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Automated Test Creation: Automating Questions Addition to Assessments on Codejudge

Codejudge streamlines the test creation process by offering a feature that allows recruiters to automatically add questions to tests. This not only saves time but ensures a diverse and comprehensive assessment for candidates.

In this article, we'll guide you through the steps to effortlessly incorporate questions into your tests on Codejudge.

Steps to Automatically Add Questions to Tests

Step 1: Once you log in to the Codejudge recruiter page, navigate to Tests. Click on the “Create New Test” button, then you have selected the purpose of hiring select “For Hiring”.

Step 2: Fill the Job role, test name, add questions, skill required, experiences, college tier, duration of the test. You have to select add questions by automatically. Then, Click on questions.

Step 3: If you're hiring freshers, you need to select the college tier level in the experience section.

Step 4:  If you're hiring experienced folks, you need to select the test difficulty level in the experience section.

Step 5: After filling your requirements, you may navigate to the questions tab where the questions are automatically added according to the difficulty level, experience, skills, and duration of the test. 

Step 6: Once you're done with adding the questions, you may head to the configurations tab and populate the fields based on your requirements.

P.S. For more information refer to test configurations in the help center.

Step 7: Once the configurations are filled, you may enter the candidate information (in bulk via template or individually on the platform)

After uploading candidate information, you may save the test (to publish later) or publish it right away. The status of your test will be displayed on the tests dashboard.

Automatically adding questions to tests on Codejudge is a powerful feature that enhances the efficiency of the test creation process. By following the outlined steps, recruiters can ensure that assessments are well-rounded and reflective of the skills they're seeking in candidates.

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