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Application Process & Interviews at Susquehanna International Group, LLP (SIG)
- Average rating for Recruitment, based on 7 reviews9.0 / 10
Please describe the interview process and assessments.
Actually used assessments. Interviews were fairly ad-hoc, but you were able to demonstrate ability through the assessments.
Thorough assessment of abilities in multiple aspects. Multiple rounds of phone interviews, followed by an on-site interview.
3 phone interviews (one with Sydney office and two with the education team in USA) and one face-to-face interview in Sydney
Two phone interviews. The first interview was focused on motivation and education. The second interview was probability questions only. Followed by two in person interviews the first was probability and general resume assessment, and the second in person interview was culture fit.
What questions were you asked in your interviews?
General programming principals and logic puzzles
Mathematics, statistics, basic game theory, options
Numerous problem solving questions with a focus on probability
Lots of probability and logic. Motivation for application. Examples of success under pressure.
Do you have any specific tips and advice for candidates applying to your company? How would you recommend they best prepare?
Review general programming principles and relax
Know your fundamentals and don't claim to know something you don't
Brush up on your probability concepts
Practice probability, logic questions and mental math. Financial knowledge is barely important