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Skills Assessment Guide
Skills Assessment Guide
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Skills Assessment Guide
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Skills Assessment Guide

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An overview and step-by-step guide to using Optimal Resume to take skills assessments.

An overview and step-by-step guide to using Optimal Resume to take skills assessments.

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  • 1. Optimal Assessment User’s Guide
  • 2. Begin assessment
  • 3. Which to choose?
  • 4. 3 types of assessments
    • Skills Inventory – Broad assessment to help you identify which skills you possess
    • Accomplishment Sheet – Identify industry-specific skills that you possess
    • Proficiency List – Identify job-related proficiencies that you possess
  • 5. The grid
  • 6. Using the grid
    • Each cell is the intersection of an experience and skill
    • Identify how you’ve gained skills through your experiences
    • Click “Add” in a cell to add details
    • Delete experiences or skills that you do not want to include
  • 7. Other options
    • Rename – change the name of your document
    • Delete – delete your assessment
    • Clone – make a copy of the assessment (like “Save As”)
    • To do – Create a to-do list for yourself
    • Switch Assessments – open another assessment
  • 8. Share
    • A shareable URL that you can send to employers or mentors
    • Post your document to social networking sites or share it via e-mail

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