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Excel free online quiz
Excel free online quiz

Take our quick, online quiz to rank your Excel skill level.

Excel free online quiz
  • Takes just a few minutes

  • Immediate results

Excel Free online quiz
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Excel online quiz

Microsoft Excel competency tests have been professionally prepared in accordance with university MCQ (multiple choice question) assessments guidelines - see "Writing Good Multiple-Choice Exams" University of Texas, Austin.

Open assessments should be used as a guide only. Although we have developed well researched and comprehensive, best practice assessments, a limited number of questions cannot assess in depth the knowledge of a candidate in an unsupervised environment. Thus we provide no guarantee that the assessment provides a definitive guide to a person's level of skill and knowledge.

*We take your privacy seriously. We will never share any personal information with third parties. See our privacy policies here.

We have assembled the best of the best to create Australia's most comprehensive and accurate online testing for Excel, Bookkeeping and Accounting.

Our team members comprise

  • Certified Practising Accountants (CPAs)

  • Senior MYOB and Xero Certified Consultants, and Training Education Providers

  • University & Business School Academics

  • Personnel Recruitment Professionals

  • Web & Microsoft Office Software engineers

All of our panel members are at the forefront of their professions, continually updating our assessment resources, ensuring ongoing industry relevance.

  • We have avoided the 'one size fits all' easy option. A broad choice of tests covers all skill levels in general and specialised evaluation areas.

  • Questions have been thoroughly researched and reviewed, eliminating ambiguities and ensuring relevance and consistency

  • No 'True/False' type questions that are open to guessing and thereby distorting results

  • Answer option randomisation minimises pattern recognition

  • Stem, answers and distractors are grammatically consistent to avoid cueing the correct answer

*Zimmaro D. (2004). Writing Good Multiple-Choice Exams, Measurement and Evaluation Center: University of Texas, Austin
Bull, J. & McKenna, C. (2002). Computer Assisted Assessment Centre

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