Office Procedures (US)

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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 Office Procedures (U.S.) test measures a candidate’s knowledge of typical administrative and support activities performed in offices today. Designed for all support and administrative professionals, this test covers the following topics: Computer, Correspondence, Customer Service, Filing, Organization, Proofreading, Scheduling, and Telephone Techniques.

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.

Category: Admin-Clerical
Max # of Questions: 30
Max Time Allowed: 3 Minutes Per Question
Test Length: Approximate Completion Time: 18 Minutes
Dimensions: Office Procedures

Test Topics


• Envelopes / Addresses
• Faxing
• General
• Letters / Memos / Forms
• Mail
• Minutes
• Outlines
• Proofreading Techniques
• Reports / Footnotes
• Reports/Footnotes

Customer Service

• Conflict Resolution
• General
• Irate Customers
• Manners


• Alphabetic Filing
• Geographic Filing
• Numeric Filing
• Subject Filing
• Techniques / Rules
• Techniques/Rules


• Arithmetic / Subtraction
• Arithmetic/Subtraction
• Division/Multiplication
• Financial Responsibilities
• Messages / Follow Up
• Prioritization
• Time Management

Reading Comprehension

• Case Agreement
• Charts and Graphs
• E-mail
• Grammar Within a Sentence
• Proofreading Marks
• Proofreading Techniques


• Agendas
• Appointments
• Meeting / Conferences
• Meeting/Conferences
• Travel


• General
• General Computer
• General Office
• Within a Sentence

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