Upwork Readiness Test Questions Answers 2020 Get 5/5

Update Questions 2020

Upwork readiness test answers for new Upwork users.

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Question 1

How do you earn and maintain a good job success score?

  • You have 3 distinct clients in a 24-month period
  • You have good outcomes with your clients- protip: exceed their expectations for an awesome job success score
  • All of the above

Question 2

Which of the following describes your responsiveness score?

  • Your responsiveness score is based on how quickly you accept or decline client’s invitations to jobs
  • Your responsiveness score appears on your profile for clients to see
  • Your responsiveness score will not be impacted negatively if you mark yourself as unavailable
  • All of the above

Question 3

Which questions do the most successful freelancers have in mind when selecting the right jobs for them?

  • Do I have the needed skills for the job?
  • Do I have time to complete the job in the client’s timeframe?
  • Is the job description well thought out and descriptive of the role?
  • All of the above

Question 4

What is the safest way to communicate with your clients?

  • Upwork messages: it provides chat, voice, and video capabilities. It also provides a record of your communication and helps to protect you in case of disputes.
  • Other forms of communication: Skype, Email, Google hangout

Question 5

When is it ok to be paid outside the Upwork platform?

  • To satisfy the client
  • Almost never. Getting paid off-platform violates Upwork’s terms of service and exposes you to risk of not being paid. Generally, you should be paid through Upwork; to legally take work off the platform, you and the client must wait 24 months or pay an opt-out fee

Question 6

How does Upwork’s payment protection for fixed*price projects work (using escrow)?

  • The client deposits(pre-funds) a milestone payment into escrow before you begin working. Upon receiving and approving the work, the client releases the payment to you.
  • You proactively begin working before the client has created and funded a milestone

Question 7

What are the tips for submitting a proposal? (select all that apply)

  • Note: There may be more than one right answer
  • Write a personal and professional greeting
  • Describe your relevant experience in key areas listed in the job post- demonstrate you have read it
  • Outline how you would approach and complete the job
  • Respond to any screening questions listed in the job post
  • Copy and paste your proposal to submit as many proposals as possible in a short time

Question 8

As a freelancer, what do you need to qualify for Upwork’s payment protection for hourly jobs?

  • An hourly contract
  • A client with a verified billing method
  • An account in good standing
  • To log your hours with the Upwork desktop app
  • To annotate your work Dairy with memos or activity labels that adequately describes the activity performed
  • To stay within the Contract’s weekly limits
  • All of the above

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Question 9

What are the key elements to include in your profile?

  • Fun fact: 1/3 of jobs on Upwork are posted as ‘’Invite-only’’. Therefore, a good profile is critical in attracting invites from clients.
  • A specific overview that includes your skills and type of work you can accomplish for clients
  • A professional profile photo where you wear business casual attire, with a friendly expression, and a plain background
  • An accurate title that reflects your job experience and the work that you are looking for
    Evidence of past success in targeted skills (e.g skill tests, certifications, portfolio, pieces, education, work experience)
  • All of the above

Question 10

What items should a reputable client never ask you to do?

  • Buy items on behalf of the client and get reimbursed later
  • Work for free
  • Provide personal information (e.g bank account, driver’s license, passport)
  • Click on a link that asks you to enter your login information
  • Pay to submit a job proposal
  • All of the above

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I hope this tutorial will help you to get 5 out of 5.


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