Overwhelmed by all the different questions you may get asked during the product management interview? This course will teach you how to answer ANY question thrown your way.
Your time is limited and valuable so no there's no fluff content in our course. We filmed PMs from various top companies answering the 85 interview questions below to show you what 10/10 responses look like. All our HD videos are professionally annotated with graphics & notes to aid visual learners and show you exactly what to whiteboard. We explain the nuances of being an exceptional interviewee—from adding strategic framing in your answers to the body language you should exhibit.
This course comes with lifetime access and is constantly being improved and updated to stay relevant to the PM recruiting processes of top tech companies.
Course last updated: Jan. 3, 2021
Walmart has hired you to build an ML model to predict the sales of granola bars in any given store, but your model can take in no more than 10 variables. Which variables would you use?
Imagine you're a PM at Snapchat and you test a major redesign of the app which increases overall time spent but greatly reduces Snaps sent & stories shared. What is your hypothesis as to what might be happening and should you ship this experience broadly?
Say you are running Marriott and a hack just exposed data of up to 5 Million guests. What do you do?
You work at Netflix and videos are freezing in the middle to buffer. How would you improve this experience?
You’ve just built a free app that helps users find great flight deals. You have no marketing budget but want to get as many users as possible. What is your growth strategy?
You’re running a referral program for Lyft and are given a $30 million budget. You have to drive 1 million new signups. How would you structure the incentives of this referral program?
Instagram is considering letting users pay to get an ad-free experience. Would you launch this feature, and if so, how much would you charge for it?
Marriott’s CEO has given you a year and 50 employees to reimagine the hotel business. What do you do?
You are one of the first PMs at Facebook Marketplace. Your job is keeping buyers and sellers safe and preventing scams. Come up with 5 technical integrity safeguards you would implement.
Tell me About Yourself
Leadership and Drive
Tell me about a time you didn’t have the resources to do something but you got it done anyway. (Facebook PM's Response)
Teamwork and Communication
Imagine if the designer on your team wasn’t meeting expectations. How would you proceed? (Google PM's Response)
Do you stay up to date with the tech industry? How do you get inspired with new ideas? (Affirm PM's Response)
There’s a new 100-story building in New York, and you (a Google employee) are eager to visit. You know Google owns the Xth floor and all floors above it, but you don’t know what X is, and all floors look identical from the outside. Your badge works on all floors Google owns, but not any others. How can you minimize the number of times you must swipe your badge to find X, and what is the maximum number of swipes needed with your strategy?
In Washington state, the average Uber driver rating is higher than the average Lyft driver rating. The same is true in Oregon. But when you combine data from the two states, the average Lyft driver rating is higher. How is this possible?
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