# Investment Banking & Asset Management interview questions

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### Assistant Trader at Jane Street

Apr 7, 2011
 “what is the expected number of flips of a coin to simulate a 6 sided die.”

### High Frequency Developer at Tower Research Capital LLC

Nov 29, 2011
 “I got a few C++ questions, then a question on sorting algorithms then a brainteaser. The brainteaser went as follows: Three people are given hats. Each hat is either red or blue, chosen at random...”

### Trader Intern at Jane Street

Jan 12, 2011
 “Russian Roulette - 4 blanks 2 bullets, all in a row. If someone shoots a blank next to you, would you take another shot or spin”
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### Assistant Trader at Jane Street

Oct 4, 2010
 “You have a box filled with cash. Cash value is uniformly randomly distributed from 1 to 1000. You are trying to win the box in an auction: you win the box if you bid at least the value of the cash in...”

### Assistant Trader at Jane Street

Apr 7, 2011
 “Simulate a 6 sided die with a coin.”

### Quantitative Trader at Jane Street

Jan 2, 2010
 “N points lie on a circle. You draw lines connecting all the points to each other. These lines divide up the circle into a number of regions. How many regions is this? Assume that the points are...”

### Prop Trading Summer Intern at Jane Street

Mar 11, 2011
 “You are playing a game where the player gets to draw the number 1-100 out of hat, replace and redraw as many times as they want, with their final number being how many dollars they win from the game...”

### Big Data Engineer, New Hampshire at Fidelity Investments

Mar 18, 2013
 “Design patterns questions”

### Sales Strat Intern at Goldman Sachs

Mar 17, 2013
 “Suppose we hire you, and you and the rest of the new interns decide to go buy a cup of coffee. Each intern purchases one cup of coffee. One of the interns suggests everyone play a game. Everyone...”

### Associate at Capco

Apr 25, 2010
 “Let's say you have 10 bags of nails, and each nail weights 10g. You also have a scale upon which you can weigh a combination of the bags or nails from the bags once. You know that one of the bags is...”
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