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Google ITRP (Internal Technology Residency Program) Interview Questions

Updated Nov 2, 2014
Updated Nov 2, 2014
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ITRP (Internal Technology Residency Program) Interview

Anonymous Employee
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeksinterviewed at Google.

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Very quick response the hiring managers and associates were very friendly.
But they gave me the wrong data to study.
The interview questions were nothing that I studied during the 2 weeks they gave me to prepare.

I was preparing myself for networking and linux/macs/unix because they were weaker than my winodws knowledge,

Anyway just a fair warning, you must know and explain what you know well. I got nervous and choked on the questions since it was my first interview for years and just graduating college.

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    ITRP (Internal Technology Residency Program) Interview

    Anonymous Employee
    Anonymous Employee
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    Applied online. Just made it to the phone interview. Was nervous and spent too much time on the 1st role-play question. Also got the simple math brain-teaser wrong.
    Recruiter was very helpful.

    Interview Questions
    • Finance director could not access gmail or other websites. Using Windows 7. Wifi shows bars but has “!” symbol.   Answer Question
    • Employee would like to know how he can stop snoopers from accessing his wifi.   Answer Question
    • There are a group of people standing in a circle all evenly spaced. How many people are there in the circle if person 6 and 18 are standing directly opposite to each other?   View Answer
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