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How many questions can I or should have on a screener survey?

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Courtney Webster
Last updated:
January 20, 2023

There is no limit to the number of questions you can have on your screener. However, the longer a screener is, the less likely candidates will be to complete it.

For the best completion rates, we recommend keeping your screener survey to under 15 questions. Screeners with more than 15 questions tend to have lower application rates, as they're more time consuming for participants to apply to. To give your project the best chance of having plenty of qualified participants to choose from, keep your screener concise.

If you'd like to learn more about candidates before approving them, consider adding Double Screening to your project. This add-on gives you access to candidate contact information, allowing you to send messages, emails, or schedule calls with potential participants before you approve them for a session.

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