To determine which programmers had the greatest scores, Hacker Rank evaluated the average score across all domains for each country. The outcomes for each domain were standardized. This was done by taking the mean out of each score, dividing the result by the standard deviation (also known as a z-score), and then averaging the results. The z-scores were converted to a scale of 1–100 to make things simpler. Only information from the top 50 developing nations according to HackerRank was taken into consideration.