For tech tests longer than 1 hour, would it be okay to send an invoice (VAT exempt; personal)?
For questions read from sheet of paper e.g. what is an abstract class, I think I've only used it a couple of times in actual work previously, so would probably have to Google it. Actually, I tend to Google most things. Would it be okay to have Google open during these types of interview questions?
I'm not good at white boarding type exercises either. I can do FizzBuzz though, but I reckon that's because I memorised it some time ago (after Googling it). Happy to do these but will need internet access and no time limits.
I've worked on quite a few actual commercial real-life projects which I can talk about instead - I think it might be more relevant. Open to senior back-end roles (APIs, PHP, Laravel, CI/CD deployments and cloud infrastructure etc) - cheers.
Will there be any issues applying for such roles? I have done this work for nearly 10 years, but I am a bit confused by some of the recruitment processes because they are asking things I don't remember or it does not fit the job description or takes too long. Am I being unreasonable to raise above concerns? I have full-time work and family and difficult allocating more than 1 hour to each application's technical tests.
EDIT: To clarify, I am the one applying to roles and getting interviewed by clients. These are contracts and sometimes perm roles. But recently many roles are doing graduate scheme type assessments and I don't understand them?