Asked one probability question, one Programming on finding the number if zeros in an array, and one Linear Algebra about finding a vector that has the same angle with some vectors.
The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Jump Trading. Emailed you saying that they wanted to interview. If you accept their interview request, they proceeds to make you do a 3 hour long online coding challenge in the busiest time of the semester.
Seriously, this practice needs to stop. It's disrespectful at best. I got an interview offer for Jump Labs, and did a codility coding challenge online. They said there is a phone interview and onsite interview after the coding challenge but did not get an offer. The community relies on everyone sharing — Add Anonymous Interview Review.
I applied through college or university. The process took a week. Contacted me a year ago, got dinner and coffee with the recruiters.
When fall came around did an interview on campus. An on campus interview followed by an onsite interview. There was a stat interview, programming, math interview, lunch, and you meet one of the founders, who was not very friendly. Apply through campus career service website. Got interview 1 weeks later. Talk briefly about the resume and research experience. Then coding question about implementing a simple algorithm.
I applied through a recruiter. I answered every question successfully and got along with everyone. However, throughout the whole process, I got the distinct impression they were just farming me for trading strategies from my existing company.
There were multiple sessions where the interviewer did nothing but prod for confidential information. At the end they rejected with no explanation. Because they wasted my time, I'm posting all the questions they asked here. If you're in the industry, I strongly recommend avoiding this interview.
The process took 3 weeks. I had an on-campus interview. My solution to the question was not the best. I realized this at the end of the interview. However, they still gave me an onsite interview. There were 3 interviews. The questions were relatively the same as the questions asked to my friends who interviewed during the previous years. Coding questions involved tricky linked list concepts. Other questions were mainly to see how familiar I was with a coding language. This part of the interview seemed nonsensical because you learn most of these skills on the job.
My school doesn't delve into the nitty gritty details about a specific programming language. I was also given a tour of the office and was dismayed by the lack of women present.
Honestly, this place did not seem like a friendly or open environment for diverse individuals who have a passion to learn. It just seemed as if I was being tested on whether I knew something by heart or not.
Finally, it seemed ridiculous that they were interviewing almost 10x more people than the spots they had for the internship. Interview process was informal did not need to wear a suit and seemed to be mostly behaviorally based. The questions were not designed to be tricky. The company seemed to be genuinely interested in getting to know the interviewees, and seemed to have a start-up feel. Would you like us to review something? Your response will be removed from the review — this cannot be undone.
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Interview Asked one probability question, one Programming on finding the number if zeros in an array, and one Linear Algebra about finding a vector that has the same angle with some vectors.
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