Sample Assessments

Check out our sample assessments to see what Assessment Generator can do.

Simple, Type, and Multi-Type Assessments

We offer simple, type, and multi-type assessments with any Assessment Generator account.  Choose based on how you want to score your assessment. Use a selection of each to create an assessment portfolio tailored to your business needs.

Check out our sample assessments below…

Simple Assessments

A Simple assessment provides a score based on a respondent’s answers. That’s something like a test in school, but without any right and wrong answers.

For example, an assessment can ask, “How likely would you enjoy visiting the UK?” and give an answer out of 100%. You can set the range of scores from 1 to 100 or any other number. And you can provide custom feedback depending on the respondent’s score, such as: “Your score of 89% shows you would likely enjoy visiting the UK very much.”

Click on the boxes below to see descriptions and links to each assessment:

1. Question Format Demo

This assessment demonstrates some of the question formats included in every Assessment Generator account:

  • Checkbox
  • Binary
  • Scale
  • Options
  • Narrative

Click here to see the Question Format Demo assessment.

2. Practice Job Interview

This assessment uses options questions to ask respondents to select the strongest answer to each example job interview question. Click here to see the Practice Job Interview assessment.

3. Boost Your Hiring IQ Quiz

This assessment demonstrates the use of instant feedback in an options question. 

Click here to see the Boost Your Hiring IQ Quiz.

4. Are You an Internet-Savvy Coach?

This assessment requests contact information before taking the assessment.

Click here to see if You Are an Internet-Savvy Coach.

5. How Well Do You Know Yourself?

This assessment includes an image and text in the header field and exclusively uses scale questions with buttons.

Click here to find out How Well You Know Yourself.

6. How Did We Do?

This assessment uses a variety of question types to obtain customer feedback.

Click here to see this customer feedback form.

Type Assessments

A Type assessment assigns a respondent to one of several categories. That’s rather like the Sorting Hat in Harry Potter that assigns each new student to one of the four houses in the school. For example, an assessment can ask, “Are you more of a Pub Person or a Museum Person?” The answer to each question scores points for one or another type. You can assign the respondent to either type based on their scores, and then give them a description of that type, such as: “You are a Pub Person, who enjoys a lively time out with friends.” Click on the boxes below to see descriptions and links to each assessment:

1. What Is Your Type?

This assessment demonstrates how type assessments work with results shown in a colorful bar graph and the explanation of the results given for the highest scoring type.

Click here to see What Is Your Type?

2. Which Color Brings You Joy?

This assessment demonstrates how ranking questions work to capture each respondent’s preferences.  In addition, contact information is requested before the respondent sees the assessment.

Click here to see Which Color Brings You Joy?

3. How Ready Are You to Become A Virtual Assistant?

This assessment uses a variety of question formats to determine readiness in 4 different categories.

Click here to find out How Ready You Are to Become a Virtual Assistant.

4. How Good Are Your Website Skills?

This assessment scores the respondent’s website skills and provides feedback on the areas where improvement is needed.

Click here to discover How Good Your Website Skills Are.

5. How Was Your Experience?

This assessment uses a variety of question formats to determine the quality of customer service received in 4 different categories.

Click here to share How Your Experience Was.

Multi-Type Assessments

A Multi-type assessment rates a respondent in each of several categories. That’s rather like a report card that gives you grades in several different subjects, without any passing or failing grades.

For example, an assessment can ask, “What should you most like to study in college: arts, sciences, or business?” You can give the respondent a score for every type, along with custom feedback: “You scored High on interest in sciences. That means you will likely be very motivated if you major in science. Here are some resources to guide you… You scored Medium on interest in business. That means this may not be the best choice for your major. Here are some resources to help you learn more… And you scored Low in arts. That means this would not be a good choice for your major.”

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