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No Offer – Interviewed in Palo Alto, CA – Reviewed Apr 24, 2013
Interview Details – I had an initial phone interview with a recruiter, followed by an office visit (two interviews), followed by the challenge others have referred to (emailed to you and then returned within 24 hours), followed by a final round interview in the office.
Interview Question – They will quiz you on your passion for technology, your interest in the company, your quantitative skills, and why your experiences are relevant to the position. They will also ask some brain teaser questions. Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Feb 2013 – Reviewed Apr 12, 2013
Interview Details – A phone interview with HR, an online coding test and an interview on campus. The coding test includes 4 general background questions and 2 programming problems in Java.
Interview Question –
Given an array of integers, find out three numbers that sums to 0.
Why search time for hashing is O(1)? Answer Question
No Offer – Reviewed Apr 8, 2013
Interview Details – I saw the post for another intern position in a Linkedin group, and sent an email with resume. The reply was quick and friendly, which suggested me to apply for this position. After a couple of emails and a brief phone conversation with a friendly HR, I was asked to take an online coding test. The test is specifically in Java, and the problem ranges from easy to moderate. I didn't do very well in the test, so about two weeks later, a reject is received.
Interview Question – No very difficult or unexpected question. Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in San Jose, CA – Reviewed Mar 19, 2013
Interview Details – Online code test; it was supposed to take about an hour (at least that's what they said), but it would be impossible to write all that code in one hour, especially since you also have to think of a solution for each problem. The problems weren't that difficult, but it was obvious that they didn't want to hire, they just wanted to mock somebody.
No Offer – Reviewed Feb 7, 2013
Interview Details – online code test
Interview Question – sum of k smallest number View Answers (2)
No Offer – Interviewed in Palo Alto, CA Feb 2012 – Reviewed Jan 12, 2013
Interview Details – Good hiring process, straight forward and quick
Interview Question – Wanted to know how you make decisions View Answer
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Palo Alto, CA – Reviewed Nov 26, 2012
Interview Details – Very speedy HR contact after submitting a resume, convenient interview alternatives. I had 4 interviews from what would be my peers, and then an interview with a VP and then the president of the company. Everyone was obviously very smart and generally personable.
Interview Question – I was asked a number of brain teaser questions, some logic and sorting puzzles, and your typical consulting type scoping question. Most interviews were pretty relaxed except for the last one with the president, which was fairly intense. Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Austin, TX Sep 2012 – Reviewed Oct 29, 2012
Interview Details – One on campus interview, fair algorithm question. Second interview was over the phone and the interviewer cared more about petty syntax on my problem rather than my approach. The question was fair but as i worked it out he kept recommending different ways to do it and it ended up on him shaping up my answer.
Interview Question – Most efficient way to sort 1000 arrays of 1000 items into one huge array. View Answer
No Offer – Interviewed in Palo Alto, CA – Reviewed Oct 19, 2012
Interview Details – In person with two members of team. I applied for a position as an analyst, which I thought was a good fit to my temperment, but discovered upon arrival that the more senior interviewer had other plans. The view was that I could help them out in a public role, which, sadly, had been the aspect of my current job that I least enjoyed. Unfortunately, my lack of enthusiasm for a higher level position that I did not seek seemed to have disqualified me for the job that I did seek. A bit surreal.
Interview Question – Not so much a question, but being informed that I was interviewing for an unadvertised position that I didn't seek. Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Palo Alto, CA – Reviewed Oct 16, 2012
Interview Details – I had a phone interview with an HR recruiter, an in-person interview with two Client Services team members, a 24-hour take-home exam, and another in-person interview with two more Client Services team members and a high-level executive. The HR recruiter was extremely pleasant and engaging and the Client Services team members appeared to be smart, well-spoken and friendly. Overall, I had a great experience!
Interview Question – N/A Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Everything went a little slowly but I think it's because Medallians have a Cali-attitude.
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