Cognitive & psychometric
- Attention to detail test
- Critical thinking test
- Memorization and recall skills
- Problem solving skills test
- Email skills test
- Basic word processing proficiency with Microsoft Word
- Intermediate word processing proficiency with Microsoft Word
- Accounting compliance skills test
- Bookkeeping skills test
- Business goal alignment assessment for supervisors
- Business math test
- Classroom management test for elementary teachers
- Customer focus and orientation skills test
- Data entry test
- Delivery driver vehicle maintenance test
- First aid skills test
- Food service problem solving skills test
- Interpersonal skills test for supervisors
- Lesson planning skills test for elementary teachers
- Marketing aptitude test
- Merchandise and supply storage management test
- Mechanical quality monitoring assessment
- Mechanical skills test: general aptitude
- Nursing skills: patient focus and orientation test
- Organizational skills test
- Project Mmanagement: budget management skills test
- Retail shelf stocking assessment test
- Sales negotiation and influencing skills test
- CRM skills for salesforce
- Technical support test
- Time management assessment for supervisors
- Typing test
- Work safety aptitude test
- English speaking test
- English writing test
Organizational skills test
- Ability to manage files, records, or items by arranging information or materials following a certain order or set of rules (alphabetizing, labeling, etc.)
- Ability to create rules or methodical ways to arrange things
- Multiple Choice
- Ordered List
Employers rely on the outstanding organizational skills of high-performing employees in order to properly manage assets and increase operational efficiency. Organized information is easily retrievable and creates lean, uncluttered processes and procedures.
The organizational skills test helps predict a job candidate’s ability to:
- Properly store, sort, and retrieve important electronic data.
- Group documents into appropriately named folders.
- Use appropriate file-naming conventions for business documents and folders, ensuring that important information isn’t misplaced.
- Swiftly apply alphabetical order, chronological order, and other rules to sort data.
Use this organizational skills test to quickly and easily automate your screening for entry-level or experienced candidates, especially administrative assistants or any other positions requiring a keen understanding of organizational methods.
Sample Question 1
The office manager wants to quickly sort records by the client’s last name. Which file-naming convention would help you best communicate this information?
Sample Question 2
The drawers below are alphabetized by company name:
Into which drawer should you put the file for Maple Transit Assistance?
- Administrative & Customer Support
- Business Operations & Management
- Finance & Accounting
- Legal, Personal Service
- Sales & Retail
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
The Organizational Skills module content was developed by the Indeed Assessment Science Team, with expertise in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Instructional Design, Education, and Graphic Design. In addition, team members worked in collaboration with subject matter experts (SMEs). Indeed’s SMEs are required to demonstrate experience performing at a high level, supervisory experience, or responsibility for defining requirements for those jobs that require organizational skills.