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Managing Coding Test Progress and Results in Job Position Overview
Managing Coding Test Progress and Results in Job Position Overview

Effectively track and manage coding test progress, filter candidates, and review results using the job position overview table.

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Written by Anton Fenske
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This support article will guide you through the process of working with the job position overview table, tracking candidate progress, and managing results related to coding tests. Follow the step-by-step instructions to effectively assess and filter candidates based on their coding test status and scores.

If you instead prefer the video format, check out the walkthrough below.

Working with the Job Position Overview Table

To access the job position overview table, navigate to the job position overview page. If you've configured a coding test for a job position, you'll see additional filters and data columns to help you set up the table according to your needs.

Tracking Candidate Progress

A candidate can be in one of four states during their coding test:

  1. Not started

  2. In progress

  3. Needs support (the candidate asked for help on their GitHub repository)

  4. Submitted (the candidate completed their coding test)

Use the "All coding test statuses" field to filter candidates based on their current status.

You can also sort the table by candidate status by clicking "Coding test status" in the job position overview table.

Filtering Candidates Based on Automated Scoring Results

Most coding tests include automated scoring capabilities to show the completion rate of the test's minimal acceptance criteria. Use the "Code auto score" filter to find candidates with an automated score within a certain range.

Sort candidates based on their automated score by clicking "Code auto score" in the job position overview table.

Sorting Candidates Based on Manual Code Review Results

We support two types of manual assessments:

  1. Code review scorecards: Hiring team members use predefined scorecards to evaluate how well the candidate solved the coding test.

  2. Next round decisions: Hiring team members provide a yes/no decision on whether the candidate should proceed to the next stage of the interview process.

Sort candidates by the number of completed code reviews by clicking "Completed code reviews" in the job position overview table.

Sort candidates by the number of completed next-round decisions by clicking "Next-round decision after coding test" in the job position overview table.

Working with the Coding Test Overview Page

  1. Click on a candidate in the job position overview table and then click the "Coding test" tab to view the coding test results for the selected candidate.

  2. Navigate to the candidate's code by clicking "GitHub link" or "See details" next to the coding test status (follow the GitHub login flow and invite procedure to access the private candidate repository).

  3. To see details of the automated scoring, click "See details" next to the number of tests passed.

  4. To view the manual code review details, scroll down to "Code review scoring" and "Next-round decision after coding test."

Conclusion

By following the steps in this support article, you can efficiently manage candidate progress and results related to coding tests in the job position overview table. Use filters and sorting options to assess and select candidates based on their coding test status and scores.

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