What is Turing's vetting process?

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Turing uses a combination of human vetting and AI systems to match qualified engineers with top customers. Your expertise, experience, performance on our coding challenges and interviews are evaluated. Turing then identifies the best jobs for each candidate based on their talent, availability, and location.

Our vetting process has been designed scientifically by our leadership team to find the best of the world's remote engineers. The vetting process at Turing consists of four steps:

  1. Upload resume
  2. Work experience assessment
  3. Tech stack tests (algorithm challenges)
  4. Coding challenge

After you clear these, you will receive an onboarding call.


Will Turing allow me to retake a test if I fail? 

Yes, we do allow remote developers to retake our test if they fail to clear it. If you retake the test within 3-months, you do not need to start over again, you will only be required to repeat the last step where you failed. Please reach out to us at [email protected] to enable you to do so.

However, if 3-months have elapsed since you took the test, you will have to go through the vetting process again.

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