Evaluation of Projects questions (Front-End, Back-End, Full-Stack, and Data Science) allows Hiring Managers or Interviewers to provide structured, skill-based feedback for Project submissions. This is alongside the available Candidate score, thus helping to make better hiring decisions.
You can now rate candidates on various skills mapped to the job role, provide feedback, and add or modify scores to Project questions. While this is an optional step, you can use this to provide structured feedback on skills such as code quality, problem-solving, and more.
The feedback captured is available in the Candidate Packet.
Evaluate Project Questions Manually
- You must be logged in to HackerRank for Work.
- A test with the job role mapped to skills and Project questions should be available.
Evaluate the Project Questions Manually
- Open the Test with Project questions that need to be evaluated.
- Go to the Candidates tab and click on the Candidate’s name to open their report.
- Click View report for the Projects question.
- The report is launched.
The report page is divided into these sections:
- Problem Statement
- Repository View and IDE View - Launch the IDE to view and run the Candidate’s solution and check the Candidate’s answer against the test cases.
- Scorecard - The scorecard displays the set of skills that are mapped to the job role for which the Candidate is being evaluated. You can rate a candidate between a “Strong Yes” and a “Strong No” against each of these skills and write your feedback specific to a particular skill. You can also leave overall feedback based on the Candidate’s solution and give a score to the question.
To learn more about candidate packets, click here.
Manual evaluation is possible only for Tests with roles mapped to skills and is currently restricted to only one Project type question from the test. Click here to learn more about getting started with skills on HackerRank.