The ID-Alphanumerical (Alp), previously Alphanumerical Data Entry Test (ANDET), is a tool designed to measure how many numbers and letters the candidate can accurately enter during a timed period. It provides a fair assessment of an individual’s ability to enter a large amount of data without error.


Available languages

French | English

Required time

18 minutes


30 Questions | Development

Target audience

Any organization where staff must accurately enter alphanumeric data.

Assessed Skills

Standardized Report

Includes different results regarding data entry, such as:

- The number of gross characters
- The number of net characters
- The accuracy percentage
- The test duration in minutes
- The net number of characters per hour

It also provides the overall standardized result.

Health sector/administrative functions report FR

Includes the same information as the standard report for the ID-ALPHANUMERICAL test.

Key points

    • Quickly identify your candidates’ speed and accuracy of alphanumeric data input
    • Get instant results
    • Increase your organizational efficiency
    • Receive a simple yet detailed report

Take even more advantage of

Combine the ID-Alphanumerical with the ID-Administrative
to create a complete evaluation solution.

Combine the ID-Alphanumerical with the training plans
to ensure a professional development process.