Frequently Asked Questions

How to invite candidates to take the TANu?


You must first open a company account or log in.

In your company account, you must Create a session, then fill out the form, including the email addresses of the people invited. The invitations will leave as soon as the form is saved.

If necessary, a tutorial in the Help Center guides you step by step in creating your tests.

In which languages ​​is the test available?

The TANu test is available in several languages ​​(culture):

  • French
  • English
  • (Coming Soon) Spanish
  • Wolof,
  • French and English in African version.

The choice of language is made when creating a session. Thus, from your company account, you can create different sessions in different languages.

What are the TANu test questions about?

The test is divided into 5 categories of questions common to all TANu candidates. A candidate's score is calculated based on the results in these categories.

  • Computing: This category includes questions on software, operating systems, programming languages ​​and general culture questions.
  • Internet: In this category you will find questions on how the Internet works, on websites, on online security and general culture questions.
  • Social Networks: The questions in this category relate mainly to the offer of social networks and their operation.
  • Technology: This category deals with computers, smartphones, robotics and connected objects.
  • Digital Economy: The questions in this category relate to large digital transformation companies, and to the economic systems inherent in the internet.

There are also additional categories, developed specifically for trades (banking, insurance, etc.). It is also possible to customize the test with private categories for a company.

What additional categories are currently available?

There are currently additional categories available for the banking, insurance and health professions for accountants. There is also a Digital Company category and one to prepare for the General Regulations on Personal Data (RGDP).

You will find all the information on these categories and how to obtain them on our dedicated page.

If you are interested in creating a private category, please let us know.

Do all questions have the same value? Do you lose points when you answer a question wrong?

There are three difficulty levels.

Level 3 questions are more difficult than Level 2 questions, which are themselves more complex than Level 1 questions. The higher the level of a question, the more correctly it is answered.

evel 1 questions are asked at the start of the test, then level 2 questions and lastly level 3 questions.

During the test, 30 questions of each difficulty level are asked. And no, you don't lose a point when you answer a question wrong.

How is the level of questions calculated?


First, the experts in charge of writing the questions estimate their level of difficulty: 1, 2 or 3. As soon as a question has been asked more than 30 times, a data clustering algorithm reassesses its level of difficulty regularly based on the number of correct answers obtained for this question.

Who writes the questions?


The main category questions are written by our team of experts.

For questions in the complementary categories, we work in collaboration with experts from the fields concerned.

Who are we ?

TANu Digital is a training center specializing in digital, activity declaration registered under number 75640453064 with the prefect of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region.

We are digital and training professionals: a team of digital experts - developers, web designer, copywriters, consultants - and training - trainers, educational engineer.

Since 2003, we have supported dozens of companies of all sizes, very small businesses, SMEs, large groups, for the implementation of digital projects: digital strategy, web device, social media, e-commerce, 3D printing, internal social network, mobile application, etc.

Through experience over the years, we have built a strong conviction: there is no digital transformation in a company, and even less successful digital project, without the active participation of employees in all phases of project deployment (strategy, design, development, commissioning, operation, etc.).