As we announced in this blog post earlier this year, our newest test is called the Computer Literacy and Internet Knowledge test (CLIK). We developed the CLIK because many of our customers requested a test of general computer literacy. The CLIK consists of two short simulations in which the test-taker is asked to perform basic tasks (opening a document, copying and pasting, sending an email, doing a Google search, etc.) on a simulated desktop, followed by some multiple choice questions. The CLIK has quickly become one of our most popular tests, which to me is a sign that employers are definitely seeing the need for a test that measures basic computer skills, rather than specific knowledge of a particular application, like Microsoft Excel of Word.