I have recently applied for a job and they required me to take a test, lasting 5 hours.
Now, I have been rejected by them, and I asked them if I could at least get the test results, and they replied that they do not give out such information.
Now, I am really angry about this because IMO, I think it is a vital information to know for a job seeker, for two reasons:
Knowing the test results would implicitly tell me how good I am in what I do as judged by external eyes: if I am unsuitable for them, I will most likely be unsuitable for another company.
I have spent 5 hours of my time to take the test, I have dedicated a whole afternoon to take the test, and you know the saying, "time is money"; I could have had another job to do in that time, and loosing 5 hours of work at a 50$ per hour on a freelance job would mean around 250 euros of value.
Do I have any recourse to get the results? Is not revealing hiring test results or other feedback standard practice in the industry, or does it indicate a company to avoid?