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 41 Toughest Google Job Interview Questions

Short Bytes: What are the toughest questions asked at Google’s job interviews? To give you an idea about how things proceed during a Google interview, we have brought a collection of 41 toughest questions that Google asks. 

It’s not a hidden fact that Google asks mind-bending questions at job interviews. These questions are asked to check your ability to work under pressure and test your approach of tackling problems on the spot. The company also asks some simple questions to check your way of answering in a concise way.

In the past, we have brought to you the interview questions from Airbnb,SpaceX, Apple, and Facebook interviews. To give you a better idea of the Google’s  interview process, BI has compiled some of the toughest questions asked at Google job interviews from the careers website Glassdoor. Let’s take a look:

41 Toughest Questions Google Will Ask You At Job Interviews

What is your favorite Google product, and how would you improve it?

— Associate Product Manager, January 2016

If you wanted to bring your dog to work but one of your team members was allergic to dogs what would you do?

–Associate Account Strategist, December 2014

If ads were removed from YouTube, how would you monetize it?

— Associate Account Strategist, January 2016

What do you know about Google?

–Administrative Business Partner Interview, February 2015

Design an evacuation plan for the building.

–Business Analyst Interview, November 2014

Which do you think has more advertising potential in Boston, a flower shop or funeral home?

–Account Strategist, October 2015

A coin was flipped 1000 times and there were 560 heads. Do you think the coin is biased?

–Quantitative Analyst, September 2015

What does “being Googley” mean to you?

–Product Specialist, December 2015

Name a prank you would pull on x manager if you were hired.

–Google Applications Support Engineer, June 2014

What is your opinion on whether or not individuals should be required to use their official name when opening a Gmail or Google + account?

–Administrative Assistant Interview, April 2014

What would you want to do if you didn’t have to work?

–Interaction Designer, September 2014

What scares you?

–Business Analyst Interview, September 2014

How many ways can you think of to find a needle in a haystack?

–Business Associate, May 2014

If you could be remembered for one sentence, what would it be?

–Associate Account Strategist Interview, March 2014

If you could only choose one song to play every time you walked into a room for the rest of your life, what would it be?

–Associate Account Strategist Interview, March 2014

How do you think the digital advertising world will change in the next 3 years?

–Creative Director, January 2016

What three things would you change at your university/work place if you were CEO today?

–Account Strategist Interview, April 2014

Describe AdWords to a seven-year-old.

–Associate Account Strategist Interview, December 2014

You have a grocery delivery service (similar to Amazon Fresh) which delivers food within 24 hours. Estimate how many trucks you need to operate this service.

–Product Manager, November 2015

How would you explain cloud computing to a 6-year-old?

–Product Manager, November 2015

Tell me what you think about Google charging users $1/month to use Gmail.

— BOLD Candidate, October 2015

How many haircuts do you think happen in America every year?

–Business Associate, May 2014

List six things that make you nervous.

–Android Support Level III, July 2014

Tell me something about you that isn’t on your resume.

–Associate Account Strategist Interview, March 2014

What is the market for driverless cars in the year 2020?

–Product Manager, November 2015

Model raindrops falling on a sidewalk (sidewalk is 1m and raindrops are 1cm). How could we know when the sidewalk is completely wet?

–Software Engineer, January 2016

How would I explain the importance of HTML 5 to Larry Page and then to my grandma.

— Creative Specialist, January 2016

Tell me a joke.

— Executive Assistant Interview, March 2014

The best question in my opinion was, they asked me at this stage whether you prefer earning or learning.

— Software Engineer, January 2016

If I gave you 10 million dollars right now, what would you do?

–Associate Account Strategist, May 2014

Define a service that would allow you to travel to the future.

–Interaction Designer, December 2015

Would you remove the link to an extremist piece of writing?

–Legal Assistant, December 2015

How could you solve humankind’s biggest crisis given one billion dollars and a spacecraft?

–Database Administrator, December 2015

You have a colony on Mars that you want to communicate with. How do you build a system to communicate with them?

–Associate Product Manager, November 2014

How many cars travel across a bridge each day?

–Advertising Interview, September 2014

If you had access to a bank’s database, how would you use that information to design an ATM for elderly people?

–Associate Product Manager, February 2015

How would you improve a shoe factory?

–Field Operations Specialist, November 2014

Design a mobile social app for a chain of local orthodontist offices.

–Product Manager, November 2015

What are the number of new book titles published in the US each year?

–Product Manager, November 2015

How would you solve homelessness in downtown San Francisco?

–Product Manager, November 2015

 

 
 

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