Double Entry Accounting Test | Professional Level (R-2)
£20.00 (Ex. Tax)
The Double Entry Accounting Test from Accountest is a fast, simple and efficient way to determine if your candidate has a good grasp of the basics of double entry accounting (i.e. debits and credits).
The accounting test is ideal for entry level positions or for slightly higher level positions where you may wish to check the candidates' basic accounting skills.
The Double Entry Accounting test is suitable for all tax regimes and covers four areas:
- Easy Journals – identifying journals from easy transactions
- Harder Journals - identifying journals from harder transactions
- Financial Statements – identifying where accounts will be found in financial statements
- Transactions – from a journal entry identifying the transaction that has occurred
Lasting only 15 minutes, questions are randomly selected from a question bank so individual candidates are unlikely to see the same test.
Recruiting managers will gain insight into a candidate's skills and knowledge in each of these four activities. The accounting tests report provides an overall performance score, as well as a rating for the individual questions. This allows recruiters to identify particular areas of strength or weakness.
Alternative tests suitable for this business area are available, for example Bookkeeper Test. Contact us for further information or speak to one of our consultants on 01285 861734 to discuss the options available.
Why Quest Partnership?
Quest Partnership Ltd has been providing psychometric assessments such as the Double Entry Accounting test to industry for over 20 years. We offer independent advice on a wide range of assessments. In addition, we provide full support in administering and delivering tests and personality questionnaires to individual candidates / participants.
Our consultants are experts in their field with a track record of delivering innovative assessments. We are also active members of our industry body, the British Psychological Society (BPS). Our involvement in BPS steering groups has helped to raise standards and promote best practise in the use of psychometrics.