Our admissions process is three steps: submitting an application, meeting with our team and completing an admissions exercise. Today, we're going over the exercise and how you can set yourself up for success.
Why Does DigitalCrafts Require an Admissions Exercise?
Joining a bootcamp is a huge undertaking, and students enter at various levels of experience. The admissions exercise helps us make sure that all incoming students possess a baseline level of proficiency.
What’s on the Admissions Exercise?
Our admissions exercise is untimed, open book, and consists of 15 logic questions. While the questions are focused on logic and aren't necessarily representative of what you'll learn in class, they are a test of your resourcefulness and learning capability. Because our courses move at a fast pace, the ability to absorb new information and apply it is paramount to your success in class.
You are welcome to use any outside resources that you want while taking it—even Google (a technologist's best friend!).
Can Beginners Pass the Admissions Exercise?
Absolutely! Around half of our applicants have little to no experience when they apply.
Many beginners worry that, even after passing the admissions exercise, they will be less prepared for class than other students. Once you’re admitted into our program and complete your enrollment, you’ll receive prep work containing 40+ hours of material that will prepare you for the first day of class. Completing this prep work will help you start class with a baseline knowledge of the fundamentals, so that we can spend more time teaching complex technical topics and less time reviewing the basics.
How Do I Enroll?
Your first step in the admissions process is to apply online. After your initial application is received, your designated enrollment coordinator will send you the admissions exercise and help you arrange an admissions meeting with our team. We hope to see you in class soon!
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