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**A Guide to the Written Test
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for the

Entry-Level Account / Audit Clerical Series

Andrew M. Cuomo Governor

The operations may involve alphabetizing. The sample question is similar to the type of questions that will be presented on the actual test. Note: You will not be allowed to use a calculator. and division is necessary. This test guide provides the SOLUTION and correct answer to each sample question. and fractions.INTRODUCTION The New York State Department of Civil Service has developed this test guide to familiarize you with the written test for the Entry-Level Account / Audit Clerical Series. to answer these questions or any other questions on this written test. and/or counting given groups of letters and/or numbers 2. 3. Questions may also involve the use of percents. You should study each sample question and solution in order to understand how the correct answer was determined. This test guide provides a general description of the subject areas which will be tested and the different types of questions you may see on the test. A TEST TASK is provided for each subject area. Knowledge of addition. decimals. decimals. subtraction. subtraction. checking. The written test for the Entry-Level Account / Audit Clerical Series has an overall time allowance of 3 hours. comparing. or any other type of calculating device. ARITHMETIC REASONING: These questions test for the ability to solve arithmetic problems which are presented in sentence or short paragraph form. Questions may also involve fractions. The remainder of this test guide explains how you will be tested in each of the subject areas listed above. This test guide also provides at least one SAMPLE QUESTION for each subject area. multiplication. Read each explanation carefully. averages. CLERICAL OPERATIONS WITH LETTERS AND NUMBERS: These questions test for skills and abilities in clerical operations with letters and numbers. multiplication. The Examination Announcement will specify the exact subject areas to be included on the particular examination you will be taking. and percents. The test questions will cover the following three subject areas: 1. and division. This is an explanation of how a question will be presented and how to correctly answer it. ARITHMETIC COMPUTATION WITHOUT CALCULATORS: These questions test for the ability to do addition. .

checking. SAMPLE QUESTION 3: Which choice below lists the letter that is as far after C as T is after O in the alphabet? A. D. There are 4 letters between O and T in the alphabet (P. “start”. look at each word to see how many contain the same letter more than once. “daffodils”. count how many letters are between O and T in the alphabet. 2 3 4 5 The correct answer is B. and/or counting given groups of letters and/or numbers. with the groups of letters in the column on the right. RPTQVS. The operations may involve alphabetizing.” A. D. B. the correct answer to this question is 6 (choice B). The correct answer is B. SOLUTION: To answer this question correctly. 2 3 4 5 BRFQSX ACDBOJ RPTQVS ZUYRVB SQRPAS HVCRWB SAMPLE QUESTION 2: In the following sentence. C. B. Since there are 4 times where 8 follows 6 when 6 follows an odd number in the list above (568. C. “cheer”) contain letters that appear more than once in that word. determine the number of times 8 follows 6 when 6 follows an odd number in the list of numbers above. Since six words (“Fool’s”.SUBJECT AREA 1 CLERICAL OPERATIONS WITH LETTERS AND NUMBERS: These questions test for skills and abilities in clerical operations with letters and numbers. You must determine the specific answer to each question.E. the correct answer to this question is H (choice B). compare the groups of letters in the column on the left. 368. comparing.S). C. . SAMPLE QUESTION 1: How many pairs of the following groups of letters are exactly alike? BRFQSX ACDOBJ RPTQVS ZUYRVB SPQRAS HVCBWR A. 5 6 7 8 The correct answer is B. how many words contain letters that appear more than once in that word? “Right around April Fool’s Day. Since there are also 4 letters between C and H in the alphabet (D. SOLUTION: To answer this question correctly. SOLUTION: To answer this question correctly. D. “emerge”. 968). The correct answer is C. D. C. ZUYRVB). “crocuses”. how many times does 8 come just after 6 when 6 comes just after an odd number? 6325687253494236844576842396868 A. 768. Since three pairs are exactly alike (BRFQSX. the daffodils and crocuses start to emerge and cheer us up after a long winter. TEST TASK: You will be given questions which involve a variety of operations with letters and numbers. B. Determine how many pairs are exactly alike.Q. the correct answer to this question is 4 (choice C).R.G). G H I J SAMPLE QUESTION 4: In the following list of numbers. SOLUTION: To answer this question correctly. B. the correct answer to this question is 3 (choice B).F.

You must then multiply 80 by 1. Since 14% are physicians’ assistants. SOLUTION: To answer this question correctly. and division is necessary. subtraction. 86% (100% minus 14%) are not physicians’ assistants.5. 120.0 The correct answer to this sample question is D. multiplication. multiplying. 14% are physicians' assistants.SUBJECT AREA 2 ARITHMETIC COMPUTATION WITHOUT CALCULATORS: These questions test for the ability to do addition. Knowledge of addition. decide what must be done to answer the question. Since 80 x 1. SUBJECT AREA 3 ARITHMETIC REASONING: These questions test for the ability to solve arithmetic problems which are presented in sentence or short paragraph form. in the correct order. decimals. decimals.0 (Choice D). Since 300 x 0. 1. You may also have to solve problems involving fractions. 0.5 to determine what 150% of 80 is. B.86. . the number of workers at the medical facility who are not physicians’ assistants is 258 (choice C). and percents. understand the situation presented. SAMPLE QUESTION: Of the 300 people working at a medical facility. 5. SAMPLE QUESTION: How much is 150% of 80? A.5 = 120.3 C. These arithmetic computations must be done without the aid of a calculator. multiplication. averages. C. Questions may also involve the use of percents. and division. in order to arrive at the correct answer. to determine what 86% of 300 is (the number of workers at the medical facility who are not physicians’ assistants). TEST TASK: For each question. decimals. subtraction. D.8 B.0 D. and fractions. you must read the problem.86.86 = 258. 1. 70.0. and apply the appropriate arithmetic operation(s). subtracting. Questions may also involve fractions. and multiply 300 by 0. TEST TASK: You will be provided with numerical problems which you must solve by adding. 42 86 258 286 The correct answer to this sample question is C. you must first convert 150% to its decimal value. SOLUTION: To answer this question correctly. the correct answer to this sample question is 120. and percents. You will not be allowed to use a calculator or any other type of calculating device to answer these questions or any other questions on this written test. averages. or dividing. You must then convert 86% to its decimal value. you must first determine what percent of the people working at the medical facility are not physicians’ assistants. How many workers at the medical facility are not physicians' assistants? A.

• Read and follow all directions on your Admission Notice.. a photo ID containing your signature. • The use of such devices anywhere on the grounds of the test site (this includes the test room. During the test . headphones. • Keep track of the time. hallways. a quiet lunch or snack. • Do NOT remove any test materials from the test room • Do NOT paraphrase. • Do NOT bring this test guide to the test site. building. • Study and review this guide to become familiar with what the test will cover. and parking lots) could result in your disqualification. two No. CONCLUSION Your attitude and approach to the test will influence how well you perform. even in general terms. After the test ... and any other allowed materials. • Arrive at the test site on time. You should be careful that you do not inadvertently violate test security and put yourself at risk. 2 pencils. You should not discuss the questions and answers. candidates may be disqualified from appointment to the positions for which the examination is being held and from being a candidate for any civil service examination for five years. Unauthorized possession or disclosure of the test material is prohibited by law and punishable by imprisonment and/or a fine. other individuals may want to talk with you about the test. • Do NOT discuss the test material with others. After you take the test. beepers. At the test site … • Do NOT bring cell phones. reconstruct. grounds. restrooms. .TEST SECURITY The test you will be taking is the property of the New York State Department of Civil Service.. or discuss the test content with others. and Candidate Directions. Before the test . On the day of the test . reconstruct. or reproduce the test material in any way. answer sheets.... • Follow the Monitor's instructions. Additionally. or any electronic or other communication devices to the test site. • Bring your Admission Notice. Candidates may not remove test material from the test site and may not reproduce. • Study and review the subject areas that will be covered on the test. A positive attitude will help you do your best.. test booklets.

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