Our Recruitment Testing Philosophy is simple: “Align the recruitment tests for a role with the actual duties that a candidate must fulfill on a daily basis, if hired for that role.”
We believe that this alignment will help Recruiters maximize their Interview Hit Rate and reduce Cost per Hire
Ask all interested candidates to take the Frontend Developer Screening Test hosted by CodeGround Recruitment Testing Platform. [Link to Sample test]
Please create a web application that uses HTML, JS and CSS for the UI and PHP in the backend. This application should have two pages.
The first page should be a form where users can fill in the information as per the fields shown below:
Proper validation should be performed on the form inputs as values are being typed in dynamically. If validation fails, the user must be informed immediately as he is typing in values.
The candidate is free to use any JS Framework of his/ her choice (e.g.) AngularJS, ReactJS, EmberJS, BackboneJS, jQuery or GWT etc.
Candidates can take tests from the comfort of their homes, resulting in greater test participation
CodeGround has tie-ups with hundreds of Engineering Campuses across India.We will forward test links for job openings to Campus Placement Authorities who will circulate it among student body, ensuring high test participation
Interview only the candidates who have:
The platform provides capabilities to conduct all online assessments in a fair manner.
The candidate is monitored via webcam to ensure that there is no impersonation and that the candidate does not communicate with others in person or using mobile during the test.
The test window is proctored. If the candidate navigates away from the test window (for instance, to use google search), multiple warnings are given. If the warnings are ignored, the test is ended immediately and a red flag is raised in the report.
When code submissions by any two candidates are too similar (>85% similarity), a red flag is raised indicating possible code plagiarism.
Each candidate taking the test can be given a smaller set of questions that are randomly selected from a large pool of questions.