Computer Career Assessment Test
To evaluate the capability and aptitude of an individual to aid in the decision on choosing a computer-related career.
This test is ideal for evaluating the potential of candidates with or without prior computer experience. It measures the following criteria:
Logic and analytical skills required for problem solving (very basic programming aptitude)
Ability for procedure creation
Ability to use word processing packages
Ability to use a numeric keyboard to solve common mathematical problems
Ability to follow instructions, manipulate text, and locate and correct grammatical errors
Ability to manipulate graphic images and comprehend written commands
Interpretation of specifications of the type found in vendor manuals
Ability to work accurately and rapidly
Ability to sustain concentration and solve in-depth problems
Attention to detail
The test requires only clerical supervision to administer. Once begun, it is self-instructive for candidates, requiring 1 hour and 30 minutes to complete.
Author: Bruce A. Winrow
Date introduced: 2000
Administration time: 1 hour and 30 minutes
Booklet and Internet versions available
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