Spelling Skill Test
What is a Spelling Skill Test?
Candidates are required to identify the correct spelling presented in a multiple choice question style.
The difficulty through Core and Professional levels, is increased by the rarity of the word being spelled and the
legibility of the incorrect options available.
Candidates are presented with 30 questions to complete within 15 minutes. The Responses are automatically marked and a point is awarded for each correctly answered question. Skipped questions or those that are not taken will result in no point being awarded.
Why should I use a Spelling Skill Test?
If you’re hiring for a position where candidates will be required to communicate effectively in written format, this test is for you.
The Spelling Skill Test assesses a candidates communication skills, their use of British English and articulation levels.
The test is fast, efficient and will give you confidence to make a smarter hiring decision.
Or do you want to re-train your existing employees? Use the Spelling Skill Test to develop them with the relevant literacy skills they need to improve their day-to-day work.
Example Test Question
Please select the correct spelling from the following:
For further information on each of the levels of the test and the types of questions asked, view our Spelling Fact-file.
To get an understanding of how the results are presented once a candidate takes a test, you can also view the Spelling sample report.
With a Spelling Skill Test you will assess
spelling & grammar
use of British English
Why choose Skillsarena?
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