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CSS/CSM testing 
14th-Jul-2007 01:22 pm
crazy bouncy ball
My boss told  me to go start the CSS quiz thing you need to take in order to become a Css/Csm when I got out of work yesterday, because she opened a requisition for that position soley because she wants me to become one (which I knew since she hired me) and my name wasnt on the list when she got it.
So I go thinking it's like 20 questions right? No.. Many MANY MANY more than that. I thought it would be a cake test too, but I'm finding after the first handful that I can narrow it down to 2 possible answers out of 2 then usually the two are almost the same but just slightly different and it confuses me. While I am taking this test thinking "policy, policy, what would Wal-Mart expect me to do?" Its still confusing sometimes. Anyhow, I only did 10 before leaving because I found it weird that she was ok'ing me to stay late to do the test, plus I had to be somewhere.
Anyone know what the passing is on the test? Like 98%? 85%?
Any suggestions on how to get through it?
15th-Jul-2007 12:54 am (UTC)
Think of Wal-Mart. Don't think of things YOU would do.
15th-Jul-2007 01:29 am (UTC)
um if this is the same test that im thinking...you cant save it! Is it the same one that you have to take for Dept Mgr?
15th-Jul-2007 01:57 am (UTC)
You can stop the test, and you can continue it later (within a certain time period). However, the question you were on when you quit can't be answered and you can't go back and change anything you already answered.
15th-Jul-2007 03:54 am (UTC)
They dont give you your final score, just a pass or fail. Like the person above said, put the answers walmart wants you to say. If you fail, you gotta wait 6 months to take it again.

Good luck, but if I were you I'd avoid a CSM position like it had the cooties.
15th-Jul-2007 01:22 pm (UTC)
also, on the questions that are agree or disagree, chose 'strongly' agree or disagree, not just the regular ones
17th-Jul-2007 06:14 am (UTC)
Where were YOU when I needed that opinion? xD
17th-Jul-2007 06:13 am (UTC)
Think of "respect for the individual" and the other two basic beliefs. :)
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