To prepare for this test, there are some specific things to do. The first is that you should always start with a clean test page before beginning the test. It’s easy to get distracted by your email and end up clicking out of the test page or not reading it all the way through. As soon as you start getting interrupted by emails, start clicking back to the test page.
The test page has two tabs: one for actual questions and one for general content. During the test you’ll want to click on the test tab for the actual questions. On the test page you’ll want to click the” Answers” link to sort your search results. It’s best to have a word document or text document so that you can easily copy and paste your answers into Microsoft Word or other text editor. You’ll also want a PDF version saved to your computer so you can print out your work if needed.
When you get to the test, you’ll notice that there are multiple choice questions and response questions on the test page. You can choose to do a split test or a multiple choice or response run. Depending on the test guide you are using, you might even be able to select multiple response or multiple choice from a menu. This makes it really easy to get started!
Now that you know what type of questions to expect on the test, it’s time to decide what order or manner of marking is right for you! There are many options available. Some guides allow you to mark in order of your highest skill. Others have you select a letter, number or word from an image and mark according to where it is located in your document. A few guides throw in a mathematical problem, so you have to solve them and guess which answer is correct.
Once you’ve started the test you will see the answer choices appear on the chart as colored dots. These are the topic areas that were asked on the test. Hover your cursor over each dot and you will get a preview of the words that are associated with that circle. Try to guess the correct answer using this tool and click the “guesses” button. This will display a list of possible answers.
You have now completed the first part of this tutorial and you can proceed with the next two parts. The next part is the test page itself. You will need to click the “start” button at the bottom right corner of the test page otherwise this will prevent you from proceeding to the next step.
On the next page you’ll be asked to click “run”. This will cause Microsoft Exchange Server to run the test. On the next page you will get results. When you get these results, click the “print” button. Print all the results to a PDF and save it to your computer.
If you are wondering whether or not you are correctly answering the questions on this test, you are advised to use the provided mock test in conjunction with the actual exam. To do this you should go to the Microsoft Exchange Server and then go to “accoonception”. You will find two links in the “accoonception” folder which link to the test and the word that correspond to each question. Click on the mock test to see how well you understand the information provided on the test.
For the topics about the Word application you will be asked to use the “word associations” exercise. For example, you will have to associate a particular word with a particular group of items. You will find this section very easy as there will only be a few items in the list. As a result, you shouldn’t have much trouble getting this portion of the test correct.
One thing that you should remember is to use all of the answers that you get from the test as a basis for creating your own test. You will have plenty of time to review the questions and formulate your own answers. However, if you haven’t understood something from an answer on the test you may want to write it down again and go over it before taking the test. This is the best way to ensure that you understand everything that you read on the test.