Our Pre-employment English Test is the most preferred online skills assessment by recruiters and hiring managers to quantify the English language proficiency of candidates. The test evaluates candidates' grammar, verbal reasoning, vocabulary, and reading comprehension. The English online test for employment helps hire roles such as blog writers, content writers, and technical writers. This pre-hire test can reduce hiring costs and time-to-hire by 40%.
The Pre-employment English Test (Advanced Level) is for high-profile employees who are more into English correspondence, blog writing, content writing, or the one who deals more with native speakers. Our English test for employment shimmers in the colossal ocean of recruitment and is a ray of hope for all recruiting managers to find a pearl from the sea.
This Pre-employment English Test helps employers assess candidates for grammar, vocabulary, and comprehension skills. This will help you to judge the reading accuracy and fluency in understanding text and conveying information about what they have read.
Advanced English test for recruitment has a robust reporting feature that will help you get instant results and options to share these results with your recruiting team.
You can analyze section wise performance of the candidates to gauge their strengths and weaknesses. Features like window violation and webcam proctoring help detect cheating during the test.
English language employment test is designed considering EEOC guidelines. It will help you to assess and hire diverse talent without any bias.
Pre-employment English proficiency test may contain MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions), MAQs (Multiple Answer Questions), Fill in the Blanks, Whiteboard Questions, Audio/Video Questions, AI-LogicBox, Job-based Simulations, True or False Questions, etc.
The following sentences, when properly sequenced, form a coherent paragraph. Each sentence is labeled with a letter. Choose the correct order of the sentences from among the given answer choices to construct a coherent paragraph.
P. The artist placed his or her hand on the cave wall, then filled the bone with paint and blew the paint over the hand, leaving an outline of the hand on the wall.
Q. The Cueva de las Manos (“Cave of Hands”) is a cave in Santa Cruz, Argentina filled with 10,000-year-old paintings of hands.
R. Most of the prints is of left hands, indicating that the artists probably held the spraying pipe in their right hands.
S. Anthropologists believe that the hand paintings were made using paint and hollow bones.