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Updated on: October 20, 2021

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HackerEarth - New SaaS Software

HackerEarth

Remotely hire the best tech talent
(299 Ratings) Write Review

HackerEarth allows you to create accurate coding assessments and screen candidates effectively, helping you hire the best technical talent. HackerEarth’s test settings allow you to change the duration of the test, cut off score, or the language of the test. You can also modify the proctoring settings, candidate settings, and report settings. HackerEarth assessments have a feature to disable candidates from copying code from the Web or another local computer and pasting it on the code editor. In addition, the platform also disallows candidates from copying problem statements from the question library and sharing it on the web.

HackerEarth Features

HackerEarth Technical details

Support 24/7 (Live rep) Business Hours Online Customer Type Large Enterprises Medium Business Small Business
API Location / Phone Number San Francisco, California / +1-650-461-4192
Deployment SaaS/Web/Cloud Category New SaaS Software

HackerEarth Pricing

Pricing ModelFree Trial , Subscription , Quotation Based
Startup
$119 /Month

Features

  • 1 Recruiter seat
  • 20 Invites
  • Create tests automatically and manually
  • Basic questions library
  • Custom library
  • Invite candidates
  • View detailed reports
  • Export and share test reports
  • Collect candidate information
  • Categorization of candidates
  • Password-protected tests
  • View candidate feedback
  • Basic proctoring settings
  • Advanced proctoring settings
Enterprise
$279 /Month

Features

  • 1 Recruiter seat
  • 1 Team seat
  • 50 Invites
  • Create tests automatically and manually
  • Basic questions library
  • Custom library
  • Invite candidates
  • View detailed reports
  • Export and share test reports
  • Collect candidate information
  • Categorization of candidates
  • Password-protected tests
  • View candidate feedback
  • Basic proctoring settings
  • Advanced proctoring settings
  • Question pooling
  • White-labeling
  • Bulk upload MCQ questions
  • Code player
  • HackerEarth Recruit API
Custom
Custom

Features

  • Create tests automatically and manually
  • Basic questions library
  • Custom library
  • Invite candidates
  • View detailed reports
  • Export and share test reports
  • Collect candidate information
  • Categorization of candidates
  • Password-protected tests
  • View candidate feedback
  • Basic proctoring settings
  • Advanced proctoring settings
  • Question pooling
  • White-labeling
  • Bulk upload MCQ questions
  • Code player
  • HackerEarth Recruit API
  • Premium questions library
  • Third-party ATS integration
  • Dedicated account manager
  • Dedicated customer success manager
  • Support via phone and email
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Disclaimer: The pricing details were last updated on 05/08/2020 from the vendor website and may be different from actual. Please confirm with the vendor website before purchasing.

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HackerEarth FAQs

HackerEarth offers the following functionalities:

  • Self Service Portal
  • Session Recording
  • Question Library
  • Reports
  • Multi-User Collaboration
  • Dashboard
  • Feedback Management
  • Video Interview

Learn more about HackerEarth features.

Yes, HackerEarth provides API.

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HackerEarth Reviews

OVERALL RATING
4.2
Based on 299 Rating(s)
Rating Distribution
  • 80 %
  • 18.3 %
  • 1.4 %
  • 0 %
  • 0.3 %
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Sakshi S
Sakshi SSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 27 November 2020) "Hackerearth Assessment"

What do you like best?

User interface of the system helps us to navigate and use the platform in the most optimal way.

What do you dislike?

Nothing to complained about. It is efficient and effective.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Good and efficient platform.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We are using it to ease our hiring process by using it to help us filter and shortlist the desired candidates

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Jayshree R
Jayshree RSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 12 November 2020) "Hackerearth Assessment"

What do you like best?

It is user friendly. It is our go to tool for tech hiring. It helps us in doing the first round of screenings.

What do you dislike?

Till now I have not faced any such issue with hackerearth.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Hackerearth is a one stop tool for all the hiring needs.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

It is easing the interview process for tech role and saves time and money during the hiring process. The interview time is reduced after using hackerearth.

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Jimmy T
Jimmy TSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 09 September 2020) "Assessments questions are solid across the board. Has streamlined our Dev-Ops hiring process!"

What do you like best?

The team at HackerEarth are very responsive and proactive about reaching out to us thru out our membership. Service is key to these apps.

The technology questions are spot on and allows you a lot of flexibility to customize and add your own questions. Efficient and easy to use reporting and tracking. The est part of the experience is they had plenty of tools to manage the entire process but didnt lock you in so that you could easily insert into your current process as needed.

What do you dislike?

Honestly there isnt really anything to dislike. They didnt have every feature we would have "wished" for but they definitly listened to our requests and helped find workarounds

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Take advantage of meeting with your TAM and using there help along the way as you learn the system. No professional service are required but use the SME they provide you.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We are a recruitment firm - this allowed us to have candidates that past screening take the assessment so that we could save our technical interviewing team valuable time. This way our developers could focus on interviewing only quality candidates.

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Manish Reddy N
Manish Reddy NSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 02 August 2020) "My Experience With HackerEarth"

What do you like best?

The best things about Hackerearth is it's beginner friendly user interface, which helps the students understand how to use its features to the fullest and make the most out of their time and also the platform provides a base to connect well with the communities which is a very needed thing in the digital world.

What do you dislike?

There is nothing I dislike about Hackerearth. Every feature there is useful for atleast 2 sets of people. Be it students or corporates or communities, the tool set is really useful for everyone.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

I am able to make sure that our community of students at my college are able to have the best of contests and challenges using Hackerearth. It is also helping us to overcome the problem of monitoring with its highly powerful automated monitoring systems.

...more
Jane
JaneSource : trustpilot.com
(Reviewed on 31 July 2020) great site

great site, all praise for the site and for working on this site. i really like it and would recommend it to anyone. go on . i will continue to follow you, your site and your work. i will recommend it to my friendsA..L.I.S.O.N.H.A.C.K.E.R..0.1.8..AT..G.M.A.I.L

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Vartika S
Vartika SSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 29 July 2020) "CodingCharm"

What do you like best?

The best is the user-friendly environment, the competitive environment by holding up different coding contest from time to time and the overall coding experience in any language we want.

What do you dislike?

I've been coding on HackerEarth since the initial years of my college. I wasn't aware of much online coding platforms back then and when I started working on it there was no turning back. I don't think I've ever had complaints about the platform.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

There are mostly competition based codings. HackerEarth upgrades with some new competition on a regular basis and whenever I feel like I participate in them. You learn you interact and of course, you gear up some gyris and sulcis of your brain.

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Bharat V
Bharat VSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 28 July 2020) "HackerEarth - A place to Learn, Practice and Get hired"

What do you like best?

I still remember I joined this huge community in class 12th. From solving the addition of two integer numbers to solving multinational company's complex algorithms, HackerEarth helps me a lot to find my carrier and goals.

The main thing I love most is every time there are hundreds of challenging competitions available with very huge rewards. If you're a new learner then HackerEarth provides articles on Basic Programming, Data Structure, Algorithms, Dynamic Programming, Machine Learning, and many more. Lots of companies visit HackerEarth to recruit students with high packages.

What do you dislike?

No such dislike things come in mind as it was always very helpful to me. But, I would like to say HackerEarth is for those people who really want to do something. You have to do programming continuously to rank you up by participating in various challenges and competitions.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

There are thousands of problems on this platform. You can start wherever your interest goes. I solve problems of Data structure and algorithm on HackerEarth. But, as my interest in Machine Learning, I always participate in Top ML companies competitions and won three of them. Till now, I got many rewards from these types of challenges.

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Yash M
Yash MSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 28 July 2020) "Be a better Programmer"

What do you like best?

HackerEarth provides a very smooth and user-friendly interface for the new users.

It can be said that it's an "All in One" platform for coding which includes practice sessions, contest sessions, Hackathons, and notes for algorithms which makes it very convenient for the users to find all they need in this platform rather than switching tabs to different sites.

One can easily upgrade themself from a beginner to an advanced programmer by starting with the basics and advancing to complex topics.

What do you dislike?

It's difficult to find a negative point but if something has to be improved can be that it should also include direct questions rather than a story based question which will save time and also help in analyzing their algorithm concepts.

It should also have company-wise interview preparation tracks like that in Leetcode.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

It is a great platform for the new users as well as advanced programmers as it'll help you to progress with your own pace by starting at the basics and advancing to more complex topics.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Currently solving graphs and trees and I've been benefited by the notes and with the help of some basic examples and problems.

...more
Abhishek K
Abhishek KSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 28 July 2020) "HackerEarth, platform for self and community development"

What do you like best?

Level of question. Accessibility, Interface, Discussion forum.

Ease to conduct a contest, compiled result, individual person status report support.

What do you dislike?

Lack of predefined question bank for organizing competitions. There are only a few questions that can be used as filler questions.

No MCQs for objective type questions. Only the coding question.

Questions based on other subjects such as OOPs, OS, DBMS, Networking must be included as MCQ or query-based.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

I recommend it for practicing coding, Data Structures, and Algorithms, participating in coding events, hackathons, etc.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

I am using HackerEarth as a student and as a college coding club head.

So as a student, I solve the questions for my interview preparation, learning DSA.

As head, I use it for conducting competition on campus. It's easy to use and can easily reach for support.

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Debasis J
Debasis JSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 27 July 2020) "HackerEarth is a platform where I got everything that I want"

What do you like best?

I have used HackerEarth as a programmer and as a problem setter.

What I really loved as a programmer is:

They have topic wise topics and the rated challenges it proves are really helpful. Also, I think it is the most valuable site where most of the companies post recruitment. So, this website helps us finding hackathon, recruitment challenges etc.

We host college coding competition and as a problem setter and admin, I love HackerEarth's functionality the most. They have all the options that we want, from Question wise report, Plagiarism report, Invitation Option to participants and all.

Really hackerearth is the best platform for hosting any coding competition.

What do you dislike?

The only thing I dislike in HackerEarth is, they question levels are not that much high in rated challenges. They should improve this and they need to take care of answer leak.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

I solve topic wise questions there. When I started programming, I opted HackerEarth because it has question variety and it helps a lot to improve any new coder.

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