Adobe Illustrator
pre-employment test

Versions
CC
Languages
English, French
Levels
Adaptive, Advanced, Intermediate, Beginner
Average duration
Adaptive: 25 minutes
Other: 15 minutes
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These tests are relevant for :

  • Marketing Assistant
  • Communication Manager
  • Advertising Manager
  • Graphic Designer
  • and other occupations where the creation of vector images (logos, illustrations, etc.) is necessary.

About the tests

These Illustrator recruitment tests from Isograd Testing Services are excellent tools hiring managers can use to help speed up the recruitment process and determine if a candidate’s skills meet your hiring needs before scheduling an interview. These pre-employment tests measure a candidate's general software skills, including the ability to use Illustrator's core features, manage and modify illustration attributes, or master complex transformations to correct and exploit an object. These recruitment tests are designed to assess the candidate's skills in Illustrator and to ensure that the candidate's technical skills are appropriate for the targeted position. Various questions, such as link, drag and drop, click on a zone, and drop down lists, target knowledge and skills on three levels of difficulty. Candidates with strong Adobe Illustrator skills are able to optimize the design process, use the full range of tools to correct an object to achieve an accurate result, or use the retouching functions to edit illustrations.

Adobe Illustrator tests assessment Domains

  • Interface, workspace and fundamentals
  • Work on objects
  • Specific functions
  • Production
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Skills Reports

Comprehensive and easy-to-interpret competency reports are generated at the end of each assessment test. They help you to:

  • Identify candidates'skills at a glance
  • Tailor your programs to their training needs
  • Measure the effectiveness of your programs
  • Obtain group reports or progress reports

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