Free Accuracy Tests
Circulate the three-minute tests with your people to keep accuracy front of mind and test their attention to detail skills in a fun way. The tests challenge your people to check accurately and quickly.
We regularly create new accuracy tests. To receive these as they are published please subscribe, free of charge.
Wellbeing and Resilience Tests
During this period of uncertainty and change, we want to help keep your people feeling productive, energised and in a good place, particularly if they're working from home. We recommend sharing these fun, light-hearted 'wellbeing and resilience' themed accuracy tests with your people, to help keep their attention to detail skills in tip-top shape! The tests in this category are interactive, so your people don't need a home printer to use them. Simply 'Take the test' first, then mark your own paper using the 'Answers' document. Don't forget to subscribe, free of charge, to receive new additions.
Challenge your people's data accuracy skills each month with fun tests. New additions are added regularly to this selection. To receive all new tests as they are published please subscribe, free of charge.
Written Communication Tests
To test your people's written accuracy skills, share these fun tests as they are released each month. New for 2020, we'll be adding to this range of written communication accuracy tests throughout the year. So subscribe now, free of charge, to make sure you don't miss any!
We improve people's accuracy skills in a wide range of sectors. Find yours below and challenge your people with one of our fun sector-specific accuracy tests. If you can't see your sector represented, call us on +44 (0)1638 723590 and we'll see if we can produce one just for you! Why not subscribe now, free of charge, to receive all our monthly tests?
Job Role and Themed Tests
We're asked to create new accuracy tests all the time, so use this range of tests when you want a challenge centered on a specific theme or job function. We regularly update this collection so why not subscribe, free of charge, to receive all new tests as they are published?