Candidates who have an upcoming Test on the HackerRank platform can attempt a sample Test before attempting the hiring company's actual Test. This allows you to get familiar with our coding environment and enables effective use of your time during the actual Test.
- Try HackerRank's Sample Test now!
- Refer the HackerRank Environment and FAQs page
- IDE tutorial for Front-end, Back-end, and Full-stack development based Tests
- Beginners FAQs on HackerRank assessments
- Technical FAQs
Environment Tour Guide
While you are logged in to a HackerRank Test, you will find an interface guide pop-up within coding Questions. Click Start Tour to get quick guidance through the code editor and know how to compile and run your code. The test timer is paused while you take this tour.
During CodePair interviews, click the icon and select Quick Tour for assistance with the interface.
If your HackerRank Test is based on Front-end, Back-end or Full-stack development roles, the login page of the Test provides an IDE tutorial to familiarize yourself with the coding environment before taking the actual Test.
While the HackerRank Test server is being set up, you're automatically prompted to start an IDE tutorial or you can click Open Tutorial to start it manually.
Refer to the Front-end, Back-end, Full-stack IDE - FAQs topic for detailed information.