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Monday, August 22, 2016

MS-Excel Self-Skill test for free

Excel is too big to know everything. Even the experts generally have an area of expertise. It is better to know the features that will help you with your CURRENT requirements! So for this you should know that:
  • What your existing skill level is (in more detail than just beginner, intermediate or advanced)
Once you get the answer of above question, you'll be able to find that on what should you work on?


The Excel Skills Assessment test assesses the person’s aptitude for Excel learning and allows you to match your Excel skill level to the correct training material. It measures your skill across four axises being:
  • Fundamental Knowledge- the basics
  • Using Tools- using the tools available in excel e.g. sort, autofilter, pivots
  • Using Functions- using Excel’s key formula functions e.g. vlookup, sumif etc
  • Super User Attributes- ability to solve problems in excel using all the above

The test is available for Excel 2007, 2010 and 2013 in French and English. It includes videos and in application testing exercises. The test focuses on the following 4 areas:
  • Software environment (save, print, protect, etc.)
  • Functions (SUM, IF, etc.)
  • Data management (filters, pivot tables, etc.)
  • Formatting (number formats, conditional formatting, etc.)
You can assess yourself by giving Self-Test of your excel skills. You can choose any of the site mentioned below to give the test:


http://www.advanced-excel.com/excel_tests.html
http://www.auditexcel.co.za/excel-skills-assessment/

http://www.excel-skills.com/demos2010/skills_test.php

http://www.isograd.com/EN/freepositioningintro.php

http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=microsoft-excel-proficiency-test

http://www.skills-assessment.net/test-excel-skills.htm

https://accessanalytic.com.au/free-excel-stuff/free-excel-test/



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