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Assessment (Remote Team) View Sample

This exam will test your knowledge of Phone Verification Process  

Answer the question below:

Which of the two options has more priority: CD or Customer Support?

  • CD

  • Customer Support

Answer the question below:

How to spell out the abbreviation "CC"?

  • Company Confirmed

  • Contact Confirmed

  • Contact Comment 

Choose the right status for the next case:

Required GEO - the USA, the operator told the lead is in the Puerto Rico office and transferred to his voicemail.

 

  • Reject by Country/ GEO + CC status

  • LC (direct/transferred)

  • LC (operator/not transferred)

  • NWC/ invalid phone

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 for Training Team Kharkiv 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 Function):

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 Function):

CEO

  • - Parent Area: Finance / Accounting

    - Job Area: Client Expenses Officer

  • - Parent Area: Executives

    - Job Area: Chief Experience Officer

  • - Parent Area: Executives

    - Job Area: Chief Executive Officer

  • - Parent Area: IT / Computer / Electronics

    - Job Area: Computer Engineering Operations

Which of the following leads fit the campaign criteria below:

Company Size: 1,000+;

Industry: Higher Education, Telecommunication, Retail;

Job Function: IT, Executives, Engineering;

Job Level: Manager+.

  • - Company Size: 5,001-10,000

    - Industry: Retail and Wholesale

    - Title: Development Staff

  • - Company Size: 100-500

    - Industry: Telecom

    - Title: Facilities Services Manager

  • - Company Size: 3,001-5,000

    - Industry: Telecommunications

    - Title: Network Systems Manager

  • - Company Size: 2,500

    - Industry: Telecommunications

    - Title: Software Developer

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 the Accepted Revenue range for the company is between 50 million USD and 2 billion USD.

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

 

Based on your judgment, 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 not more than 10%.

  • If do not know

  • 2.2 billion is higher than 2 billion, meaning the company has a better financial performance than required even by the campaign criteria. I would mark this lead as questionable. (Q2 or Q3 ov_status)

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:

Duplicates - are different contacts, but from the same company which is listed in the database twice or more times.

  • TRUE

  • FALSE

Pilot Test LV Test View Sample

Dear Applicant, The mission of this test is to determine the quality of your knowledge in Industries, Titles, and General verification rules. Good luck!

If there are two different countries on the Lead`s LinkedIn profile, should you continue the verification?

  • Yes anyway

  • Yes, if one of the two countries is still acceptable by the Requirements

  • No anyway

What is the level for the ‘Deputy Head’ title?

  • Manager

  • Sr. Director

  • VP

  • Employee

Can the title ‘Chief Technology Officer’ with empty profile be accepted as an IT professional, if the client requires IT-related leads only?

  • Yes, if lead`s company is not Machinery or Healthcare

  • Yes anyway

  • No anyway

Basic English Skills View Sample

The Basic English Skills Test is intended to be taken by candidates for entry- to intermediate-level administrative positions. The material covers English punctuation and sentence structure. The goal of the test is to determine whether a candidate has competency for tasks requiring basic use of written English.

Which of the following sentences is not punctuated correctly?

  • I need you to pick up four crates each of apples, oranges, and pears; several boxes of cheese, butter, and milk; and my dog.
  • Will, my dog, barked for two hours, before finally calming down.
  • We want three qualities in our cat: loyalty, affection, and purring.
  • All of the above are punctuated correctly.

Indicate the proper punctuation for the blank space in the following sentence:

Many drivers missed the turn in Idaho ____ most likely because they can't pay attention through all those boring miles.

  • Semicolon (;)
  • Colon (:)
  • Comma (,)
  • No punctuation needed.

Which of the following sentences uses semicolons and/or commas correctly?

  • I ordered dog food; cat food; and chew toys from the pet store in Chicago, apples and oranges from the grocery in Columbus, Ohio, and tape; pencils; and chalk from the stationery store in Los Angeles.
  • I ordered dog food, cat food, and chew toys from the pet store; in Chicago, apples and oranges; from the grocery in Columbus, Ohio; and tape, pencils, and chalk from the stationery store in Los Angeles.
  • I ordered dog food, cat food, and chew toys from the pet store in Chicago; apples and oranges from the grocery in Columbus, Ohio; and tape, pencils, and chalk from the stationery store in Los Angeles.
  • I ordered dog food, cat food, and chew toys from the pet store in Chicago, apples and oranges from the grocery in Columbus, Ohio; and tape, pencils, and chalk from the stationery store in Los Angeles.

English Spelling and Grammar View Sample

The English Spelling and Grammar test is intended to be taken by candidates for intermediate to advanced level positions requiring frequent use of English writing and communications skills. The material covers English spelling, punctuation, grammar and sentence structure. The goal of the test is to determine whether a candidate has competency for tasks requiring use of written English.

Choose the series of adjectives and adverbs that best completes the following sentence:

The _____ people are inconvenienced when the ____ of these ten policy options is chosen, and only if the _____ extreme of the two financial plans is eliminated.

  • fewest, better, more
  • fewest, best, most
  • fewer, best, most
  • least, best, most

Choose the series of adjectives and adverbs that best completes the following sentence:

The helium-____ balloon rose ____ into the sky, then disappeared into the ____ clouds.

  • full, quickly, silent
  • filled, quick, silent
  • filled, quickly, silently
  • filled, quickly, silent

Choose the series of adjectives and adverbs that best completes the following sentence:

The ____ taste was _______ caused by mold in the food.

  • awful, clear
  • terrible, obvious
  • terribly, obviously
  • awful, obviously

General Business Writing Skills View Sample

The General Business Writing Skills test is intended to be taken by candidates for positions that require the writing of business letters and reports. The material covers the form and structure of business communications, grammar, sentence structure, punctuation and mechanics. The goal of the test is to determine whether a candidate has competency for tasks requiring use of written English in business communications.  

If possible, it is better to use gender-neutral terms in business writing?

  • Yes
  • No

Which item should not be included in the heading section of a memo?

  • The date
  • The recipient's name and title
  • The subject
  • The summary of required action

Which should not be used in a business memo?

  • Paragraphs without indentation
  • Bullet points
  • Section headings
  • Double spacing

English Proofreading Skills View Sample

The English Proofreading Skills test is intended to be taken by candidates for positions requiring proofreading skills or the use of proper written English. The material covers English punctuation, grammar, mechanics, sentence structure and spelling, as well as attention to detail in reading text. The goal of the test is to determine whether a candidate has competency for tasks requiring use of written English.

Compare the manuscript copy to the answer choices and identify the line that contains an error.

MANUSCRIPT:

Johnson, Thomas T.; 234 Oak St., Columbus, Ohio 03875

Gillyoung, Beth W.; 43785 Shady Brook Lane, Lansing, MI 78857

Kane, Carole A.; 4267-A Hedgehog Avenue, Santa Fe, NM 94875

Lightfoot, John J.; 249 Apt. #3 Penny Boulevard, Carson City, NV 30687

Munge, Ralph H.; 74967 Prickly Pear Road, Reno, NV 30688

  • Johnson, Thomas T.; 234 Oak St., Columbus, Ohio 03875

  • Gillyoung, Beth W.; 43785 Shady Brook Lane, Lansing, MI 78857

  • Kane, Carole A.; 4267-A Hedgehog Avenue, Santa Fe, NM 94875

  • Munge, Ralph H.; 74967 Prickly Pear Road, Reno, NV 30687

Which phrase is capitalized incorrectly?

  • A Boston terrier

  • the twenty-first century

  • fighting world war II

  • the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Insert the correct sequence of words or phrases in the following sentence.

Physicists discovered that the ________ ________ of the Pauli exclusion _______ was to ________ the configuration of electrons in an atom.

  • principle/effect/principal/affect

  • principal/affect/principle/effect

  • principal/effect/principle/affect

  • principle/affect/principal/effect

Common Law Contracts View Sample

This test is intended to be taken by an attorney with up to 7 years of practice experience. It will examine the test taker's knowledge of common law contracts, both from the perspective of substantive law and practical application. The goal of this test is to provide the employer with a tool to measure the candidate's ability to perform in the workplace.

Bob offers to sell Mary a car for $4,000. Jenn hears Bob's offer and says, "I accept your offer."

  • Jenn cannot accept Bob's offer because it was not made to her.
  • Jenn's acceptance was valid and a legal, enforceable contract results.
  • The offer has not been communicated to the offeree.
  • This is not an offer.

Al says to Bob, "I owe you $500." Bob accepts. Has a valid offer been made by Al?

  • Yes, Al's words constitute an offer as they express the clear manifestation to enter into a contract.
  • No, Al's words merely constitute the acknowledgement of a debt.
  • Yes, Al's words could only be construed as constituting an offer.
  • None of the above.

Bob offers to sell Mary his car for $3,000. Prior to Mary's acceptance Bob dies. What is the result?

  • Because Bob directed a valid offer to Mary, she has the power of acceptance and therefore can still accept Bob's offer.
  • Bob's offer is terminated upon his death.
  • Mary can still accept Bob's offer because Bob's heirs can administer the contract.
  • An offer can be terminated by revocation prior to acceptance but not by death of the offeror.

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