Simulators Important Information
Calculation of Code Score on our Backend Programming Simulator
At Mercer | Mettl, the Code Score on our backend programming simulator i.e. CodeLysis is calculated as the inverse of a candidate's Cyclomatic Complexity score. This score enables hiring managers to make better and more informed decisions that are ...
Plagiarism Detection Against Generative AI for Code Snippet Questions
How do we detect code generated via generative AI? At Mercer | Mettl, we have created a sophisticated, in-house algorithm that harnesses the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to identify instances of AI-generated code. Our cutting-edge algorithm ...
Python Environment and Supported Libraries
At Mercer | Mettl, in our backend programming simulator i.e., CodeLysis, we support a variety of pre-installed libraries for Python 2 as well as for Python 3. As a test-taker, if you wish to make use of these libraries, click on the language ...
Code Complexity calculation on our Backend Programming Simulator
At Mercer | Mettl, the Code Complexity Score on CodeLysis is calculated as the inverse of a test-taker's Cyclomatic Complexity score. This score enables hiring managers to make better and more informed decisions that are not just based on the ...
Plagiarism Detection for Code Snippet Questions
1. How do we at Mercer | Mettl calculate Plagiarism for our coding questions? At Mercer | Mettl, we use MOSS (Measure of Software Similarity) to detect plagiarism in our coding assessments. MOSS is an algorithm which tokenizes a candidate’s code ...
All About Coding Simulators in Mettl
Mercer | Mettl offers a wide variety of coding simulators ranging from Backend Development Simulators to Front-End Simulators, Database Query Simulator, etc. Some of the prominent simulators include: CodeLysis or General Purpose Backend Programming ...