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[D] Any tips and tricks to crack the DeepMind quiz interview?

Hi all!

I’m interviewing for a PhD internship at DeepMind, which is similar to a Research Scientist position. The process involves 1) a discussion with recruiters, 2) a 2 hours long technical test (the DeepMind quiz), 3) discussions with research scientists, 4) a final interview with the People and Culture team.

I’m wondering if any of you have tips for the technical test. What is the best way to prepare for it?

I heard it’s only a sort of “fact checking” interview involving computer science, maths, stats and ML: questions where you either know the answer, or you don’t, no thinking involved. Anyone can confirm this?

Also, they provided me with some resources, but these are thick books I would like to avoid. I’m looking for the most efficient way to prepare for it, since it mostly involves some BS knowledge I will forget 5 minutes after the interview.

Thanks in advance! 🙂

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