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Reduce CV Fraud
A study carried out by The Risk Advisory Group showed that the top five CV fraud lies were: Previous positions, Employment, Academic dates, Academic qualifications, Undeclared directorships.

Screening Tests

Pre-Interview Questions:

Can be added to a skills tests or can be used on their own to ask specific questions.

Often these are make or break questions that can totally include or reject a candidate.

Recruiters can ask pre-interview and vacancy specific screening questions such as "Do you have a current driving licence?".

There are a standard set of questions available.

Recruiters can create their own pre-interview or vacancy specific screening questions.

Screening tests allow online assessment tests to be universally flexible.

In a collection of different test types, the screening questions are posed before the other test types. The recruiter can set a minimum score the candidate must get before proceeding with the other tests.

Special Features:

There are 6 Question Types:

Scored Multiple Choice - A standard multiple choice question, where a candidate must choose one answer. Each answer is given a score.

Non-Scored Multiple Choice - A standard multiple choice question, where a candidate must choose one answer. The answers are not scored.

Priority List - The candidate must place the answers in the correct order. The candidate must put the answers in the correct order to get the question correct.

Free Text - An open ended answer can be provided by the candidate.

Multi-Answer - The candidate may choose one or more answers. This question type is not scored.

Show Stopper Multiple Choice - Similar to a Scored Multiple Choice question, except one of the answers will prevent the candidate from proceeding any further.