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May 3, 2007 12:15 am

New to Forum...


Help, does anyone have a copy of this test. I  found out today I have to take it tomorrow and I want to know what is one it. I have basic general idea, but dose anyone have a sample?? help...


thanks

May 3, 2007 12:21 am

Relax...these tests aren't that hard.  If you can't pass this blind, you probably don't belong in the business anyway.  From what I hear, it's composed of some fairly basic math and common sense type questions.

May 3, 2007 12:27 am

thanks... I always panic... I have been in the business 10 years, on domestic and international side and I have one of my lic. but I hate tests... and even more ones I have no clue about.


Granted... I am better in the sales and I usually can refer the business or get advise from bloomberg... hahahaha


thanks... any tips?

May 3, 2007 11:48 am

As long as they don't make him spell "does".


You'll do fine. These are the sorts of tests they use to screen  persons while making sure they have a "reason" to have done so.

May 4, 2007 7:21 pm

Whomitmayconcern: I hope your company doesn't make you take a grammar test because the period in "does" goes inside the quotations -- like this "does."

May 4, 2007 11:33 pm
derekgaddy:

Whomitmayconcern: I hope your company doesn't make you take a grammar test because the period in "does" goes inside the quotations -- like this "does."



NO derek.  Get your facts straight.  In the context used by whomit, the period goes OUTSIDE the quotes because the quotation marks are not used to signify that you are quoting someone else, but to place emphasis on the word "does".

May 5, 2007 1:17 am
banker:

thanks... any tips?





1. Work on your spelling.



2. In real life you can't type HELP HELP, and have your problems solved.




May 5, 2007 6:54 am
joedabrkr:
derekgaddy:

Whomitmayconcern: I hope your company doesn't make you take a grammar test because the period in "does" goes inside the quotations -- like this "does."



NO derek.  Get your facts straight.  In the context used by whomit, the period goes OUTSIDE the quotes because the quotation marks are not used to signify that you are quoting someone else, but to place emphasis on the word "does".



Sorry, but Derek was absolutely correct.  Periods ALWAYS go inside quotations.  There are no exceptions to this rule.  Context only matters in the placement of question marks.