jstarkey at advancecreations.com
Fri Oct 27 23:54:31 MDT 2000
The Linux test was a little over my head since it spoke a lot about gnome
and kde from the admin standpoint. I don't use either. It put me in the
top 20 here in Denver so I know it's not that highly used here based on
the scores that were in there. Pretty big range.
The HTML test was not as intensive as the one I took for pre-employment,
which was weighted for problem-solving and competency. For instance if
there were 3 correct answers and you checked two of them you lost points
for not chosing the third but you also got points for the ones you did get
BrainBench only allowed for one answer per question.
On Fri, 27 Oct 2000, Sean Reifschneider wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 27, 2000 at 11:43:17AM -0600, John Starkey wrote:
> >I'm really curious about BrainBench's services. Anyone have any comments
> >regarding them? I just went there and took their Linux (RH) Admin and HTML
> I went through their Python test, and was a bit shocked at how much of it
> was "what happens if you run this through the interpreter". It wasn't
> very clever, IMHO. I haven't tried the Linux test.
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