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Three phone interviews (two math, one programming), then nonsite (would have been onsite if not for covid). Nonsite consisted of four interviews in one day. All interviews had interesting questions which were more than worth my time even though I didn't get an internship.

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  • Do you have an interest in finance?
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The interview process was not what I was expecting, but it was overall great. Although I didn't make it past round 3, it was a great experience getting to know about the company

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There are multiple rounds of interview First one is the phone interview for self-intro Then, a simple test to check your excel skills Next, Questions about probability Next, Questions about how you improve the workflow

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The interview process begins with 1 excel task, that involves calculating haircuts, based on a document a they provide. Make sure to read the document all the way through. It also includes a quick test on your functions abilities. Filter, sumif, and product functions is all you need. After that you will have an interview with HR, and they are going to ask a few brain teasers. The brain teasers are the same as said before on here. Next you will do a vba take home test. Lastly, you will be asked to interview online for the final round. This round consists of a coding test, some trading vocabulary and application questions. Over all a very pleasant experience working with their HR department. However, extremely bummed that I did'nt get the offer despite it being a good interview.

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Several rounds of interviews, initially by phone and eventually over video, to assess numerical problem solving abilities. Focus on probability with each round presenting increasingly difficult problems. Basic knowledge of market making is needed (can be acquired through a guide received upon application).

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  • Questions mixing, for example, market making and dice rolls: in the first rounds this could be to make a market (buy/sell prices, number of items to buy/sell) on the sum or the product of two 6-sided dice.
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Phone interview, brain teaser and probability stats questions, typical coin flipping, dice rolling, no finance involved, but one is expected to know basic knowledge about options and markets, at least you know the mathematical modeling behind these

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I interviewed at Jane Street in Jun 2022

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First round: Excel exercise(like haircut problems) Second round: phone interview, some prob and math questions (coin prob/ date format/ weekday in the future) Third round: VBA Final round:working on the process

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Two rounds of phone screens, first one about 30 mins and second one about 40 mins. Got rejected after the second phone interview. The questions were interesting and the interviewer sounded very nice.

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multiple phone interviews and a full-day Zoom interview. Interviews got longer and longer over time, but every person was very kind and helpful with hints when I got stuck. The questions get harder as the rounds progress and generally don't have a closed form answer in the later rounds

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  • they describe the rules of a game and ask if you want to play it based on your expected earnings
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Online test, two phone interviews and then final round. Online test was mostly about conditional probability, phone rounds also had game theory and final had both. Final round is super cool and generally the whole process is nice and smooth.

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