Grouping questions is a great way to examine specific skills. You can group your questions by any skills essential to the role, and scores will be displayed for each group plus the overall assessment score.
Group the questions into the constructs they assess to see how well candidates perform in each of the attributes, as well as performance on the overall assessment. Is customer empathy more important than attention to detail in this role? You will be able to see where the candidate’s strengths lie and how well they perform in each of the constructs you have selected, to better inform your decision making
Click on the Question groups tab on the left side panel.
Groups are auto formed based on the skills you chose for the role. You can update the names of the groups, move questions from one group to another, and add new groups if needed. When you add a new group, the group will start appearing in the Skills field in the question editor.
To add a new group in your Question Group settings, click "Add new Skill" at the top to add additional skills. You can edit the name and move the questions to the corresponding group. Any changes you make will be saved automatically.
You also have the option to randomize questions within a skill group. Slide the toggle button to the right to enable randomization. Once randomization is enabled, you have the option to choose how many questions in that group you want randomized.
We recommend displaying scores in percentages but if you prefer to see text displayed for a score range, then toggle the “Advanced Scoring” button to activate the options.
You can choose how to display the results by toggling the Advanced Scoring button to the right.
When you activate this button, the display options will appear under each group. You can choose to display the results as a percentage or custom text based on a score range.
If you choose to display text depending on a specific score, you will need to enter the specific text you would like to appear for a certain range of points like below.
Group the questions accordingly and choose how you want the scores displayed.