Master Your Technical Interview - TOP Questions & Answers
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A Guide to Common Job Interview Questions in Probability, Mathematics, Brain Teasers and Logic.
Have you got a Technical Job Interview coming up?
Don't know where to start? Or maybe you just need a quick refresher to give yourself the best possible chance of securing that dream job?
If you want to land a Data Science or Quantitative Analyst job you've come to the right place.
By the end of this course you will be well equipped to answer some of the most common and challenging interview questions in Probability, Mathematics, Brain Teasers, and Logic. For example:
How many ping pong balls can you fit in a jumbo jet?
How many trailing zeros are there at the end of 1000 factorial?
What is the expected number of tosses required to get three heads in a row?
and much more...
During the course we'll do a deep dive into 24 Technical Interview Questions covering a step-by-step and repeatable approach for each problem.
I designed this course as there are very few, if any, online video resources available to help people prepare for a Technical Job Interview. Whilst books are great, they don't accurately emulate the real interview experience.
The aim is to present the course as if you and I are sitting in the interview together walking through the question, giving you the opportunity to pause and complete the question yourself when you have enough hints!
So what are you waiting for? Sign up now and make a wise investment in your career today!
What are the requirements?
You will already be familiar with ideas and techniques in Probability and Mathematics
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 27 lectures and 1.5 hours of content!
Tackle common interview questions in Probability, Mathematics, Brain Teasers and Logic
Develop techniques to solve unfamiliar interview questions
What is the target audience?
This course is especially designed for people preparing for a Technical Job Interview
You should have at least an intermediate background in Mathematics
This course does not cover technical interview questions specific to programming or finance
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 How To Take This Course 02:19
Lecture 2 Questions We'll Cover 2 pages
Section 2: Probability
Lecture 3 Three Rolls of the Die 03:41
Lecture 4 Three Heads in a Row 03:30
Quiz 1 Five Heads in a Row 1 question
Lecture 5 Double Headed Coin 03:39
Quiz 2 Another Bayes' Theorem Example 1 question
Lecture 6 Last Seat on the Aeroplane 03:47
Quiz 3 Two Pranksters on the Plane 1 question
Lecture 7 100 Loose Strings 06:27
Lecture 8 Three Random Points on a Circle 03:34
Quiz 4 Three points on the same Hemisphere 1 question
Section 3: Mathematics
Lecture 9 Pi vs Exponential 05:03
Lecture 10 Smallest Positive Integer 03:55
Quiz 5 Another Smallest Positive Integer 1 question
Lecture 11 Prime Squared minus One 02:35
Lecture 12 One Thousand Factorial 03:59
Quiz 6 One Hundred Factorial 1 question
Lecture 13 Ones in One to One Million 02:37
Quiz 7 Ones in One to One Thousand 1 question
Lecture 14 Sum of 1 divided by n(n+1) 03:06
Section 4: Brain Teasers
Lecture 15 The Time is 3:15pm 01:48
Quiz 8 First time after 3pm 1 question
Lecture 16 Rabbit and the Staircase 02:46
Lecture 17 Two Ropes for 45mins 01:49
Lecture 18 Ant in the Cube 02:08
Lecture 19 The Doubling Lily Pad 01:27
Quiz 9 The Lily Pad Again 1 question
Lecture 20 The 100 Light Bulbs 04:23
Quiz 10 The 50 Light Bulbs 1 question
Section 5: Logical Reasoning
Lecture 21 First Person to Reach 50 03:08
Lecture 22 Blindfolded with 100 Coins 03:36
Lecture 23 Ping Pong Balls in a Jumbo Jet 04:02
Lecture 24 Boat in a Swimming Pool 02:05
Lecture 25 Find the Missing Number 02:14
Lecture 26 Three Men with Three Hats 02:30
Section 6: Wrap Up
Lecture 27 Additional Resources Text