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Interview Mocha Test Infrastructure Guidelines

Introduction

This document explains the hardware, software and network specifications to conduct online test using Interview Mocha test platform.



Hardware (Machine) Specification

The candidate’s machine should contain following specification for smooth experience of test.
CPU: Intel Duel Core 2.0 GHz/ equivalent or above
RAM: Minimum 2 GB
Screen Resolution: Minimum 1024 x 768 (1366 x 768 Recommended)
Webcam Resolution: Minimum 1.0 MP (If the test is having Image Proctoring enabled)

Software

Browser:

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    Chrome 31+
  • firefox_logo
    Firefox 31+
  • IE
    IE 10+
  • opera
    Opera
  • safari
    Safari
  • Image Proctoring (If the test is having Image Proctoring enabled)
  • chrome_logo
    Chrome 31+
  • firefox_logo
    Firefox 31+

Network

Internet Bandwidth:

Individual Candidate: Minimum 256 kbps.
If you are conducting a drive of 100 Candidates: Minimum 2 mbps

Network Speed:

Check if there is proper internet connection with decent speed. A proxy for this is, if you are able to login into your Gmail account without any difficulty.

Restart Test:

In case the test window closes in the middle of the test or at the time of submission for any reason whatsoever, the system waits for at least 4 hours before expiring the test & generating the result. Candidate can re-login with the same Email/ Access key & start the test from exactly where it stopped.

Need Help?

If you need any further help, please contact us at support@interviewmocha.com

Amit Mishra
Amit Mishra
CEO, Co-founder of Interview Mocha, the world's largest skills assessment API platform

Topics: Product

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