Microsoft Word 365
At a glance
Type of assessment
Level of proficiency in Microsoft Word
Candidates are presented with 12 multiple-choice questions.
Reduced training requirements
Recommended for roles that require Word proficiency including Administrative Assistants, Executive Assistants and Secretaries, Customer Service Representatives, Paralegals, and Receptionists.
Identify the best candidates who are proficient in Microsoft Word using a fast and adaptive assessment. The Word test is designed to measure proficiency with a wide range of functionalities in Microsoft Word. By assessing a candidate’s ability to proficiently use Word, employers gain a full picture of a candidate’s Word skills and can identify the top candidates who are competent performing common tasks in Word.
Assess basic to advanced Word skills
From formatting text and objects to creating table of contents and mail merges, employers can assess job readiness and reduce training needs for roles that require regular use of Word at the beginner through to advanced level.
For improved test security, your candidates will be streamed different questions from a large bank of items. This means that no two candidates are likely to be presented with the same set of questions, making it harder for candidates to cheat or prepare for specific questions.
Useful and immediate insights
Detailed score reports provide you with immediate insights including:
- Score: a numerical score indicating how the candidate performed relative to other people who have completed the assessment
- Proficiency rating: a rating of Word proficiency from Beginner to Advanced
Get an overview of the Word 365 assessment.
View the sample report available for the Word 365 assessment.
Guides for interpreting the Word 365 Score Report.
Word skills test is also available for versions 2013 and 2016.
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