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Assistant Vice President was asked...October 24, 2010

There are 9 balls one of which is lighter than the others. How would you find the lighter ball in 2 tries

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hint. group balls in groups of 6, 2, and 1 .

Roll them and see which ones rolls the furthest

#1: Place on a balance scales 2 groups of 3 balls. If they weigh the same then the lighter ball is in the remaining group of 3, otherwise it is in the lighter group on the scales. #2: With the group that contains the lighter ball, place 2 of the balls on the scales. If they weigh the same then the remaining ball is the lighter one otherwise it is the lighter ball that is on the scales. Less

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AAVAS Financiers

Are you ready to change your role ?

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State Street

Do you need sponsorship?

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I believe, your college didnt do a good enough job to restrict based on work authorization or state street didnt convey this properly to your college. Lastly, as a candidate you probably should have known before hand. Less

I believe, your college didnt do a good enough job to restrict based on work authorization or state street didnt convey this properly to your college. Lastly, as a candidate you probably should have known before hand. Less

Bank of America Merchant Services

Being from the industry do you think that the expectations we have from our sales specialist is unrealistic?

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What are their expectations for new reps ? What can you realistically expect to make first year if you have prior sales experience (yellow pages). Is there a high turnover at this company ? Do they expect you to work nights and weekends ? How are the medical benefits ? Thanks for your help ! Interviewing soon w/ them. Less

The expectations are super high. The new structure they implemented end of last year (2011) is such that is based on micro management. It's a First Data model. The turn over in the last 9 months has been on the rise (not really sure about percentage wise). If you are not at goal, yes, they do expect you to work on Saturdays. The benefits are great. Total compensation is good after at least 13 months (they pay on a residual pay scale). Good luck! Less

They want to know if you feel capable of selling up to their standard, they do not want a hear from you that you are going to three times, the goal, but they need to see how confident you are about reaching and achieving goal Less

Saudi Aramco

I would expect it would be: Are you prepared to live and work in a foreign land in the desert?

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Be honest with yourself.

I will do in sha allah


Write a cold email for the lead we find for them 😒

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I got the same task. Should I invest my time in identifying leads and give it to them in charity? Less

They give you a case study which you have to evaluate. You need to spend at least 4hrs ( if you are taking the case study seriously) Less

That's really smart way to generate leads though. I sent my assignment yesterday. I hope it's useful to them. Less


Are you willing to travel?

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Sure yes


Give an example of a time you faced criticism of your product or service, or of you, personally. What was the criticism and how did you handle it?

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I made sure they understood that I take a collaborative approach to meeting challenges head-on and ultimately solving them together. Less

Bank of America

What are your plans to transition from managing a team to being an individual contributor if offered the role?

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First and foremost, I'm always managing a team; just at a different level. I plan on collaborating with leadership, identifying clear goals for the company, and developing plans that's will assist in reaching our objectives along with growing leaders who can operate independently of me. Less

As a manager, I am responsible for a group of employees, but more importantly, I am responsible for my success which makes me a great collaborator and individual contributor simultaneously. I believe, shedding one of those responsibilities will only make it easier for me to excel in this role. Less


Why do you want to work at Businessolver?

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You don’t.

To buttress my 20 years in the healthcare industry, I'd very much enjoy being part of a company whose healthcare technology platform is robust, user-friendly, and well respected. From what I have heard, Businessolver is just that. Less

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