Thursday, July 17, 2014

3 ways how to get company users to do the English test (invites, voucher, individual password)

TrackTest English is an easy-to-use but still flexible platform for managing the English tests of your employees, job candidates, or students. As such, it offers more ways how to get your people tested.

Here is a brief overview of how you can invite your users to the English test. You can combine those which fit you best for no extra charge. 


For whom: The most popular option for small and medium companies (up to 150 users). Upload the list of users and send them invites from the system.

Pros: You decide when you want your users to take a test. Automatic user sign-in. Users just click on the link and start the test, no need to register.
Cons: You need to know user e-mails. E-mail invitations can sometimes get stuck on the way to user.


For whom: Bigger companies and schools, job candidate testing. Users create an account at TrackTest and apply their voucher code at the payment gate. They are automatically assigned to your account so you see their status, results, etc.

You can choose if you want to have one multi-use voucher code or a dedicated voucher for each user. Ask our sales reps about the details.

Pros: You do not need to know the e-mails of your users. Simply send them a registration link and voucher code and they will do the rest. Users also see the value you are investing in their testing.
Cons: Users keep access to their account so they can repeat a test any time during 12 months (this can be a benefit too)

For whom: A smaller group of users without e-mail or with no access to a PC/internet. Also suitable for implementations where you want to control the time and location where they make the test.
Pros: Full user control, you create a username and password and possibly even log in on behalf of a user.

Cons: You need to create a password for each individual user so it can be tedious. Here is how.

Want to know more? Create your free company profile for the English test or contact us.