Quality Assurance Test


Hi Applicant,


This will be your examination before qualifying for the position of Quality Assurance. This is being given to you to gauge your skills and proficiency for the said position. The result of this examination will also be used to pinpoint your areas of weakness and how to improve them.


Open a blank page in Microsoft Word and follow these instructions:


Read the paragraphs below and underline mistakes you find. Write the correct form beside the sentence.


  1. Well, its another rainy day. I wonder what I will do? First, I think I’ll take a walk around the neyborhood to stretch my legs. Second I’ll cook a big breakfast with toast fruit eggs and bacon. After that, I might mow my lawn; it’s getting pretty long. I’m not sure what I’ll do after that. I guess I should go see my mother. I think she wants me to go grocery shopping with her. I have no idea why she can’t just go by her self. Or, better still, she could ask my dad to go with her! I doubt he will want to go with her though. He doesn’t like going to the grocery store as much as I do!

  2. Jaime been applying for full–time jobs for several months. The last week he received a call from the Human Resources director at a computer software company the HR director asked Jaime could he fly to Chicago for a job interview. The company offered to pay for Jaime’s plane ticket to Chicago, so that he will not have to pay for it himself. Jamie agreed to come for the interview. Since then, Jaime has been busy collecting informaton about the company. He also went shopping for a new suite. Jaime and his wife have been rehearsing answers to possible interview questions, so that Jaime will be good and ready his best. Jaime is nervous about the interview, but his looking forward to working at a new place.

  3. My stepmother is the jenealogist of the family. She maintains records of births, deaths, marriages, and divorces. She takes the job real serious. She sends missives to the family whoever something noteworthy occurs. We recently had a bulletin about the demise of the relative during the Civil War– which transpired a century-and-a-half ago. This ancestor apparently bequeathed his old earthly possessions (some beautiful and antique furniture) to his progeny, who in turn bequeathed their goods to their descendants. My husband’s great- grandfather, his mother’s father, has recently inherited some of this beautiful antique furniture. My husband wonders if he will one day pass heirlooms on to his progeny. If yes, we may inherit some new furniture, and my stepmother will have even more to keep track of!

  4. To be, or not to be...that is the question” This wellknown utterance has been the source of both mystery and wonderment for students around the world since the turn of the 16th century— arguably the zenith of Shakespeare’s creative output. However, the mere ubiquity of this phrase fails to answer some basic questions about it’s rather context. Where did it come from what does it mean? The first of these questions (where does it come from?) can be answered fairly easily: from Shakespeare’s famous play Hamlet. As for the last of the two questions, a complete answer would require a more deep look at Shakespearean culture and nuance.

Use Microsoft Word. Use this format for your file name: QA Hiring Exam_(Last Name)


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