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Interview Mocha's Multilingual Support Assessment Platform

We provide multilingual support….

Because no single language can define accomplishments!

When we talk about Interview Mocha as a pre-employment skill testing solution, it is all about assessing the skills of a candidate and has nothing to do in which language they speak and write things. We are all ears when it comes to customer satisfaction and figured out this issue.

Our customers from countries like Germany, Spain, Japan, Russia, Portugal, and China have mentioned that the candidates from respective regions are not well versed in English. They are more comfortable & can express more when asked in their native language.  So, what if we create a test in our own language?  The idea stuck to our mind & we started working on providing the multilingual support on our assessment platform. With our endless efforts, we are happy to announce that Interview Mocha’s assessment platform is now ready to help you hire candidates for their skills regardless of any biases.

We understand that it’s very important to you that your prospective employees should feel as they are truly a part of your team.  Here’s a small contribution from Interview Mocha to help you achieve your goal.

Know how multilingual support will help our existing & prospective customers to screen candidates in any language of their comfort!

How to create a test in any language:

  • Go to My Questions in the top panel
  • Select Add Question from the right side panel. Select the type of question you want, MCQ, True False, Fill in the blanks, etc.

Add Questions

  • Select the skill to which you want to add the questions in the drop-down menu and click Add Skill

Add Skills

  • Now you can either type the question in the preferred language if your keyboard supports it or you can use web translators like Google, Bing to convert the text into the desired language. Sample languages are demonstrated below. Currently, we support Russian, German, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Indian Regional Languages, Portuguese, and a lot more.

Add Multilingual Questions

  • According to the type of question you want to upload (MCQ, True/False, Fill in the blanks, or descriptive, add the answer options, allocate the marks, assign the difficulty level and tag, and Click Save
  • When you create a test with your questions, you will get the questions uploaded by you in the preferred language in the desired skill test. The question will appear like below. The sample is for the Russian language.

question sample

Simple! Isn't it? Now we can assure you that you won't miss a single potential candidate simply because of the language barrier. Assess & hire as many candidates as you want, from anywhere and in any language of their comfort by creating your recruitment assessment tests with Interview Mocha.


The List of Languages Supported by Interview Mocha's Online Assessment Platform


Acholi Gaelic Scots Malayalam Spanish - Latin American
Afrikaans Galician Maldivian (Dhivehi) Spanish - Mexican
Akan Ganda Maltese Spanish - Nicaragua
Albanian Georgian Maori Spanish - Panama
Amharic German - Austrian Marathi Spanish - Peruvian
Arabic German - Germany Mauritian Creole Spanish - Puerto Rico
Armenian German-Swiss Moldovian Spanish - Spain
Assamese Gikuyu Mongolian Spanish - Uruguayan
Azerbaijani Greek Montenegrin Spanish - Venezuelan
Basque Greenlandic Moroccan Darija Sudanese
Belarusian Guarani Nama Sundanese
Bemba Gujarati Ndebele Swahili
Bengali Hausa Nepali Swati
Bengali - Bangladesh Hebrew Nicaraguan Swedish
Berber Hiligaynon Nigerian Pidgin Tagalog
Bosnian Hindi Norwegian Tajik
Bulgarian Hindi - Fiji Norwegian - Nynorsk Tamil
Burmese Hmong Nuer Tatar
Catalan Hungarian Oriya Telugu
Cebuano Icelandic Oromo Tibetan
Chewa Igbo Papiamentu Tigrinya
Chinese - HongKong Ilocano Pashto Tok Pisin
Chinese - Simplified Indonesian Polish Tonga (Tonga Islands)
Chinese - Traditional Inuktitut Portuguese - Brazilian Tsonga
Creole - Haitian Isekiri Portuguese - Portugal Tswana
Croatian Italian Punjabi - Indian Tumbuka
Czech Italian - Switzerland Punjabi - Pakistani Turkish
Danish Japanese Quechua Turkmen
Dari Javanese Romanian Uighur
Dinka Kannada Romansch Ukrainian
Dutch - Belgian Kashmiri Rundi Urdu
Dutch - Netherlands Kazakh Russian Uzbek
Ebira Khmer Rwanda Valencian
English - Australian Kirghiz Samoan Venda
English - Canada Kituba Sepedi Vietnamese
English - New Zealand Konkani Serbian - Cyrillic Welsh
English - UK Koongo Serbian - Latin Xhosa
English - US Korean Sesotho Yiddish
Estonian Krio Shona Yoruba
Ewe Kurdish - Kurmanji Sindhi Zulu
Farsi Kurdish - Sorani Sinhala Brazilian
Fijian Lao Slovak Chinese (Hong Kong)
Filipino Latin Slovenian Chinese (Simplified)
Finnish Latvian Somali Chinese (Traditional)
French - Belgium Lingala Sotho Dutch
French - Canadian Lithuanian Spanish - Argentinean English
French - France Luo Spanish - Bolivia French (Canadian)
French-Swiss Luxembourgish Spanish - Chilean French (European)
Fulani Macedonian Spanish - Colombian German
Ga Malagasy Spanish - Costa Rica Portuguese
Gaelic Irish Malay Spanish - Cuban Serbian
Spanish (European) Spanish (Latin American)    


If you need any assistance while exploring our super easy to use recruitment assessment tool for multilingual support, feel free to connect with us on support@interviewmocha.com.


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Sanghamitra Sarate
Sanghamitra Sarate
A passionate Digital Marketer with expertise in SEO & paid advertising. When not busy with the campaigns, I like to stay updated with latest trends in technology that are useful for recruitment & producing the content.

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