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Excel Interviewing and Testing Guide

You're applying for a job, and you're going to be tested on Excel skills. Maybe your interviewer will ask you a few questions about how you've used spreadsheets in the past. Or maybe you've been asked to take a full-fledged Excel exam before continuing in the application process. Either way, you're nervous, and want to be sure that you're ready for whatever your interviewers throw your way.

Are you:

  • Worried that formulas or functions you don't know about will come up during your interview?
  • Feeling a lack of confidence about passing an Excel exam?
  • Wondering whether you're truly qualified for the job?
  • Eager to do everything you can to give yourself a leg up in the interview process?

Don’t worry — you’re not alone. Around the world, thousands of employees just like you are applying for new jobs — and worried about the exact same things.

But it doesn’t have to be that way.

How much more comfortable would you feel if you knew you had the skills it took to get the job?

Imagine:

  • You would walk into your interview with confidence.
  • You would be secure in the knowledge that your Excel skills are up to snuff.
  • You would be proud of your abilities and project conviction during your interview.

And, most importantly — you would blow your interviewer away by demonstrating that you're the most qualified candidate for the job.

So, where to start?

You’re a independent, productive person, and you like solving problems on the fly — so you’ve searched online for Excel interview and test prep materials. You’ve read forums and articles trying to figure out which formulas and functions will help you out the most, but there’s so much information out there that it’s hard to figure out where to begin.

There's an easier way:

The Excel Interviewing and Testing Guide

The Excel Interviewing and Testing Guide will teach you the skills you need to get the job. Written for the intermediate Excel user who wants to prepare for job interviews and tests, this book will outline the formulas, functions, and features you need to know as you apply. When you’re finished reading, you’ll feel confident in your ability to tackle any spreadsheet task that’s thrown your way.

Here’s the best part: the downloadable .pdf now only costs $8. That’s right: for just 8 bucks, you can put yourself on the path to feeling in-control and confident walking into your interview. That’s an incredible deal considering how massive an impact this could have on your career.

But that’s not all...

You'll get the job. Or your money back.

If you don't get the job, you'll get your money back.

Download the guide, read through it, and use it to prepare for your interview. On the rare chance that you don't get the job, send me an e-mail within 30 days of your purchase and I will refund 100% of the cost — no questions asked. You don't have to return anything — just let me know and I'll issue a refund.

It's literally that easy. If you don't get the job, you keep the guide and get your money back.

With zero risk on your end, you can't afford to pass up this amazing opportunity to ace your interview. Think about it: dominate the interview, and this book has already paid for itself a hundred times over.

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What's inside

The Excel Interviewing and Testing Guide contains all the information you need to prepare for your interview and Excel test in a detailed 100+ page .pdf. Here's what you'll find inside:

  • Critical Excel formulas and functions to master before your test...
  • Common interview questions to expect during your live interview...
  • Must-learn Excel terminology to ensure that you're up on the latest...
  • 7 sample questions to test your skills...
  • Plus... dozens of crucial hotkeys that will help you with timed Excel tests...

Here's a detailed, chapter-by-chapter overview of what you'll get:

Introduction

Brief introduction from Deskbright's founder

What to expect

Brief overview of common corporate Excel interviewing and testing practices to help you prepare for what's to come

Live interview questions

Sample live Excel interview questions you can expect to review, with sample responses and suggestions for answering each

Hotkeys to know

List of critical hotkeys to know if asked to complete a live Excel test — particularly when time is an important factor

Sample Excel challenges

Small sample of in-Excel challenges that commonly appear within Excel interviews and tests

Detailed function reference

Detailed walkthroughs of the most critical Excel features and functions to know (see below).

Mathematical functions

Basics of the most common mathematical functions you'll need to know for your interview, including SUMs, cumulative SUMs with absolute and relative cell references, AVERAGEs, and MAX / MINs

Working with dates and times

Introduction to Excel's unique time formatting system, and an overview of date-based functions that allow us to manipulate, add, and subtract dates and times

Working with strings

Summary of Excel's string manipulation capabilities, including concatenation, LEFT and RIGHT functions, and searching for substrings; overview of advanced string parsing with wildcards

Lookup functions

Detailed dive into Excel's most useful functions, like VLOOKUP and HLOOKUP; expert-level tutorials on more complex lookups with multiple criteria and dimensions

Logical functions

Introduction to boolean logic and how it can be used to create dynamic, intelligent spreadsheets with the IF function; deep dive into conditional logic functions like SUMIFS and COUNTIFS

Working with PivotTables

End-to-end exploration of the power of PivotTables, from simple one-dimensional Pivots through complex multi-dimensional tables that summarize metrics in different ways

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