Java Coding Assessment Test (Medium)
Java Coding Online Test helps recruiters to assess Java programming skills of a candidate.
The Java Coding Online test helps to validate candidates theroy as well as programming knowledge. This Java programming skills test has been developed and reviewed by qualified and experienced Subject Matter Experts (SME). The candidate has to write a code in a Coding Simulator. If a programmer also write appropriate comments for his code then he is considered a good programmer.
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This pre-employment test is useful for hiring:
- Experienced Java Programmer
- Java Developer with 2 to 5 years of experience
The Java Coding Online test enables employers and recruiters to identify potential hires by evaluating working skills and job readiness. The medium level Java programming skill test is useful to hire Java Developers with a few years of experience. For this reason, emphasis is laid upon evaluating the knowledge of applied skills gained through real work experience, rather than theoretical knowledge.
Questions : 22
Duration : 60 minutes
- Core Java : The test contains 5 questions on Core Java concepts to check the knowledge of candidate in related area.
- OOPs : The test contains 5 questions on OOPs concepts to check the knowledge of candidate in related area.
- JSP : The test contains 5 questions on JSP concepts to check the knowledge of candidate in related area.
- Servlets : The test contains 5 questions on Servlets to check the knowledge of candidate in related area.
- Coding : The test contains 2 Coding questions.
Java Coding Test (Medium)
Question #1 of 2
Which of these represents the CORRECT path for the core JSTL library in JSTL version 1.1?
Question #2 of 2
What's the difference between servlets and applets?
Note: There are multiple correct answers to this question.
Servlets executes on Servers, where as Applets executes on Browser
Servlets have no GUI, where as an Applet has GUI
Servlets creates static web pages, where as Applets creates dynamic web pages
Servlets can handle only a single request, where as Applet can handle multiple requests
|Candidate Name: David Messi||Test Date: 28-May-2014|
|Test Name: Java Coding Test (Medium)||Test Start Time: 13.30|
Score: 10 Out Of 22
|Tolerable Limit||Not acceptable|
|Gender :||Male||Phone Number :||+1-541-754-3010|
|Total Experience (Years) :||3||Total Experience (Months) :||5|
|Skill Set :||Java Coding||Current Employer :||Interview Mocha|
|Current Job Title :||Solution Architect||Current Salary :||600.00|
|Expected Salary :||1000000.00||Current Location :||Chicago|
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