In the TypeScript Test, candidates are asked to answer a set of multiple-choice questions. Using this test, you can determine whether the candidate has the necessary hard skills in TypeScript.
The TypeScript Test at a glance
When to use: You can use this test at any stage of the hiring process, but it may be most useful early on.
Example question : What is a Union Type?
- A type formed from two or more other types, representing values that may be any one of those types.
- A type that acts like a map statement for the type system, allowing an input type to change the structure of the new type.
- A way to extract and name from a subset of a type.
- A type that can only be used once.
Response time: 12 minutes.
Result: An easy-to-interpret score that allows you to determine the TypeScript skill of the candidate!
The science behind this test
The development of hard skills is essential for any employee in order to complete their tasks satisfactorily. However, it can be difficult to accurately assess these skills in potential candidates. HiPeople's TypeScript Knowledge Test helps you achieve this goal.
HiPeople Knowledge Tests help to reliably assess hard-skills, taking out the guesswork of the hiring process. HiPeople Knowledge Tests are crafted by selected subject matter experts and developed using at least two experts in a peer-review gold standard process. This means that you as a decision-maker can be confident in the validity and reliability of the test when selecting candidates.
Not only does this promote a fair hiring process, but it also helps to ensure that the candidate is suited for the job and can complete the necessary tasks.
The qualities of a candidate with high test scores
Candidates who score high on the TypeScript Test are extremely knowledgeable in TypeScript. They have a deep understanding of the language and how to use it effectively. Candidates who score high on the TypeScript Test will be able to hit the ground running with your project and contribute immediately.
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