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Are You Smart Enough to Work at Google

William Poundstone

I found the book entertaining and interesting. Spending hours a difficult puzzle or a challenging question is not what a university student like me usually doing. I think our life after high school significantly changes in a way that we are no longer mathematically challenged; we are more logically challenged with social matters.


I wonder this kind of questions is really useful for job hunting at Google or any American best companies, but sitting down with some what-number-comes-next questions uplifts my energy at the end of a long working day. Questions written in the book are likely to not appear in your next interview; however, training your brain is never a waste of time.


By the way, my rating is not high because as I said, I am measuring how much meaningful information the book provides. This book is not providing extendable thinking. It is giving you exercises and practices.

Summer 2019

May 27, 2019 at 3:00:00 PM


business, self-help


Are You Smart Enough to Work at Google
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