We've worked students with a wide range of past experiences. What they all have in common is a sincere desire to improve the quality of their thinking through thoughtful practice and nuanced feedback.
Obviously, for such students, simply getting a job is not a relevant goal. Instead they might want to access better roles that include algorithms-heavy interview processes. Other times, the motivation is intrinsic; students often cite a desire to produce simpler, more elegant code.
Common backgrounds include:
Regardless of outcome, going through the interview process is worth doing on its own. In real interviews, it's very hard to know how things went. Interviewers cannot be fully transparent and even if they could, they may not be able to give any useful feedback.
In contrast, we can be fully transparent because our only goal is to help you grow. To do that, you must understand precisely what went wrong. From there, we'll help you develop a plan to attack any weaknesses as directly as possible.
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