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How do I interpret my candidates' results?

How do I interpret my candidates' results?

1. Synthetic view

Click on the Candidates tab of your assessment, to display all the candidates invited to take this assessment, as well as the results they obtained for each of them.

The Ranking column displays the ranking of every candidates who have completed the assessment. This ranking is relative to the aggregate score of every assessment's activities. The ranking sums up the top candidates ("top" 5%, 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%), the "average" candidates and the candidates who stand below average ("bottom" 40%, 30%, 20%, 10% and 0%). A candidate labelled "Top 10%" is part of the top 10% candidates of the assessment. On the contrary, a candidate labelled "Bottom 20%" is part of the 20% least good candidates.

The Score column provides for each candidates the aggregate score on all activities. The higher the score, the better the candidate performed on the activities.

💡 You can sort the candidates (ascending or descending order) by clicking on the arrow icon next to each column heading.
💡 You can also filter your list of candidates by score, statut or even ranking. It can be useful to focus on candidates who scored above a certain level.

2. Detailed view

Click on the name of a candidate, you will get the details of the scores of this candidate for each activity, as well as the time spent on each activity

The Maki Percentile column allows you to see how each candidate ranks in relation to every candidates that undertook the Maki test. The number indicates what proportion of the candidates scored below the candidate in question. The candidate with the highest score will have a percentile of 100, and the candidate with the lowest score will have a percentile of 0. In the case of a candidate with a percentile of 75, this means that this candidate is the top 25% of the scores, as 75% of the candidates scored lower than him/her.

💡 Click on the Details button to the right of each test to see the candidate's rank, the time spent on that test, and the number of questions answered. Some tests provides you with dimension-based results, to be able to assess on which dimension your candidate best (or least) performed.

Here is an example:

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Updated on: 09/12/2022

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