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Question Building

Candidates are prompted to create an English language question based on the voice instruction they are given. LanguageIQ will compare the candidate’s answer to the expected correct response and assign a score based on how closely the candidate’s answer matches the expected response.

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Sentence Rearrangement

Candidates are read several sentence fragments and are prompted to rearrange those fragments into a correct English language sentence. LanguageIQ will compare the candidate’s sentence to the expected correct response and assign a score based on how closely the candidate’s answer matches the expected response.

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Question Pools

Questions are selected from a large pool of pre-determined pool of questions which have been specifically calibrated to test specific aspects of English language speech.

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Randomization

Questions are presented to the candidate in random order to minimize the possibility of candidates sharing correct answers with each other.

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Another Take on the Video Interview Debate

As an initial screening tool, video interviewing has some good points Timing is a big positive: the interview can be scheduled and reviewed at any time of the day or night, making it convenient for reviewers and applicants alike. This use of technology can raise the perception that your company is nimble and forward-looking.

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