55 Questions