Step 1: Non-Technical Skills Assessment
The CCAT is a proven, scientifically validated aptitude test that measures an individual’s ability to solve problems, digest and apply information, learn new skills, and think critically.
- The Criteria Cognitive Aptitude Test (CCAT) (15 minutes)
- A quick typing test (1 minute)
Learn more about the CCAT
Step 2: Submit Application
Start by filling out your application, which takes around 10-20 minutes to complete. You’ll be asked questions about your background, coding experience, and professional goals.
Please note that our cohorts fill up quickly. Indicating a particular cohort start date on your application does not guarantee a seat in that cohort. Rather, your acceptance into the program means you can enroll in any cohort with available seats as long as that cohort begins within one year of your acceptance.
Step 3: Complete Basic Prep (Recommended)
Before you take the Technical Admission Assessment (TAA), we recommend that you complete our free self-paced Basic Prep course.
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Step 4: Technical Admissions Assessment
You’ll then complete your technical assessment, including:
Coding challenge: Unlimited Attempts
Determine how prepared you are for the Technical Admissions Assessment (TAA) and bootcamp with our coding challenge. If the coding challenge takes you a long time, or you struggle with portions, that can be a sign you may need to study a bit more before applying.
Technical Admissions Assessment (TAA): Take up to 3 times
To better understand the TAA, including what it covers, how to schedule it, and more, read through our FAQs.
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