Sometimes I analyze my blog’s statistics to see how people access the No Job for Mom blog. I was quite interested to see that several web surfers are interested in oDesk and are more than likely preparing to take the oDesk readiness test.
There are many search queries for “oDesk readiness test answers” and “oDesk test answers” and “oDesk ready test answers.” I was rather impressed at the resourcefulness of the readers to search the web for the readiness test answers. However, the answers for the oDesk readiness test are all contained on the oDesk site.
oDesk Readiness Testing Strategy
The great thing about the oDesk readiness test is that it is an “open book” test. Before I took the test, I decided to read through all of the preparatory information. I took a day or two to read through everything only to come to the conclusion that there was no way I was going to remember everything about oDesk by reading all of the material.
I familiarized myself with the information, but could not memorize it. Therefore, when it came time to take the test, I opened another browser window and quickly researched the oDesk site for the appropriate answers.
Apparently the strategy worked because I was able to pass the oDesk readiness test.
Sometimes there are short cuts and there are long cuts. The long cut is to search the web to find answers when the answers lay right within the confines of the oDesk website. The short cut is to take a deep breath, steady your nerves and follow the oDesk directions. Even if you don’t pass it the first time, the good thing about oDesk is that you are given a second chance.
About the Author: Felicia A. Williams is a freelance writer and blogger. She spends the majority of her time with her family and writing. If she's not writing or commenting on NJFM, she's either outside smelling the roses or writing articles for one of her other sites which include Tidbits and Stuff, BLULOW, A Dose of Health and a few other sites/blogs scattered around the internet.