6,000+ Companies Use
TestDome to Avoid Bad Hires
Stop wasting time on people who look good on paper but can't do the job. Find top candidates with work-sample skill tests.
TestDome in 90 seconds
Screen 60+ skills via work-sample questions for $7/candidate
Mix questions for different skills or even custom questions in one test. Choose from 150+ pre-made tests.
Use questions with the highest predictive validity: work-sample or general mental ability.
$7 per candidate
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Enjoy the benefits
Assess skills you
are not an expert in
From Java classes to Excel formulas, all questions are evaluated automatically.
If 80% of candidates fail the test, you can focus on the top 20%.
Read customer experiences
"TestDome significantly improves our hiring process and the quality of candidates that we do hire."
Brian M. via Capterra
"The cost per test is much less than it would be if we spend time for unnecessary interviews."
"Sometimes, even though a candidate's resume seems technically broad... the results show something completely different. It's helped us a whole lot filtering talent."
Katya D. via G2
"I can tell you my quality of life just went up dramatically. I have done 67 interviews this year and hired 5 people. That's 62 hours of my life I will never get back. Being able to sit back and watch... is amazing."
Devin Smith, USA
Automated Question Scoring
"We don't have the technical proficiency to test candidates for their coding ability. TestDome, for us, is the perfect solution to this."
George O. via G2
Make it great for candidates, too
"Thanks for the awesome application process, @TestDome! I saw my score immediately, and I can now set my expectation."
Dodge Ronquillo via Twitter
"The tests are comprehensive and candidates see them as fair representations of their skill."
IT Admin. via G2
"The tests at TestDome let you think, do real programming, see errors, correct them and, in summary, do what you do when you are at a real work environment."
Gabriel Henao Silva