You can now import Data Science questions into the HackerRank interviews. With this feature, interviewers can assess candidates on skills during live interviews, view their code inside the Interview report, and rerun the same inside the IDE. This article will walk you through the steps to import Data Science project questions in HackerRank Interview.
Note: For importing Front-end Back-end and Full-Stack in the HackerRank interview, click here.
Steps to Import From Library
- You must have scheduled a HackerRank interview, either by Quick pad or Scheduled Interview. Refer to the article, Methods to setup an Interview to know more. You can also see here to understand how to schedule an Interview.
Inside the interview session, click on the Questions Library tile at the bottom of the page (or) hover to the left pane, and select the Questions option.
Click on the down arrow beside Type and select Data Science from the drop-down menu inside the library. This will open a list of the data science questions. Select the desired question from the list and click on the Use button beside it to launch it into the interview screen.
Once the question is selected, it gets populated in the left-hand panel of the screen. You will see the message “Waiting for the candidate to share their screen” in the middle section of the screen.
Import from Tests to Interview
- You can also import Data Science questions from a previous CodeScreen test.
- To import a question from the Candidates test, click on the plus (+) icon on the top.
- On the landing page, hover your mouse on the left pane.
- Here you can see the Candidate’s Test option. Here you can find the questions used in the candidate’s test. Click on Use to launch that question.
- Once the candidate shares their screen, you will view their CodeScreen submission in the middle panel of the screen.
Candidate experience during the interview
- Once the interviewer selects a Data Science question during an interview, the candidate sees the below message on their screen, prompting them to allow screen sharing with the interviewer.
- Candidates can also click on the Skip option to skip the screen share and share it via other video conferencing apps.
- As the candidate selects the required option for screen sharing, the online IDE is launched. Once the IDE setup is complete, the candidate can start solving the problem inside the IDE.
- Candidates can also stop screen sharing at any point in time by clicking on the Stop sharing button.
Inside the Interview
Once the candidate shares their screen, as an interviewer, you will view the candidate’s IDE inside the interview.
- You can minimize the screen by clicking on the Minimize button or move to other question tabs if required.
- You can also expand the Scorecard panel to evaluate the candidate based on their solution.
Inside the Interview Report
- As an interviewer, go to “My Interviews” inside the Interview tab of your profile.
- Access the record of the candidate whose report you want to view.
- Click on the View Submission button to view the candidate’s solution.