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ClickATest OnLine Spelling (U.S.) Test

Welcome to your ClickATest online Spelling (U.S.) Test. The test is certified according to stringent ISO 9001:2000 standards, so you can be sure when you pass it, your skill will be accepted and recognised world-wide. This makes it as valuable as any other qualification you may have - degree, diploma or certificate. Perhaps even better than these, it is also proof of your skill RIGHT NOW - the most up-to-date independent rating of your professional capabilities obtainable anywhere.

By choosing to proceed with this highly recognised certification, you are demonstrating to your existing and future employers that you are as good as you say you are - and making your CV look even more competitive. You're in good company too. Tests like these have help to boost the careers of more 200,000 people in 60 countries.



Scope of the online Spelling (U.S.) Test

Test Outline


Abbreviations
Contractions
States
Weights and Measures
American Spelling of Commonly Used Foreign Words
English Origin
French Origin
Italian Origin
Latin Origin
Other Origin
Common Errors
c vs. s
Double Consonants
Frequently Confused Words
Frequently Misspelled Words
g (sound) vs. j (sound)
g vs. dg
Homophones (triplets)
Homophones (twins)
ie vs. ei
Silent First Letters
Unstressed Vowels
Plurals
Compound Words
s vs. es
Utterly Unpredictable
With final f
With final o
With final y
Possessives
Plural Nouns
Pronouns
Proper Names
Singular Nouns
Prefixes
ante- vs anti-
in- vs en-
inter- vs enter-
Others with a Beginning Consonant
Others with a Beginning Vowel
pre- vs. per-
Proper Nouns
Geographical Names
People's Names
Suffixes
-ant vs. -ent
-cede vs. -ceed vs. -sede
-ence vs. -ance
-ible vs. -able
-sion vs. -tion
With final -ing
With final e
With final y
Terminology
Computer
Engineering
Legal
Medical

Duration

40 minutes.

Assessment Method of Questions

Multiple choice questions

Each question has between 2 and 8 options out of which 1 or more may be correct.

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