The Basic Computer Literacy and BCL V.2 have both been replaced with the Basic Computer Literacy (Windows 10)
Screen candidates to ensure that they have the basic computer skills they need to succeed with the Basic Computer Literacy test. Version one is no longer available SEE THE BASIC COMPUTER LITERACY 2. Before you invest time and money to train a new employee, test your applicants for knowledge of:
- Application Software
- Computer Terms
- Internet and E-mail
- Managing Files
- Operating System
- Parts of the Computer
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See the new Basic Computer Literacy (Windows 10).
The Basic Computer Literacy assessment evaluates a candidate’s knowledge of general computer terms. It also determines a candidate’s ability to manage files, work with a Windows operating system and application software, as well as access the Internet. It consists of both multiple choice and simulation items. NOTE: Only Version 2 Is Currently Available
Time Allowed: 35 minute time limit
Maximum Number of Questions – 30 (16 Simulation| 14 Multiple Choice)
Number of Sittings – One
Designed for Unproctored Environment – Yes
Questions per Skill Level: 15 Beginning, 11 Intermediate, 4 Advanced
Question Format – Simulation, Multiple Choice
Product Category – Software Skills
Basic Computer Literacy V.2
The Basic Computer Literacy V2 assessment evaluates a candidate’s knowledge of general computer terms. It also determines a candidate’s ability to manage files, work with a Windows operating system and application software, access and browse the Internet, and send e-mails. It consists of both multiple choice and simulation items.
Job Family/Title: Computer User
Average Testing Time (minutes): 15
Time Allowed (minutes): 35
Number of Questions: 30 (16 simulation and 14 multiple choice)
Designed for Unproctored Environment: Yes
Question Format: Simulation and Multiple Choice
Product Category: Software Skills
This test measures proficiency in using a computer.
Test Topics Questions / Topic
Application Software 4
Computer Terms 6
Internet and E-mail 5
Managing Files 6
Operating System 4
Parts of the Computer 5