Recruiters and Hiring Managers will gain an understanding of the different test configurations that can be defined through Test Settings.
- Login to your WeCP account as a Recruiter or Hiring Manager.
- Open the Test Dashboard. By default, the Candidates tab is displayed.
- To configure Test Settings, click on the Configuration tab in the left panel.
- There are six areas of Test Settings that can be configured, which are briefly described below.
Collaborators are required to invite candidates to an interview using the interview scheduler and to invite multiple candidates to a test using the bulk invite option. Collaborators must exist in your WeCP system as valid users. At least one collaborator should have Admin access to the resource.
Read More How to add Collaborators in Tests?.
These settings enable you to define the test structure along with various configurations that offer extended features for both the candidate and hiring manager. Options include defining the test name, locking access to users to edit the test, including custom messages, generating links, and requesting additional candidate information (resume, contact number, etc).
Read More How to configure General Test Settings.
Multiple options are available to customize who can access the test and the duration for which the test link is valid. By default, it allows anyone with the test link to participate in the test. Additional Accessibility Settings lets you define if candidates are permitted to retake the assessment after their first attempt.
Security Controls can be enabled to ensure candidates complete online assessments with integrity. These settings help monitor any violations for fraud and plagiarism. Violations are recorded in the candidate's test results.
Read More How to enable Plagiarism Prevention and Fraud Detection in your tests and learn about applying Remote proctoring settings, Proctoring violation settings, etc.
Report settings can be configured to customize the information displayed in the candidate's test results report. It also allows you to set up the grading scores that indicate the candidate's test performance on a scale rating of Poor, Average, Good, and Excellent.
You can set up a feedback form for candidates to complete after they have submitted their test results at the end of the assessment.