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Understanding WeCP's Test Environment
Understanding WeCP's Test Environment
Priyanka Khandagale avatar
Written by Priyanka Khandagale
Updated over a week ago

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Candidates will be able to understand WeCP's Test Environment before they take a test.

If you are a candidate who has an upcoming test with us, here is a quick guide to help you get familiar with WeCP’s test environment

  1. Open the web URL: assess.wecreateproblems.com

  2. You may choose which test you would like to take, fill in the relevant credentials and proceed to take the sample test.

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  3. Navigating through WeCP's test interface.

  4. Once you start the test, you will see the following interface.

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    1. Toolbar: It has all the important tools that you would require during the duration of the test. Its components are as follows:

      1. Flag: This button is used to flag a question, so you may come back to it at a later time. It will be indicated with a yellow circle around the question number in the Test Navigator.

      2. Theme: It allows you to switch between the dark and light themes.

      3. Video feed: It lets you minimize or maximize the camera bubble.

      4. Profile: It shows your name and email id.

    2. Timer: It shows how many minutes you have left before the test ends.

    3. Progress circle: As you keep answering questions, you will be able to see your progress on the progress circle. It will advance only after your answer has been saved.

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    4. Clear Answer: For Multiple Choice Questions, after you have selected your answer, and you now want to change your submission, you may click on this button to clear your submission and select a new answer.

    5. Previous/Next: These are navigating buttons. You can go to the previous or next question by clicking on these buttons.

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    6. Test Navigator: You can see all the questions in the Test Navigator The questions may be divided into various sections. It helps for ease of navigating through the different questions.

      1. A Green circle around the question number denotes that your answer has been saved.

      2. A Yellow circle around the question number denotes that you have 'flagged' the question, and you can come back to answer the question later.

      3. A question number in Blue denotes the current question that you are on.

    7. Finish Test: Once you have finished answering all the questions, and see that your progress circle has reached 100%, you can click on the Finish Test button to submit your test.

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