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13 May, 2022

iMocha has the world's largest skills assessment library, with over 2500 questions across various domains. 

We use a rigid five-step process to ensure our clients receive the most relevant and accurate coding problems. Here's an infographic detailing how we do it:

MicrosoftTeams-image (18)-1If you wish to know more about how iMocha's world's largest skills assessment library is helping Fortune 500 and Global Enterprises  achieve their L&D and Recruitment goals, visit here.

Laxmikant Kharangate
Laxmikant Kharangate
Laxmikant Kharangate is a Quality Analyst at iMocha with expertise in data science, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. As a QA, he focuses on making sure that our customers are happy, providing best practices to ensure they find efficiency in technical hiring. He loves reading technical articles, and plays cricket and explores photography in spare time.
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Topics: Tech Recruitment, Skills Assessment, L&D

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