WHY CANDIDATES FAIL ARROW/ADS ASSESSOR EXAM?
An Exam Preparation Tool has just been created to help you pass these difficult exams you are given when you apply for ads evaluation jobs, you have to pass a qualification exam that is quite difficult. Each company has a name for their ads assessor project. Appen Ads Assessor project is called Arrow if you work for Lionbridge you work on the Ads Assessor project.
Despite all the fancy names, the exam and rating process are the same for these companies because the customer is one, only vendors are different. The biggest problem with this exam is that it is difficult to pass this qualification with only one attempt. In fact, even Appen and Lionbridge explain in a welcome mail that there is a high chance of failing it. With that said, you’re going to need all the help you can get. With the Exam Preparation Tool you can be sure you’re ready.
Keep in mind that unlike Yukon project/Personalized Assessor and Maps Analyst (Shasta) projects’ qualification, the Ads Assessor/Arrow project qualification allows only one attempt to pass the exam.
STUDYING THE GUIDELINES AND DOING THE EXAM SIMULATION PRACTICE ARE ESSENTIAL IN SUCCESS IN PASSING THE ACTUAL EXAM
If you think this is an exaggeration, then just search for comments on passing the exam and see what you will find. You’ll find in a lot of cases people who claim that they studied for several days before the exam began. With that said, it’s just not possible to demonstrate the knowledge of these guidelines without investing a significant amount of effort in the one-week time frame they give you to study the guide. The guide itself is designed in a way that assesses your ability to understand and apply rating concepts and the rules based on instructions. There is a lot of material to go over, and it can be a bit confusing. But once again, you’re not going to get anywhere near passing if you don’t start going through the guide.
WHAT IS ADS EVALUATION EXAM SIMULATION TOOL?
The tool will help anyone who is getting ready or considering taking the exam. This tool was designed to assist candidates with exam preparation with the main focus on practical rating tasks that include: Search Ads Evaluation, User to Keywords, User Interests and Close Match Evaluation tasks. The tool has 20 Search Ads Evaluation tasks, 10 User to Keywords tasks, 10 User Interests Evaluation tasks and and 10 Close Match Evaluation tasks, these tasks are the main exam tasks types which cover basically all rating concepts, which will help you to develop rating skills which will be tested during a real exam.
HOW USING THIS TOOL CAN HELP YOU PASS THE EXAM?
You might be wondering how using this tool can help you pass the exam. The way that it is designed will show you exactly your problem area that you need to focus on. It helps you identify your level of understanding of the rating concepts, and your ability to apply them by practicing first, and then identifying your weak points. You will receive your overall score (pass or fail), detailed feedback on your mistakes and know exactly what you need to go back and study in the guide. Of course we need to disclaim that there are no real actual exam tasks because that isn’t going to help you understand anyway. Each one of these is hand designed from most typical exam tasks, and is designed to be the best simulation possible. If you pass this, you will be ready to pass the actual exam.
HOW TO PROCEED WITH EXAM SIMULATION TOOL?
If you’re still skeptical, we have a free demo version which you can try FREE right now! It contains 1 Search Ads Evaluation task, 1 User to Keywords task, 1 User Interests Evaluation task, and 1 Close Match Evaluation tasks so you can see how it works. Once again, the demo is 100% free and you’re completely anonymous.
The tool has 20 Search Ads Evaluation tasks, 10 User to Keywords tasks, 10 User Interests Evaluation tasks and and 10 Close Match Evaluation tasks, these tasks are the main exam tasks types which cover basically all rating concepts, will allow to develop rating skills which will be tested during a real exam.