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Lead Verification Exam View Sample

Dear Applicant, This exam will test your knowledge and understanding of the Lead Verification process. Read all the questions thoroughly to ensure you understand what exactly is being asked. Try to choose the best possible answer. Good luck!

Looking at the Campaign Criteria you realize that Accepted Revenue range for the company is between 50 millions USD and 2 billions USD.

You find that one of the companies in the Verification List has an annual revenue of 2.2 billions USD. 

 

Based on your judgement, choose the best answer.

  • I would definitely reject such a lead since its revenue is above the allowed range.

  • I would definitely accept such a lead. The revenue of the company is higher than the allowed range, but the difference is insignificant.

  • If mismatch is not strong, +/- 10% of the upper/lower range allowed, I will accept such lead

  • 2.2 billions is higher than 2 billions, meaning the company has a better financial performance than required even by the campaign criteria. I would accept the lead and highlight it with sparkling green, to emphasize the added value of such a lead.

Define the next statement as True or False:

The color-coding rules are: Green Fill for confirmed no change, Yellow Fill for an updated value, No Fill (left white) – information cannot be found.

  • TRUE

  • FALSE

Define the next statement as True or False:

First and Last Name for duplicate contacts should be highlighted in Bold Red font.

  • TRUE

  • FALSE

General Test View Sample

Dear Applicant, This exam will measure the degree to which an applicant can efficiently and accurately compare two strings of letters, numbers and/or pictures. It reviews a test taker's ability to quickly grasp errors with speed and accuracy in answering a question. Whether a candidate has the patience, focus, and willingness to be thorough in his/her work. 

Which is different from the other two?

  •  Michael Darson Petersson 

  • No difference

  • Michael Darson Petersson 

  • Michael Darson Peterson 

Are these pictures same or different?

 

  • Same

  • Different

Are these pictures same or different?

 

  • Different

  • Same

Understanding of Titles and Industries View Sample

This exam will test your knowledge of Titles and Industries which you have covered in training materials, sections: 02 - 06.

Choose the correct mapping for the following title (Parent Area and Job Area):

Vice President of IT

  • - Parent Area: IT / Computer / Electronics

    - Job Area: General Management

     

  • - Parent Area: IT / Computer / Electronics

    - Job Area: Graphic Design

  • - Parent Area: Engineering

    - Job Area: Computer Engineering

  • - Parent Area: Finance / Accounting

    - Job Area: Accounts Payable

Choose the correct mapping for the following title (Parent Area and Job Area):

Account Executive

  • - Parent Area: Manufacturing / Production / Operations

    - Job Area: Moldmaking / Casting

  • - Parent Area: Customer Support / Client Services

    - Job Area: Account Management

  • - Parent Area: Customer Support / Client Services

    - Job Area: Technical Support

  • - Parent Area: Advertisement and Marketing

    - Job Area: Direct Marketing

Choose the correct mapping for the following title (Parent Area and Job Area):

Casting Director

  • - Parent Area: Executives

    - Job Area: Chief Experience Officer

  • Casting Director can be assigned to a multiple Parent Areas or Job Functions. Because it is person who is looking for staff, actors, professionals, etc.

    .

  • - Parent Area: Advertising and Marketing

    - Job Area: Casting

  • - Parent Area: Human Resources

    - Job Area: Recruiting / Sourcing

Client Report Preparation View Sample

Hello, Client Reports exam will test your knowledge and understanding of Client Report Preparation. Do not rush, and read the questions thoroughly to ensure that you have understood exactly what is been asked from you. Good luck!

Campaign Criteria:

Job Titles:
CIO
CEO
CTO
IT Director
IT Manager
VP of IT
VP of Technology
Director of Technology
Manager Technology
Director of Networking
Manager, Networking
Sales/Marketing - Not Allowed
HR - Not Allowed
Business Operations - Not Allowed

Industry:
Healthcare only

Revenue:
$50mil-$2B 


Select all the leads which should be included into the Client Report for this campaign.

  • Answers 4, 6, 8 are correct

  • Title:
    Manager, System Contracting

    Industry:
    Healthcare

    Revenue:
    $1,000,000

  • Title:
    Customer Experience VP

    Industry:
    Healthcare

    Revenue:
    $3,390,800

  • Title:
    IT Manager

    Industry:
    Biotechnology

    Revenue:
    $52,000,000

  • Title:
    Director of IT

    Industry:
    Healthcare

    Revenue:
    $61,700,000

  • Title:
    CEO

    Industry:
    Higher Education

    Revenue:
    $1,000,000,000

  • Title:
    SVP of Information Technology

    Industry:
    Healthcare

    Revenue:
    $1,500,000,000

  • Title:
    COO

    Industry:
    Healthcare

    Revenue:
    $100,000,000 - $250,000,000

  • Title:
    Manager of Network

    Industry:
    Healthcare

    Revenue:
    $91,000,000

In the Client Report, the "companysize" column is the next to fill out. The Report Template requirements are the following:

1 - 9 - Not Allowed
10 - 99
100 - 999
1000 - 9999
10000+ - Not Allowed

Select all the scenarios with correct mapping for this campaign:

  • Values 10; 575; 250-500 from Verification List will be mapped to 10 - 99, 100 - 999 in the Client Report

  • Values 100-150; 4500; 15000 from Verification List will be mapped to 100 - 999, 1000 - 9999, 10000+ in the Client Report

  • Values 5; 350; 250-999; 8750 from Verification List will be mapped to 10-99, 100-999, 1000-9999 in the Client Report

  • Values 1001-5000;101 - 1000;656 will be mapped to 100 - 999, 1000 - 9999 in the Client Report.Values 12000 and 8 will not be included

  • Values 100-249; 3240; 100-199; 2617 will be mapped to 100 - 999, 1000 - 9999 in the Client Report

  • Answers 1, 4, and 5 are correct

In the Client Report, the "companyrevenues" column is the next to fill out. The Report Template and e-mail requirements for the Revenues are the following:

Less than $50MM
$51MM to $200MM
$201MM to $500MM
$500MM to $1B
More than $1B - Not Allowed

Select all the scenarios with correct mapping for this campaign:

  • Value $2,147,483,647 from Verification List will be mapped to "More than $1B" in the Client Report

  • Value $60,000,000-100,000,000 will be mapped to "$51MM to $200MM" in the Client Report. Value $1,000,000,000+ will not be included

  • Value $25MM will be mapped to "$51MM to $200MM" in the Client Report. Value $1,000,000,000+ will not be included

  • Value $100K will be mapped to "$51MM to $200MM" in the Client Report.

Email Etiquette View Sample

The Email Etiquette test is intended to be taken by candidates for entry-level positions requiring use of email. The material covers basic email usage and customary business etiquette. The goal of the test is to determine whether a candidate can use email independently and with common sense.

What should you do if you will not have access to your work e-mail while on a two-week vacation?

  • Nothing -- people will know you are away if you don't respond.
  • Have a co-worker check your e-mail and answer for you.
  • Leave an automatic response indicating that you will not be able to answer for the time you are away.
  • Bring a laptop computer with you and answer e-mail while on vacation.

What is not an appropriate use of company e-mail?

  • Sending long personal messages to family.
  • Sending solicitations for donations to your favorite charity.
  • Making personal on-line purchases.
  • All of the above.

What is not an appropriate use of company Internet services?

  • Downloading music.
  • Watching YouTube videos while on break.
  • Online shopping.
  • All of the above.

Computer Aptitude View Sample

The Computer Aptitude test is intended to be taken by candidates for intermediate to advanced positions requiring technical familiarity with computers and/or programming. The material covers verbal, numerical and logical reasoning, analytical skills, and basic computer concepts. The goal of the test is to determine whether a candidate has technical competency for technically-oriented tasks.

What is the next number in the series?

1 1 2 3 5 8 ___

  • 12
  • 13
  • 15
  • 16

Apple is to core in the same way as:

  • peach is to pit.
  • peel is to banana.
  • strawberry is to stem.
  • watermelon is to rind.

What is the decimal number 32 expressed in base 3?

  • 1002
  • 1222
  • 112
  • 1012

Microsoft Excel View Sample

The Microsoft Excel test is designed to measure the candidate's knowledge of Microsoft Excel. The test measures the candidate's knowledge of Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced Excel. Introductory questions cover the basic functions; Intermediate questions cover charts and formulas; and Advanced questions cover security, macros and modules.

An electronic spreadsheet is called a _____________.

  • Workbook
  • Databook
  • Numericsheet
  • Worksheet

Which of the following is not a type of number used in Excel?

  • Scientific
  • Fraction
  • Percentage
  • All are valid types of numbers

What is the name of the pre-designed, formatted files in Excel that help you create new worksheets quickly?

  • Layouts
  • Templates
  • Format sheets
  • Screens

Computer Literacy View Sample

The Computer Literacy test is designed to measure the candidate's general knowledge of computers. The test covers such topics as hardware, software, communications, networking, database management, system analysis and design, operations and general Internet knowledge.

Which of the following describe a complete computer system?

  • Input, processing and output
  • Input, processing, output and storage
  • Hardware, software, data, users and procedures
  • Communications

Which of the following is the part of a computer where data waiting to be processed is temporarily held?

  • CPU
  • Memory
  • Storage
  • File

Which of the following is 1,024 bytes?

  • megabyte
  • kilobyte
  • gigabyte
  • terabyte

Microsoft Office Literacy View Sample

The Microsoft Office Literacy test is designed to measure the candidate's basic knowledge of MS Office, specifically Word, Excel and PowerPoint. These three applications are considered productivity software and are essential for a typical business office environment.

You want to export fundraising figures as XML data using Excel. Which list arrow in the Save As dialog box do you select?

  • Save as type
  • Folder
  • File Name
  • Tools

When automatic calculation is turned off in Excel, what do you click to manually calculate?

  • Calculate Now
  • Autosum
  • Automatic except for Data Tables
  • Evaluate Formula

To apply an array to a function in Excel, what do you press after entering a formula?

  • CTRL+ALT+SHIFT
  • ALT+SHIFT+ENTER
  • CTRL+ENTER
  • CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER

Internet Knowledge & Literacy View Sample

The Internet Knowledge & Literacy is designed to measure the candidate's knowledge of the Internet navigation, Internet availability and Internet search techniques, as well as the candidate's general Internet literacy.

Which of the following is considered a global network of computers that share information and other resources?

  • Web
  • E-mail network
  • Internet
  • Intranet

Which of the following terms is used to refer to a computer that has a direct connection to the Internet?

  • Host
  • Hotspot
  • Protocol
  • Device

When a user connects to the Internet to access information and services, the user is considered to be ________.

  • connected
  • online
  • visible
  • offline

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