Your candidate's report and score

Your candidate is finished with his/her test? Here is how to understand it. From your “Tests” list, click on the one you want; you will see your “Candidates” list. 

The most important data here is the comparative score. The comparative score is an excellent way to get a better idea of your candidate's level. It is calculated in relation to candidates that have been tested with the same or similar questions on CodinGame for Work. It adds to the candidate's score that he or she achieved on your test, as well as to the obtained ranking.

The comparative score can be calculated in two different ways:

  • Based on other candidates' tests and scores, or
  • For new questions for which we have little data, based on question difficulty.

To see the comparative score, go to your list of candidates and click on one of the names:

The graph in the top right corner represents the candidate's level. Here, for example, the candidate is better than 96% of developers tested on the same or similar questions on CodinGame for Work. 

When clicking on the "i", you will get an information box reminding you what it is for:

Click on the candidate’s name, and a panel will appear on your right. Inside the panel, your candidate’s comparative score will be on the left, and on the right, the time spent on the test in relation to the total time allocated as well as the candidate's score in relation to the questions asked.

Underneath it, each domain your candidate has been evaluated on will have a dedicated board with a dedicated comparative score: 

Candidates are awarded a score per assessment criteria. Simply hover your mouse cursor over the criteria for more information. Here are a few examples: 


Language knowledge:

Problem solving: 


Each of your test’s questions will influence one or more of these criteria.

Click on “View detailed report” to view a candidate’s answers:

If a candidate's answer is incorrect, “Candidate’s answer” will appear in red,  and the correct answer will appear in green below (you’ll see which answer your candidate actually selected in grey). You'll also see a red “X” next to the question!

If a candidate's answer is correct, “Candidate’s answer” will appear in green, and you’ll find your candidate’s selected answer below (also in green!). You'll also see a green tick next to the question!

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