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Posted Monday, December 1, 2008 10:01 AM
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Hi all and Happy post Thanks Giving

Has anyone been asked to take a pre-employment assessment test from PreVisor? I have not taked the test as of yet, but was looking for any feedback from anyone that has.

Thanks in advance for your advise

Bill Dillon
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Posted Tuesday, December 2, 2008 7:41 PM
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I was asked to take that test once by a recruiter. I didn't, because I found a job before I could take that test.

Good luck and let use know what questions they ask on that assessment test.

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Hi Bill.

Did you take the test? I have been asked to take a previsor assessment test and would appreciate any feedback or guidance.

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I took one through TEK Systems, and I was quite pleased with my results, but you definitely can plan on a test not that different from the Microsoft tests - there were quite a few questions where an educated guess is all most folks can do, and in real life, you'd be able to research it. However, with a 3 minute limit for each question, some of the questions don't lend themselves to research that happens that quickly, so you have to know your stuff. A bookworm might do rather well.

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ok. Thanks. sounds pretty similar to brainbench.
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I'm suppose to take one today , What type of questions are on the test , career stuff , job knowledge of what your applying for, or just personality stuff
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They are skill-set based. I took mine on SQL Server 2005. I was suprised at the level of focus on triggers, so be prepared. These are not unlike the level at which Microsoft tests you - right down in the weeds, at times, where everyone knows the only way to get the answer right is to look it up in BOL.

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I'm suppose to take one today , What type of questions are on the test , career stuff , job knowledge of what your applying for, or just personality stuff


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Can you post some of the questions here?

Thanks in advance
viren
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VirenMann (11/18/2009)
Can you post some of the questions here?

Thanks in advance
viren


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Yes I forgot that....

Anyway I did the exam yesterday and it was easy in almost the same format as the MCITP ofcourse there were some tricky questions as well. if anyone is good in development the exam should be OK.

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Viren M.
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