How to view the candidate report?

Know how to read the candidate report and make data-driven decisions

The report of the candidate gives the performance analysis of the test taken. It helps you and your recruitment team analyze the candidates' skills & make better hiring decisions.
Whenever a candidate gives the test, a report is generated in a jiffy. You can view the candidate's report and then decide on the next step of the hiring process.
The reports can be viewed from the " Live Data, "Analytics", and "My Tests" tab.

1. To view from Live Data tab

  • Click the "Live Data" option under Candidates tab from the top panel
  • You will see the list of all the latest tests
  • The default view displays the data for the last 90 days
  • Search the candidate by name or by the email address
  • OR
  • Search via a particular test for which you need all the reports
  • Click the "View Report" tab that appears corresponding to the candidate's name

Live_data

1.1 Using filters in Live Data

You can also apply filters to slice and dice the data. Filters are displayed on the right.

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2. To view reports from the Analytics tab:

  • Click the "Analytics" tab on the top panel
  • Click "Comparative Reports"
  • Select the test, and you can choose up to 3 candidates to compare

3. To view reports from the My Tests tab:

  • Click the “My Tests” tab on the top panel
  • Search for the test in the given search box
  • Click "Reports"

Mytests_reports

  • A list of candidates who took that test appears
  • Click “View Reports” corresponding to the candidate's name

The candidate’s report will contain 4 important things:

  1. Summary- Gives basic information of candidate, details of the test taken, score, time is taken, violation details (Window & Image), and the candidate feedback. You can see how the candidate has rated the test and the test experience. Besides this, it will also showcase Score Analysis, Section Score Analysis, and Section Skill Analysis. Another important aspect is the Candidate Hiring Status. Based on the report, you can mark a candidate as Rejected, Shortlisted, On Hold, and so on. These statuses can be customized; you can read more about them here.

Summary_report

2. Questions- Here, you can view question wise analysis of the candidate’s response & performance with violation details.

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You can analyze the following data of every question:

  • Status shows whether the answer was attempted or skipped.
  • Points allotted to question
  • Score of candidate
  • Candidate's answer to the question
  • Time Taken to answer the question
  • Average Time spent on that question in the test
  • Window violation shows how many times the candidate opened another window while attempting the test.
  • Time Violation shows how much time the candidate was outside the test window.

Note: iMocha enables you to compare Time Taken by candidate to attempt a question with the Average Time taken by all candidates to complete that question, to understand the speed of the candidate under evaluation. 

Besides the above, you can also filter by Question Type, Question Status, and Section.

Note: If the candidate has given a wrong answer, you will not see the correct answers to the questions.

3. Proctoring details- Here, you can view the number of times the candidate has engaged in window and time violation. This will also showcase the images captured during the test and highlight any violated images. (Note: Image Proctoring has to be enabled to view the images in the report)

4. Audit Log - The candidate hiring status can be changed by stakeholders who have a right to view & edit reports. Through Audit Log, you can view the list of users who have modified the status.

In case of any queries, please mail us at support@imocha.io