Well if its for a job you aren't going to learn enough about it from us to qualify for the position, if they want experience in it then you need to have done it. I don't know what QR is in this context but its probably a mix of what Rich and I have mentioned.
Nothing learns better than experience.
"So as I struggle with this issue I am confronted with the reality that noting is perfect."
It looks like a term or product name utilized by ReadyGo for training students using a web interface. It seems that it can also be the action of testing software from the server as opposed to the client side testing we usually do.
See what you can extract from this site:
Server side testing mainly indicates to test all responses that sending to the client from server. Foe example i am giving on valid user id and invalid password at my client side and i am sending the input to the server (Assume Gmail server) so there the system checks the authetication and send error message to the client.
Simillarly there are many main functionalities you can perform where client is contacting Server to get reports and to post, to store, to delete.
Ofcource it is looking like the Backend testing .. but there lot difference. Where i am giving lot of responses from many clients and getting the results..here you are checking the Server efficiency .. performance.
You can check with some special cases like where you are taking print from server, Getting SMS from server (Banking apps).
So if you are executing the scenario where the client is communication with server to get the output.. that is your SERVER side Testing.