Subjective questions are a form of assessment for which candidates are required to answer in the form of explanations such as short answer, definitions, scenario questions, and opinion-based questions.
Here’s how you can create a subjective problem.
- Go to your dashboard and click on the (More Options) button next to your profile.
- Select the Library option to view, edit, and create questions in the library.
- Click on the blue button ( ) to Create a new problem. This will open a modal for you.
- In the opened model, Enter the problem name (Eg. Explain Polymorphism)
- Choose the Subjective option from the drop-down list as problem type.
- Choose from the three difficulty levels - Easy, Medium, Hard.
- Click on create button, this will open the next page.
Note: Problem type can't be changed later. Make sure you opt for the correct option.
- Enter problem definition in the description section and follow the checklist for your guidance.
- Make use of Tags to organize your problems. (Eg. Java tag can be used to organize all the java problems which you have created).
- Click Save problem.
- Once you have saved a problem, a blue tick mark ( ) appears next to it. Your problem is now ready for use.
Note: By default, evaluation mode is manual for subjective problems and the score is set as (Easy: 5, Medium: 10, Hard: 20).