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The MS Office test evaluates a candidate’s ability to work with documents and spreadsheets, including the knowledge of how to create, modify, format, and style information contained within a document, and also to organize, calculate, analyze and visualize data contained within a spreadsheet.

It’s an ideal test for pre-employment screening of candidates applying for a variety of job roles. Good candidates for most office jobs require competency with using word processing and spreadsheet software, such as MS Word and MS Excel. This MS Office test can be used to screen large groups of candidates to select only those with the required word processing and spreadsheet knowledge to bring in for an interview.

This test requires candidates to download files, perform assignments within word processing and spreadsheet software, and upload their solution files for automatic evaluation. Candidates can use either their personal copy of MS Office or the free web version of MS Office to complete the test.

Sample public questions

10 min
MS Excel
Formulas and Functions

Your company sells products to customers in two cities, New York and San Francisco. You have been asked to calculate each product’s retail prices inclusive of sales taxes in these cities.

Specifically, you need to:

  • Write formulas to calculate the retail prices, inclusive of sales tax, using the net prices of each product.
  • Make sure you reference cells A5 and B5 in your formulas.

Note: Do not use array formulas in your work.

Your task is to download the file ‘TaxInclusive-RawData.xlsx’ file and execute the request. When you have completed your work, save it in .xlsx format, then upload that file for evaluation.

7 min
MS Word
Document Navigation
Word Page Layout

Working as a teacher at a university, you have compiled a write-up on learning objectives and want to forward it to upper management. To organize the document better, you want to add a table of contents and page numbers to the document.

Download the ‘RightQuestions-Template.docx’ file and implement the following:

  • Add a table of contents to the beginning of the document.
  • Add a page break just after the table of contents so that the rest of the text starts from the next page.
  • Add page numbers to the document so that all pages after the table of contents display a page number at the bottom of each page.

When you have completed your work, save it in .docx format, then upload that file for evaluation.

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Skills and topics tested

  • MS Excel
  • Formulas and Functions
  • Data Filtering
  • Data Management
  • Data Sorting
  • Data Lookup
  • Bar Chart
  • Charting
  • Pie Chart
  • MS Word
  • Word Tables
  • Word Page Layout
  • Word Styling
  • Headers and Footers
  • Pivot Tables

For job roles

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  • Accountant
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Executive Assistant
  • Manager
  • Sales Manager
  • Sales Person
  • Secretary

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