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Our Android online test is the preferred pre-employment assessment for tech recruiters and hiring managers to identify job-fit candidates objectively and accurately. This Android programming test is useful for hiring entry level Android developers & can improve interview-to-selection ratio by 62%.

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Online Android Programming Test- Basic Level

Android is a Linux-based open-source operating system used for smartphones & tablets. The Android Programmer is responsible for designing and building applications for the Android platform. The candidate must possess basic knowledge of Java coding, Android SDK, various Android’s APIs, Unit testing & Bug fixing.  This Android online test enables hiring managers & recruiters in the tech industry to assess in-depth knowledge of applicants before an interview. The test is specially designed by our global Subject Matter Experts (SME) to test basic level Android skills of an Android developer as per industry standards.

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Test Summary

Android online test helps to screen the candidates for the following:

1. Strong knowledge of designing, building, and maintaining high performance, reusable, and reliable Java.

2. Ability to translate designs and wireframes into high-quality codes.

3. Ample understanding of Android UI design principles, patterns, and best practices.

4. Knowledge of the open-source Android ecosystem and the libraries available for common tasks.

5. Familiarity with Google's Android design principles and interface guidelines.

Use our scientifically designed Android programming test for candidate screening or ask us for a customized assessment based on all your requirements. Our intelligent reports on the Android knowledge test helps gauge the technical strengths of a candidate, facilitating the right hiring decisions.

The test consists of multiple-choice questions on Android as well as AI-LogicBox questions. AI-LogicBox questions helps assess coding and syntax knowledge of the candidate. The Android app online test can be attempted by candidates from anywhere in the comfort of their time zone.

iMocha online Android test is designed considering EEOC guidelines and helps assess & hire diverse talent without any bias.

Useful for hiring
  • Android Developer (0-2 yrs of Experience)
  • Junior Android Programmer
  • Android App Developer-Junior Level
Test Duration
No. of Questions
Level of Expertise
Entry Level/Mid/Expert
Topics Covered

Life Cycle

Android online test helps to assess candidates' proficiency in handling common lifecycle events in Android programming

Class/Object/Subclass used in Android

This Android programming test evaluates developers' knowledge of Class/Object/Subclass used in Android


This test will help you to quantify candidates' ability to use interfaces which is a collection of constants, methods (abstract, static, and default), and nested types

Thread Concepts

Our online test for Android developers helps recruiters identify candidates with knowledge of Thread concepts


Android app online test will evaluate candidates' ability to work with various components of Android applications which are activities, services, content providers, and broadcast receivers

Activity Life Cycle

Android knowledge test quantifies developers' knowledge of activity life cycle
Sample Question
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Multiple Option
Topics covered
Android Architecture Components


You want to use the MVVM architecture pattern in your application. You are using Data Binding and ViewModel architecture components.

You have the field "favorite" in your ViewModel class provided with required getters and setters. You would like to implement two-way data binding; avoid calling the ViewModel method onFavoriteChanged() when the checked status changes in the UI.

You have prepared the ViewModel class for two-way data binding for the "favorite" field and provided your ViewModel instance to data binding in the layout.

How should you bind your ViewModel to the UI such that two-way data binding would work?


  • &lt;CheckBox<br />&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;android:id=&quot;@+id/favoriteCheckBox&quot;<br />&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;android:checked=&quot;@={viewmodel.favorite}&quot;/&gt;<br />&nbsp;
  • &lt;CheckBox<br />&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;android:id=&quot;@+id/favoriteCheckBox&quot;<br />&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;android:checked=&quot;@{viewmodel.favorite}&quot;/&gt;<br />&nbsp;
  • &lt;CheckBox<br />&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;android:id=&quot;@+id/favoriteCheckBox&quot;<br />&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;android:checkable=&quot;@={viewmodel.favorite}&quot;/&gt;<br />&nbsp;
  • &lt;CheckBox<br />&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;android:id=&quot;@+id/favoriteCheckBox&quot;<br />&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;android:checkable=&quot;@{viewmodel.favorite}&quot;/&gt;<br />&nbsp;
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