Skills

Microsoft Word 2013 and 2016

About the Microsoft Word Proficiency Test

The Microsoft Word 2013 and 2016 test measures a candidate’s essential proficiency with Word and assesses their ability to complete basic tasks in the 2013 or 2016 version of the software. This timed assessment consists of 20 questions and takes about 10 minutes to complete.

Need Candidates with Skills in Microsoft Word?

Use this assessment to identify candidates who are competent performing common tasks in Word and know their way around the software.

If a role requires knowledge of Microsoft Word, this test helps you identify candidates who have the basic skills to succeed, which means you don’t need to provide additional training. This test helps you to find out if candidates can perform tasks such as creating and formatting a document, working with margins, mail merging, and editing, copying and formatting text.

Useful and Immediate Report Data

View overall scores and detailed task breakdowns. Reports include:

  • Raw score: number of tasks completed correctly

  • Percentile ranking: how the candidate’s score compares with scores of others who have completed the test

  • Itemised Q&A: a list of each question or task and how the candidate responded, as well as the time taken for each question.

You’ll receive each candidate’s test results as soon as they complete their assessment.