Google Mock Interviews
Didn’t get to participate in the Google mock interviews? Worry not!
On April 1st, Google software engineer Sander Alewijnse will go over the do’s and don'ts of the technical interview process.
In this session, Sander will give a comprehensive review and discussion on our students’ performance during the mock interviews. We urge you to attend, as it will be a beneficial review session if you want to understand the nuances of a coding interview at top tech companies like Google!
April 1st 12:30 - 13:30:
Review session going over common mistakes and tips for future interviews
The link to the google meet can be found in our discord server by clicking the button!
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Practice makes perfect! Be prepared and relax for your next technical interview by practicing with our welcoming community.
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Partake in one of our several events throughout the year where you can get exposure directly from Big-N companies. Be sure to look forward to our workshops, guest speakers, and more ambitious events to come soon!
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Break The Algo, affectionately known as BTA, was founded to bring about a positive change to the culture of our student body. Currently in its inception, BTA boasts 60+ members and is in touch with Big-N companies. Starting 2021, we look forward to host events that will be conducive to both your academic and career ambitions.
Our focus is to bring you a holistic career-based education complementary to your studies at the university. Primarily, we want to set-up our future software engineers and data scientists for a great start post graduation.
We urge you to join our growing community, you won’t regret it!
Founders of Break The Algo