Codility has been working with enterprise engineering teams for over 10 years to provide
remote technical assessment solutions. Today, Connect Job is partnering with Codility to offer free testing to
all Connect Job registrants. As a Connect Job providing jobs to IT people around the world, we strongly
empathized and partnered with Codility's vision of Remote-first, resumeless, equality and transparency.
Please use this opportunity to prove your skills, prepare for employment, practice tests, etc.
Connect Job leverages the Codility platform to provide you with Fundamental tests (GA) and Job Role Specific tests (SA).
★Fundamentals testing (GA) will highlight those candidates who already have development experience by assessing their understanding of core computer science fundamentals through real-world exercises.
★Fundamental and Aptitude testing identifies which candidates have developer experience but doesn’t tell you the seniority or specialization of any candidates. This is where Real-Life testing comes into play.
After you’ve applied for the test (s) from Connect Job, you have been invited to take
the test to demonstrate your programming ability on some small coding assignments. You will be presented with
a few tasks that will require you to write or correct some code. Tests usually last between half an hour and
*It takes a long time to complete each test, so if you want to take more than one test, it is better to apply several times rather than applying for multiple tests at the same time.
Depending on the test, for some, programming languages may or may not be limited. Furthermore details, available programming languages will be mentioned in the test page.
Connect Job is partnering with Codility to offer free testing to all Connect Job registrants, so we will cover for the test fee(s). Take this chances as much as possible.
You can take this test(s) online from anywhere in the world.
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