Easily analyze individual results on the candidate's results page.
You can analyze the results of an assessment on two levels.
- Grouped: when you go to an assessment on your "My assessments" page, you'll find an overview of the average results for each individual candidate. You can use this to quickly compare candidates to find the top performers at a glance.
- Individual: clicking a candidate's name in this list allows you to see their detailed results page. Here you can review a candidate's results per test, see their answers to custom questions and view the status of anti-cheating alerts.
This article is about analyzing individual results. Want to compare all your candidates at once? Read about that here.
Analyzing individual candidate results
The individual candidate results page gives you a clear overview of the assessment results for a candidate. The results for each assessment are categorized in four key ways:
- Custom questions overall rating (on the bottom left)
- Summary of test results (in the middle)
- Anti-cheating alerts (on the right)
- Individual answers to custom questions (when you scroll down)
1. Custom questions overall rating
The custom questions overall rating is your personal rating of a candidate's responses to your custom questions. In the broader assessment overview, this rating enables you to quickly and effectively compare your overall impressions of candidates at a glance. This is perhaps the most important rating for your candidates.
In addition, you can also record your impressions of a candidate in the "Notes" box, located to the right of a candidate's custom questions overall rating. These notes are viewable only to you, not to the candidate.
2. Summary of test results
Here you'll see the candidate's results for each test you’ve selected for the assessment.
We provide extra information for some tests to help you interpret the results. For instance, with the "BIG 5 (OCEAN)" test, you can click on the personality code and see a pop-up with a description of the personality type.
Note that a candidate's average score for all tests combined is represented as a percentage on the overview of all candidate results for each assessment.
To protect the integrity of our tests, we do not provide candidates with answers to any questions at any point.
3. Anti-cheating alerts
Since your candidates will be completing your assessment online, in a non-controlled environment, we offer you the following alerts.
- Filled out only once from IP address: Using the IP address, we check if candidates fill out the assessment only once (with a public link to the assessment, candidates could use multiple email addresses to take repeated attempts at the assessment).
- Webcam enabled: we take a snapshot of the candidate every 30 seconds using their camera or webcam. We do this to verify that your candidate is the only one taking the assessment. You can review these pictures with the slider on the results page.
- Full-screen mode always active: this ensures a candidate does not exit the test to find answers or help online.
- Mouse always in assessment window: this ensures a candidate does not use a second screen to find answers or help.
We ask the permission of candidates to take these pictures before they start the assessment. Read this article to learn how we deal with this in terms of privacy and GDPR.
4. Individual answers to custom questions
When you scroll down on a candidate's results page, you'll see the individual answers the candidate gave for your custom questions in the assessment.
Here, you can get a first impression of a candidate by viewing their video responses. Clicking on the "View answer" icon for a multiple-choice or open-ended question allows you to see the full answer for that question. You can also download any files you've requested from your candidate.
Once you've reviewed and analyzed an answer, you can rate it. This individual rating is useful as a reference for you and your colleagues in the overall recruitment process.
Looking for a general explanation of how to analyze the results of your assessment? This guide can help get you started.