- What is Assessments?
- How the Assessments work?
- How long does completing an assessment take?
- Is completing an assessment required?
- How do I send my assessment results to an employer?
What is an Assessment?
An assessment is the action or an instance of making a judgment about something.
Assessment has two meanings (“an amount that a person is officially required to pay” and “the act of making a judgment about something”) so distinct that one might rightfully wonder if they come from different sources. They do not.
Some JOB portal designed Assessments to help employers quickly find candidates with the skills they need. With it, employers can send skills tests to candidates and then see how candidates perform in relation to others that have taken the same assessment.
How an Assessments work?
Some employers have opted into including Assessments in their jobs. In this case, an employer will invite the candidate to take an assessment directly. The candidate will receive an email invitation with instructions on how to complete the assessment.
How long does completing an assessment take?
While the length of assessments can vary, most test modules take an average of 10 min. or less. For example, if an employer has opted to combine two 10-minute test modules, your assessment could take you a total of 20 minutes to complete.
Is completing an assessment required?
You aren’t required to complete assessments. However, keep in mind that some employers might only be willing to consider candidates that do. Plus, completing assessments helps showcase your skills to employers and let them know you're interested.
How do I send my assessment results to an employer?
Employers will automatically receive your results once you've completed the assessment. Or you can directly coordinate with Employer through phone or mail.