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Custom Assessment Templates: How to Create Them

Codejudge is a powerful platform that revolutionises the way recruiters and organisations conduct technical assessments. One of its valuable features is the ability to create custom assessment templates, which streamlines the test creation process and ensures consistency across evaluations. 

This article will guide you through the steps to create custom assessment templates on Codejudge.

Step 1: In the dashboard column you will find the  “Tests” icon, click on it and then click on the test template.Then click on create new template.

Step 2: Enter a descriptive test template title representing the assessment type or skill set. Include a concise description outlining the template's purpose and usage guidelines.Then click on “Questions” button to proceed further.

Step 3: Add coding questions to your test using Codejudge diverse question bank. Here you can choose to add questions, add a question pool and you can also add question templates. Then click on the “Configuration” button.

Step 4: Click on the “Add questions” button, our extensive library provides you with a variety of questions and you can choose as needed. Then click on “add test”.

Step 5:  Review and configure test settings to align with your preferences. Options include Allowed Technologies,Start Date, Start time window expiry time, Expiry Date, Test Duration, Pending Marks and Capture Candidate Details. Customise settings to meet your assessment requirements.

Step 6: When you are ready to make the test available to candidates, click on the “Save Template”and "Publish Template" button.

Step 7: When you click on save template, it will give you access to edit the template later on or if you are ready, then publish the template.

Creating custom test templates on Codejudge is a valuable feature that simplifies the recruitment process for technical assessments. By following the step-by-step guide in this article, you can design standardised assessments that align with your organisation's specific hiring needs.

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