Use the Reading Comprehension – English/Spanish test to measure a candidate’s ability to read and comprehend written text.
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The Reading Comprehension – English/Spanish is designed to measure a candidate’s ability to read and comprehend written text. Candidates are instructed to read passages and answer questions regarding the content of the passages or inferences that could be made based on the passages. There are five passages in the test that relate to the 30 items in the test.
Job Family/Title: Individual Contributor
Average Testing Time (minutes): 26
Time Allowed (minutes): 90
Maximum Number of Questions: 30
Number of Sittings: One
Designed for Unproctored Environment: Yes
Question Format: Multiple Choice – Adaptive
Product Category: Clerical
The Reading Comprehension – Spanish assessment provides a general measure of Spanish reading comprehension. This test is comprised of items that contain a passage that must read in order to answer the question being asked. The questions focus on the ability to demonstrate an understanding of the passage. Questions may be specific in nature, with answers that can be found almost word for word in the passage. For example, the question may ask for a date, name or place that can be found by closely reading through the passage. Alternatively, the questions may be general in nature, with answers that can be determined only by fully understanding the meaning of the passage. “What is the theme of the passage?” or “What is the mood of the author?” are examples of general questions that may be asked.