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Candidate Guide

If you receive an invitation to answer a questionnaire or Evalart test you will receive a link to access the test. Depending on the type of test it could be that you must register before starting the test.

To do the test just follow the link received and follow the instructions presented. Read carefully the information shown during the test and in each of the questions.

If the test you are going to answer contains programming questions, it is advisable to read the section about programming questions.

Make sure you have enough time to answer the questionnaire if it has a time limit (The time limit is reported before the questionnaire begins). Once a questionnaire with a time limit is started, it is not possible to stop the chronometer, so you can not stop the test to continue later. The remaining time is shown at all times during the test, once the counter reaches zero, the test will finsih.

Once the questionnaire is started, you can navigate through the questions using the “Previous” and “Next” buttons or you can go to any question from the question index that appears when you click on the arrow pointing down to the right end of the top bar blue.

In case the window or tab of the browser where you are doing the test is closed by mistake, it is possible to resume the test by going back to the link that you originally received. Once a test is finished it is not possible to restart it.

Programming questions require writing the code for a program that does what the question requires. The question will indicate the language in which the program should be written. In many cases, these types of questions contain additional help that can be viewed by clicking on the “i” button in the upper right corner.

All questions contain an IDE where the program will be written.


(1) Some questions contain one or more lines of predefined code to declare some variables that should be used in the code that will be entered. Be careful not to modify the names of the variables in this section as this could mark the question as invalid. By modifying the predefined code an indicator is activated reflecting this change.

(2) The refresh button restores the original value of the predefined code lines. This is important since you can modify the values ​​in the predefined code section to test other scenarios.

(3) Write the code in this box (Be careful not to write the code in the upper section of predefined code, as this will invalidate the answer)

(4) The RUN button will execute the entered code (The combination of the predefined code and the code entered by the user). Next to the execute button there are some indicators that will reflect the result of the execution.

(5) This indicator reflects if the code has already been executed and if it has syntax errors.

(6) This indicator reflects if the code has already been executed and if it has validation step, that is, if it delivers the expected results. It is important to emphasize that this validation only verifies that the result is the expected one for the default value by default.

(7) The output table shows the output of the execution or any error message obtained when executing.

(8) The text of the question always appears on the left in a blue background.

In general, the result is only visible to the person who sent the test and not to the person who answers it, although some questionnaires could give the option to see the results report. In these cases the report will be available on the main page of the candidate (who can go to there after finishing the test)

No, you should not use any help during the test unless the test or question explicitly indicates (in which case it will be indicated exactly what questions you can ask). The objective of these tests is to determine if the candidate fits the profile and if so, continue with the process. Asking for help or using the Internet to search for answers will only cause both the evaluator and the candidate to waste time in subsequent tests where greater controls can be applied.

No, you should not write any validation unless the question explicitly requests it. For example, if a question says print the first n prime numbers and the predefined code includes something like:

n = 5

Then it is not necessary to validate that n is a number or that n is greater than zero unless the question explicitly indicates that some kind of validation should be applied.

The test will be evaluated with the questions that may have been answered until the questionnaire finalized. Note that even when the test time runs out, you must clic in the Finish button (Otherwise the test it is considered abandoned). In case that for some reason you cannot finish the test and close the browser before finishing, once the time expires the test is considered abandoned.

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