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Using previous results - candidate profile application
Using previous results - candidate profile application

In this article, we will explain how Maki uses your previous results to make your experience smoother and more efficient.

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Written by Solène
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Conserving your results in a few words

If you have already taken one or more Maki assessments in the past, it may happen that when you have to take a new assessment, you have to complete activities that are similar to those you have already taken in the past.

Rather than making you retake those activities, Maki stores your results from past assessments for up to 6 months.

Why is this useful?

This feature saves you time and ensures fairness between all candidates, guaranteeing a fairer and more consistent assessment.

How does it work?

When you access a new Maki assessment, sign in.

Our system checks if you have already completed similar activities in the past 6 months.

If so, your previous results are used, allowing you to move directly to new activities.

If you have completed all activities before, you will go straight to the final page of your assessment; your application is saved, and your results are sent to your recruiter.

Can I retake activities/assessments?

To ensure equal opportunities for all candidates, you can only take each activity once every 6 months. After this period, your results will be erased to account for your evolving skills.

💡 Need additional help?

For any questions about this process or if you encounter issues while using Maki, contact our support team at [email protected]. We are here to help you make the most of our platform.

Thank you for being part of our Maki community!

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