React Developer Test

Use a React developer test to hire developers by testing their knowledge and understanding of React.

  • What is a React test?

    React is a front-end Javascript library used by developers to build user interfaces (UI's). Used when building web applications, React enables developers to build dynamic buttons, search bars, or facilities on a website that enable a user to interact directly with the website.

    A React test allows recruiters to determine how well candidates can use the React library to create the most commonly used user interfaces on websites. Also, it helps demonstrate how well the candidate can use React programming to solve common and complex problems.

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  • Find those candidates who will excel in the role.

    Select the assessments that match the skills or behaviours for the position. You can test for software or coding competency, soft skills like teamwork, or personality traits, to be sure those who pass have high potential.

  • Reduce costs and time.

    No more laborious sifting of resumes or cover letters. Pick your ideal assessment mix, invite your applicants to take them, see the results in your dashboard. Get to the interview stage fast.

  • Eliminate bias.

    All your candidates take the assessments on a level playing field. Only their results determine whether they get shortlisted.

  • Why is a React test so important when hiring?

    React is a commonly used Javascript library used by many developers. As such, many developers must be familiar with and proficient in using React when developing websites.

    Practically and objectively assessing a candidate's skill level in using React can be tricky for recruiters, especially when candidates state the same proficiency level. The React test provides recruiters with an easy-to-administer way of assessing how well candidates understand React and whether they demonstrate the necessary skill level and knowledge to use React in a role.

    Those who score highly on a React test show the skill level required and can progress to the next stage of the application process. Those that do not can be eliminated.

    In addition to evaluating a candidate's proficiency in using React, the React test also enables recruiters to understand better how well candidates can work under pressure along with their ability to problem-solve.

    An individual's critical thinking and analytical skills are also assessed in this test, providing you with an opportunity to evaluate many of the skills required by those that use React daily in their roles.

    Using a React test in the recruitment process for many related positions would provide beneficial insights into the skill level of your applicant pool.

    Examples of such roles include:

    • JavaScript developer
    • Front-end web developer

Sample React Developer Test question

Which of the following is not one of the rules of hooks?

  • Hooks can only be called inside React function components.

  • Hooks can only be called at the top level of a component.

  • Hooks cannot be conditional.

  • Hooks can be used in a maximum of two levels of nesting functions.

How to assess React coding skills using our test

Our React test asks a variety of questions that vary in difficulty level. Candidates who are proficient in React should be able to answer most of the questions correctly.

The React test provides valuable data-driven insight into what a candidate knows and understands. The test is structured using multiple-choice questions: a familiar format for most test-takers, that allows for instant and objective scoring.

As well as the correct answer, there are typically 2–4 distractors, representing common misconceptions and mistakes. This helps make the test more challenging, so a candidate's ability can be measured more accurately.

Test scores are provided to the user and can be compared to other test-takers in your talent pool to see how they perform relative to each other.

Each test has been thoroughly reviewed to ensure accuracy and validity in line with industry standards. It has been written, examined and edited by React experts and psychometric professionals. It has also been reviewed by a diverse sample of job seekers to check for any issues including sensitivity, face validity, fairness and accessibility.

This test is continually monitored so our team can optimize performance and regularly assess fairness issues.

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  • Assessments

    A full suite of assessments

    Our platform comes with 12 tests across both foundation and advanced levels so they’re suitable for everyone. Including aptitude, behavioural and personality tests, you’ll have a full range of tests to help you find the candidates you’re seeking.

  • Analytics

    An array of candidate metrics

    For each of your candidates, you’ll be given a comprehensive report. Included will be all the metrics you need to build a detailed picture of each candidate and ensure you’re making the right hiring decisions.

“The platform is so simple to use. I had used competitor providers for over six years and will never go back. Fast, efficient and friendly!”
Greg Chambers, HR Business Partner, Littlefish Ltd
Greg Chambers, HR Business Partner, Littlefish Ltd
React Developer Test expert

Devised by an expert

Giorgi Bichinashvili is a software engineer with over seven years of experience, specializing mainly in the Javascript/Typescript stack. Giorgi has experience working with a range of technologies including Node.js, React.js, and Nest.js.

FAQs

How popular is React?

Used for developing many well-known service and product-based websites, React is one of the most popular front-end web development tools used by those who build websites. This is primarily due to its ease of use, intuitive functionality, fast rendering processes, flexibility of use, and well-supported library.

Why are React skills important?

Many businesses require their websites to be interactive, enabling users to use the website intuitively, whether to search, access a toolbar, or use 'buttons' on a website to complete a process. Those that have React skills can use React to create websites that include these functions.

What other skills are required for React?

To use React to its maximum potential, users need to be able to think critically and demonstrate analytical thinking when problem-solving. The ability to keep calm under pressure and apply logical thinking are also beneficial skills.

When in the application process is it best to use a React test?

Using a React test in the early stages of the process is a cost-effective and efficient way to shortlist the best candidates for your role. This means only those candidates who demonstrate the required proficiency in understanding and using React as needed for the position.

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Laurence Fishman, Partner, NLPCA

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