Viewing Examinee's Results
There are three ways to view examinee results. You can view all results in the group by clicking on Results from the left-hand menu, or you can click on the Results icon in your dashboard. Alternatively, you can click on the results icon from your group’s examinees list. See our advanced examinee management for more information.
Results have five states: New, Launch, Resume, Pending, and Results.
- New – indicates that the examinee has not started the product.
- Resume – indicates the product is started but not finished.
- Launch – indicates product has been viewed/used.
- Pending – indicates the product has been finished and scored but the administrator has not released the results.
- Results – indicates that the product is finished and available for viewing.
In order to view the results of an inventory, the examinee must complete all the assessments. You cannot view results in the "Resume" state.
If you prefer, you can purchase all products with "suppressed results". This option allows you to control the release of the results to your examinees.
When an examinee completes all their assigned assessments, the status will become “Pending”. The examinee will not be able to see their results, but the administrator will be able to view the results by clicking on the link that says “Pending”.
To give your examinee access to their results, click on the Release Results Icon. This will open a confirmation window. As soon as you click yes, your examinee can access the results, even if the link says “Pending”.
The Manual Speed and Dexterity (MSD) is the last test of the Career Ability Placement Survey (CAPS). Your examinees can either self-estimate their responses or print out and take the test. If you are scoring the MSD for your examinee, you can enter their results by clicking on the “Enter MSD” link which is represented by a plus icon in the Actions column. This will open a window where you will enter the score and adjust the gender and grade level for the examinee. The gender and grade level determine the norm group that will be used for scoring.
You can enter the MSD scores at any time. This will cause the test to be rescored with the new values if it is finished.