ReviewNet assessment results provide insight into a candidate's technical skills with precision and
depth. Email results can include both overall and detailed skills evaluation at
the level required by the user.
The primary measures of performance are:
- Percentile performance compared to other candidates
- Overall RN Rating(a weighted score by test difficulty) and
- Strengths and Weaknesses by Topic
Here is a typical ReviewNet assessment report email result.
addition, a wealth of other information is available to the user, including
detailed topic results, question results, on-line survey input, and evaluation
comments provided by the recruiter. The extent of the detail and depth of the
session and the resulting report is entirely up to the user.
Percentile scores show how one test taker compares with others who have taken
the test. If a candidate performs at the 50th percentile, that means that half
of the candidates scored higher than the test taker and half scored lower.
ReviewNet IT skill assessments are only made available to employers who
use them to evaluate candidates for hire or promotion for technical positions. Candidates
and the general public are not able to purchase ReviewNet skill
assessments. Thus the pool of test results is made up only of candidates who
are already considered to be qualified technical professionals, giving
companies a clear and true comparison of candidates as they relate to the
market for IT professionals.
The overall RN Rating is based on the candidate's performance and the difficulty level
of the questions. A Candidate's skills are rated on a scale of none, limited, basic, proficient, advanced and guru.
Each ReviewNet skills assessment results report has a section detailing the
candidate's skill level for each topic in the assessment. The most likely RN Rating for each topic
with a high/low range of error. The Strengths and Weaknesses section is useful for
deciding focus areas in an interview following the test.
Results are sent to the designated user immediately after test completion.
Results are available on-line of completed test sessions and tests-in-progress.
ReviewNet lets you include (or exclude) the following information in your
Questions - includes the list of questions, and the candidate
performance on each question
Comments - includes comments entered by candidate in optional
self-rating page, and comments entered by recruiter in evaluation page
Candidate Info - displays information entered by candidate in optional
pre-survey and post-survey pages. The survey pages can include contact
information, or questions created by the customer or internal hiring manager
Job Fit - displays the optional job fit measurement to show how closely
the candidate scored compared to your position requirements and ratings.
ReviewNet evaluation email reports can be customized by the user to include
only the information desired to send to the specific recipient. The email
report can be sent with personalized comments, and can optionally include
details on topics, questions, strengths and weaknesses, job-fit, and custom