What is a passing score for WorkKeys?
What is a passing score for WorkKeys?
If your lowest level score is 3 then you qualify for Bronze, 4 qualifies you for Silver, 5 for Gold, and 6 for Platinum. You must score a 3 or higher on each core assessment to qualify for a certificate.
What type of questions are on the WorkKeys test?
The WorkKeys test covers eight subjects. They are Applied Math, Workplace Documents, Graphic Literacy, Applied Technology, Business Writing, Fit, Talent, and Workplace Observation. How long does it take to get WorkKeys results? It will take anywhere from 1-3 hours to get your WorkKeys results.
Is the WorkKeys test hard?
Many adults have difficulty with the math portion of the WorkKeys test. By taking practice tests, pinpointing weaknesses, brushing up on skills that need work, and seeking one-on-one help if needed, passing the math portion of WorkKeys can lead to a promising career.
Can you fail a WorkKeys test?
No. If you fail a section you may take that section over. You will have to wait 48 hours to re-schedule and you must pay $10.00 per section. If you fail for a 2nd time you must wait 1 week and Athena reccomends that you receive remediation/tutoring from an outside source.
How do I get my WorkKeys score?
There are two ways to get your certificate:
- Your assessment provider pays for and provides the certificate to you.
- Your assessment provider does not provide the NCRC to you, so you create a free account on MyWorkKeys.com,* gaining access to your score transcripts and your NCRC achievement details.
How are WorkKeys scores calculated?
A WorkKeys score is determined by the number of questions answered correctly. There is no penalty for guessing. The level score descriptions describe the skills you have achieved and can apply on the job or in training.
Can you use a calculator on WorkKeys?
Examinees are encouraged to use a familiar calculator, but all problems may be solved without a calculator. Calculators may only be used on the mathematics test, including ACT WorkKeys Applied Math. Sharing calculators during the test is not permitted.
Can I take WorkKeys test online?
WorkKeys offers additional assessments to measure interests, values and behaviors that can lead to greater job satisfaction. Most tests are web-based and take one hour. Scores are easily verified online.
What kind of math is on the WorkKeys test?
The actual test consists of 33 problems and has a time limit of 45 minutes. The WorkKeys Applied Mathematics assessment measures skill in applying mathematical reasoning to work-related problems.
Can you use a calculator on the WorkKeys test?
Is the WorkKeys test mandatory?
To earn the National Career Readiness Certificate® (NCRC®), you must successfully complete the WorkKeys assessments in Applied Math, Graphic Literacy, and Workplace Documents. WorkKeys offers additional assessments to measure interests, values and behaviors that can lead to greater job satisfaction.
How much does WorkKeys cost?
About ACT WorkKeys Curriculum The cost to attend ACT WorkKeys Curriculum ranges from $20 to $120 depending on the qualification, with a median cost of $80. When asked how they paid for their training, most reviewers responded, “This certification program was free for everyone”.
What is the WorkKeys workplace documents test measures?
The Workplace Documents assessment measures the skills people use when they read and use written text such as memos, letters, directions, signs, notices, bulletins, policies, and regulations on the job. More information MACC does not currently charge its students for completing the WorkKeys test.
What is the WorkKeys graphic literacy test measures?
What the WorkKeys®Graphic Literacy Test Measures The Graphic Literacy test is one of three WorkKeys® assessments used with the National Career Readiness Certificate program. This assessment measures skills that individuals use when they read and comprehend graphical materials to solve work- related problems. There are five levels of difficulty.
What is a WorkKeys exam?
The WorkKeys test is a nationally administered standardized test designed to assess applied mathematics, writing and reading skills.
Where can you take the WorkKeys test?
WorkKeys testing is offered at the Chillicothe Campus located at 1410 Industrial Drive. Testing is also available at our Circleville Campus located at 424 E. Mound St. *If PRCTC Adult Education is closed due to inclement weather the Workkeys Testing Center will be closed.