Understanding Candidate Reports
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Written by Priyanka Khandagale
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Recruiters and Hiring Managers will gain an understanding of how to interpret the candidate test results. Read More Understanding Candidate Report - Downloaded Excel.

  1. To view a candidate's test report, open the Test Dashboard by clicking on the name of the test.

  2. Navigate to the Candidate tab where you will see the following view:


  3. Click on the candidate's name/email address to see their detailed report.


    • Understand the candidate's test performance at a glance.

    • Compare the candidate's score with the average test score.


    • See where the candidate ranks among all the test takers.

    • View the candidate's percentile in comparison to other test-takers.


    • Graphical representation of the candidate's test attempt for each skill. Compare the candidate's performance in certain skills with the average performance of candidates for that particular skill.

    • Skill-wise bucketing of candidate's performance for each skill. Eg: JavaScript (top 2%), Angular (top 5%), Aptitude (bottom 15%).

    • Skill-wise percentage breakup for all Skills/Topics in the test.


    • View the time taken to solve the test and seamlessly compare it with the average time taken to solve the test.

    • Graph representing time spent on a particular skill vs marks received for it. Measuring productivity and the accuracy of answering has never been this easy!


    • A one-stop card displaying all flags related to proctoring.

    • In case you opted for Video Proctoring in your test, all proctored images for the candidate will be listed here.

    • There are times when a candidate looks like a perfect match but you spot that they have gone out of the tab 5+ times. This is the section of the report where you can make such critical decision making discoveries!


    • View all the question-wise analysis of all the questions answered by the candidates in this card.

    • The card is divided into sections which are further divided into questions.

    • You can see what the candidate marked for each question, view all the coding submissions made by the candidate, and view how many marks they have received for the submission.

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