General Clerical Grammar & Spelling

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Appropriate For New Applicants
Existing Employees
Comprehensiveness Basic
Administration Time - 30 min
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Scoring Options Internet icon
Language English
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The General Clerical Grammar assessment measures the candidate's ability to correctly use the various parts of speech in written communication. The General Clerical Grammar assessment covers subject-verb agreement, sentence structure, and punctuation.

The General Clerical Spelling multiple choice assessment identifies the candidate's ability to identify correctly spelled words in written communication. The General Clerical Spelling multiple-choice assessment covers plurals, prefixes, suffixes, abbreviations, and common errors.

The General Clerical Spelling short answer assessment identifies the candidate's ability to correctly spell words in written communication. The General Clerical Spelling short answer assessment covers plurals, prefixes, suffixes, abbreviations, and common errors.

Time Allowed: 10 min time limit/20 for Grammar
Number of Questions: 30
Questions per Skill Level: 10 Beginning, 10 Intermediate, 10 Advanced
Number of Sittings: One
Designed for Unproctored Environment: Yes
Question Format: Multiple Choice
Product Category: Clerical

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Competencies Measured

Test Topics Questions / Topic

Adverb Clauses - 1
Auxiliary Verbs - 2
Basic Sentence Elements - 3
Conditionals - 1
Misplaced and Dangling Modifiers - 1
Parts of Speech - 4
Pronoun Usage - 4
Pronoun Usage - 2
Punctuation - 3
Punctuation - 2
Sentence Fragments / Run-on - 1
Subject-Verb Agreement - 2
Verb Tenses - 1
Verb Tenses - 1
Verb Tenses - 1
Who, Whom, Whoever, and Whomever - 1


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