Unity LinkedIn Skill Assessment Answer

Here, We see Unity LinkedIn Skill Assessment Answer. This assessment test consists of 15-20 MCQs to demonstrate your knowledge of your selected skills. MCQs come from different topics – Animation, Asset Management, C# Scripting, Gameplay, and Programming.

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Unity LinkedIn Skill Assessment Answer

Unity LinkedIn Skill Assessment Answer

Q1. What can you use to visually distinguish between Play mode and Design mode in the editor?

  •  The object inspector
  •  Handles
  •  Gizmos
  •  Play mode tint

Q2. A developer executes the C# code below, which finds any game objects tagged as “enemy” in a start event. But the developer notices that, when executed, FindGameObjectsWithTag returns NULL even though the scene contains objects tagged as “Enemy”. What is a possible cause?

GameObject[] MyEnemies = GameObject.FindGameObjectsWithTag("Enemy");Code language: JavaScript (javascript)
  •  The objects are animated
  •  The objects are on the UI layer
  •  The objects are not named “Enemy”
  •  The objects are deactivated

Q3. What does this code sample achieve? Float Answer = Random.value * 10f;

  •  It selects a random number that is less than 10
  •  It selects a random number greater than 10
  •  It selects a random number between 0 and 10
  •  It selects a random number that is multiple of 10

Q4. Unity scenes may be saved entirely in the YAML format. Why might you do this?

  •  To reduce the scene file size
  •  To externally parse a scene and its objects
  •  To optimize scene loading and unloading
  •  To improve platform compatibility

Q5. Which visual effects are removed by Orthographic cameras?

  •  Gamma color space
  •  Depth of field
  •  Foreshortening
  •  Bloom

Gamma color space and bloom are related to graphics. Depth of field is related to objects blurring when at a certain distance from the camera.

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Q6. What is Cinemachine Virtual Camera used for?

  •  To override standard scene cameras with cinematic behaviors
  •  To determine what cameras will see when arriving at specific locations
  •  To create predefined camera presets to apply to standard cameras
  •  To act as dummy cameras for fooling meshes into thinking they are being seen

Q7. What does the Microphone class save captured audio data as?

  •  An audio clip asset
  •  An MP3 file
  •  A WAV file
  •  An OGG file

The Microphone class saves captured audio as an audio clip asset, which may then be stored as an OGG file. Reference

Q8. Cinemachine offers tools for building gameplay behaviors. Which component makes spline-based paths for moving objects?

  •  Cinemachine Target Group
  •  Cinemachine Smooth Path
  •  Cinemachine Free Look
  •  Cinemachine Brain

Q9. When building assets like meshes for Unity. Which measurement unit is the most suitable to use?

  •  Cubits
  •  Feet
  •  Inches
  •  Meters

ReferenceUnity’s default units are in meters (Unreal Engine too). If you keep this in mind and model with your units aligned to meters, the lighting system will work with minimal artifacts.

Q10. The Collaborate feature of Unity Teams empowers whom to do what.

  •  Developers to contribute to the unity source code
  •  Companies to raise money for projects through crowdfunding
  •  Team members to save, share, and sync unity projects
  •  Developers to integrate version control systems, like git, into projects

Q11. The Clear Flags property of the Camera components affects which behavior?

  •  How the camera renders UI objects on top of the scene
  •  How the camera renders transparent objects by default
  •  How the camera renders its background on each frame
  •  How the camera occludes background objects

Q12. What is the OnAnimatorMove event on MonoBehaviour objects commonly used for?

  •  Detecting when an object moves
  •  Updating a navigation agent in response to keyframe data
  •  Replaying an animation when it has been completed
  •  Modifying the root motion of an animated object

Q13. Which MonoBehaviour method runs by default in Editor mode?

  •  OnBecameInvisible
  •  OnAnimatorMove
  •  Reset
  •  OnTriggerEnter
  • Explain- The Reset method is a MonoBehaviour method that runs by default in Editor mode. This method is called when the script is attached to a GameObject or reset in the Inspector. It allows you to initialize or reset the values of variables in the script, ensuring a consistent initial state when working in the Unity Editor.

Q14. For the OnTriggerEnter function to invoke successfully on a collision between two objects, at least one must have which two components?

  •  A Collider and a MeshRenderer
  •  A Collider and a MeshFilter
  •  A Rigidbody and a Collider
  •  A MeshRenderer and a MeshFilter

Q15. UI elements, such as images and buttons, may be fixed at specific screen positions to build responsive interfaces. Which Unity features help achieve this?

  •  Events and ray casts
  •  Quaternions and Euler angles
  •  Opacity and transparency
  •  Anchors and pivots

Q16. The occlusion map of a material is often a grayscale image with pixels ranging between black and white. What does this map contribute to an object’s material?

  •  White pixels reveal the detailed map and black pixels reveal none
  •  White pixels allow emission, and black pixels allow none
  •  White pixels receive shadows, and black pixels receive none
  •  White pixels receive full indirect illumination, and black pixels receive none

Q17. What can you use to organize different game objects into groups inside the Hierarchy panel?

  •  Canvas objects
  •  Event systems
  •  Empty objects
  •  Mesh renderers

Q18. The Project Windows search box can filter the display of assets with text commands. Which command displays only texture assets?

  •  T:mesh
  •  T:texture
  •  T:mesh
  •  Show textures

Q19. A bullet game object is fired from a weapon and travels quickly through the scene using a RigidBody component. It sometimes passes through solid objects even though they have colliders. What is a reasonable strategy for correcting this?

  •  Expand the collider size of all scene objects and the bullets to detect collisions with better time
  •  Increase the Fixed Time Step value from the Project Settings dialog to change the frequency of the FixedUpdate event
  •  Change the Collision Detection property of the Rigidbody to Continuous Dynamic or Continous Speculative
  •  Enable the IsKinematic property of the Rigidbody

Q20. Some material types may include normal map textures. What does a normal map achieve?

  •  It programmatically reduces the polycount of your meshes.
  •  It displaces mesh geometry with extrusion and bevels to generate higher-poly versions.
  •  It creates the appearance of surface detail on mesh-like bumps, dents, and scratches
  •  It is a level-of-detail system that progressively reduces a mesh’s polygons as a scene camera moves farther away from it

Q21. A SkinnedMeshRenderer component is attached automatically by Unity to some mesh objects when they are added to a scene. Which reason best explains why?

  •  The mesh file contains bones and rig data
  •  The game object also features an animator component
  •  The game object is a Player-Controlled character
  •  The mesh file contains a humanoid character

Q22. Which C# attribute can show a private variable in the object inspector?

  •  Range
  •  HideInInspector
  •  Serializable
  •  SerializedField


Q23. What is a technique for optimizing Unity UI elements?

  •  Group static UI elements on one canvas, and dynamic elements on a separate canvas
  •  Position all canvas objects to the world origin
  •  Group as many UI elements as possible onto only one canvas
  •  Divide the screen into multiple canvas objects, each sized to a quarter of the screen size

Reference Every time an element on a canvas is updated, the whole canvas is redrawn. If elements are never being updated, keeping them on a single canvas is ideal.

Q24. What does the C# Space attribute used below achieve?

Public string PlayerName;
Code language: CSS (css)
  •  It inserts 20 space characters as a default value into the string variable below
  •  It inserts 20 pixels of margin on all edges around the variable inside the Object Inspector
  •  It inserts 20 pixels of empty space above the variable inside the Object Inspector
  •  It inserts 20 pixels of empty space below the variable inside the Object Inspector

Reference This is a great way to customize your inspector without writing a new inspector script for it.

Q25. Every time you double-click a C# script file from the Project window, Unity prints the message below (or something very similar) to the console. What is a reasonable step in trying to solve this? Cannot start the process because a file name has not been provided

  •  Search the Project windows for all script files and then rename all of them
  •  Set Visual Studio as the code default editor via the External Tools tab of the Preferences menu
  •  Ensure you have specified a Play mode tint color from the Colors tab of the Preferences menu
  •  Select the Script file, and then select Assets > Find references in Scene from the Application menu

Q26. What are the Console windows useful for?

  •  Viewing and editing text files
  •  Downloading data packets and asset packages
  •  Typing and executing command line instructions through a shell interface
  •  Identifying errors in your script files and project

Q27. Sprite atlas assets, large textures containing many smaller sprites, can be optimized by batching together what?

  •  Sprites that are non-animated
  •  Sprites that appear together in-game
  •  Sprites using the same color palette
  •  Sprites of the same dimensions

Q28. You are making a game where you need to execute your own functions in response to critical animation events for a rigged character. Specifically, there are two events you must handle: when an animation state is entered and when it is exited in the Animator graph. Which class may be used to invoke your code when those two events happen?

  •  AnimatorClipInfo
  •  StateMachineBehaviour
  •  AnimationInfo
  •  AnimatorUtility

Reference OnStateMachineEnter() and OnStateMachineExit() are the methods of the StateMachineBehavior class that handle this. AnimatorClipInfo displays information about the current clip being played, AnimatiorUtility deals with transform hierarchy, and AnimationInfo was removed in version 5.0.

Q29. How can you change the unique bundle identifier for a mobile build?

  •  Select Assets > import Package, and then import the Cross-Platform Input Asset Package
  •  Select Windows > Asset Management > Version Control, and then enter an identifier in the Source field
  •  Select File > Build Settings. Then, from the Build dialog box, select Android or iOS, and select the Bundle Identifier from the Compression Method drop-down menu.
  •  Select Edit > Project Settings > Player from the menu, and then expand the Other Settings tab

Q30. Rigidbody components may be added to objects with colliders to make them affected by physical forces. What does the IsKinematic property achieve?

  •  It removes gravity from an object but retains all other forces
  •  It removes all physical forces from the object, except gravity
  •  It converts the object into physical forces that affect other objects
  •  It suspends physical forces on the object, allowing manual transofrmations

Q31. The primary directional light in a scene is linked by default to a procedural scene Skybox. What does the rotation of this light control?

  •  The orientation of the Skybox
  •  The night and day status of the skybox
  •  The acoustics of all audio sources
  •  The resolution of the skybox

Q32. You can combine quaternions together through which arithmetic operation?

  •  Multiplication
  •  Division
  •  Addition
  •  Subtraction

Q33. Which feature generates binary tree data to optimize camera rendering in a scene?

  •  Render textures
  •  Navigation mesh
  •  Profiler
  •  Occlusion Culling

Q34. How does the Range C# attribute control the interaction behavior of numerical variables in the Object Inspector?

  •  It restricts the variable value using a slider widget
  •  It validates the variable values through a text box widget
  •  It restricts the variable values using a color picker widget
  •  It presents valid options in a drop-down list

Q35. What does this code fragment do when attached to a rigged character?

public Animator avatar;
    public Transform lookAtObj;
    void OnAnimatorIK(int layerIndex)
Code language: PHP (php)
  •  It blends the character’s head animation with a second predefined animation
  •  It makes the character’s head facing toward the specified target
  •  It returns the character’s head back to a neutral position
  •  It makes a game object face toward the character’s head

Q36. The variable Transform.forward is a Vector3 measured in what?

  •  Local space
  •  Innerspace
  •  Normal space
  •  World Space

Q37. De-lighting is associated with which technology?

  •  Virtual reality
  •  Augmented reality
  •  Motion capture
  •  Photogrammetry

When you use photogrammetry to scan in models from the real world and bring those models into Unity (or any renderer), you will notice that the lighting information is baked into the texture. You can remove the baked-in lighting information with various tools online, but even Unity Themeless wrote a custom tool for just this; check it out!

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Q38. Humanoid character assets, like NPCs and the player character, feature on the Avatar object. Which statement best describes its purpose?

  •  Avatars define parameter sets for facial muscle blend shapes
  •  Avatar facilitates animation retargeting across different humanoid characters
  •  Avatar defines IK data for animated characters
  •  Avatars describe how textures map on deforming objects during animation

Q39. You can perfectly align two mesh objects together at the vertices by using vertex snapping. How do you best access this tool?

Unity LinkedIn Skill Assessment Answer Q39
  •  Select a mesh object and press the W key over the destination vertex
  •  While holding down the C key, click and drag from the source to the destination mesh
  •  Select Edit > Enable Vertex Snap from the menu, and then select your object
  •  While holding down the V key, click and drag your object from a corner vertex to its destination


Q40. Which statement best describes the function Quaternion.Euler?

  •  It prints a Quaternion to a string that shows its X, Y, and Z rotation in degrees
  •  It converts a 3D orientation from Radians to a Quaternion
  •  It converts a 3D orientation that is measured in degrees into a Quaternion
  •  It converts a Quaternion into a Vector3 in which X, Y, and Z are measured in degrees

Simplifying the math: Unity uses Quaternions internally to avoid Gimbal lock. The Euler XYZ (Pitch, Yaw, and Roll) axis can lock up when two axis are aligned. Quaternion. Euler converts the Euler number provided to the internally used Quarternion, to prevent this problem. Reference

Q41. What does the Destroy function do?

  •  It deactivates the specified game object immediately
  •  It deletes the specified game object after the current update loop
  •  It deletes the specified game object when the application terminates
  •  It deletes the specified game object immediately

ReferenceThe object obj is destroyed immediately after the current Update loop, or t seconds from now if a time is specified.

Q42. You can programmatically control audio effects, like Pitch and Reverb, from C# scripts using which feature of an Audio Mixer asset?

  •  audio attenuation
  •  exposed parameters
  •  ParamEQ
  •  Audio Mixer groups

Official Unity Tutorial:Audio attenuation is about energy loss, commonly refered to as "gain". ParamEQ allows you to change the frequency of the audio - "pitch", with no C# support. Audio Mixer groups do allow you to control audio effects, but not through C#.

Q43. Multiple animations may be mixed on a single character, selectively on different limbs. Which Mecanim feature supports this?

  •  Mip Maps
  •  avatar masks
  •  StateMachineBehaviour scripts
  •  animation events

ReferenceMip Maps are a technique that improves image quality and reduces rendering speed, at the cost of storage space, by including smaller copies of the image in the same file. Animation events allow you to call functions at points in the timeline.

Q44. What does the PlayableDirector component allow you to do?

  •  run multiple functions on different game objects in parallel
  •  switch between different scene cameras on demand
  •  control the playback of a timeline instance in the scene
  •  record a gameplay session in a video file

ReferenceThe PlayableDirector component stores the link between a Timeline instance and a Timeline Asset.

Q45. What does the Grid component do?

  •  generate a grid sprite at the world origin
  •  helps you move objects to fixed grid increments
  •  reders and isometric grid in the scene during gameplay
  •  generates a grid mesh at the world origin

Q46. Timeline sequences can initiate code during an animation using which feature?

  •  EventSystem
  •  markers
  •  signals
  •  packets

EventSystem is not a timeline feature, neither are packets. Timeline signals are a subfeature of the markers, markers can directly initiate code, while a signal can only send the signal to a reciver.

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Q47. Which code sample uses C# properties for creating the health functionality?

  •  A
publicclassHealth : MonoBehavior
    privatefloat HealthPoints = 100f;

    public float GetHealth()
        return HealthPoints;

    public void SetHealth(float Change)
        HealthPoints += Change;

        if (HealthPoints <= 0)
Code language: PHP (php)
  •  B
publicclassHealth : MonoBehavior
    public UnityEvent OnHealthChanged;

    privatefloat HealthPoints = 100f;

    public void SetHealth(float Change)
        HealthPoints += Change;

    public void Die()
Code language: PHP (php)
  •  C
publicclassHealth : MonoBehavior
    publicfloat HealthPoints
        get { return _healthpoints; }
            _healthpoints = value;

            if(_healthpoints <= 0 )

    privatefloat _healthpoints = 100f;
}Code language: JavaScript (javascript)
  •  D
publicclassHealth : MonoBehaviour
    publicfloat HealthPoints = 100f;

    private void Update()
        if (HealthPoints <- 0)
Code language: JavaScript (javascript)

get and set are the clear indicators that a C# property is being used. Reference

Q48. Which statement is not true?

  •  Coroutines will continue running on deactivated objects
  •  All component scripts inherit from MonoBehaviour
  •  Only humanoid characters feature bones
  •  The Update function is never called automatically while an object is deactivated


Q49. When is the Reset method of MonoBehaviour invoked automatically?

  •  When a game object moves from one scene to another
  • When adding a component to an object or resetting its values in Edit mode
  •  When a scene begins or is restarted
  •  When the scene begins or restarts for a deactivated game object

ReferenceReset is called when the user hits the Reset button in the Inspector’s context menu or when adding the component the first time. This function is only called in editor mode.

Q50. Which C# attribute allows a class and its methods to run inside the editor during Edit mode?

  •  [Range(0,10)]
  •  [Live]
  •  [RunInEditor]
  •  [ExecuteAlways]

ExecuteAlways makes instances of a script always execute, both as part of Play Mode and when editing. By default, MonoBehaviours are only executed in Play Mode and only if they are on GameObjects in the main stage containing the user Scenes. By adding this attribute, any instance of the MonoBehaviour will have its callback functions executed at all times.

  1. Reference Do not fall for [RunInEditor]! It looks similar to MonoBehaviour.runInEditMode and [ExecuteInEditMode] both of which are legit but not mentioned as possible answers.
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Q51. The IsPointerOverGameObject static function of the EventSystem class is useful for creating which behaviour?

  • moving UI elements in sync with the cursor as it drags across the screen
  • changing the highlight of buttons as the cursor moves over them
  •  preventing mouse clicks on game objects behind the UI canvas <- i believe this is the correct answer but supervision would be helpful
  •  identifying which 3D object the cursor is hovering over

Q52. Which C# code fragment continuously updates an object’s yaw (Y rotation)?

  •  c# transform.localRotation *= Quaternion.Euler(0f, RotSpeed * Time.deltaTime, 0f);
  •  c# transform.Rotate(Vector3.right, RotSpeed * Time.deltaTime);
  •  c# transform.RotateAround(Vector3.up, RotSpeed * Time.deltaTime);
  •  c# transform.SetParent(null);

Q53. What can you do to improve the searchability of your project’s assets?

  •  labels
  •  tags
  •  instance IDs
  •  layers

Q54. The Y keyboard shortcut activates which in-editor tool?

  •  Hide
  •  Scale
  •  Transform
  •  Rotate

Q55. What does the Input.touchCount variable represent?

  •  The number of keyboard inputs.
  •  The number of mouse clicks.
  •  The number of touches currently present on the screen.
  •  The number of frame updates.


Q56. During gameplay, you need to serialize selected variables (data) of all enemies to send over a network for parsing to generate statistics about the current play session. Which Unity class helps convert object data to JSON text format?

  •  XMLSerializer
  •  BinaryFormatter
  •  JsonSerializer
  •  JsonUtility


Q57. Which texture format is generally avoided in Unity?

  •  PNG
  •  Uncompressed
  •  JPEG
  •  GIF


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