Creating your own subjective questions and storing it in your team library.

Created by Shubham Kumar, Modified on Tue, 23 Apr 2024 at 04:51 PM by Gopal Pandey

Subjective questions are a form of assessment for which candidates are required to answer in the form of explanations such as short answer, definitions, scenario questions, and opinion-based questions.

Here’s how you can create a subjective problem.

  1. Go to your dashboard and click on the below button.


More Options) button next to your profile.

  1. Select the Library option to view, edit, and create questions in the library.
  2. Click on the blue button 


to Create a new problem. This will open a modal for you.

  1. In the opened model, Enter the problem name (Eg. Explain Polymorphism)
  2. Choose the Subjective option from the drop-down list as problem type.
  3. Choose from the three difficulty levels - Easy, Medium, Hard.
  4. Click on create button, this will open the next page.  

    Note: Problem type can't be changed later. Make sure you opt for the correct option.

  5. Enter problem definition in the description section and follow the checklist for your guidance.
  6. Make use of Tags to organize your problems. (Eg. Java tag can be used to organize all the java problems which you have created).
  7. Click Save problem.
  8. Once you have saved a problem, a blue tick mark ( ) appears next to it. Your problem is now ready for use.

Note: By default, evaluation mode is manual for subjective problems and the score is set as (Easy: 5, Medium: 10, Hard: 20).

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