A web or graphics designer is commonly expected to be very proficient in Photoshop for executing creative work in an efficient manner. It is very important for employers to identify candidates having practical experience in using Photoshop and applying this knowledge in real time work scenario.
Mettl Adobe Photoshop CS Skills Test evaluates potential hires on industrial application of Adobe Photoshop, designing and creativity skills. Photoshop Skills Test assesses a candidate's working knowledge on key concepts such as Colors, Layers, Masks and Channels, Filters and Effects, Image Properties, Creativity, working with text etc. This test can be used for recruiting designers with 0 to 3 years of experience.
Key profiles that the test can be useful for:
Benefits of using Mettl Adobe Photoshop Test:
The Adobe Photoshop Assessment evaluates candidates on Photoshop Basics, Layers, Healing tools, Actions and many more with question items designed specifically to assess the practical and application based knowledge.
NOTE: The test is available in English language. If required, the test can be provided in other languages as well. Please connect with us at email@example.com for any such requirement.
Can I get benchmark scores for the candidates who take this assessment for hiring decisions?
Yes, we can do so selectively. Please write to us for such a request and we would be glad to assist.
Can I get customized reports for the candidates who take this assessment, for example, to highlight the most important competency?
Yes, we can do so selectively. Please write to us for such a request and we would be glad to work out a solution for you.
How are candidates’ scores evaluated?
The candidates are evaluated on critical competencies and skills required for a job role. Scores on these competencies/ skills are looked in combination to determine if the candidates are recommended for the role.
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