Assessment Planning: What is Involved?
The assessment planning process varies depending on your needs and goals. For simple pre-screen recruiting use-cases, the process can be relatively quick. For deeper assessments used to evaluate job applicants, certify developers or to test learners, the process can be more involved.
The process of developing an assessment (or set of assessments) usually starts with identifying the role the assessment is being built for. A job analysis is usually conducted to identify the job activities that are most relevant to be tested. We recommend anyone looking to craft their own assessment to start with a job analysis. We will cover this process in more depth in our next article.
The scope of the development process can span multiple phases, which include:
- Design & Construct Definition
- Pilot Testing
- Pilot Review & Scale Calculation
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