The key skills universally identified for career and education prospects are Quantitative Skills (Math), Communication skills and Information Technology. Without any one of these also it is not possible for a candidate to make a mark either in career or at school. The best way to test where we stand in these areas is to take a Key Skills Test.
Key Skills Practice Test Benefits:
The results of these tests are considered by many universities and companies as a base of one’s ability to work or study further. Hence it is important to score well and understand the line of questioning of the testing process.
Who should take the test?
The test can be taken by any age group starting from the age of 10. There is no other known restriction to taking the test.
What does the test do?
The test has four levels for each of the test syllabus. Each age group is recommended to take the test depending on the age group. However there is no such compulsion. The levels of each topic need to be attempted in order. It is possible to attempt one level of one topic and another level of another topic. Each test contains 40 questions and the time depends on the difficulty level of the questionnaire.
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