Assessments


 

Question Types

Textbox

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  • Single line text field; this is for short open-ended answers
  • Enter text and instructions for this textbox 
  • Candidate answers will be limited to 200 characters
  • Options:
    • Question Text (3000 characters allowed): A question that will display for the user to answer
    • Instructions (500 Characters allowed): Instructions provided to the user via the i icon (tooltip) next to the question
    • Required: Make the question required to force the candidate to answer the question before they are allowed to submit their job application
    • Basic Minimum Qualification: Cannot be used for this question type

Textbox Multiline

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  • Multiple line text field; appropriate for longer open-ended answers; recommended in most cases as the box will expand to accommodate the text
  • Enter text and instructions for this textbox
  • Candidate answers will be limited to 1000 characters
  • Options:
    • Question Text (3000 characters allowed): A question that will display for the user to answer
    • Instructions (500 Characters allowed): Instructions provided to the user via the i icon (tooltip) next to the question
    • Required: Make the question required to force the candidate to answer the question before they are allowed to submit their job application
    • Basic Minimum Qualification: Cannot be used for this question type

Dropdown List

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  • Multiple options displayed in a drop-down; can only have one answer
  • Enter text and instructions as well as new items to be shown in the dropdown list
  • Options
    • Question Text (3000 characters allowed): A question that will display for the user to answer
    • Instructions (500 Characters allowed): Instructions provided to the user via the i icon (tooltip) next to the question
    • Required: Make the question required to force the candidate to answer the question before they are allowed to submit their job application
    • Basic Minimum Qualification: Select if this is a basic minimum qualification for the position
      • Note: If a candidate selects an answer that is marked BMQ, the candidate will receive a 1 out of 1; you can check more than one answer as BMQ.
  • Add Answer: Add answers that the applicant will choose from
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    • Add text: Name of the option
    • Add value: The drop-down identifies if there is a value associated with the answer from 0-5, with 1 being the least important and 5 being the most important, this assists with rating how well-suited the employee is for the job
      • When scoring, the highest answer will be the total points awarded for the question, similar to a test. For example, if a candidate selects an answer worth 3 points, but the best answer is worth 5 points, the candidate will receive 3 out of 5.
    • Done: Finish adding the option; repeat until all options you desired display in the preview
      • Note: You are able to modify options by selecting the name.

Checkbox List

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  • Multiple options displayed in a checkbox list; can have more than one answer
  • Enter text and instructions as well as new items to be shown as check box items.
  • Options:
    • Question Text (3000 characters allowed): A question that will display for the user to answer
    • Instructions (500 Characters allowed): Instructions provided to the user via the i icon (tooltip) next to the question
    • Required: Make the question required to force the candidate to answer the question before they are allowed to submit their job application
    • Basic Minimum Qualification: Select if this is a basic minimum qualification for the position
      • Note: If a candidate selects an answer that is marked BMQ, the candidate will receive a 1 out of 1; you can check more than one answer as BMQ.
  • Add Answer: Add answers that the applicant will choose from
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    • Add text: Name of the option
    • Add value: The drop-down identifies if there is a value associated with the answer from 0-5, with 1 being the least important and 5 being the most important, this assists with rating how well-suited the employee is for the job
      • When scoring, all the answers will be added together. For example, if you have 3 answers worth 1, 2, and 3 points respectively, the total points that would be awarded for this question are 6. A candidate will only receive all 6 points if they check all the boxes.
    • Done: Finish adding the option; repeat until all options you desired display in the preview
      • Note: You are able to modify options by selecting the name.

Radio Button List

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  • Multiple options displayed in a radio button list; can only have one answer
  • Enter text and instructions as well as new items to be shown as radio button items
  • Options:
    • Question Text (3000 characters allowed): A question that will display for the user to answer
    • Instructions (500 Characters allowed): Instructions provided to the user via the i icon (tooltip) next to the question
    • Required: Make the question required to force the candidate to answer the question before they are allowed to submit their job application
    • Basic Minimum Qualification: Select if this is a basic minimum qualification for the position
      • Note: If a candidate selects an answer that is marked BMQ, the candidate will receive a 1 out of 1; you can check more than one answer as BMQ
  • Add Answer: Add answers that the applicant will choose from
    add_answer.png
    • Add text: Name of the option
    • Add value: The drop-down identifies if there is a value associated with the answer from 0-5, with 1 being the least important and 5 being the most important. This assists with rating how well-suited the employee is for the job
      • When scoring, the highest answer will be the total points awarded for the question, similar to a test. For example, if a candidate selects an answer worth 3 points, but the best answer is worth 5 points, the candidate will receive a 3 out of 5.
    • Done: Finish adding the option; repeat until all options you desired display in the preview
      • Note: You are able to modify options by selecting the name.

Yes/No

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  • Allow the user to select a Yes/No answer type
    • Note: You are required to input answers for Yes and No. You can put more than two answers. This question type acts just like a radio button list. For example, you may want to use “I agree” and “I do not agree” or “Yes” “No” “Not Applicable”
  • Enter text and instructions
  • Options:
    • Question Text (3000 characters allowed): A question that will display for the user to answer
    • Instructions (500 Characters allowed): Instructions provided to the user via the i icon next to the question
    • Required: Make the question required to force the candidate to answer the question before they are allowed to submit their job application
    • Basic Minimum Qualification: Determines if this question contains a basic minimum qualification
      • Note: If a candidate selects an answer that is marked BMQ, the candidate will receive a 1 out of 1; you can check more than one answer as BMQ.
  • Add Answer: Add answers that the applicant will choose from
    add_answer.png
    • Add text: Name of the option
    • Add value: The drop-down identifies if there is a value associated with the answer from 0-5, with 1 being the least important and 5 being the most important; this assists with rating how well-suited the employee is for the job
      • For example, if a candidate selects an answer worth 3 points, but the best answer is worth 5 points, the candidate will receive a 3 out of 5.
    • Done: Finish adding the option; repeat until all options you desired display in the preview
      • Note: You are able to modify options by selecting the name.

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