Recruiters and Hiring Managers can select what data to include in a candidate's test result report and define the performance benchmarks for online tests.
Read More Understanding Test Settings.
- Login to your WeCP account as a Recruiter or Hiring Manager.
- Open the Test Dashboard. By default, the Candidates tab is displayed.
- Click on the Settings > Report Controls tab.
- The top section Select fields to include in the report lists options for the report.
- Tick the checkboxes to include the fields or leave the checkboxes blank to exclude the fields.
User Details Show the candidate's name and email address. Strengths and weaknesses Display strengths and weaknesses based on the candidate's score. Question wise analysis Show score analysis for every question attempted by the candidate. Section score Show an overall score for every section. Topic Graph Display a graph showing performance benchmarking for each topic. Goal of test Include details of what achievement is expected for the test. Proctoring info Include details on proctoring violations. Question and Difficulty graph Include a graph to show how many attempts the candidate made for specific difficulty-rated questions. Section Graph Show an overall score graph for every section.
- By default, Performance Benchmarking scores are provided for Poor, Average, Good, and Excellent ratings. To change the defaults, you can click the red cross x next to the default level to remove it.
- To add your own score level, click on the Add Level button. A new row is inserted in the performance benchmarking table where you can add a label, minimum and maximum points, and define the color in which the achieved level is displayed on the candidate's results report.
- Click Save to add this to the report score or click Cancel if you don't want to add it.
- To reverse any changes, click the Reset to default button to save the WeCP Performance Benchmarking defaults.
- Click Save Report Preference to retain any changes made to the Report Controls or click Reset to go back to all the defaults.