Entry Test

Minutes
Seconds
The time is over 🙁

Please be mindful of the time while answering the questions

On this page you can quickly skim trough the questions. Then click next, and start completing the test.


1. Task

There are three gods in the oracle: Truth, Lies and Wisdom. Truth always tells the truth, Lies always lies, Wisdom sometimes tells the truth, sometimes lies. One day a philosopher visits them. The gods are sitting next to each other and the philosopher wants to know in what order. So he asks them the following questions:
He asks the one on the left: "Who is sitting next to you?". The answer was, "Truth."
He asks the one in the middle: "Who are you?". The answer was, "Wisdom."
He asks the one on the right: "Who is sitting next to you?". The answer was, "Lies."
In what order are the gods sitting?


2. Task

I have a large picture, 1600 pixels wide by 1200 pixels high. To avoid loading an unnecessarily large image on my website, I would like to reduce it to 720 pixels wide. What should be the height of the image?

3. Task

Approximately what is the total cost now for a trip from Budapest to Innsbruck and back by car, if it is a petrol car and consumes 8 liters? You only fill up in Hungary and you take the shortest route. (You can search for information about this using the internet)

4. Task

We are going to bake a cake. We have 1 kg sugar, 12 eggs and 146 dkg flour at home. To make a portion of the cake we need 10 dkg sugar, 2 eggs and 20 dkg flour. How many whole portions of cake can we make?

5. Task

There is a fast train from London to Bristol and a passenger train from Bristol to London. When they meet, which one is further away from Bristol?

6. Task



Guide the robot to the destination by picking up the blue diamonds. Tell it which color route to take. To reach the finish line, you have to move exactly 4 times. Use the blue route once, the red route once and the green route twice. Write the colors in the correct order under the picture!

7. Task


We have a robot turtle that is standing on a white piece of paper. The robot turtle can draw a line with its nose. When it starts out, the nose of the robot turtle is facing north (upwards). Our task is to orient the robotic turtle so that it makes this shape and then at the end it faces north (upwards). (The length is shown next to the sides and the angle is shown next to the vertices.) Instructions to use:
- FORWARD(x) - the turtle moves forward x positions, where x can be any number.
- RIGHT(y) - the turtle turns right y degrees, where y can be any number.
- LEFT(z) - the turtle turns left z degrees, where z can be any number.

Select from the following instructions that you need and write them in order: FORWARD(120), RIGHT(90), RIGHT(22,62), LEFT(22,62), FORWARD(50), RIGHT(112.62), LEFT(67,38), RIGHT(67,38), FORWARD(130), LEFT(112,62), LEFT(157,38), RIGHT(157,38)


8. Task

Open and read this text and mark the true statements with a tick: article to read

⬜️ 1. Variables in programming are static and unchangeable entities once assigned a value.
⬜️ 2. Primitive data types include arrays, structures, and pointers, allowing for more complex data organization compared to integers or characters.
⬜️ 3. The scope of a variable determines where it can be accessed within a program, and it can either be global or local.
⬜️ 4. The lifetime of a variable is the same for all variables in a program
⬜️ 5. In primitive data types, the actual value is stored directly in the variable, while in composite data types, variables store references or addresses pointing to the data.
⬜️ 6. The Python example provided in the article demonstrates the use of variables with different data types, showcasing their adaptability and versatility in programming.

We have a robot turtle that is standing on a white piece of paper. The robot turtle can draw a line with its nose. When it starts out, the nose of the robot turtle is facing north (upwards). Our task is to orient the robotic turtle so that it makes this shape and then at the end it faces north (upwards). (The length is shown next to the sides and the angle is shown next to the vertices.) Instructions to use:
- FORWARD(x) - the turtle moves forward x positions, where x can be any number.
- RIGHT(y) - the turtle turns right y degrees, where y can be any number.
- LEFT(z) - the turtle turns left z degrees, where z can be any number.

Select from the following instructions that you need and write them in order: FORWARD(120), RIGHT(90), RIGHT(22,62), LEFT(22,62), FORWARD(50), RIGHT(112.62), LEFT(67,38), RIGHT(67,38), FORWARD(130), LEFT(112,62), LEFT(157,38), RIGHT(157,38)

Vue.js course after learning JavaScript and TypeScript

75 lessons
card payment850 Euro
course startNext start: 15.01.2024