Java project questions are automatically evaluated; however, a manual review is recommended. When you create a Java project question, you must assign a total possible score to the question.
As part of their answer, candidates typically don't just write the code, but also write the unit tests using jUnit. The code they submit is run against the unit tests that you provide.
Candidate's score for a question= (Number of unit tests passed / Total number of unit tests)* Total score
|There are 10 unit test cases in a question and the total score for the question is 100. Therefore, each unit test case is worth 10 points. If a candidate's code passes 8 unit test cases, then the candidate scores 80 points.|