7 of the Hardest Job Interview Questions Ever

How to Nail a Job Interview. Huge successful companies like Google, Facebook, and Amazon aren’t all-that interested in your run-of-the-mill “Where do you see yourself in 5 years?” types of interview questions when it comes to taking on staff. These companies are incredibly innovative and so is their interview process! Do you think you’ve got the necessary creative skills and quick wit to solve their challenging brain-teasing interview questions and land the job of your dreams? Let’s find out!

Amazon interview question 0:51
LinkedIn interview question 2:32
Adobe interview question 4:02
Microsoft interview question 5:30
Google question 7:04
Facebook’s interview question 7:58
Apple interview question 10:40


-An 80-foot-long cable is hanging from the top of two poles that are both 50 feet tall. Can you find the distance between these two poles, to one decimal place, if the middle of the cable is hanging 10 feet above the ground?
-You’re in a room with 3 different light switches. Each of them controls one of 3 light bulbs located in the next room. Your task is to find out which switch controls which bulb.
-You have 50 motorcycles, and each of them has a tank capacity to go 100 miles. What’s the farthest you can get using these 50 bikes?
-Imagine you have 1,000 bottles of juice. One of these bottles contains a super strong, super bitter-tasting poison. How can you find out which bottle it’s in the smallest number of sips?
-Why are manhole covers round?
-A kidnapper loads two bullets in consecutive order into an empty six-round revolver, spins it, points it at you, and shoots. “Click!” You’re not hit. Phew! Right after that, he asks you one simple question: “Do you want me to spin it again and fire or just pull the trigger right now?” What option would you choose and what’s the probability that you’d be hit for each scenario?
-There are 3 boxes in front of you. One of them contains only apples, another only oranges, and the third both apples and oranges. All the boxes are labeled incorrectly. Can you open just one box, take out one piece of fruit without looking inside the box, and still be able to label all 3 boxes correctly just by seeing this one fruit?

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