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Associate Account Manager Interview

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I applied through a recruiter and interviewed at Adobe.

Interview Details – Short phone interview - goign through your CV with questions such as why would you like to work in this field.

face to face first round interview - small test in excel, do not worry about knowing how to work in excel, just the very basic stuff is required. the test is about getting your way with cost per click and those kind of things...very easy. in the first round you are gonna be interview by a manager and be asked questions about a time when you worked in a team, a time when you had a conflict, why adobe....

2nd round interview is practically the same as the first one, besides the test in excel is even easier, its about connecting words with ads...but this time you are probably gonna be interviewed by a director and 2 other managers that you are probably gonna work with if you get the job.

Interview Question – Tell us a time when you were in a conflictual situation with your superior, how did you manage to sole the issue?   Answer Question


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Associate Account Manager Interview

Associate Account Manager

Interviewed at Adobe

Interview Details – Phone interview, then another phone interview, then in person 4 interviews back to back. The phone interviews were easy, just basic questions. The in person were ok, some hard questions.

Interview Question – Puzzles. Like how many one foot by one foot boxes would fit in this room?   View Answer

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