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Accounting Skills Tests

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Accounting Terminology-Advanced

The subject being tested is accounting terminology for individuals that are quite familiar with accounting and have worked with client data for at least two years. It is not applicable to individuals who are not familiar with the process of producing a financial statement. The topics covered are financial statement terms, payroll terms, basic accounting terms, and general ledger terms.

Accounting Terminology-Basic

This test assesses the candidate's knowledge of Accounting Terminology and is for individuals that are familiar with accounting and have worked with client data for at least a year. It is not applicable to individuals who are not familiar with the process of producing a financial statement. The topics covered are financial statement terms, payroll terms, basic accounting terms, and general ledger terms.

Accounts Payable

The Accounts Payable assessment tests the knowledge of an accounts payable clerk or an office associate that has a subsidiary duty in the processing of Accounts Payable. This includes the processing of invoices, purchase orders, and checks. This test primarily focuses on the basic accounting concepts used in the processing of Accounts Payable.

Accounts Receivable

The Accounts Receivable assessment is designed for an Accounts Receivable Clerk Position. Topics include A/R Principles, Credit to Customer, Invoice/Billing Concepts, Journal Entries, Cash Flow, Applying Payments, and Collections.

Accounts Receivable - Canadian

The Canadian Accounts Receivable test is designed to evaluate the efficacy of the test taker in performing Accounts Receivable functions in Canada. The test primarily focuses on calculating fees, customer account analyses, and handling disputes and discrepancies.

ADP Payroll

ADP - Payroll puts a comprehensive and easy-to-use payroll solution right on the company PC - and supports you with industry-leading software and the system support specialist, allowing the employer to run the payroll process from the company office. ADP payroll processes what the company transmits to them as a matter of payroll information, such as hours worked, payroll periods and employee information in order to generate checks, payroll taxes reports and payroll forms.

The ADP Payroll Knowledge test focuses primarily on running the ADP payroll system. Those using ADP Payroll should know principles of payroll, such as wages calculation, methods of payments, payroll deductions, statutory and voluntary deductions, tax depositing and filing and year-end reporting in addition to the ADP system.

This test is appropriate to administer to people with one or two years experience in payroll and knowledge of ADP Payroll for Windows functions. With some experience in filing and depositing taxes, labor laws, including but not limited to wages compensation, anybody can run successfully the ADP Payroll system from start a new cycle to year end reports.

AUS Bookkeeping

This is the Australian version of the Bookkeeping test. 
The Bookkeeping test measures clerical level bookkeeping skills. Among the topics herein are basic bookkeeping principles, including debits and credits, assets, liabilities and balancing petty cash.  This test is designed for clerical workers and administrative assistants who do some bookkeeping as part of their job responsibilities. The Bookkeeping test is not designed to test full charge bookkeepers.

AUS-NZ Accounts Payable

The Australian Accounts Payable assessment tests the knowledge of an accounts payable clerk or an office associate that has a subsidiary duty in the processing of Accounts Payable. This includes the processing of invoices, purchase orders and cash flow. This test primarily focuses on the basic accounting concepts used in the processing of Accounts Payable.

AUS-NZ Accounts Receivable

The Australian Accounts Receivable assessment is designed for an Accounts Receivable Clerk Position. Topics include A/R Principles, Credit to Customer, Invoice/Billing Concepts, Cheques, Applying Payments and Collections.

AUS-NZ Advanced Accounting

The Australian Advanced Accounting test is designed to screen applicants of approximately three to five years experience in accounting. It covers the areas of Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, General Ledger, Financial Analysis, Cost Accounting, and Auditing. Without focusing on a specific software package, the test attempts to focus upon skills used by an accountant in the work environment, and less on the general ledger equivalent of each entry that one would find in an academic test.

AUS-NZ General Acccounting

The Australian General Accounting assessment is designed to thoroughly test a candidate's level of knowledge of Accounting principles, concepts, and terminology. This test is aimed at basic office accounting personnel, clerks with 1 to 2 years experience, new accounting graduates, and financial accounting personnel. Its coverage ranges from basic accounting principles such as debits, credits, and adjusting entries to more advanced accounting, such as financial statements, investing, and taxation.

AUS-NZ MYOB Accounting Plus

This MYOB Accounting Plus assessment is designed to measure general skills and knowledge of a user to create invoices, purchase orders, manage inventory and generally operate a small business using MYOB. Tasks include setting up MYOB for chart of accounts, balances, cards, inventory, purchasing, selling, invoicing, payments, reconciliation, reports, and business activity statements. The assessment measures the test taker’s ability to manage common day-to-day business events using various tools within the software and is appropriate for beginners to one year of experience.

Advanced Accounting

The Advanced Accounting test is designed to screen applicants of approximately three to five years experience in accounting. It covers the areas of Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, General Ledger, Financial Analysis, Cost Accounting, and Auditing. Without focusing on a specific software package, the test attempts to focus upon skills used by an accountant in the work environment, and less on the general ledger equivalent of each entry that one would find in an academic test.

Bookkeeping - Professional

The Bookkeeping - Professional assessment measures the test taker's capabilities as a full-charge Bookkeeper. The candidate should be able to pay bills, track receivables, process payroll in full, post journal entries, and maintain a company's books and basic financial statements. Topics include Accounting Principles, Accounts Payable/Coding, Accounts Receivable/Billing, Bank Reconciliation, Depreciation, Financial Statements, Payroll Posting, Closing, and Journal Entries.

Business Income Tax

This test for Business Income Tax is designed to determine the level of tax and accounting knowledge of the test taker. Many of the questions are basic in nature and should be easily handled by someone with as little as one year's experience in the area. Other questions are more detailed and are targeted to those test takers with more experience and who may be pursuing a professional qualification in this area. Topics include Assets, Business Use, Deductions, Inventory, Property, Self-Employment, and Taxes.

Canadian Accounts Payable

The Canadian Accounts Payable test is designed to evaluate the efficacy of an individual in performing functions often associated with Accounts Payable in Canada. The test primarily focuses on coding, payment terms and calculating discounts.

Canadian Accounts Receivable

The Canadian Accounts Receivable test is designed to evaluate the efficacy of the test taker in performing Accounts Receivable functions in Canada. The test primarily focuses on calculating fees, customer account analyses, and handling disputes and discrepancies.

Canadian Advanced Accounting

The Advanced Accounting test is designed to screen applicants of approximately three to five years experience in accounting in Canada. It covers the areas of Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, General Ledger, Financial Analysis, Cost Accounting, and Auditing. Without focusing on a specific software package, the test attempts to focus upon skills used by an accountant in the work environment, and less on the general ledger equivalent of each entry that one would find in an academic test.

Canadian Bookkeeping - Professional

The Bookkeeping - Professional assessment measures the test taker's capabilities as a full-charge Bookkeeper. The candidate should be able to pay bills, track receivables, process payroll in full, post journal entries, and maintain a company's books and basic financial statements. Topics include Accounting Principles, Accounts Payable/Coding, Accounts Receivable/Billing, Bank Reconciliation, Depreciation, Financial Statements, Payroll Posting, Closing, and Journal Entries.

Canadian General Accounting

The General Accounting assessment is designed to thoroughly test a candidate's level of knowledge of Accounting principles, concepts, and terminology. This test is aimed at Basic office accounting personnel, clerks with 1 to 2 years experience, new accounting graduates, and financial accounting personnel. Its coverage ranges from basic accounting principles such as debits, credits, adjusting entries to more advanced accounting, such as financial statements, investing, and operating activities.

Canadian Payroll

The Canadian Payroll test is designed to assess the skill level of the test taker in payroll preparation and principles. It covers many areas including payroll cycle, payroll accounting, payroll regulation, vacation pay, bonus deduction, payroll document, and internal controls. This test is appropriate to administer to those intending to work in a Canadian payroll environment. Tests for Canadian Account Payable and Canadian Accounts Receivable are also available.

Corporate Tax Accounting

The Corporate Tax Accounting test is designed to determine the tax and accounting ability of a candidate who is seeking employment in this field. Many of the questions are basic in nature and should be easily handled by someone with as little as one year's experience in the area. Some of the other questions are more detailed and involved and are targeted to those candidates with more experience who may be pursuing a professional qualification in this area.

Cost Accounting

This Cost Accounting test covers most of the major areas of costing including Process Costing and Standard Costing. This assessment covers the cost accounting subject matter of which candidates with as little as 6 months experience should be aware. More advanced level topics are included to determine those candidates with more experience as well as those who are pursuing a professional qualification in Managerial Accounting. Specific topics covered include, but are not limited to; product costing, general costs, manufacturing costs and break even points.

French Canadian Accounts Payable

Le test des comptes créditeurs canadiens vise à évaluer l'efficacité d'une personne dans l'exercice de ses fonctions souvent associées aux comptes créditeurs au Canada. Le test met l'emphase sur le codage, les modalités de paiement et le calcul des remises.

French Canadian Accounts Receivable

Le test sur les comptes clients canadiens vise à évaluer l'efficacité d'une personne à exécuter des fonctions reliées aux comptes clients au Canada. Le test met principalement l'emphase sur le calcul des frais, les analyses des comptes clients et la gestion des conflits et des écarts.

French Canadian Advanced Accounting

Le test de comptabilité avancée est conçu pour examiner les candidats ayant approximativement trois à cinq années d'expérience en comptabilité. Il couvre le domaine des comptes fournisseurs, comptes clients, la paie, la comptabilité générale, l'analyse financière, la comptabilité analytique et la vérification comptable. Sans s'appuyer sur un progiciel particulier, ce test tente de se concentrer davantage sur les compétences utilisées par un comptable dans son environnement de travail, et moins sur l'équivalent de chaque écriture que l'on pourrait trouver dans un test universitaire, dans le grand livre général.

French Canadian Bookkeeping - Professional

La Tenue des comptes - Niveau professionnel permet d'évaluer les capacités d'un candidat qui passe le test en tant qu'aide-comptable bénéficiant d'une entière responsabilité. Le candidat doit être capable de payer les factures, d'assurer le suivi des créances, de gérer la paie dans son intégralité, d'imputer les écritures du journal, de tenir à jour les documents comptables de la société et les états financiers de base. Les domaines abordés comprennent les principes comptables, les comptes fournisseurs/l'imputation, les comptes clients/la facturation, le rapprochement bancaire, l'amortissement, les états financiers, l'imputation de la paie, la clôture et les écritures du journal.

French Canadian General Accounting

L'évaluation en Comptabilité générale est conçue pour tester, de manière approfondie, le niveau de connaissances du candidat des principes, des concepts et de la terminologie de la comptabilité. Ce test est destiné au personnel comptable de base, aux employés de bureau ayant 1 à 2 ans d'expérience, aux nouveaux diplômés en comptabilité ainsi qu'aux membres du personnel de la comptabilité financière. Il porte sur les principes comptables fondamentaux tels que les débits, les crédits, les écritures d'ajustement et aborde également des éléments de comptabilité avancée, tels que les états financiers, les placements et les activités d'exploitation.

French Canadian Payroll

Le test de paie française canadienne est conçu pour évaluer le niveau de compétence du candidat testé en matière de préparation et de principes de paie. Il couvre de nombreux domaines, dont le cycle de paie, la comptabilité de la paie, la réglementation de la paie, l'indemnité de congés payés, la déduction des primes, les documents de paie et les contrôles internes. Ce test est parfaitement adapté aux personnes qui envisagent de travailler dans un environnement paie au Canada. Il existe également des tests pour la comptabilité canadienne des comptes fournisseurs et clients.

General Accounting

The General Accounting assessment is designed to thoroughly test a candidate's level of knowledge of Accounting principles, concepts, and terminology. This test is aimed at Basic office accounting personnel, clerks with 1 to 2 years experience, new accounting graduates, and financial accounting personnel. Its coverage ranges from basic accounting principles such as debits, credits, adjusting entries to more advanced accounting, such as financial statements, investing, and operating activities.

General Ledger Knowledge

The General Ledger Knowledge test seeks to determine the knowledge level of a candidate seeking employment in the field of accounting. The questions on this test range in difficulty from basic, which a candidate with as little as one year's experience should be able to answer, to questions which are more challenging and will probably only be answered correctly by those candidates with more experience or those who are seeking professional qualifications in accounting. The balance between basic, intermediate and advanced level questions provides an adequate reflection of a candidate's knowledge base. The test is designed to be relevant to candidates who have worked with either manual or computerized systems, as well as a combination of the two.

Individual Income Tax

The Individual Income Tax test covers a broad range of topics such as income, deductions, exemptions, filing status, and credits. This test is appropriate to administer to those who have an in-depth knowledge of preparing individual income tax returns and over one year of experience.

JD Edwards

The JD Edwards test is intended to test the knowledge of the test taker in working with JD Edwards on a day to day basis. Such topical areas addressed are journal entry manipulation, general JD Edwards movements, model journal entries, G/L research, batch approval and posting as well as intercompany transactions.

MAS90-Bookkeeping

MAS 90 Bookkeeping is an all around program that is easy to use and very flexible. The MAS 90 test includes various accounting modules for easy processing of data. Each module forms a complete, flexible and accurate accounting software system. An example of some of the modules included are General Ledger, which streamlines the bookkeeping and accounting transactions while providing an unlimited selection of financial reporting capabilities. The next module is Accounts Receivable, which is used to track receivables, prepare invoices and billing from within the system, create customer statements as needed, plan and prepare cash flow and statements and provides extensive reporting features as well. Another module is Accounts Payable, which can be used to set up accounting by department or division, audit all changes, print vendor checks within the system, and use multiple bank accounts. The next module is Bank Reconciliation, which can drastically simplify your monthly reconciliation process as well as detect any errors and unrecorded transactions between your books and bank statements.   Those using MAS 90 Bookkeeping and it’s various modules should know principles of accounting, such as data entry and write up procedures, processing of financial statements, billing methods and payment processing methods, payroll procedures and deduction processing in addition to the MAS 90 system.

This test is appropriate to administer to people with one or two years experience in accounting and knowledge of MAS 90 Bookkeeping for Windows functions, with some experience in Accounts Payables and Receivables. With continued use, anybody can master the use-friendly modules in MAS 90 and process professional reports, which can be tailored to suit everyone's needs.

MYOB Accounting Plus

This MYOB Accounting Plus assessment is designed to measure general skills and knowledge of a user to create invoices, purchase orders, manage inventory and generally operate a small business using MYOB. Tasks include setting up MYOB for chart of accounts, balances, cards, inventory, purchasing, selling, invoicing, payments, reconciliation, reports, and business activity statements. The assessment measures the test taker's ability to manage common day-to-day business events using various tools within the software and is appropriate for beginners to one year of experience.

NZ Accounts Payable

The New Zealand Accounts Payable assessment tests the knowledge of an accounts payable clerk or an office associate that has a subsidiary duty in the processing of Accounts Payable. This includes the processing of invoices, purchase orders and cash flow. This test primarily focuses on the basic accounting concepts used in the processing of Accounts Payable.

NZ Accounts Receivable

The New Zealand Accounts Receivable assessment is designed for an Accounts Receivable Clerk Position. Topics include A/R Principles, Credit to Customer, Invoice/Billing Concepts, Cheques, Applying Payments and Collections.

NZ Advanced Accounting

The New Zealand Advanced Accounting test is designed to screen applicants of approximately three to five years experience in accounting. It covers the areas of Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, General Ledger, Financial Analysis, Cost Accounting, and Auditing. Without focusing on a specific software package, the test attempts to focus upon skills used by an accountant in the work environment, and less on the general ledger equivalent of each entry that one would find in an academic test.

NZ Bookkeeping

This is the New Zealand version of the Bookkeeping test. 
The Bookkeeping test measures clerical level bookkeeping skills. Among the topics herein are basic bookkeeping principles, including debits and credits, assets, liabilities and balancing petty cash.  
This test is designed for clerical workers and administrative assistants who do some bookkeeping as part of their job responsibilities. The Bookkeeping test is not designed to test full charge bookkeepers.

NZ MYOB Accounting Plus

This MYOB Accounting Plus assessment is designed to measure general skills and knowledge of a user to create invoices, purchase orders, manage inventory and generally operate a small business using MYOB. Tasks include setting up MYOB for chart of accounts, balances, cards, inventory, purchasing, selling, invoicing, payments, reconciliation, reports, and business activity statements. The assessment measures the test taker's ability to manage common day-to-day business events using various tools within the software and is appropriate for beginners to one year of experience.

NZ Payroll

This test, for payroll specialists, is aimed at testing people with one or two years experience in payroll knowledge. The test aims at determining whether the test taker knows the principles of payroll such as wages calculation, the different pay periods, payroll deductions, different methods of payments, tax depositing and how and when to file the reports including year-end reporting. 
The Payroll test was designed to identify the extent of payroll knowledge sufficient to perform in a professional manner the payroll process from collecting employee's hours to filling monthly payroll and taxes reports.

NZ Payroll Clerk

The Payroll assessment measures knowledge of administration and calculation of payroll. It assesses the test taker's knowledge of basic payroll principles including calculating wages, taxes, and basic payroll regulations. It is designed for clerical workers and bookkeepers who are responsible for payroll.

NZ Payroll Management

The Payroll Management test focuses on commonly used phrases, terminology, and methodologies used in payroll processes. Specifically, it addresses such topics as legal issues, regulating agencies, taxation and payroll calculations, a working knowledge of the Kiwisaver Scheme, among others. Included are items of basic, intermediate, and advanced level knowledge that may be employed in assessing the skill level of those working in the field.

Partnership Tax Accounting

The Partnership Tax Accounting test covers accounting, tax, and strategic issues in partnerships. Specific topical areas include distributing partnership income, amortization, guaranteed payments, and filing partnership returns. The test is appropriate for those applying for positions as a partnership tax accountant. The questions vary between basic, intermediate, and advanced levels.

Payroll Clerk

The Payroll assessment measures knowledge of administration and calculation of payroll. It assesses the test taker's knowledge of basic payroll principles including calculating wages, federal taxes, and basic payroll regulations. It is designed for clerical workers and bookkeepers who are responsible for payroll.

Payroll Management

The Payroll Management test focuses on commonly used phrases, terminology, and methodologies used in payroll processes. Specifically, it addresses such topics as legal issues, regulating agencies, taxation, payroll and compensation calculations, among others. Included are items of basic, intermediate and advanced level knowledge that may be employed in assessing the skill level of those working in the field.

Peachtree Accounting 2007

This Peachtree 2007 assessment evaluates a user's knowledge on a range of topics with an emphasis on the understanding and operation of the software. Areas focused on include vendors, payroll, the general ledger, reports and forms, banking, financial statements, and accounts payable and receivable. This test is developed for Peachtree 2007 users with a minimum of one year's experience with the program.

Quickbooks Pro 2012

This QuickBooks Pro 2012 test has been designed to measure the basic accounting and bookkeeping concepts involved with QuickBooks. Topics covered by this test include new QuickBooks features and procedures, payroll, the general ledger, vendors, information and transaction entry, company set up, the Lead Center, and reports. This assessment is appropriate for Accounting Assistants, Financial Assistants and Accounting Clerks with at least a year or more of QuickBooks Pro 2012 experience.

Quicken Basic 2012

This Quicken 2012 test has been designed to assess a test taker's knowledge and understanding of using the Quicken software. Topics covered by this test include account set up, data security, planning, bank, customer and vendor invoices, reports, and Quicken features. This assessment is appropriate for Quicken 2012 users with at least a year or more experience.

Sage Line 50

This Sage Line 50 assessment focuses on basic and traditional bookkeeping procedures and measures a test taker's ability to manage daily business activities using the various tools within the software. The topic areas covered include journals, ledgers, invoices, bank reconciliation, setting up accounts, VAT, and everyday tasks. This test is appropriate for experienced Sage Line 50 users with more than one year's experience using the software.

Sage MAS 90/200

This is an assessment on SAGE MAS 90/200 and is based on the default settings for the software. Candidates will be tested on their knowledge of tabs and information location as well as the general ledger, bank reconciliation, accounts receivable, accounts payable, and payroll modules. The target audience for the following test would be individuals that have worked with SAGE MAS 90/200 and its various modules for at least a year.

Sage Peachtree Pro 2012

This Sage Peachtree Pro 2012 test measures the adequate knowledge and skills needed by the test taker to operate the Peachtree software efficiently. Topics covered on this test include accounts payable and receivable, banking, reports, setting up a company, chart of accounts, and performing tasks in Peachtree. This test is appropriate for test takers that have a year or more experience with Sage Peachtree Pro 2012.

Simply Accounting 2010

The Simply Accounting 2010 assessment is designed to measure a user's knowledge of common features of the Simply Accounting software, basic bookkeeping tasks, and principles. Topics include accounts receivable, the general ledger, reports, Simply Accounting fundamentals, invoicing, and the information required to setup accounts.

Financial Skills Tests

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Auditing

This Auditing test covers auditing duties in the development, examination, review, and analysis of accounting records. It also covers field audits for organizations to assure accounts and other records are in compliance. This assessment is appropriate for candidates that have entry level to one year experience as an auditor.

AUS-NZ SAP for Users

SAP is a financial tool that integrates financial, management, and business performance processes. It allows the assessment and input of financial, asset, and cost accounting information and procedures as well as production operations and materials.   This test gauges the level of knowledge of SAP by those individuals operating in an entry to mid-level position, dealing with financial analysis or accounting in Australia. Typical SAP work for these individuals requires a basic understanding of accounting principles and how those principles are addressed in the SAP environment. This test is NOT intended for SAP developers.

Basic Bank Teller Skills

This Basic Bank Teller skills test is aimed at assessing the skill level of an early-career (less than two years experience) bank teller. The test addresses most aspects of banking including money recognition, customer privacy, basic math, and communication.

Bank Teller Skills

This skills evaluation was designed for bank teller candidates with varying levels of experience, from basic teller skills to advanced banking product knowledge. The subject matter covered by this exam is predominately technical, including knowledge of transaction processing, proper identification, teller accounting, government regulations in the banking industry, bank product knowledge and terminology. The majority of the questions are answerable by candidates with about 1 year of teller experience, while the remaining minority of the questions should distinguish the more experienced candidates.

Budget Aide Skills

The aim of the Budget Aide Skills test is to assess the skill level of the test taker in traditional Budget Aide responsibilities. This test is geared toward those that have approximately one year of experience assisting a budget coordinator/supervisor. The three main areas covered are Accounting Knowledge (vocabulary use, journal entries, and problem solving), Budget Knowledge (vocabulary use and problem solving), and Excel Spreadsheet Usage (equations).

Budget Officer Skills

This test covers the skill set necessary for a budget officer to be successful in their position. It includes terminology, accounting, financial, and organizational components. This test is intended for the person with at least one year of experience in the field.

Business Objects5 - Client

This test for BusinessObjects 5 - Client measures the test taker's understanding of BusinessObjects Fundamentals. Questions are based on the workshop information provided by Business Objects. Topical areas include Activating BusinessObjects, Report Building, Conditions, Data Synchronization, Presentation Styles, Functions, Drill Techniques and Formatting and Printing.

Casualty Insurance - Automobile

This test covers knowledge of personal auto insurance. Specifically, the test covers liability coverage, medical payments coverage, uninsured motorist coverage, damage to covered autos, endorsements, policy provisions, and underwriting. The material in this test covers general auto insurance information which is not state specific. It is possible that some states have laws which may differ, but care was taken to make this test as universally applicable as possible. This test is intended to be administered to those with approximately a year or more experience in the field.

Commercial Banking Knowledge

The Commercial Banking Knowledge test evaluates the skill level of the test taker in a myriad of skill sets applicable to commercial banking. Among the topics are, credit analysis, banking regulations, credit management, documentation, loan and leasing transactions, and governmental regulations.

Commercial Collections

The Commercial Collections assessment focuses on Collection Terms, Commercial Collection Rules, Legal Issues, and Communication appropriate for an individual with at least 1 year of collection experience. Questions are a combination of scenarios a collector would encounter on a daily basis and terms pertaining to commercial collections.

Commercial Insurance Knowledge

The Commercial Insurance Knowledge test aims at assessing the knowledge level of the test taker in basic commercial insurance activities. The topical areas covered include, but are not limited to, general liability, all risk property insurance, principles of insurance, workman's compensation, and excess/umbrella liability.

Credit Analyst

The purpose of this test is closely detect the knowledge of the test taker in the areas of Credit/Collections, Analyzing Financial Statements, governing secure transactions regarding International Trade, as well as the degree of familiarity with well known financial reporting companies such as D&B and NACM. Additional tasks tested are the reactions of the candidate in credit hold emergencies, interaction with high risk customers and Credit analysis. This test is designed for Credit Analysts only.

Credit Management

The Credit Management test covers such issues as maintenance of internal controls, effects time and risk of collections, granting of credit, analysis of financial reporting, and knowledge of computerized security controls, among others. These categories should be used as an aid in determining the corresponding skill level of the test taker.

Financial Analysis

The Financial Analysis test was designed to test those with basic knowledge of financial analysis. However, it will identify those that may have a more intermediate or advanced knowledge level. The test covers all aspects of the financial analysis process, including but not limited to Financial Statements, Financial Statement Analysis, Financial Equations, Ratios, and Ratio Analysis. These areas test the performance capacity of a Financial Analysis from the standpoint of an investor, creditor, and internal employee.

Financial Management

The Financial Management Test is designed to assess various skill levels and competencies in the financial management of a company. The test is specifically geared towards assessing the skill level and basic knowledge of 1) financial markets and interest rates, 2) the financial management of working capital, 3) the determination of optimal capital structure and firm valuation, 4) accounting and controlling, 5) applying financial planning and decision support principles, and 6) understanding business combinations and restructurings. These are the concepts and areas of knowledge that the finance manager must deal with on a daily basis. The target audience would be those persons applying for managerial and staff positions in financial planning and analysis; financial and cost accounting (CFO, Controller, Accounting Manager) including managerial positions in receivables, payables and inventory; and treasury management/staff functions.

Financial Math

The Financial Math test covers a variety of topics such as interest, ratios, banking, and basic arithmetic. This test is appropriate to administer to those who will be required to perform financial math on the job.

Financial Spelling

The Financial Spelling test measures a user's ability to spell financial terms. The test is in a text editing format. The test taker is required to identify whether a word is spelled correctly and if necessary, edit misspelled words. This test is designed for financial officer personnel and administrative assistants who need to have the ability to spell financial terms accurately.

Fixed Assets

A Fixed Asset is a long-term, tangible asset that is not expected to be liquidated in the current or upcoming fiscal year. The Fixed Assets assessment's topics includes identifying items classification on Balance Sheets vs. Income Statements, Expenses vs. Assets, and more. The majority of questions are very straightforward for the candidate who has at least one year's experience in accounting.

Great Plains

The Great Plains Dynamics 6.0 test aims at assessing the skill level of the test taker in using Great Plains in the professional environment. Topical areas included, but are not limited to; Great Plains Windows, Reports, Inquires, and Transactions.  This test is intended to be administered to people expected to employ their working knowledge of Great Plains in the field.

International Financial Reporting Standards

International Financial Reporting Standards are used to make companies and the accounting profession shift to communicate in the same accounting language between the countries of the world. This IFRS test is designed to access a user's knowledge of IFRS along with how to apply the standards in an accounting environment. The assessment presents questions that focus on a variety of topics including the first-time adoption of IFRS, IFRS roles and framework, asset and liability recognition, revenue and expense recognition, consolidation and business combination, and financial statement presentation. This assessment is appropriate for test takers that have worked with the IFRS for more than a year and have a strong understanding of the International Accounting Standards (IAS).

Investment Management: US Equities and Equities Products

The Investment Management test is aimed as assessing the degree of knowledge of the test taker in investment management subject matter. Knowledge from the basic skill level, such as the reading of a displayed market, to the advanced level, such as grasping the components of market indicators, are tested.  This test is appropriate to administer to those with a general understanding of the US equity markets.

Loan Officer Skills

The Loan Officer Skills test is designed to assess the proficiency of a loan officer in four major categories. These categories are as follows: Consumer lending, commercial lending, mortgage lending, and regulatory compliance. This test is appropriate to administer to those working or intending to work as a loan officer.

Loan Processing

The Loan Processing test is a recapitulation of loan processing and investor dedication in capital markets, or as more commonly referred to in the mortgage banking industry "the secondary market."  Mortgage banking is clearly the most complex and quantitative customer financial business. It demands a very high level of discipline and analytical rigor that is not a strict requirement in other businesses. Advances in automation technology have made "tracking" of essential documentation by loan processors less laborious. Thus, the mindset of loan processors is on input accuracy, assembling necessary loan documentation, and is not a judgment step, which is the responsibility of loan underwriting. The confluence of increased standardization and increased economic returns has made mortgage lending an attractive investment and business.  Such topics covered in this exam are procedural ratification, file maintenance, workflow, and industry terminology.

Loan Underwriting Knowledge

The Loan Underwriting test is aimed at evaluating the test taker's knowledge of the policies and procedures commonly employed in the loan underwriting arena for the banking and loans industry. Such topical areas included are loan approval, underwriting methodology, appraiser qualifications, credit information, title exceptions, and various practices and procedures. This test is appropriate to administer to those with one to two years of experience in loan underwriting.

Payroll

This test, for payroll specialists, is aimed at testing people with one or two years experience in payroll knowledge. The test aims at determining whether the test taker knows the principles of payroll such as wages calculation, the different pay periods, payroll deductions, including Statutory and Voluntary deductions, different methods of payments, tax depositing and how and when to file the reports including year-end reporting.  The Payroll test was designed to identify the extent of payroll knowledge sufficient to perform in a professional manner the payroll process from collecting employee's hours to filling quarterly and yearly payroll and taxes reports.

PeopleSoft Financials

PeopleSoft is one of the most popular ERP solutions in America. PeopleSoft has developed different modules like HRMS, Finance, Manufacturing and Distribution, etc. PeopleSoft Financials is quite a strong software package and includes different modules like General Ledgers, Payables, Receivables, etc. This assessment is designed to test the functional knowledge of PeopleSoft Financials from first year through quite experienced professionals and contains questions on such topics as vendor information, customer information, function keys, and payment posting.

Property Insurance

This Property Insurance test is aimed at determining the knowledge and experience level of a test taker in dealing with various Property Insurance issues as related to Personal Lines coverage. Topics include understanding of relevant legal terms, policies, laws, and general insurance knowledge.

Property Management

Property Managers have multiple responsibilities associated with caring for a physical asset, generating income from that asset, as well as consideration for the needs of the tenants and the guidelines of the local, state, and federal government. Unlike technical fields, Property Management is not a factor specific job. One will find that there are many different areas that present different requirements as well as that pose different challenges. This test for Property Management is appropriate to administer to those that have basic knowledge of real estate maintenance, accounting and, of course, local, state, and federal laws that apply to the rental market.

Purchasing Fundamentals

The purchasing fundamentals test covers various aspects of the purchasing profession. Areas tested include understanding the purchasing function, working vocabulary, purchasing policies, inventory management, vendor management, negotiation skills, and technical skills. The test is appropriate for the test taker with one year of basic purchasing experience, but intermediate and advanced questions are included in order to give the test taker the opportunity to reveal advanced potential and skills. Ethics are an important aspect of purchasing and ethical test questions are included under the policy questions task set.

Reconciliation

The Reconciliation test is aimed at assessing the test taker's skills in a myriad of areas that fall under the tent of reconciliation. Topics include; Journal Entries, Monthly Statements, Inventory, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Financial Statements, and Depreciation.

SAP for Users

SAP is a financial tool that integrates financial, management and business performance processes. It allows the assessment and input of financial, asset, and cost accounting information and procedures as well as production operations and materials.  This test gauges the level of knowledge of SAP by those individuals operating in an entry to mid-level position, dealing with financial analysis or accounting. Typical SAP work for these individuals requires a basic understanding of accounting principles and how those principles are addressed in the SAP environment. This test is NOT intended for SAP developers.

Title Insurance Knowledge

The Title Insurance test is aimed at evaluating the skill level of the test taker in applying policies and procedures commonly employed in the title insurance arena for Real Estate. Such topical areas included are; real estate vocabulary and documents, laws affecting titles, liens and encumbrances and closing practices. This test is appropriate to administer to those with one to two years of experience in Real Estate title insurance.

 

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