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Alarm.com Management Development Program Interview Questions

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Management Development Program Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate
No Offer
Positive Experience
Difficult Interview

Application

I applied in-person. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Alarm.com in October 2018.

Interview

I met them at a career fair held at my school. I had 2 phone interviews and was then invited on site for more interviews. The first phone interview was mostly behavioral. The second was more in-depth. When I was on-site, I received a tour of their office and had 3 other interviews. One was a case study. I also had to complete a written and analytical assessment. The written assessment had 5 questions and the analytical had around 10.

Interview Questions

  • Written Assessment: Explain how you would sell a new phone to a friend or family member.   Answer Question
  • Written assessment: Your grandma usually watches YouTube on her tv but she called and said it’s not working. Write out the steps to help her troubleshoot the problem.   Answer Question
  • Written Assessment: Explain what happens after you hit purchase when ordering something online.   Answer Question
  • What app do you use most often and why?
    Follow up - how would you fix it to make it better?   Answer Question
  • Analytical Assessment: How many people are there in the world? In the US? In Europe? In Egypt?   Answer Question
  • Analytical: Tommy has 5 pairs of pants, 3 pairs of shoes and 2 shirts, how many outfits can he create without repeating?   1 Answer
  • They have me a list of tasks, each with a time period and task requirements before the next task could be started, and I had to decide the minimum time it would take to make the product   Answer Question

Other Interview Reviews for Alarm.com

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    Management Development Program Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Alarm.com.

    Interview

    I applied online through the company, there was first an HR screening that lasted 30 min, the next interview was a 2:1 phone interview that lasted an hour where they dissected your resume and then asked technical question at the end asking how does the backend of our lock work when unlocked on a mobile application and how would you explain a database to a grandparent. The next step was an on site interview where you had to give a 10 min presentation on yourself, a 2:1 interview on resume followed by a brainteaser, then an 1hr long assessment (30 min analytical, 30 min written). Was a long day of assessments

    Interview Questions

    • explain API and Database to a 5 year old   Answer Question
    • how does the backend of our lock work when unlocked on a mobile application   Answer Question
    • Population sizes of Egypt, Europe, world, and USA   Answer Question
    • Sales pitch to convince someone of opposite phone to change to yours   Answer Question
    • instructions to troubleshoot youtube on your tv for your grandparent   Answer Question
    • when you click buy on amazon what happens technically   Answer Question
    • If bob weighs less than 7 clones, how would you find him on a balancing scale with only weighing 2 times   Answer Question

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    Management Development Program Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Washington, DC
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Alarm.com (Washington, DC) in October 2017.

    Interview

    A behavioral phone interview, followed by a 45 minute phone interview. The first interview was very easy and relaxed, as they just asked me a little about myself and why I was interested in alarm.com. The second phone interview was much more involved. There were questions about my resume, why I thought the role would be a good fit for me, as well as a brain teaser question. It was a good experience even though I didn't get asked to the Super Day.

    Interview Questions

    • Tell me about a time you had to hit the ground running and learn on the job.   Answer Question
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