WORD PROCESSING

  • Category: Production & Objective Test 
    Type: Individual Event – Section, State, National

    Overview: Two parts: a one-hour production test administered and proctored at a designated school-site prior to the conference and a 60-minute objective test administered onsite at the conference. Refer to the Production & Objective Test Guidelines (link below) for proctor registration and test request.
    Production Test Competencies: Production of all types of business forms; Letters and mail merge; Memos; Tables: Reports (including statistical); Materials from rough draft and unarranged copy; Email messages.
    Objective Test Competencies: Related application knowledge; Advanced applications; Document formatting rules and standards; Grammar, punctuation, spelling, and proofreading; Printing.

    Skills: Word processing skills are necessary for all business leaders. This event recognizes FBLA members who demonstrate acquired word-processing skills aligned with the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification.

    Eligibility: The participant may not have previously competed in this event at the national level.

    SECTION: Each local chapter may enter a maximum of three (3) members. Competitors must have paid for membership and be registered for the section conference by December 13.
    STATE: A maximum of the top five (5) places from section competition will represent their section at the State Leadership Conference. Competitors must be registered for SLC by February 28.
    NATIONAL: 
    The top four (4) places in state competition will represent California at the National Leadership Conference. NOTE: Some SLC top-10 finalists will become eligible for the national conference as a result of drops. Make sure you get early approval from your parents to attend the National Conference so you will be in a position to say "yes" to your adviser if you are "bumped up".

    SECTION CONFERENCE
    Proctor Registration:
     
    See Competitive Events Overview for submission form.
    Step 1: Register School Site Proctor using the form found on the Overview Page. Submission date: December 13th. (see link above)

    Step 2: Register competitors using conference regististration by December 13th. (Only students registered in the event will receive a test.) 

    Submission: - Completed Skill Test Work and CertificationsJanuary 17th 

    STATE CONFERENCE
    Proctor Registration:
     
    See Competitive Events Overview for submission form.
    Step 1: Register School Site Proctor using the form found on the Overview Page. Submission date: February 28th. (see link above)

    Step 2: Register competitors using conference regististration by February 28th. (Only students registered in the event will receive a test.) 

    Submission: - Completed Skill Test Work and Certifications: March 20th 

     


    Guidelines: (Please read all guidelines)
    Production & Objective Test Guidelines
    General Guidelines for all events
    Competitive Event Tips

    Sample Practice Materials
    Sample Practice PDF #1

    Format Guide
    Format Guide PDF
    Website Resources
    Word Processing
    Word Processing Terms
     

    NBEA STANDARDS:
    Computation

    Information Technology
    CAREER STANDARDS:
    Business Management & Administration

    Information Technology