How an AutoCAD test works
With an AutoCAD test, you will be able to accurately and objectively evaluate your candidates’ ability to produce, edit, and manage area-relevant designs in 2D and 3D. The test will help you to screen candidates, to see who has the best AutoCAD skills and who needs additional training before you consider hiring them.
The test verifies if your applicants know how to use AutoCAD functions, such as 2D drafting and editing, drawing-management tools, drawing techniques, and modeling of 3D objects. On top of these skills, the candidate will also be tested on the basics of AutoCAD.
So whether you’re hiring an architect, engineer, interior designer, industrial designer, or infrastructure developer, you should use an AutoCAD pre-employment test to find the right candidate.
The AutoCAD test will verify if your candidates can:
• Use the AutoCAD interface with ease
• Edit 2D drawings
• Work with tools that help manage drawings
• Model, edit, and visualize 3D drawings
If candidates score well on this AutoCAD test, you can be confident that they have the necessary skills to excel in the job.
7 types of pre-employment tests
TestGorilla’s pre-employment assessments allow you to include four other tests to your pre-employment assessment.
• Cognitive ability: These tests evaluate job applicants’ capacity for verbal and mathematical reasoning, critical thinking, attention to detail, perception skills, and problem-solving skills.
• Language skills: Testing candidates on language skills allow you to gain insight into their ability to read, write, listen and speak using a specific language. Language skills are divided into beginner, intermediate and advanced proficiency.
• Role-specific tests: These tests evaluate role-specific skills and knowledge. Each test is designed specifically to evaluate applicants on the core functions of the role they’re applying for.
• Situational judgment: This evaluates candidates on their theoretical knowledge against theoretical contexts. The tests consist of situational descriptions that asks candidates to answer how they would best handle the situation.
• Programming skills: By testing programming skills, these tests evaluate job applicants on their skill levels across specific programming languages and frameworks, such as C#, Python, and Ruby on Rails.
• Software skills: Knowing how well job applicants can use the software required for the job, is crucial to understanding how well they will perform. Like the AutoCAD test, these tests are developed to evaluate candidates’ software proficiency.
• Personality and culture: These tests help the hiring you get a more complete picture of the candidate. The results help decision-makers better understand the candidate's personality, motivation, identity, and more.