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Data-Driven Reports: Examining Project Questions in Detail

Unlock valuable insights into candidate performance with the Candidates Test Details Report feature on Codejudge. This comprehensive tool empowers you to delve into key metrics, including scores, quality assessments, and time taken for each test. 

To view candidate test details, follow these steps:

Step 1: Login to the Codejudge recruiter account and navigate to the "Tests" section. Here, you'll find a list of all available tests. Click on a particular test to view comprehensive candidate performance details.

Step 2: On clicking, a list of candidates who participated in the test along with their corresponding status will be presented. Click on any particular candidate to view the details.

Step 3: Clicking on any candidate will display a comprehensive overview of his performance. This includes all details such as Functionality Score, Time Taken, Questions Attempted, and Quality Score. The Quality Score is particularly calculated for programming and project-oriented questions.

Step 4: The answers to these project questions are showcased in the Project Results section which contains Score, Quality Score, Time Taken and Question Type. Click on the "Actions" button of any project, which reveals detailed results of the assessment.

Step 5: On clicking the Actions button, it will display all the details like Submission Time, Language, Submission Status of the candidate. You can also view the code by clicking on the View Code button or by downloading a Zip file. 

Step 6: On clicking the View Code button,it will display a Zip Explorer pop-up where you can view the code in different files and you can also see the number of code changes in the test.

Step7: Codejudge provides features like it automatically takes the best submission of the candidate for evaluation. And it can also provides you different functionalities like:

  • Total Codesmells- It indicates the weakness in the design.
  • Critical and Blocker Codesmells- It shows missing edge cases and runtime issues.
  • Maintainability Rating(1-5)- It indicates the effort to fix codesmells.
  • Duplicate Lines Density- It indicates the percentage of duplicate lines in the code.
  • Total Bugs- It indicates the code breaking errors that must be fixed immediately.
  • Reliability Rating(1-5)- It is based on the worst bug severity.
  • Cognitive Complexity- It indicates the code reliability.
  • Lines of Code, Classes & Functions- It indicates the total number of lines of code,classes and functions.

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