The Working with data test evaluates candidates' ability to work with data, including handling data correctly and performing basic data analysis. This test helps you identify candidates who understand how to work with data to track and present results.
Understanding data handling concepts
Performing basic data analysis and interpretation
Working with graphs and charts
Data entry specialists, data analysts, marketing analysts, marketing managers, data assistants, and other roles that require working with data.
The ability to work with data is important in a wide range of roles, from data entry clerks to analysts and managers. It is important that those working on inputting, reading, and manipulating the data have a solid understanding of the principles behind data management to avoid introducing errors that could have a significant impact on business outputs. A good understanding of data is also necessary when performing analysis or creating data visualizations to ensure that the data is being represented truthfully.
This Working with data test evaluates candidates' understanding of data handling concepts and their skills in performing basic data analysis and interpretation and in working with graphs.
Candidates who perform well on this test have a strong grasp of data concepts, can ensure data integrity is maintained during input, and are able to carry out basic analysis, interpretation, and produce simple visualizations.
Environmental consultant Jessie has honed her craft in multiple sectors, including oil and gas, transport, water treatment, and green energy. For 15 years, she has specialized in helping small businesses develop training programs, implement management systems, and navigate GDPR and privacy regulations.
Holding an MSc in Chemistry, Jessie also applies her scientific proficiency to data visualizations, scientific writing, and GIS analysis and mapping.
TestGorilla’s tests are created by subject matter experts. We assess potential subject-matter experts based on their knowledge, ability, and reputation. Before being published, each test is peer-reviewed by another expert, then calibrated using hundreds of test takers with relevant experience in the subject. Our feedback mechanisms and unique algorithms allow our subject-matter experts to constantly improve their tests.
TestGorilla helps me to assess engineers rapidly. Creating assessments for different positions is easy due to pre-existing templates. You can create an assessment in less than 2 minutes. The interface is intuitive and it’s easy to visualize results per assessment.
VP of Engineering, Mid-Market (51-1000 emp.)
Any tool can have functions—bells and whistles. Not every tool comes armed with staff passionate about making the user experience positive.
The TestGorilla team only offers useful insights to user challenges, they engage in conversation.
For instance, I recently asked a question about a Python test I intended to implement. Instead of receiving “oh, that test would work perfectly for your solution,” or, “at this time we’re thinking about implementing a solution that may or may not…” I received a direct and straightforward answer with additional thoughts to help shape the solution.
I hope that TestGorilla realizes the value proposition in their work is not only the platform but the type of support that’s provided.
For a bit of context—I am a diversity recruiter trying to create a platform that removes bias from the hiring process and encourages the discovery of new and unseen talent.
Chief Talent Connector, Small-Business (50 or fewer emp.)
The Working with data test will be included in a PDF report along with the other tests from your assessment. You can easily download and share this report with colleagues and candidates.