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# Connectivity Consultant Interview Questions

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### Connectivity Consultant at Convergex Group was asked...

May 23, 2012
 If the lights were turned off and you had to reach into a drawer that had 10 white socks and 10 black socks how many would you have to pull out to guarantee that you had a matching pair?3 AnswersthreeI think the correct answer is 11. Pulling out three could mean three black or three white. Pulling out 11 means, for sure, you get 10 of all the black OR white ones (since there are only 10 of either one) and 1 of the opposite ... making a pair.@Steve. A matching pair means two of the same color. When does one black and one white sock make a matching pair? If you came to work like that, I would fire you.

### Connectivity Consultant at Eze Software was asked...

May 26, 2010
 How do you get 4 gallons of liquid with only 5 and 3 gallon drums2 AnswersFill 5 gallons up, scoop out 3 gallons. You have 2 gallons remaining. Repeat. Combine the 2 gallons. You have 4 gallons.Take the 3 gallon drum and fill up the 5 gallon drum. This will put 3 gallons in the 5 gallon and repeat the step so the 5 gallon drum is full. This will leave 1 gallon left in the 3 gallon drum. You pour out the 5 gallon drum and take the 1 gallon left in the 3 gallon drum and pour it into the 5 gallon. Then fill up the 3 gallon drum and pour it into the 5 gallon drum.

### Connectivity Consultant at Eze Software was asked...

Mar 1, 2011
 Estimate the amount of money the US spends on gasoline.1 AnswerMost questions like this one exist so the hiring manager can see how you think/solve problems. I started out by estimating the population of the US which I had luckily remember from somewhere. I then extrapolated the numbers of cars and the amount of miles driven. I multiplied the miles by an estimate of the average miles per gallon and the approximate price of gas (~\$3). I got lost in the calculations because I was not writing down my numbers. I definitely recommend writing down your estimates and multiplying them out on paper as you go. She told me what my answer came to (about \$1 trillion). After she left I multiplied it all out and it came to \$1.125 trillion which was nearly exactly right (after a google search). The answer isn't what really matters here (as long as it isn't ridiculous)....It's the process.

### Connectivity Consultant at Eze Software was asked...

Mar 1, 2011
 Interviewer described a stressful situation in which a big client had a connectivity problem. I was required to describe how I would solve the problem and manage the relationship.1 AnswerThis was the most challenging part but the interviewer was really nice and made into a fun challenge. I think this was an attempt to stress you out and see how you react.

Jan 18, 2011

### Leadership Development Program/QA Analyst & Connectivity Consultant at Eze Software was asked...

Jul 6, 2013
 Please tell us exactly what it is that our software helps people to accomplish and why you feel that we provide a valuable service to our clients.1 AnswerMy lack of technical knowledge in the software/financial worlds was pretty inhibiting for this question. If you don't have workable background knowledge in these areas, I suggest you study up.

### Connectivity Consultant at Eze Software was asked...

Jan 18, 2011
 Logic question described in above paragraph1 AnswerThe key to this question is that all the bins are mislabeled. so take a fruit out of the one labeled mixed cause it can't be mixed and whatever fruit is in there is the correct label. If it's an apple then you know that one is for sure apples then the two remaining bins are labeled apple and oranges and since oranges can't be oranges it has to be mixed and apple bin is in fact oranges.

Jul 13, 2011