View Test Results

Learn how to access test attempt data to help identify and address knowledge gaps.

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Written by Alysa C
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Make sure that the training content you're providing is retained through a review of post-testing results. You may be surprised at what parts of your subjects are flourishing and which pieces may need adjusting! πŸ‘€


πŸ“ Please note: This article is best suited for Admin and Manager permissions.

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To view test attempts for an individual trainee:

  1. Expand the "Reports" options from the left-hand navigation menu.

  2. Choose "People report."

  3. Click on the name of the team member you want to review their test attempts.

  4. Locate the subject title where the test is currently "housed" and press the down arrow symbol to expand that information.

  5. Hit the clipboard icon next to the test name to open these test results.

πŸŽ₯ Walkthrough:

Following the steps above will allow you access to a full list of each attempt taken on an individual test by a trainee. For more information about a specific attempt, click on the link for a listed record from the left-hand side of the page.

πŸ”₯Tip: If an employee is assigned to a lot of content, use the "Filters" button under their people report to display only subjects with tests as a fast way to access this information.


Can I limit the number of test attempts allowed?

No. Limiting the number of test attempts that can be taken or blocking any additional test reattempts is not an available feature setting. Your trainees will have an unlimited number of attempts available for every test they are assigned.

How can I submit my feedback and ideas about features?

If you'd like to share your thoughts about test features or think of something else you'd like to see added in the future, send us your feature requests and ideas.

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