I have seen a few assessment tests. They usually focus on guidelines. Do you know which code s primary? Can the code you chose stand alone? Go over the guidelines in your manuals and make some notes. They might let you use your own coding manuals. If you don't mind taking them. I have notes written all over mine. I like the bubble and highlight technique shown at www.codingconnection.org. This is not just for passing an exam. The technique makes you a better coder all around.
Last, these companies order assessment tests. You might ask who the assessment test is through or have they created their own. You can go on-line and order an assessment exam. they cost but if you are really nervous it would be worth it. Don't say assessment tests make you nervous because that doesn't look good to the employer. Act with confidence and tell them you look forward to the exam.
I am writing this in the middle of the night due to a medication change and I can't seem to sleep. Please forgive me if my post is a bit muddled.
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