HackerRank for Work helps you to gain insights into how your specific Tests are progressing. As a Recruiter, you can use HackerRank Test insights to analyze the trend of your Candidates’ performance in comparison with the time taken and scores achieved by them in a particular Test.
The available graphical representations for score distribution, Question-wise time and score metrics, and overall Candidate performance help you to understand your Candidates’ approach and success rate in solving your Test.
You can further use this analysis to select suitable Candidates for the next step of your hiring process and also understand the efficiency and effectiveness of your Test.
The Insights tab of a Test provides an analytical view of your Candidates’ performance in the Test.
- You must be logged in to your HackerRank for Work account.
- You must have created a Test and invited Candidates.
- You must have a considerable number of Candidates who have attempted and submitted the Test.
- Navigate to Tests. Select the required Test.
- Click Insights to view the Test insights page.
The different sections on the Insights page are described below.
- ACTIVITY - This section provides a brief summary of the Test progression and the Candidate scores.
Summary of Test progression
Indicates the total number of submissions made to this Test.
Example: This field indicates 4 if four of your invited Candidates have attempted and submitted the Test.
1. Total Invited
2. (% Attempted)
1. Indicates the total number of Candidates who are invited to this Test.
2. Displays a percentile value of the Candidates who have attempted the Test against the total invited Candidates.
Example: This Total Invited field indicates 16 if you have sent email invites to 16 individual candidates. Considering 7 Candidates have attempted the Test, the % Attempted value is indicated as 43.75.
|Median Attempt Time||
Indicates the median value from different Candidates’ test completion times. This median value serves as a benchmark correlation to separate the faster and slower test takers.
Example: If the value is 10m 45s, it implies that 50% of your Candidates completed this Test in less than or equal to the median time.
|Median Time to Full Score||
Indicates the median value from different test completion times considering only those Tests in which Candidates have achieved a full score. This median value serves as a benchmark correlation to separate test takers who achieved a full score in the shortest possible time.
Example: If the value is 15m 30s, it implies that 50% of your Candidates completed this Test with a full score in less than or equal to the median time.
Indicates the median value from different Candidates’ test scores. This value serves as a benchmark score to identify candidates who qualify and those who don’t.
2. DETAILS - This section provides the basic details about the Test.
|Owner||The name and email address of the HackerRank User who created this Test.|
|Created On||The date and time when this Test was created.|
|Duration||The duration of the test in hours and minutes.|
The maximum score that can be achieved for this Test. This is the sum of the individual score of each Test Question.
3. Graphical Test Insights
The Insights page also provides a graphical representation of the following Test analyses:
A. Distribution of Candidates Scores
This graph represents the different range of scores achieved by Candidates who have submitted the Test. Hover your mouse over a particular range indicated in the graph, and the tooltip displays the number of Candidates who have achieved a score in this range.
You can use this score distribution graph to understand an approximate number or percentage of Candidates who are successful with the Test and can be potentially hired.
B. Question wise Median Time
For every Question in the Test, this graph represents the median value of the time taken to solve a Question. Hover your mouse over a particular range to view the details.
You can use this graph to understand which Questions are taking longer or shorter time to be solved by Candidates.
C. Question wise Median Score
For every Question in the Test, this graph represents the median value of the scores achieved. Hover your mouse over a particular range to view the details.
You can use this graph to understand which Questions are gaining higher or lower scores.
D. Candidate Status
This pie chart represents the distribution of Candidates who have passed, failed and those who are yet to be evaluated. Hover your mouse over a particular range to view the details.
You can view this chart to understand the overall performance of Candidates.