Pernah Bermimpi Ingin Kerja Di Facebook? Ini Soalan Yang Akan Ditujukan Untuk Anda.. Ada Berani?

November 5th, 2015 | by Ash Nordin
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Facebook merupakan medium media sosial paling popular selain daripada Instagram dan Twitter. Kalau dulu kita pernah guna Friendster dan Myspace, sekarang nak berkawan dengan orang, dapat informasi apa yang terjadi di seluruh dunia dan tengok video trending, Facebook lah tempatnya.

Tapi korang penah terfikir tak satu hari nanti nak kerja dengan Facebook? Pejabat Facebook terletak di California, Amerika Syarikat. Pejabatnya sangat lah cantik dan membuatkan korang sentiasa ada ‘mood’ untuk bekerja. Gaji pun masyuk beb! Sebelum tu, korang kena buat persediaan sebelum ingin memohon kerja di sana.. Hehe

1) Data Scientist

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1. “There is a building with 100 floors. You are given 2 identical eggs. How do you use 2 eggs to find the threshold floor, where the egg will definitely break from any floor above floor N, including floor N itself.” — Data Scientist candidate

2. “How many birthday posts occur on Facebook on a given day?” — Data Scientist candidate

3. “You’re at a casino with two dice, if you roll a 5 you win, and get paid $10. What is your expected payout? If you play until you win (however long that takes) then stop, what is your expected payout?” — Data Scientist candidate

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4. “How many Big Macs does McDonald’s sell each year in the U.S.?” — Data Scientist candidate

5. “You’re about to get on a plane to Seattle. You want to know if you should bring an umbrella. You call 3 random friends of yours who live there and ask each independently if it’s raining. Each of your friends has a 2/3 chance of telling you the truth and a 1/3 chance of messing with you by lying. All 3 friends tell you that ‘Yes’ it is raining. What is the probability that it’s actually raining in Seattle?” — Data Scientist candidate

2. Product Designer

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1. “If you were going to redesign an ATM machine, how would you do it?” — Product Designer candidate

2. “How would you design a simpler TV remote control?” — Product Designer candidate

3. “Should Facebook continue to add features or rely on third party apps?” — Product Designer candidate

3. User Operations Analyst

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1. “Do you think that Facebook should be available to China?” — User Operations Analyst candidate

2. “If you were an animal what kind would you be and why?” — User Operations Analyst candidate

3. “What is the process you would go about in spotting a fake profile?” — User Operations Analyst candidate

4. Online Sales Operations

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“How much do you charge to wash every window in Seattle?” — Online Sales operations candidate

5. Technical Project Manager

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“Describe how the website works. (That’s the whole question, with no context.)” — Technical Project Manager candidate

6. Account manager

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“How much money is spent on the Internet?” — Account Manager candidate

7. Training Candidate

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“How do you deal with communicating less than favorable information?” — Training candidate

8. Software Engineer

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1. “You have two light bulbs and a 100-story building. You want to find the floor at which the bulbs will break when dropped. Find the floor using the least number of drops.” — Software Engineer candidate

2. “Pre-IPO, they asked me to write a paper on the valuation of Facebook. They also asked me what I thought the greatest technological advancement was in the past 20 years.” — Software Engineer candidate

3. “You are trying to rob houses on a street. Each house has some amount of cash. Your goal is to rob houses such that you maximize the total robbed amount. The constraint is once you rob a house you cannot rob a house adjacent to that house.” — Software Engineer candidate

4. “25 racehorses, no stopwatch. 5 tracks. Figure out the top three fastest horses in the fewest number of races.” — Software Engineering Summer Intern candidate

9. Content producer

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“How would you set up an interview in this room?” — Content Producer candidate

10. Risk analyst

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“How many vacuums are there in the U.S.A.?” — Risk Analyst candidate

11. Production Engineer

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“What options do you have, nefarious or otherwise, to stop people on a wireless network you are also on (but have no admin rights to) from hogging bandwidth by streaming videos?” — Production Engineer candidate

12. Product manager

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“How would you build Facebook for blind people?” — Product Manager candidate

13. Operations Associate User Intelligence

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“Tell me your plan of action if you saw that photo uploads suddenly dropped by 50%.” — Operations Associate User Intelligence candidate

14. Internet Marketing Analyst

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“A Russian gangster kidnaps you. He puts two bullets in consecutive order in an empty six-round revolver, spins it, points it at your head and shoots. *click* You’re still alive. He then asks you, do you want me to spin it again and fire or pull the trigger again. For each option, what is the probability that you’ll be shot?” — Internet Marketing Analyst candidate

15. Media Solutions Specialist

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“I was asked what I was least proud of on my resume.” — Media Solutions Specialist candidate

16. Product analytics

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“Given access to all the data Facebook collects, what would you do with it?” — Product Analytics candidate

17. Ads risk associate

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“If you have 100 credit card numbers (and all info) how would you make as much money possible in 24 hours using only online transactions? (Many follow up questions of how to get around certain fraud deterrents.)” — Ads Risk Associate candidate

18. User interface engineer

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“The most difficult question was the 8-hour test, which involved deriving a novel and fairly-involved algorithm, significant CSS/HTML/JS coding, and plenty of opportunities to get something subtly wrong.” — User Interface Engineer candidate


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