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To take a math, Excel, and 10 key test.
Took the tests…exceeded 80% by far on two, got 4 points below minimum on math test. If you have to take a "financial math test", be prepared to answer questions like $192.00 is what percent of $1862.41?" quickly. The 10 key test was OK. Excel was weird - I use a Mac computer and the version I was tested on was an old, old version. My memory to go back about 8 years to a time when I was using a PC in order to complete the testing process. And who really knows? The testing software is for Internet Explorer only. Mac users, be warned - the testing site has no way of knowing whether your test or scores will be reflected accurately. It's only designed for I.E., which can't be used on a Mac.
192 is what percent of $1962.41? Who knows? I was told no calculators or other tools would be allowed. The tests are timed, though you aren't permitted to see the timer. And there is no guarantee that your test score will be accurate as the testing company can only guarantee your scores will be accurate when used with Internet Explorer, which isn't available for Mac computers. Volt, the testing company, doesn't actively support Safari or any other browser.
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