iMocha’s Rational Functional Tester skill test is the ideal pre-hire test for recruiters and hiring managers to assess candidates objectively. The test is useful for hiring QA Automation Engineers and Software Testers- IBM RFT. The RTF test reduces hiring time by 40% and increases interview-to-selection ratio by 62%.
IBM RFT online test is designed and developed to evaluate the IBM® RFT skills of IBM RFT Automation Testers as per industry standards. The RFT Test assists employers and hiring managers to validate the software testing skills of an applicant using IBM RFT. IBM® RFT (Rational Functional Tester) is a tool developed by the rational software division of IBM®, used to perform the automated testing of software applications. It allows users to create tests that mimic the expected and unexpected actions performed by a human while using the software application. Furthermore, the tool is used to perform automation and regression testing of the software application.
The Rational Functional Tester skill test helps recruiters to hire software testers with practical knowledge of the IBM-RFT tool. The test contains meaningful questions on Functional Tester scripts and data pools, Test Script, Programming Environments, Object Map interface, and Object Verification. This test on RFT basics is designed by Subject Matter Experts (SME) to analyze the IBM RFT testing skills of QA Automation Engineers.
Using powerful reporting, a detailed analysis of the test results is provided to facilitate better hiring decisions and predict a candidate’s performance.
The IBM RFT interview test enables employers and recruiters to identify potential hires by evaluating working skills and job readiness of candidates. Therefore, the emphasis is laid upon evaluating the knowledge of applied skills gained through real work experience.
This test may contain MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions), MAQs (Multiple Answer Questions), Fill in the Blanks, Descriptive, Whiteboard Questions, Audio / Video Questions, LogicBox (AI-based Pseudo-Coding Platform), Coding Simulations, True or False Questions, etc.