Assess a candidate on English Grammar and Vocabulary.
Test for colloquial usage of English to ensure that the candidate can fit into a professional English speaking workforce. Assess English Grammar and Vocabulary in depth if the role requires it (e.g.) Content Writer Role.
Provide a topic that does not require domain knowledge (“Write a letter explaining Facebook to your GrandMother who has never used a computer before”) and ask the candidate to write 3-4 paragraphs on that topic.
This is one of the best ways to assess candidates for Content Writing roles.
Provide a topic that does not require domain knowledge (“Explain the plot of your favorite movie or book”) and ask the candidate to speak using a microphone for 2 minutes on that topic.
This is one of the best ways to assess candidates for BPO/ Service Desk/ Customer Care roles.
You can assign evaluation parameters for each question. For instance, a communication assessment question would have parameters as Mother Tongue Influence, Rate of Speech, Clarity. On the other hand, a presentation type question would have evaluation parameters like domain knowledge, content structure and presentation flow.
Multiple Judges can be assigned to evaluate a candidate’s audio submission. When assigned, each judge receives an email with the link needed to open the submission for evaluation.
Scores from each judge for each evaluation parameter will be automatically combined to arrive at a weighted aggregate score for each candidate’s interview performance.
We ensure that all online assessments are conducted fairly without any wrongdoing
The candidate is monitored via webcam to ensure that there is no impersonation and that the candidate does not communicate with others in person or using mobile during the test.
The test window is proctored. If the candidate navigates away from the test window (for instance, to use google search), multiple warnings are given. If the warnings are ignored, the test is ended immediately and a red flag is raised in the report.
When code submissions by any two candidates are too similar (>85% similarity), a red flag is raised indicating possible code plagiarism.
Each candidate taking the test can be given a smaller set of questions that are randomly selected from a large pool of questions.