Appen Shasta Project

The tasks will involve determining the relevance and accuracy of information by performing online research and referring to guidelines provided to you. The tasks will mainly be map related but it is possible there will be non-map related tasks you are required to work on from time to time. Candidates for this position will need to have good research skills and a strong understanding of local and national information. Cultural, geographical, social media and current affairs knowledge are important in this role.

Exam Information

Once your application is approved, you will receive a detailed e-mail about the process and the exam. After receiving the exam invitation e-mail, you will have 7-10 days to study exam preparation materials including the 240 pages of the General Guidelines which explains the rating rules and concepts in detail. Therefore you should start studying immediately after receiving the exam invitation e-mail.

The qualification exam consists of 2 parts: You can continue with the next part only if you pass the previous one. When you complete part 1, you’ll receive an email about the result within 5 minutes. The overall results after completing part 2, should come in 1 or 2 days after the due date of your exam.

Appen Shasta Project Exam PART 1 (Theoretical Part)

This part of the exam assesses your theoretical understanding of the General Guidelines. In this part there'll be 20 multiple choice questions to answer.

You’ll see this rating interface when answering this part.

Appen Shasta Project Exam PART 2 (Practice Part)

This part assesses your practical understanding of the General Guidelines. In this part there'll be 20 questions to answer however some questions will have more than one result. Therefore, you will have to evaluate approximately 30 map results in this part of the exam.

You’ll see this rating interface when answering this part.

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