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Aug 1, 2012
 Sell me an invisible Pen2 AnswersSearch online and you would find it. It is a pen that your mate borrowed it and you can't get it back. So anyone can see it but you won't be able to get it.The level of interview test question does not fit for the level of work they actually make you do... The job is full of crap.

### Call Center Agent at Mohela was asked...

Sep 29, 2012
 What was something you did not like about your last job?2 AnswersI liked everything about my last job.driving others around every day, not getting compensated sufficiently for gas.

Mar 22, 2012
 A few years ago, Sprint decided that they will make phone calls from cellphone-cellphone free! There is a legend that a guy who was 20 years old by that time decided to call every single cellphone in the united states, and when he was 80 years old he finished doing all that calls. Is that possible? prove it!2 AnswersStart with Assumptions: 320 million US citizens, avg life 80 years, he is calling people living at this time (in 20 years he isnt calling the new 20 year olds), the us population is equally distribed, same number of people are in the age range 0-10 as 70-80. Break it down to age groups to assume total size of cell phone market in the US Each age group has 40 million people. 0-10 0% have cell phones 10 - 20 25% 20 - 30 50% 30 - 40 50% 40 - 50 50% 50 - 60 25% 60 - 70 25% 70 - 80 10% that gives you a total of 104 million cell phones. now assume that he uses 30 seconds per call, he can call 2 people per minute, he needs 104 million / 2 = 52 million minutes to do this. Now assume that 60 years, he makes calls 360 days a year, 10 hours a day. thats 60 years* 360 days / year * 10 hours / day* 60 minutes / hour = 12,960,000 minutes. No this is not feasible. It all depends on the numbers you use, these are conservative but they want to know how you think and work through the problem.Nice approach but there is no need to split the population into age groups. You could just roughly estimate the number of cell fones. The number of calls that a person could make in a worst case scenario would be around 16M. This way below the #people having cell fones by any reasonable estimate.

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Jul 2, 2014
 Interviewer asked me a questions that related to certain database and program that was not specific to my position and was hounding me as to why i didn't know how to use it and belittled me.1 Answeri told them i didn't know and that this question was not relevant.

Aug 14, 2013
 What is an acceptable amount of absences per month?1 AnswerNone, unless it's an unexpected emergency/illness.

### Graphic Designer at American Automobile Association (AAA) was asked...

Feb 19, 2013
 How do I feel about reporting to a woman.2 AnswersIrrelevant as to whom I would report to.Regardless of gender I will report to anyone with the knowledge of the position

### Director at Prudential Financial Group was asked...

Mar 2, 2015
 I was asked for my perspective on the regulatory environment.1 AnswerI replied that I supported Wall Street reforms but had concerns that the US might be leading globally in that space thereby making it harder for US firms to meet regulatory requirements vs. their international peers.

### Financial Representative at Springleaf Finance was asked...

Mar 31, 2014
 All questions were pretty straight forward. The only one that through me for a loop was "Do you like or dislike being micromanaged"2 AnswersI felt like if I was honest and picked wrong, I would miss the shot at the jobMost do not enjoy being micromanaged, but I know that supervisers only do so in order to ensure that everything runs as smoothly as possible

### Bankruptcy Specialist at Nationstar Mortgage was asked...

Jun 8, 2013
 Why do you want to leave your current employer?1 AnswerI am looking for more opportunities to advance in my career

### Senior Mortgage Banker at loanDepot was asked...

Feb 18, 2014
 Why I was unhappy where I currently was at?1 AnswerUnable to make the money anymore where I am at. I was told by an employee/friend of mine the kind of money he was making and I wanted to see for myself what it was like here.
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