Our Django online test is the ideal pre-hire assessment for recruiters and hiring managers to assess a candidate’s skills objectively before an interview. The Django skills test helps hire Django Developers. This test has helped our customers reduce hiring costs by 40%.
Django is a free, open-source web application framework written in Python that encourages rapid development and pragmatic design. The test is created and validated by experienced Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to assess the Django skills of candidates as per industry standards. The Django online test helps recruiters and hiring managers evaluate candidates' expertise in Python development using Django.
Two important use cases for Django skill test
#1 Identifying job-fit candidates based on job roles
Our fastest custom assessment platform helps in customizing Django skill test according to the job role. iMocha's team goes through the job descriptions and list down the skills required for the particular job role. With the help of our skill assessments, you can evaluate candidate’s knowledge and on the basis of their score card you can hire the good job-fit candidates.
#2 Skill-gap analysis of your employees
To measure improvement in skill areas, pre- and post-training assessment are the best ways to evaluate employees’ Django skills. This assessment gives a clear picture of learner’s growth. iMocha platform can be integrated with different legacy LMS where our assessment can help you perform a skill gap analysis. Our assessment and question types can be customised based on your requirements.
The test helps to screen candidates who possess the following traits :
1. Knowledge of developing software as per given designs or specifications using the Django framework.
2. Expertise in building reusable server components.
3. Experience with object-oriented programming, performance optimization, and algorithms.
Test Creation Process
Candidate’s specific skills can easily be assessed with the help of different types of Django skills test. Subject matter expert creates assessments according to their industry experience. Like Django Experts create questions related to Django Model, Jinga filters, ModelForm Django Commands.
Test Analytics Report
Our Django coding test reports will give a detailed analysis of each candidate and provide analytical data tohelp you hire better and faster. To know about the candidate's experience, we have introduced a new feature called candidate feedback module in our Django pre-employment test to ensure that the candidates have an excellent experience while attempting the test.
The test enables employers and recruiters to identify potential prospects by evaluating working skills and job readiness. For this reason, emphasis is laid upon assessing the knowledge of applied skills gained through real work experience rather than theoretical knowledge.
Test Question Format
The Django online test contains MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions), MAQs (Multiple Answer Questions), Fill in the Blanks, Descriptive, Whiteboard Questions, Audio/Video Questions, AI-LogicBox (Pseudo-Coding Platform), Coding Simulators, True or False Questions, etc.
Test Duration: 45 minutes
No. of Questions: 12
Level of Expertise: Entry/Mid/Senior
Our test assesses the candidate’s understanding of the collection of objects from database called QuerySets.
This test helps in assessing the candidate’s knowledge of Jinja Filters present in Django, used to format or transform values.
iMocha’s assessments helps in evaluating the candidate's ability to work with Django Template Language (DTL), which is built for developers to embed Django logic codes into HTML template files.
This test helps recruiters to evaluate candidates' knowledge of Django model, which is used to create tables, their fields, and various constraints.
Our Django pre-employment test evaluates candidates' knowledge of ModelForm in Django, which is used to convert a model into Django form.
This test helps recruiters to assess candidates' ability to work with Django framework, which is a python-based framework and used for creating quality web applications.
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Django tests evaluate knowledge of the framework, understanding of code architecture and APIs, Jinja Filters, and much more. It assesses candidates’ competencies on basic, intermediate, and advanced levels. Questions are available in MCQ, Multiple Answer Questions, fill in the blanks, descriptive, audio/video questions, AI-LogicBox, formats that make it easier for recruiters to assess candidates better.
Yes, you can evaluate coding skills along with Django test. The assessment test can be customized with our team assistance. The customize feature helps evaluate coding skills of candidates. You can also take the assistance of our team to create tests or suggest test structures. Along with this, multiple coding questions like Coding-Python, ModelForm Django Commands, etc. can be included in a test to evaluate coding skills.
A candidate with Django certification is usually easier to hire for the matching job role. Some of the certifications are:
These Django test certificates will help recruiters to validate candidate’s skills.
Some of the roles and responsibilities of Django developer are:
Listed below are some of the skillsets of Django Developer:
Some of the common interview questions are: