CodeMonk talent vetting

A brief on vetting and verification process on CodeMonk

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How to get vetted as a talent on CodeMonk?

Have you completed your profile as a tech talent on the CodeMonk platform? If yes, then the next steps involve getting vetted by attempting the skill tests.

Vetting process involves getting your skills verified by expert panel of CodeMonk through the tests designed and uploaded for the purpose.

Below are the steps to get vetted on the CodeMonk platform:

Step: 1

After completing your profile, log into your account using the registered email ID and go to the dashboard.

Click on the banner to take skill test to get vetted.

Codemonk Dashboard

Click on 'Complete your profile' to get vetted.

Step: 2

You can see that the skill you have uploaded (maximum of 10 skills)appear on the page when you click 'Get Vetted Now' on the dashboard, as shown in the below image. Select the skill for which you want to get vetted to start your skill test.

You need to also test your soft skills before getting the 'green tick' or getting vetted.

Skill verification tab : CodeMonk dashboard

Skill verification form for talent

Click on each test to complete it to get "vetted" for the skills mentioned. Your vetting process will be complete with a minimum of 3 out of your 7 top skill tests and get a 'green' tick to get vetted.

Step: 3

If you have completed the top skills, you can go on to try out the 'Other Optional Tests' to get vetted for your skills.

Talents need to complete at least a minimum of 3 skill tests (from the top 7 skills mentioned in the profile) before they get the 'vetted' tag.

Please note: The tests are of 45-minute duration. Once you have clicked and started a test, you cannot go back on it. The test will upload on a new window. A timer will show the remaining amount of time to finish your test. Tests are designed according to your skill sets and will appear once you click on 'get verified now'.

Talent Assessment

Click on 'SUBMIT TEST' to complete the test. Depending upon your scores, get vetted with distinctive colors: Green, orange or red. Green indicates you have cleared the test with the required score, while orange indicates you have passed, though, you cannot be designated an expert in the skill. Red indicates that you need more practice, and have to come back again to give the test.

Check the article for the color-coded vetting process.

What happens if I fail the skill test?

If your scores are red, all is not lost. You can always attempt a re-test after 45 days to get your score back on track to green or orange!

Even if you have an orange tick on a skill and you want to excel in it, you can always come back after 45 days to turn it into a green tick of approval.

Attempt all the tests specified for your skills to fast-track your profile's success.

Share it with your friends and prospective employers on social media to get maximum exposure for your vetted profile!!

All the very best!

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