|Syllabus of the Secretarial and Office Aptitude Test|
|The Secretarial and Office Aptitude Test is a scientifically validated test which is designed to measure and analyze important aspects of personality and behavior that are instrumental in determining how individuals perform in jobs which require Secretarial Aptitude. The Secretarial and Office Aptitude Test is a psychometric tool meant to analyze the most important traits that influence the secretarial and office aptitude. Upon completing the test, you are provided with a comprehensive report on each trait, an overall summary report and a hiring recommendation.|
The personality traits that are measured and analyzed through the Secretarial and Office Aptitude Test are:
- Secretarial Skills and Abilities
- Organizing Ability
- Sense of Ethics
- Interpersonal Skills
- Personal Grooming and Etiquette
The Secretarial and Office Aptitude Test has a proven track record of helping companies and hiring managers screen applicants and identify productive employees based on scientifically proven traits.
|No. of Questions|
|36 multiple choice questions.|
Each question has between 2 and 8 options out of which 1 or more may be correct.
|Test Standardization/Validity/Reliability Metrics|
|Cronbach's Alpha* : 0.86|
*The reliability of a test measures the extent to which the variation in scores is due to true differences between people, or the characteristic being measured, or random measurement error. Reliability is generally assessed on the basis of internal consistency. The most common measure of internal consistency is Cronbach's Alpha. The value indicates the extent to which a test can be considered reliable for a sample of examinees. Any test having a Cronbach's alpha value of more than 0.7 is considered to be having a good internal consistency.
|Content Validity* : The subject matter experts have assessed the test items and found the content to be valid.|
*Validity is the ability of a scale score to reflect what that scale is intended to measure. Kline's (1993) definition is: 'A test is said to be valid if it measures what it claims to measure'. A test has content validity if it measures knowledge of the content domain of which it was designed to measure knowledge. Content validity measures whether the test actually assesses the constructs it is designed for. It is a qualitative measure of validity.
|Pricing and Payment Options|
|$9.99 US payable through any of the following:|
- Secure online credit/debit card transaction
- e-Check (requires a US bank account)
- Other payment options can be made available in special cases
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|You may retake this test by paying $5.00 only.|
- Detailed instructions relating to the testing procedure for the Secretarial and Office Aptitude Test are provided inside the login account before the start of the test.