Do a mock coding interview with a real Google engineer!
Think that will get you a job at Google? Think again.
The way mock coding interviews are traditionally run is fundamentally flawed. They aren’t a study tool, they’re an evaluation tool. And a blunt one at that.
Traditional mock interviews are designed to emulate the real world interview experience to give you a snapshot of how your interview prep is going. You see what worked well and what worked poorly, and then are left to decide for yourself what to do about it.
Here at Byte by Byte, I do things differently. Rather than do strict mock interviews, I bring in a coaching component that makes mock interviews into an incredible learning opportunity.
When you get stuck, I use this opportunity not to tell you what to do next, but to show you how to figure it out for yourself. Having worked with so many students, I’ve seen it all before, and developed a series of techniques to help you get unstuck while you’re going through a problem.
Over time, as we continue to work together, you will get more used to using these techniques and figure out which ones work for you. This is one of the most powerful ways that you can succeed in your interviews.
The key isn’t to not get stuck. The key is to know how to get unstuck.
Unlike normal mock interviews. I will help you learn how to get unstuck.
Traditional Mock Interviews
Byte by Byte Anti-Mock Interviews
Ultimately, if you’re looking to make real progress with your mock interviews, traditional mock coding interviews are not the way to go. They are simply a waste of time.
At Byte by Byte, I do things differently, and the results speak for themselves. If you’re interested in learning more, submit an application now!