How to view the test analytics?

Know how to view test analytics for individual tests. Test Analytics helps analyze, measure, and improve your talent management program by providing the right data points.

Test Analytics is representation of  your assessment data in a non-complicated, easy-to-understand way. Test Analytics accurately showcase important metrics such as: 

  1. Invite to appear ratio: the number of assessment invitations - sent, clicked, opened.
  2. Test performance: average percentage, section performance, average test duration. 
  3. Question  insights: percentage of easy questions, medium, and hard based on employees performance.

With iMocha's  Test Analytics, recruitment teams can get this data in a few clicks and optimize your assessment process. The Test Analytics will help you:

  1. Derive intelligence from the data, right from test invites to employee feedback.
  2. Track multiple metrics with granular insights to improve test calibration.
  3. Create a well-balanced test to attract, assess, and upskill your employees.

To view Test Analytics of a Test:

  1. Go to Skill Validation ->Tests -> My Tests
  2. Click Test Analytics corresponding to the test for which you want to view the analytics.

    Go to the Test Analytics tab of the specific test for which you want to view the analytics.

Test Analytics will give you the data for all tests conducted after Jan 1st, 2021.

There are three components to Test Analytics.

  1. Employee Response
  2. Test Quality
  3. Question Insight

Let's go through each one.

Employee Response 

The employee response score is calculated as, for example, if 100 invites are sent, and 70 employees appear for the test, the employee response score is 70%. 

1. Invitation Pipeline: The invitation pipeline provides a snapshot of the email invitation metrics. You can view the number of invitations sent, delivered, opened, clicked, tests that appeared and completed.

2. Invitation Delivery Rate: The invitation delivery rate highlights the number of invitations sent and their delivery status.
3. Invitation Open Rate: This highlights the percentage of emails opened against the total number of emails sent.
4. Invitation Click Rate: This shows the ratio of how many test links were clicked when the emails were opened. 
5. Invitation Appeared Rate: This displays the percentage of employees who started the test after receiving the test link.

Test Quality

Test Quality takes a deep dive into how the test has performed. 

1. Employee Pipeline: It's a funnel vision of your test invites - invitation mode, test attempts, and test completion.

2. Test Status: This will reflect the various test stages and the percentage of employee in each stage.3. Employee Performance: This will give an overview of how the employees have performed in the test. (Note: The grading categories set by the test admin will be reflected here.

4. Section Analysis: Know which section is doing well and which section can be improved. The average section scores and test scores also indicate the quality of candidates.

5. Average Attempt Duration: This indicates the average time required by the employees to complete the test.
  • X-axis: Time in Minutes
  • Y-axis: Number of Employees

6. Employee Feedback: Know your employees's real-time experience through these 3 emoticons and work on the test composition to increase the count of the green smileys.

7. Score Distribution: This graph helps to fish out a set of employees scoring close to the average marks from a pool of appeared employees. By calculating the Mean and Standard Deviation on the employees' data using a formula, we can indicate how many employees have scored nearer to the average score (forming a bell in the graph).

Question Insights

Question Insights help in analyzing the test composition highlighting the key metrics for each question. This can then be further used to modify the test composition.

Question Insights help the test creators to analyze how their selected question has performed with the employees. E.g., if you have marked a question with easy difficulty and the actual analysis reveals the difficulty level as medium, the question needs to be changed. 

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