Complete as many coding questions as you can before proceeding to the essay questions and video submission below.
To see the essay questions and video submission, simply scroll down below the coding challenge links.
Your entire application will be considered complete upon submission of the essays and video.
This portion of the application will help us determine and measure your programming ability. Easy questions are worth 1 point each, medium questions are worth 2 points each, and hard questions are worth 3 points each. The maximum score you can receive is a 21. We recommend that you are able to solve enough questions to get a cumulative total of 14 points before applying.
Please take your time with this application and answer as many questions as you can. You are competing with many other applicants and the people with the highest scores will be accepted into the cohort. Applicants who copy code from somewhere else will be automatically rejected.
Below, you will see instructions and links to your coding challenges.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you don’t have prior programming experience, we recommend any of the following free tutorials (pick one, if it doesn’t work for you, try another):
Coding Challenges Step 1
Watch the below Coding Challenge Video.
Coding Challenges Step 2
Click on the programming language you would like to complete your coding challenges in. Clicking on a programming language will auto-enroll you in a Repl Classroom with the coding challenges. (Please only click and complete one.)
Essay and Video Submissions
Complete everything, including the essays and video link, in the form below, all at one time. NOTE: This form will not save your work or let you return to a partial submission!