Codejudge Data-Driven Reports for MCQs offer a deep analysis of candidates' performance in multiple-choice assessments. Here's what you can expect from these reports:
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: Subjective and MCQ questions fall under the category of “Subjective type”, “MCQ type” questions respectively. The answers to these questions are showcased in the “Subjective Results” “MCQ Result” section respectively. Click on the "Actions" button, which reveals detailed results of the assessment.
Step 5: On clicking the "Actions" button, the candidate's solution will be presented. You have the option to view and expand.
Step 6: On clicking the "Actions" button, the candidate's solution will be presented. You have the option to see the “Questions” , “Status” and “Score”.
Data-Driven Reports on Codejudge empower recruiters with invaluable insights into candidates' performance in both MCQ and Subjective assessments. By analysing question-wise results, overall performance metrics, time management, grading patterns, and detailed responses, recruiters can make well-informed decisions during the candidate evaluation process.