Office Clerk Test Assesssment
The primary responsibilities of any office clerk are as follows:
The ability to communicate both orally and in writing is a key skill required of office clerks. The office clerks answer the phone and greet clients warmly. Some office clerks also compose basic correspondence on behalf of their employers.
Office clerks should be comfortable with calendar and scheduling programs, as well as database, spreadsheet, word processing, e-mail and desktop publishing applications. They also need to be skilled at data entry.
Office clerks need to possess a variety of general office skills, including the ability to file, make photocopies, post outgoing mail, sort and distribute incoming mail, sign for deliveries and send faxes. They also must be able to take detailed phone messages and keep accurate paper and electronic records. In some offices, clerks take dictation and transcribe notes, as well as keep track of office supplies and order new ones as necessary. Other duties of an office clerk might include arranging travel for other office workers.
In certain office settings, office clerks might take on more advanced or complicated tasks involving basic bookkeeping. In these instances, office clerks might need to be able to keep records for payroll, make out paychecks or take inventory. If they're being asked to supervise other employees, office clerks also might need some managerial skills.
KEY SKILLS REQUIRED:
READING COMPREHENSION - Verbal Reasoning
ORAL COMPREHENSION - Verbal Ability
COMMUNICATING WITH SUPERVISORS, PEERS, OR SUBORDINATES - Logical Reasoning
NUMERIC ABILITY - Quantitative Aptitude
Verbal ability is essential because grammar and vocabulary is a prerequisite for good spoken and written English.
Reading comprehension indicates ability to comprehend and reason with the concepts in a written page.
Quantitative ability will indicate analytical thinking and problem solving ability.
Logical Reasoning is assessed through
• Cause /Effect and
• Statement/Fact questions
These questions will indicate the quality of deductive reasoning and inductive reasoning which contribute to Critical thinking ability.
This pre-employment test is useful for hiring:
- Office Clerk
Test Details: 33 Questions 40 minutes
Verbal Ability - 08 Questions 08 minutes
Verbal Reasoning - 08 Questions 13 minutes
Quantitative Aptitude - 08 Questions 08 minutes
Logical Reasoning - 09 Questions 12 minutes
Office Clerk Test
Question #1 of 3
Direction to Solve
In the following questions, two statements numbered I and II are given. There may be cause and effect relationship between the two statements. These two statements may be the effect of the same cause or independent causes. These statements may be independent causes without having any relationship. Read both the statements and mark your answer
1. There is increase in water level of all the water tanks supplying drinking water to the city during the last fortnight.
2. Most of the trains were cancelled last week due to water-logging on the tracks.
Statement I is the cause and statement II is its effect
Statement II is the cause and statement I is its effect
Both the statements I and II are independent causes
Both the statements I and II are effects of independent causes
Both the statements I and II are effects of some common cause
Question #2 of 3
Serving on a jury is an important obligation of citizenship.
Many companies allow their employees paid leaves of absence to serve on juries.
What does the second sentences do?
It reinforces what is stated in the first.
It explains what is stated in the first.
The second expands on the first.
It draws a conclusion about what is stated in the first.
Question #3 of 3
Knowledge of another language fosters greater awareness of cultural diversity among the peoples of the world.
Individuals who have foreign language skills can appreciate more readily other peoples’ values and ways of life.
How are the two sentences related?
They contradict each other.
The present problems and solutions.
They establish a contrast.
They repeat the same idea.
|Candidate Name: David Messi||Test Date: 28-May-2014|
|Test Name: Office Clerk Test||Test Start Time: 13.30|
Score: 7 Out Of 10
|Tolerable Limit||Not acceptable|
|Gender :||Male||Phone Number :||+1-541-754-3010|
|Total Experience (Years) :||3||Total Experience (Months) :||5|
|Skill Set :||Writing Skills||Current Employer :||Interview Mocha|
|Current Job Title :||Solution Architect||Current Salary :||600.00|
|Expected Salary :||1000000.00||Current Location :||Chicago|
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