Canadian Cash Handling Assessment


Canadian Cash Handling Assessment


This Canadian Cash Handling test is designed to access a test taker's ability to recognize the various bills and coins of Canadian currency, to add and subtract using bills and coins, and to accurately make change. With this in mind, the assessment presents questions that focus primarily on using the least amount of bills and coins to make certain amounts, working with images depicting actually currency, and simple addition and subtraction. This assessment is appropriate for cashiers, retail associates, and bank tellers that frequently handle Canadian currency.

This test includes the need to calculate to the penny even though the Royal Canadian Mint ceased the distribution of pennies in February, 2013. Please use the Canadian Cash Handling [No Pennies] if the position should round to the nearest nickel.


Total Questions 30
Question Types Multiple Choice
Competencies Tested Using the Least Coins/Bills
Working with Coins/Bills
Addition and Subtraction
Tasks Tested Fewest Coins to Make the Amount
Least Amount of Coins
Fewest Bills and Coins to Make the Amount
Correct Change
How Much Money
How Much Does a Customer Owe
How Much More Money in Your Drawer
Finding Errors
How Much Money Still Owed
Twenty Dollars of Quarters
How Many Dollar Coins
How Much Money in Your Drawer
Three Dollars of Nickels
Customer's Change