Google Slides

Google Slides test: Pre-employment screening assessment to hire the best candidates

About the Google Slides test

A well-defined project roadmap plan, a creative pitch for a new product, and a clear, well-structured infographic presenting interesting data and findings are all artifacts that are commonly created with Google Slides. A strong level of understanding of Google Slides’ functionalities and the ability to design a cohesive slide deck are essential for crafting a powerful presentation.

The Google Slides test for professionals assesses candidates’ knowledge of the various features Google Slides has to offer. Through questions that focus and expand on the different core functions of the tool, this test evaluates candidates’ ability to create and display objects and visual assets, their skills in structuring and arranging the latter within slides, and their knowledge of productivity and collaboration features within Google Slides.

Candidates who perform well on this test know how to use Google Slides proficiently, utilizing core layout and design functions. They know how to order slides and distribute components within them in favor of more harmonious presentations. The test ensures that these candidates can also create slide decks that clearly and logically communicate business goals, objectives, initiatives, and results within your company in a clear and efficient manner, boosting productivity and increasing alignment within your teams.

The test is made by a subject-matter expert

Michel N.

Michel has navigated various industries, from SaaS to Enterprise Technology, and has been part of the founding team for multiple organizations. Primarily working in Product Management and being involved in the Startup space, he has learnt a great deal on how to shape and present new initiatives. Be it for a new product or initiative, Michel enjoys channeling his creativity and experience into communicating ideas impactfully, setting them up for success.

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What is the difference between an assessment and a test?
An assessment is the total package of tests and custom questions that you put together to evaluate your candidates. Each individual test within an assessment is designed to test something specific, such as a job skill or language. An assessment can consist of up to 5 tests and 20 custom questions. You can have candidates respond to your custom questions in several ways, such as with a personalized video.
Can I add my own questions to an assessment?
Yes! Custom questions are great for testing candidates in your own unique way. We support the following question types: video, multiple-choice, coding, file upload, and essay. Besides adding your own custom questions, you can also create your own tests.
How do video questions work?
A video question is a specific type of custom question you can add to your assessment. Video questions let you create a question and have your candidates use their webcam to record a video response. This is an excellent way to see how a candidate would conduct themselves in a live interview, and is especially useful for sales and hospitality roles. Some good examples of things to ask for video questions would be "Why do you want to work for our company?" or "Try to sell me an item you have on your desk right now." You can learn more about video questions here.
Can you explain how the other custom question types work?
Besides video questions, you can also add the following types of custom questions: multiple-choice, coding, file upload, and essay. Multiple-choice lets your candidates choose from a list of answers that you provide, coding lets you create a coding problem for them to solve, file upload allows your candidates to upload a file that you request (such as a resume or portfolio), and essay allows an open-ended text response to your question. You can learn more about different custom question types here.
Can I customize an assessment with my company logo and color theme?
Yes! You can add your own logo and company color theme to your assessments. This is a great way to leave a positive and lasting brand impression on your candidates.
What type of support do you offer?
Our team is always here to help. After you sign up, we’ll reach out to guide you through the first steps of setting up your TestGorilla account. If you have any further questions, you can contact our support team via email, chat or call. We also offer detailed guides in our extensive Help & Inspiration Center.
What is the cost for using the Google Slides test?
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Can I combine the Google Slides test with other tests?
Yes. You can add up to five tests to each assessment.
Where in my recruitment process should I use the Google Slides test?
We recommend using our assessment software as a pre-screening tool at the beginning of your recruitment process. You can add a link to the assessment in your job post or directly invite candidates by email. TestGorilla replaces traditional CV screening with a much more reliable and efficient process, designed to find the most skilled candidates earlier and faster.

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