Twitter Intern Interview Questions

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Very kind e-mail with HR where she asked to complete an online test in codillity.

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I applied online. I interviewed at Twitter (San Francisco, CA (US)) in February 2017.

Initial Phone screening interview with HR.2nd stage phone interview with a member of the team.3rd stage- set of 3 interviews with different members of the team, some via Skype.

First, there was an offline coding step in which they asked me to solve two coding questions in 45 minutes. Then there was a phone interview in which the interviewer went through my CV and asked about my previous work experience. At the end there was a simple coding question. Then I had a second phone interview in which interviewer asked coding questions from the beginning which was surprising for me. After solving the first question with the help of interviewer, he asked another coding question which was simpler.

Online Coding AssignmentTechnical phone interview on codingSkype interviews with the team

I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Twitter (San Francisco, CA (US)) in February 2014.

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I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Twitter in March 2017.

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Monday- Initial communication was an email to schedule a phone call the same week.Friday- 30 minute phone call and told that I would be moving on to the next round3 weeks later- Interview at Twitter HQ with 6 different people. Interviews lasted about 30 minutes each. More of an informal conversation than question/answer1.5 Months later- Received an email from a recruiter to schedule a call.Next Day- Received a call from the recruiter with a job offer and details. Received an email with my offer letter the same day. Signed contract.

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I applied in-person. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Twitter in March 2014.

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Applied online, was sent a coding challenge to complete within a week. The coding challenge is 3 questions, fairly basic about arrays and such. Then interview which led to offer.

The second phone interview was not easy. One of the questions was to find the words in the dictionary that has one edit distance with an input word.Answer Question

I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Twitter (Los Angeles, CA (US)) in January 2018.

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I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Twitter (San Francisco, CA (US)) in April 2013.

I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Twitter in October 2014.

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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Twitter in January 2014.

Recruiter reached out in early March after applying online in Fall and doing various resume drops.All interviews were done over video call. Went through an initial 60-minute tech screening, then a super-day with 3 interviews. Did not get matched with this team. Spoke with two other teams, the 2nd team just a 30 minute call, then another team a 30 minute call + another 60 minute technical interview.After a month and a half of interviewing, they informed me that there would be no spot for me at Twitter this summer. The recruiter was nice enough, but the long interview process left kind of a sour taste. Communication could have been better– the way I understood it is that I had passed the technical part, but did not get host-matched in the end, which is really unfortunate. Most of the interviewers seemed enthusiastic and happy to have me on board as an intern, which confused me into I thinking I had a position.All in all, I enjoyed speaking with Twitter, but am leaving this review because of the convoluted interview process.

After being contacted by a recruiter, I completed the online challenge. It was really simple. Finished it in 30-ish minutes. The original email said it would take 1 week to process the results, but afterwards, I was never contacted again. After 2 weeks, I emailed back asking where I stood in the application process, but they never responded! It was a pretty strange experience and not a particularly favorable one.

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Got a hackerrank challenge after applying online. It took about 2 hours to finish. Didnt get a call back. I emailed a follow up but it didnt come back. Overall positive experience

As an intern, you go through the same exact interview process a regular applicant would. First up is the coding challenge. As with any coding question for an interview, make sure you understand what is being asked. And document your code accordingly. If you pass that, the next is the phone screen. This is a behavioral screen rather a technical one. You probably will talk to a manager here. Then if you get through those, you will be invited for a face to face interview. This is obviously dependent on the part of the company you are applying to.

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