Each individual who takes the TANu test is subject to the same 30-minute test format, during which 90 questions must be answered.
The test is taken online.There is a function in order to track the remaining time and number of questions.
For each question there are 3 possible answers. It is possible to search online, however, with the awareness to not spend too much time!
The test is available in several languages / cultures. To date, French, English and Wolof are available.
The questions are organized by level. The first 30 questions are level 1, the next 30 are level 2 and the last 30 are level 3, allowing the candidate or collaborator to begin the test smoothly. The intention is not to create a stressful testing situation, rather to encourage the test-taker to open up to the diverse subjects covered by the TANu test, increase awareness of digital technology impacts and to want to go further into the subject after completing the test.
The 90 core curriculum questions are divided into five categories covering the diversity of what digital technology represents. However, the test can be enriched with additional categories of questions specific to a profession!
Every day new technologies, new services, new uses appear and others disappear. Economic and social domains are impacted: health, transportation, banking, media, sports ... Digital technology is everywhere. TANu reflects this agility.
Therefore, we update daily our question database—we add, we modify, we remove. Thanks to a big data platform the level of difficulty of the questions is continuously reassessed.
In addition to the 5 main categories TANu offers, you can add one or more additional categories when creating a session.
For example if you are in the retail sector you will certainly want an E-commerce category, but you also have the option to add a category directly onto the digital tools used in your company (intranet, business software, etc.).
Adding a complementary category extends the test duration by 6 minutes and 18 questions.Contact us
The scores from each digital domain are presented in the form of a « passport » ou certifcate. These scores are valuable indicators of your employees’ digital culture.
The tester’s skill level is explained in an analysis of the results.
After the test the employee or candidate can compare his or her own digital awareness to that of other TANu testers.
The TANu School’s self-training platform is a great source for awareness and motivation for progress.
The company that sent the testing invitation sees the individual and overall results of its sessions. All results are also downloadable in CSV format to easily consolidate with internal data, thus refining your digital maturity diagnosis.
On the dashboard of your company account, find the statistics that concern your employees.