1. Author a Multiple Choice Question 


  • Choose Multiple Choice on the Author Question Window under Classic Question Types tab



  • Type the question in the text field. You can insert image, embed multimedia content or do any other formatting using the text editor.
  • Enter the choices and select the correct answer key by clicking on the circle which will turn blue on selection. To add additional choices click on + Add new answer choice. You can use images, expressions or text as answer choices.

  • To change the position of the answer choice, click on the blue arrow and drag the icon to the desired position. Click on icon to delete any answer choice.
  • Check the Shuffle answer choices if the answer choices have to be delivered in random order.
  • Select the Difficulty and the  Depth of Knowledge the question, assign Points for the question, set the Time to answer the question.
  • You can see how the question looks to the candidate by clicking on Preview Question
  • Click on Save & Proceed once you are done.  



2. Author a Video Question 


  • Select Video on the Author Question Window under Classic Question Types tab



  • Type the question in the text field. You can insert image, embed multimedia content - use the text editor to format the text.
  • Select the Difficulty and the  Depth of Knowledge of the question, assign Points for the question, set the Time to answer the question.


  • You can see how the question looks to the candidate by clicking on Preview Question.
  • Click on Save & Proceed once you are done. 



Note: You can add tags to the question to enable easier search.


 3. Author a Coding question


  • In the questions tab go to Coding and choose General Programming to start creating code challenges.



  • Clicking on General Programming will take you to the Add question details page of the coding question.
  • Enter the Problem title - name of the coding problem.
  • In the Problem Description space provided enter the problem statement along with the sample input and output.
  • Any formatting changes can be done using the Text Editor as shown in the picture.



  • Set the Difficulty level of the question by choosing from the drop-down.
  • Based on the complexity of thinking required to successfully complete this code challenge choose the most suitable Depth of Knowledge choice from the drop-down.
  • Allocate the score for the question in the space provided - Points
  • You can set time for each question - enter the Time to answer in minutes.
  • Tag questions for easier search - this field is optional.
  • You can see how the question looks to the candidate by clicking on Preview Question.
  • Click on Save and Proceed to save the question.



  • As the next step after creating the coding question - you can choose to auto-evaluate the code or manually grade it.
  • If the code has to be Auto evaluated you will have to add test cases.
  • As shown in the screen above, enter the Input as text or upload a file (text file only)and then enter the expected Output.
  • You can choose to write the Description for the test case.
  • Choose what Category the test case belongs from the drop-down.
  • Set the time within which the code should execute the test case, enter the Time Limit in seconds. Also, set the Weightage for each test case.
  • You can choose to keep the test case open or hidden in the Visibility settings.
  • Once everything is set click on Add Test Case to save it. Similarly, add the desired number of test cases.
  • Note: It is a good practice to add a few open and a few hidden test cases
  • When you are done adding the test cases, click on Save and Proceed. 



  • As the next step, select the languages in which the candidate is allowed to code under Allowed languages.
  • You can write the starter or stub code in the editor. You can make the code Read Only so that the candidate does not make any changes to the starter code.
  • You can see how the question looks to the candidate by clicking on Preview Question.
  • Click on Save & Proceed to publish the question and continue adding more questions to the assessment.


3. Quantitative and Analytical:


  • In the questions tab go to quantitative and analytical and choose from the wide range of options as shown below:


Accordingly, 

  • Set the Difficulty level of the question by choosing from the drop-down.
  • Based on the complexity of thinking required to successfully complete this code challenge choose the most suitable Depth of Knowledge choice from the drop-down.
  • Allocate the score for the question in the space provided - Points
  • You can set time for each question - enter the Time to answer in minutes.
  • Tag questions for easier search - this field is optional.
  • You can see how the question looks to the candidate by clicking on Preview Question.
  • Click on Save and Proceed to save the question.


4. Soft silk and communication:

  • In the questions tab go to soft silk and communication and choose from the wide range of options as shown below:


  



Accordingly again, 

  • Set the Difficulty level of the question by choosing from the drop-down.
  • Based on the complexity of thinking required to successfully complete this code challenge choose the most suitable Depth of Knowledge choice from the drop-down.
  • Allocate the score for the question in the space provided - Points
  • You can set time for each question - enter the Time to answer in minutes.
  • Tag questions for easier search - this field is optional.
  • You can see how the question looks to the candidate by clicking on Preview Question.
  • Click on Save and Proceed to save the question.



 Next step after all the questions are added: Assessment configuration