The goal of the testing is to determine a level of basic IT skills of respondents  and their capabilities of using them in study, at work and in every day life - especially in that of the main target group -  young people, high school and university graduates but also employees and general public. The test has been elaborated by an expert team and expresses an idea of employers as to what kind of IT skills they expect from their future employees.

The test consists of 25 multiple choice questions with one correct answer per question. For each question there are usually 4 different variants and one of them is randomly generated for each respondent.

After completing all tasks, the respondent will be shown information about his or her attained results in the IT FITNESS TEST. Scores will be shown in the form of percentage of success for each respondent. Based on the percentage level each respondent will fall into one out of five given categories. Each category comes with a comment on the result.

  The test is to be filled out online with no need of installation. 

  To take the test it is required that every participant register via his or her own e-mail. The registration icon may be found in the top right corner of this site. A certificate with your results will be sent to your e-mail right after completing the test.

  Before taking the test it is necessary to complete an information part that will take about 5 minutes. 

  Respondents will receive correct answers after completing the test.

  As completing the test, each respondent needs to use the Internet to search for information and solve the tasks.

  In some questions it is required that each participant work with social networks (Facebook, GooglePlus, ...), However, the respondent is not obligateted to have his or her own social network account, nor does he or she have to register in their accounts if they do. The test only requires that they search in public and secure social network profiles.

  Some tasks require working with spreadsheets.

Tasks in the test have been divided into five basic sections: Office Package, Internet, Security, Collaborative Tools and Social Networks and Complex Tasks. The test focuses on determining  the proper level of

  basic and more advanced skills in the IT area,

  competencies in the area of creating and presenting information (Office Software, Internet)

  practical skills in searching for and processing of information (sources, searching and sorting, communication)

In the following table is a list of different success levels and respective comments.





Excellent level of knowledge and skills in the IT area

You might as well by an IT professional or you rank among very skilled IT users.


High level of basic IT knowledge and skills

Your basic knowledge and skills in the IT area are on a very good level. You orient well in the world of information technologies and can use them effectively.


Average to above-average level of basic IT knowledge and skills

Your competencies in the area of IT basics are on average to above-average level. Your can orient yourself and use IT for work or entertainment.


Lower to average level of basic IT knowledge and skills

Your competencies in the area of IT basics are on lower than average to average level. You are on the right track but for better orientation in IT (and so in the modern world too) you need to work on yourself more.


Low level of basic IT knowledge and skills

Unfortunately the test has shown only low level of your basic IT knowledge. For better orientation in the modern world we recommend that you seek further education in this area.

Characteristics of individual test result levels

Personal Data Protection:

  Registering for the test, the respondent gives permission to have his or her personal data processed. 

  Personal data provided in registration will be solely used for the testing purposes. 

  The goal of the test is self-evaluation of respondents. 

  Providers of the testing commit to fully respect laws on personal data protection valid within the EU.