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Common Law Contracts

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.

Litigation and Torts

The Litigation and Torts test is intended to be taken by attorneys with up to 7 years of practice experience. The test assesses general knowledge of the principles of the U.S. litigation system, the rules of procedure under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and general rules of state courts. The test also covers the substantive rules associated with the law of torts. The goal of this test is to provide a tool for the employer to determine how effective potential candidates will be in the workplace.

Legal Knowledge For Paralegals

The Legal Knowledge for Paralegals test will assess the basic substantive legal knowledge and elements of practice and procedure associated with the position of a paralegal. The test is intended for paralegals with 1 to 5 years of experience and 2 to 4 years of formal legal education.The intent of this test is to give an employer the ability to determine if a candidate will be effective in the position of paralegal.

Uniform Commercial Code

The Uniform Commercial Code test will assess the candidate's knowledge of Articles 2, 3 and 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) from both a theoretical and a practical perspective. The test is intended for attorneys with up to 7 years of experience. The test is intended to determine whether the candidate has a working knowledge of the terms and intent of the underlying rules, particularly as they relate to common law contracts. During the test, the candidate is not allowed to have a copy of the UCC to refer to.

Intellectual Property

The Intellectual Property test will evaluate the candidate's knowledge of both the substantive and procedural law as it relates to intellectual property. The test is intended for candidates with up to 7 years of attorney experience.

Business Organizations

The Business Organizations test will asses the candidate's knowledge of the various forms of business organizations. The forms of business covered in this test are: sole proprietorships, general partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability companies and corporations. The test also covers business creation, management, liability, government involvement and taxation. The test is intended to be taken by attorneys with up to 7 years of experience.

The Business Administrator

The following test reviews the competency and basic knowledge of a prospective Business Administrator. Additional audiences of this test may be the Office Manager or Administrator, the Billing Manager, the Accounting Clerk, the Purchasing Representative, or the Finance Administrator.

Motivation - How to Motivate Employees through Good HR Practice

The following test is aimed at reviewing the knowledge and skill level of the Human Resources Professional who is responsible for Employee Morale and Motivation. The HR Generalist, HR Director, and HR Manager are appropriate audiences for this test.

Media and Advertising Law

The Media and Advertising Law test will assess the candidate's knowledge of federal and state law as it applies to the media, advertising entities and individuals. The test is intended to be taken by attorneys with up to 7 years of practice experience.

The Human Resources Generalist

The following test will review the competency and knowledge of the Human Resources Generalist. This test would also be applicable for Human Resources Managers.

The Human Resources Manager

The following test will identify the level of competency and knowledge of the Human Resources Manager. Other audiences of this test may include the Senior Generalist or the Human Resources Director.

The Human Resources Recruiter

The folllowing test reviews the compentency and knowledge of the Human Resources Recruiter. Additonal audiences that may benefit from this test would be the Human Resources Generalist, the Human Resoures Manager, and the Human Resources Administrator.

Property Law

The Property Law test will assess the candidate's knowledge of law as it relates to real and personal property. The test covers general principles and Massachusetts specific law. The test is intended for attorneys with up to 7 years of experience.    

The Human Resources Secretary

The skills and knowledge of the Human Resources Secretary will be reviewed in this test. The target audience of this test would be the Human Resources Secretary, the Human Resources Administrative Assistant, the Human Resources Coordinator and/or the Junior Human Resources Generalist.

The Benefits Professional

The Benefits Professional will test and review the knowledge and competencies of an employee in a Benefits role. This test is appropriate for a Benefits Coordinator, Benefit Administrator, Benefits Secretary, or Benefits Manager.

Employment Law

The Employment Law test will assess the candidate's knowledge of the various areas of employment law. The test is intended to be taken by candidates with up to 7 years of experience as an attorney.

The Human Resources Professional and FMLA

The following will test the compentency of the Human Resources Professional and his or her understanding of the laws and regulations surrounding FMLA and the ability to administer FMLA in a competent manner.

Customer Support Representative

This test is intended to be taken by people with customer support/service skills at a Basic Level (1+ years) through Expert Level (5+ years). The test is designed to measure phone communication and problem-solving abilities required in all customer support/service positions. It also measure's an employee's temperament and philosophy in a customer service position.

Human Resources Professional and Worker's Compensation

The following will test the competency of the Human Resources professional in administering and understanding Worker's Compensation.

Knowledge and Skills of a Legal Secretary

The Knowledge and Skills of a Legal Secretary is intended for legal secretaries with up to 7 years of experience. The test covers legal knowledge, practical skills, research and writing skills.

PR Account Supervisor

This test is designed to determine the basic understanding of marketing and public relations principles as well as the basic knowledge of PR and Marketing terminology and definitions.

Legal Writing

The Legal Writing test will assess the candidate's knowledge of the basic, intermediate and advanced elements of legal writing. This test is intended to be taken by candidates with 2 to 4 years of legal administration education and up to 7 years of practical experience in a law office.

Crisis Communications

This test is for senior-level professionals who are college graduates and have 8+ years of real life experience in PR/marketing communications with an agency, company or organization. They also will have real life or coursework in crisis communications.

Accountant's Liability

The Accountant's Liability test will assess the candidate's knowledge of the various forms of legal liability faced by an accountant. The test is intended for candidates with up to 5 years of experience.

Web 2.0

This is a test of an individual's knowledge of Web 2.0 and its use in the development and execution of PR campaigns and everyday PR efforts. It's meant for someone who is applying for a position at any level where they will be working extensively with social media/networking.

PR Account Coordinator

This test is for an entry-level position. The individual should have some educational exposure, and possibly limited real-life experience, in marketing and public relations.

Media Relations/Knowledge of News Media

This is a test for an experienced PR professional to determine their knowledge of traditional news media, social media and media relations.

Press Materials/Press Conferences

This test is meant for the PR professional with solid experience working in all aspects of the industry.

PR Program & Campaign Development

This is a test for senior-level PR professionals who are responsible for program and campaign development, planning, management and execution. A good portion of the test focuses on social media, since this is now a significant portion of most PR and Marketing program development.

Special Event Planning and Production

This test is meant for a PR professional who will be required to know a great deal about special events -- from strategy/concept to planning and production. There are questions relating to social/networking media included in this test, since this type of media is a significant part of today's special events.

The Payroll Clerk

The following test reviews the competency and knowledge of the Payroll Clerk. Potential audiences of this test may be the Assistant Payroll Manager, the Finance Manager, or the Office Manager.

Interviewing Skills

The following test reviews the competency and knowledge of Recruiting Skills. Potential audiences of this test may be the HR Director, HR Manager, Benefits Manager, Recruiter, or HR Generalist.

The Office Manager

The following test reviews the competency and knowledge of an Office Manager. Potential audiences of this test may be the Office Manager, Business Manager, or Senior Executive Assistant.

The Professional Administrative Assistant

The following test reviews the competency and knowledge of the Administrative Assistant. Other potential audiences of this test may be an Executive Assistant or a Secretary.

Project Management

This test is intended to be taken by candidates who will be managing projects. The material covers the full project lifecycle from project initiation through planning, execution, monitoriing and closing down the project. The goal of the test is to measure project management candidates' practical knowledge of terminology, techniques, and general project management practices.

The Payroll Manager

The following test reviews the competency and knowledge of the Payroll Manager. Potential audiences of this test may be the the Payroll Manager, the Finance Manager, the Bookkeeper, the Payroll Assistant, the Payroll Clerk, or the Finance team member.

Basic English Skills

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.

English Spelling and Grammar

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.

Call Center Skills

The Call Center Skills test is intended to be taken by candidates for positions requiring basic to intermediate telephone and customer service skills. The material covers English usage, reasoning and analytical thinking, e-mail etiquette, basic computer skills and call center skills. The goal of the test is to determine whether a candidate has competency for interacting with customers by telephone in a call center.

Customer Service Skills

The Customer Service Skills test is intended to be taken by candidates with training for basic- to intermediate-level customer service positions. The material covers basic concepts and terms relating to customer service, as well as business etiquette and responses to common business situations. The goal of the test is to determine whether a candidate has competency for positions that require customer interaction.

Email Etiquette

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.

English Punctuation and Mechanics

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

General Business Writing Skills

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.  

Analytical Skills

The Analytical Skills test is intended to be taken by candidates for intermediate- to advanced-level positions requiring analytical ability. The material covers verbal, logical and analytical reasoning. The goal of the test is to determine whether a candidate has analytical reasoning skills.

Computer Aptitude

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.

Telephone Etiquette

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

Management Skills

The Management Skills test is intended to be taken by candidates with some formal training for intermediate management positions. The material covers basic management concepts and terms, as well as responses to common business situations. The goal of the test is to determine whether a candidate has competency for tasks involving personnel and company management.

English Speaking and Pronunciation

The English Speaking and Pronunciation test is intended to be taken by candidates for entry level positions requiring the ability to communicate with spoken English. The material covers basic pronunciation. The goal of the test is to determine whether a candidate can communicate in English with a basic level of clarity.  

Basic Numerical Skills

The Basic Numerical Skills test is intended to be taken by candidates for positions requiring basic math skills. The material covers simple numerical calculation, estimation and word problems.

Basic Numerical and Verbal Skills

The Basic Numerical and Verbal Skills test is intended to be taken by candidates for entry-level administrative positions. The material covers simple arithmetic, common English usage, and reading comprehension. The goal of the test is to determine whether a candidate has the skills to perform basic administrative tasks.

English Proofreading Skills

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.

Verbal Skills

The Verbal Skills test is intended to be taken by candidates for entry-level administrative positions. The material covers basic to intermediate English usage, reading and comprehension. The goal of the test is to determine whether a candidate has basic English language competency for administrative tasks.

Workplace Skills

The Workplace Skills test is intended to be taken by candidates for entry- to intermediate-level administrative positions. The material covers simple arithmetic, basic English usage and comprehension, attention to detail, concentration and abstract thinking. The goal of the test is to determine whether a candidate has competency in the range of skills necessary for the workplace.

Microsoft Word

The Microsoft Word test is intended to be taken by candidates with Microsoft Word knowledge at basic, intermediate and advanced levels. The test is designed to measure the understanding of the most important topics in MS Word, and familiarity with the basic functions of the software such as formatting, column and margin setting, macros, mail merge, etc.

Microsoft Excel

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.

Sales Skills

The Sales Skills test is intended to be taken by candidates with basic knowledge of sales (1-3 year of experience). The test is designed to measure the candidate's understanding of successful sales representative's characteristics, knowledge of general sales terminology, and knowledge of the various steps involved in the sales process.

Sales Manager

The Sales Manager test is intended to be taken by people with a basic knowledge of leading a sales organization and implementing various strategies with the sales force to generate sales (3-5 years of experience). The test is designed to measure a successful sales manager's leadership qualities and their knowledge of the various steps they need to take to manage a sales force.

Sales Aptitude

The Sales Aptitude test is intended to be taken by candidates with basic knowledge of sales with up to 3 years of experience. The test is designed to determine if the candidate has the characteristics of a successful sales professional, and to measure their knowledge of general sales terminology and the sales process.

Personality Profile/Inventory

The Personality Profile test is designed to evaluate the candidate's personality based on five traits: Openness to Experience - appreciation for art, emotion, adventure, unusual ideas, curiosity, and variety of experience Conscientiousness - a tendency to show self-discipline, act dutifully, and aim for achievement; planned rather than spontaneous behaviorExtroversion - energy, positive emotions, and the tendency to seek stimulation in the company of others Agreeableness - a tendency to be compassionate and cooperative rather than suspicious and antagonistic towards others Neuroticism - a tendency to experience unpleasant emotions easily, such as anger, anxiety, depression, or vulnerability

CRM Systems and Salesforce

The CRM Systems and Salesforce test is intended to be taken by candidates with basic knowledge of Customer Relationship Management systems (1-3 years of experience). The test is designed to measure the candidate's knowledge of basic CRM principles, basics of implementing CRM systems, the characteristics of CRM systems, and of the basic attributes of a Salesforce CRM system.

Honesty, Integrity, and Ethics

The Honesty, Integrity and Ethics test is designed to measure the candidate's level of honesty and their ethical standards. The score in the Honesty scale will indicate how honest the candidate is. The score in the Ethics scale will indicate whether or not the candidate has strong ethical standards. The score in the Integrity scale will indicate whether the candidate has strong moral principles.

Microsoft PowerPoint

The Microsoft PowerPoint test is intended to be taken by candidates with PowerPoint knowledge at Introductory level (up to 1 year of experience) through Advanced level (5+ years of experience). The test is designed to measure the candidate's understanding of the most important topics in PowerPoint and their familiarity in creating PowerPoint presentations.

Microsoft Access

The Microsoft Access test is intended to be taken by candidates with MS Access knowledge at the Introductory level (up to 1 year of experience) through Advanced level (5+ years of experience). The test is designed to measure understanding of the most important topics in MS Access and familiarity with creation of Access tables, queries, forms, reports, macros and modules.

Optimal Working Environment

The Optimal Working Environment test is designed to determine what kind of working environment the candidate prefers and is best suited to work in. The test measures the candidate's working environment preferences in terms of six factors that can be described as follows: Pace - measures whether the candidate prefers to work in a fast-paced or slow-paced environment Collaboration - measures if the candidate prefers to work in groups or alone Communication Style - measures whether the candidate prefers communicating in person or via phone/email Formality - measures whether the candidate prefers to work in a formal or informal environment Organization - measures whether or not the candidate prefers to work in an organized environment Decision Making and Leadership - measures whether the candidate enjoys decision-making freedom and has leadership skills.

Computer Literacy

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.

Microsoft Office Literacy

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.

CSS

The CSS test is designed to measure the candidate's knowledge on Cascade Styling Sheets at the basic and intermediate levels.

HTML & CSS

The HTML & CSS test is designed to measure the candidate's knowledge of basic and intermediate topics in both HTML and CSS.

Internet Knowledge & Literacy

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.

Network Security

The Network Security test is designed to measure the candidate's knowledge and understanding of simple to intermediate network security.

Spanish-to-English Translation

The Spanish-to-English Translation test measures the candidate's abilities in accurately expressing business-related Spanish terms in English. The test measures such sub-components as grammar, syntax, accentuation and basic translation.

Networking Concepts

The Networking Concepts test is intended to measure the candidate's knowledge of basic, intermediate and advanced concepts in Networking.

PHP

The PHP test is designed to assess the candidate's knowledge of and experience with the PHP scripting language. The test will cover all aspects of PHP from the basic comparison and arithmetic operators to inheritance and polymorphism. The goal of the test is to take stock of the candidate's practical knowledge of PHP and understanding of general programming concepts. All questions on this test are related to PHP versions 5.0 and above.

English-to-Spanish Translation

The English-to-Spanish Translation test examines the candidate's knowledge of English-to-Spanish translation of commonly used business terms and phrases.

Business Math

This test is composed of multiple choice questions covering the basics of Business Mathematics. This test is appropriate for positions that involve responsibilities relating to pricing, sales, basic accounting, and other tasks at the basic math level.

Data Entry

The following test reviews the aptitude and knowledge of an applicant to type quickly and efficiently. Potential audiences of this test may be the Data Entry Clerk, Office Assistant, Receptionist...

Microsoft Excel Basic

The Microsoft Excel Basic test is designed to measure the candidate's knowledge of Microsoft Excel. The test measures the candidate's knowledge of Excel Introductory. Introductory questions cover the basic functions as well as a few formulas.

Data Entry - Numerical

The Data Entry Numerical test is designed to test the ability to enter numbers and symbols into a computer database both quickly and accurately. This assignment is perfect for any data entry position.  

Practice Questions for all tests

This test consists of 2 practice questions and will be used prior to the beginning of each of the real tests. This 'practice questions' test will provide the candidate with the opportunity to work with TestUp system before starting the test. 

Client Report Preparation

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!

Understanding of Titles and Industries

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

Lead Verification Exam

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!

General Test

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. 

Pre-Test Exam for Dev. Team

The following short exam will test your knowledge in various programming subjects.

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