Keyboarding 1 Online
(Specific information is intended as an example only.)
Lesson 29: A-J (skip 29-K and
Lesson 29-G+, Language Arts
Repeat this drill until you have
2 errors maximum.
|Lesson 29-H, Basic
Parts of a Memo
Lesson 29-J, Memos With Attachment
Skip 29-K and 29-L.
Correspondence 29-14, Memo
Lesson 30: A-E
Lesson 30-D, 3-Minute Timed Writing
TW Goal: 32/5e
|Lesson 30-E: Italic and Underline
(Block-Style Letter), 20 minutes
Correspondence 28-13 (Envelope), 5 minutes (+2)
This document has been designated as a
practice test because it is very similar to the actual document processing
test you will take when you come on campus next week. Use Start
Work to begin from a blank Word screen, and type the practice test. Your
goal is to have zero Keystroking Errors and correct formatting
when you click Submit Work and to complete the job within the
time limit. When you come on campus for your actual test, you will be
required to do the same.
YOU MAY NOT EDIT A PRACTICE TEST! If you exit and find you
had any errors, use Start Work (not Edit Work)
to retype the document from a blank screen. You may restart a practice test
as many times as you want to and you should. This is how you prepare
yourself for the actual test in which you are allowed only one attempt.
Start Work to create Correspondence 30-19; correct all typos and formatting errors.
- Exit and use Browse and Submit Work.
If you have any
Start Work to begin from a blank Word screen, and try again.
- If you have zero errors, check Time Spent
in the Portfolio to be sure you are within the time limit. Time Spent begins when you
click Start Work and ends when the file name appears in the
Browse box after clicking Browse. Therefore, work efficiently
as you open, close, save, and browse to your finished job.
I will allow 2 extra minutes for these activities;
so if your Time Spent is 22 minutes, for example, you're still within an
acceptable time limit.
- Create Correspondence 28-13 using the same
Note: When you come in for
testing next week, you will have only one Start Work attempt on
the test. Your goal is to have zero Keystroking Errors and
correct formatting when you click Submit Work to score the
document within the time limit.
Because printouts include instructor comments, consider printing to use the
job details as a study guide, particularly for any practice tests. From
My GDP, Portfolio, expand the desired annotated job; click
Details; scroll to the bottom of the job window, and click Print.