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On a demandé à un Senior Program Manager...24 mars 2020

### Why Amazon?

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I don't leave I keep trying until I will succeed

No time

It depends on the problem

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### Paper exams are harder than interview question, really basic situational questions

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Last year one of my 1st graders was screaming at another girl calling her a liar and tried to hit her. I separated her by having her sit in the back of the class. I got down on her level, held her hands at her sides so she wouldn't hit looked her straight in the eyes and told her that what she was doing was not right. The next day in line I sensed she was going to start fighting so I called her to come and stand next to me. Moins

If a teacher faints and there is an assistant I will have the assistant watch the class while I help the teacher who fainted. I will have the teacher sit with her head down and when she says she feels not dizzy I'll help her to a chair and notify site coordinator then get her some water. If no assistant I'll appoint another student to go get site coordinator and say that the teacher fainted while I assign an independent activity to the rest of the class. After that I'll help fainted teacher to chair after she says she's not dizzy and get her some water Moins

If two kids are fighting I will separate each one and have each one tell me their side. Once I get both sides I will ask the students what they could have done differently and have them apologize Moins

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### How many snow shovels sold in the US last year?

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There are roughly 400 million people in the US About 100 million people live in areas where having a snow shovel would make sense (NY and Pennsylvania are large) A snow shovel likely only needs to be replaced every 10 years 100/10 = 10 million The average home size is ~2.5 10/2.5 = 4 million homes each home likely has about 1.5 shovels on average 4*1.5 = 6 My educated guess would be 6 million (although my intuition is this is a little high) Moins

Greater than the number of Tasers

All of them. Every single one that was purchased.

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### How many baby diapers are used per year in the UK?

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None - because they're called nappies in the UK.

I could give 2 answers to this and both are correct: 1 - Twice half the number or 2 - Don't know. 2 would be my preferred answer and I have answered 'don't know' to a lot of interview questions. If I don't know, I don't know and I am not going to spout BS. Lets get onto the next question. Moins

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### what is angle between hour hand and minute hand in clock at 4:20 ? what is biggest conflict management you have handled in your work place

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IF min's hand rotates for 360 deg, hr's hand rotates for 30 deg - so for 60 min - hr's hand rotates for 30 deg. For 1 min it rotates for 0.5 degree. Hence, for 20 min it rotates for 10 degrees. The angle between hr's hand and min's hand should be 10 deg. Moins

in every 60 minutes hour hand moves 30 degrees. so at 14:20 ( it means that 20 minutes have past since last turn) hour hand moves 20*30/60 = 10 degrees so the answer is 10 degrees... Moins

10 degrees

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### In the assessment centre asked why this job motivates me

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Described opportunities with farmfoods

When is your final interview ? I have mine tomorrow x

I’m still waiting to have mine, good luck for yours, let me know how it goes and what they ask if you can..? Moins

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### Given a string like "I'm being interviewed by Amazon" implement a method that reverses the given string so that it looks like "Amazon by interviewed being I'm".

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we can first reverse the whole string, and then reverse the individual words O(n) complexity Moins

3-line solution in PowerShell: \$str = "I'm being interviewed by Amazon".Split() \$([array]::Reverse(\$str) ) [string]\$str Moins

" ".join("I'm being interviewed by Amazon ".split()[::-1])

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### 1 million card applications. \$1 per application cost to do employment verification. 96% pass verification and get a card. 4% fail and do not get cards. Given average profits on cardholders in good standing, and average losses on accounts that default, find the % of denied cardholders that would have to default in order to justify the \$1 per application verification cost .

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Anymore info given? I think you'd either need to know the percentage of cardholders in good standing, or the percentage of cardholders in bad standing. Moins

This appears to be a trick question that makes you think they want to know the break-even point. However: how can someone default on a credit card that they were "denied" and never issued? Moins

Its hypothetical - IF they were given the card and IF they defaulted on it... how many of them would have to default in order for the losses from their accounts to justify the \$1/application cost of rejecting them. Moins

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### Why Siemens? Tell me about yourself

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Out of my over 30 years in Sales I have lead the most successful teams even through 2008 to 2012 which were very rough and tough times here in the states. My team remanded ever dedicated and we came up with creative ideas to make it through that recession. Moins

I am not sure if this company or offer is in the United states or England but open to travel and maybe even relocate with more understanding of the job, pay and benefits. Moins

I work with several Rad Techs, CT and MRI techs. Managing their careers in the USA. While obviously as a Sales Professional and Motivational speaker I do not work with Siemens my candidates do and they are all top notch. Moins

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### Please give me an example of when you've been in a stressful situation. How did you resolve it?

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last year I was really upset one day when one of my students had an accident on themselves and I was late getting them out of class. The next day I personally checked the bathrooms before letting the students use them. I found out they were dirty so I let them use another one. I also limited cleanup to just picking garbage off desk and floor Moins

One of my students is having a difficult time learning addition and subtraction so I decided to come up with a step game so she can see it. The step game wasn't going the way I planned it so I practiced it in 3 different ways with the student until I found a technique for doing it that worked. In another instance I was doing small group tutoring at LLS and one of the 1st graders didn't want to do her math so I started to get upset. Heading the site director's advice I decided to make it appealing to a first grader so I let her use colorful cotton balls to add and subtract which she liked. Moins

Last year I was having the students clean up after class and one girl was taking it too far by wanting to wash the desk with soap and water. I didn't want the students to still be in the class at 6 pm so I told other students to help her dry off the desk which finished the clean up and the students were able to get out of class at 5 minutes to 6 pm. Moins

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