Business Writing

printer Printer Friendly Version

Appropriate For New Applicants
Existing Employees
Comprehensiveness Basic
Administration Time - 30 min
Format mouse icon
Scoring Options Internet icon
Language English
Legal in Canada? Canada Flag icon.

The Business Writing test measures a candidate’s knowledge of the principles of business writing. This test is designed for administrative professionals.

Job Family/Title: Administrative Professionals

Localizations Available: US English

Average Testing: Time 27 minutes

Time Allowed: 90 minutes

Maximum Number of Questions: 30

Number of Sittings: One

Designed for Unproctored Environment: Yes

Question Format: Multiple Choice - Computer Adaptive Testing (CAT) technology dynamically adjusts the test to the level of the test taker resulting in shorter test times, increased accuracy and enhanced security.

Product Category: Admin-Clerical

Test Topics

Business Letters
• Basic Structure
• Body
• Close, Signature, Notations, and Initials
• Letters That Get Results
• Reference Letters

Other Formats
• E-Mail
• Memos, Short Notes, & Faxes
• PowerPoint Presentations
• Proposals
• Reports, Business Plans

Principles of Organization
• Expressing Ideas
• Getting Started
• Miscellaneous
• Style, Mood, Active or Passive Voice, & Person

Rules of Grammar
• Miscellaneous
• Parts of Speech (adj,adv, etc.)
• Possessives
• Pronoun Use
• Punctuation
• Sentence Structure
• Subject-Verb Agreement
• Verb Usage

• Common Errors
• Plurals
• Simple & Compound Nouns
• Suffixes & Prefixes

Style & Tone
• Positive Communication
• Understanding Your Reader

• Homonyms, Antonyms, & Synonyms
• Jargon, Euphemisms, Overworked Words, & Slang
• Use of Dictionary, Thesaurus, & Spellchecker
• Words often Misused

For more information or a quotation for this product, please contact us: We're happy to provide sample questions, reports, or validity information if available for most of the titles that are showcased on this site.

Please be aware that, due to international law or Copyright restrictions, it is not always possible to provide samples of questionnaires or information that may constitute intellectual property, trade secrets, or other proprietary information.