Reporting features

Various ways to analyze assessment data

Created by Mustafa Ekim / March, 2023

Retrieving and filtering test sessions

You can use the search panel to filter and retrieve a list of test sessions based on various criteria.

Searching for a test session

You can enter a search keyword and the table will then search all test sessions for matches with the keyword and filter the results to display only those that match. You can search for test sessions using various attributes, including the candidate's name, test name, group, candidate labels and tags, and other related criteria.

Quick summary report

You can access a quick summary report that provides a brief overview of the test report without the need to load the full report.

Questions scorecard

The question scorecard indicates the number of questions that have been answered, the number of correct and incorrect answers, the number of answers that require manual evaluation, and the number of unanswered questions.

Section scorecard

The section scorecard displays a comprehensive list of all the sections, including the user's score, the maximum score attainable, and the percentage based on these values.

Scoreboard card

The scoreboard card presents a hierarchical structure of all sections and dimensions in a tree format. Additionally, it includes the number of questions in each section, the maximum attainable points, the weight (which is the ratio of the maximum to the test's grand maximum), the user's score, and the percentage of the user's score in relation to the maximum attainable points.

Population card

The population card exhibits a brief summary of the population, which the test-taker's score will be evaluated against. Additionally, it shows the sten score, rank, and percentile of the test-taker compared to the population.

Comparison card

The comparison card contrasts the test-taker's scores against the auto-generated norm or the configured benchmark. It presents the rank, percentile, and sten score of the test-taker within the population for comparison.

Radar chart

The radar chart provides a visual representation of the test-taker's scores in each section or dimension, along with the norm's position, allowing for a quick comparison to identify areas of strength and weakness.

Customizing the test report

Testinvite provides various choices to tailor your test's report according to your preferences. You can use your custom HTML and CSS templates, as well as a custom JavaScript function to process test score data.

Subscores of a test

The scores tab of the test report offers several subcategories where you can access comprehensive scoring details for individual sections, pages, dimensions, side effects, or tags.

Questions and their corresponding answers

In the Test Report, the "Answers" tab displays all the questions from the test session along with their corresponding answers.

Publishing test results

You can grant test-takers access to their test reports based on the level of access you have configured.

  • Access can be granted to the test report summary, and you can choose which elements, such as interpretations, norm comparisons, and custom reports, will be visible within the summary.
    • Test-takers can be granted access to the Questions and Answers of their test session, and you can decide whether to include rubrics and feedback for the questions.

      Exporting test results

      You can export test results, as well as the questions and answers within test sessions, to conduct further analysis on your local computer.

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