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  • 0 Getting Ready for the Uber Analytics Test - Part 5 - Practice, Practice, Practice

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    • 31-08-2017
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      This post is part of a 5 article series that discusses the tools and techniques you will need to ace the Uber Analytics Test.  Hopefully by now you're getting a lot more confident about the Uber Analytics Test. I hope this mini course has helped you in the quest to succeed.My final word of advice for you - Practice, Practice, Practice. The Uber Analytics Test is not easy. There is a reason why Uber is consistently trying to filter out the weak candidates by a test. There are tons and tons of candidates that are taking the test. I speak to candidates on a day to day basis who find it difficult to pass the test. So how do you increase your chances of passing the test? You PRACTICE. You PRACTICE. You PRACTICE even more. Go to forums such as Glassdoor and follow along what other students have reported about the test; go to Quora and read cases of students having taken the test; take a course, buy mateirials online and practice; or just practice on your own. In short, get completely familiar with the test,  the kind of questions you might get, how to manage your time, your mental state and a lot more than comes with test taking. One piece of advice: don't just go into the test after you are invited to it. Take some time and practice. At the end of the day, if you focus and practice, there should be no reason why you don't pass the test. So thats it, my friends; that wraps up the mini course on Uber's Analytics Test. All I can say to you here is BEST OF LUCK FOR THE TEST If you’re interested in our full course on Uber's Analytics Test, do check out the link - https://coursetake.com/collections/courses/products/uber-analytics-testIt contains 3 CSV files, 300 pages, 2 hours of video and close to 100 practice questions. More importantly thousands of students have aced the test with our course.

  • 0 Getting Ready for the Uber Analytics Test - Part 4 - Understanding Concepts Behind Uber (Theory)

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    • 31-08-2017
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    This post is part of a 5 article series that discusses the tools and techniques you will need to ace the Uber Analytics Test.  In this part we will talk about the theory around Uber's business and go through the concepts around Uber.  Specifically, we'd like to focus on the metrics around Uber. The metrics that Uber uses are different than what is used in the industry, so its important to understand them.  You will be asked tons of questions around them, specifically during the multiple choice question and answer portion of the test.  So we created a brief video that will go through these metrics in greater detail.    Like before if you'd like to check out our complete course, its available at a low price of $19.99. It contains a 300 page pdf, 2 hours of video content and 3 CSV files that you will get on the exam.  

  • 0 Getting Ready for the Uber Analytics Test - Part 2 - Learning Excel Skills

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    • 31-08-2017
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    This post is part of a 5 article series that discusses the tools and techniques you will need to ace the Uber Analytics Test.  In this part we will talk about the excel skills you will need to learn in order to ace the test comfortably.  The main excel skills that will be needed to pass the Uber Analytics Test are the following:  1. Pivot Tables 2. Sorting  3. Searching  4. Formulas  5. Charting We've created a video for the same here:      So thats it. In the next part, we'll talk about the getting organized on the exam with respect to excel and make sure that we don't waste time on the test.  If you want to check out our full course, you can do that as well:     

  • 0 Getting Ready for the Uber Analytics Test - Part 3 - Getting Your CSV/Excel Files Organized

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    • 31-08-2017
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    This post is part of a 5 article series that discusses the tools and techniques you will need to ace the Uber Analytics Test.  In this part we will talk about how to arrange your excel files and get organized during the 2 hour timed test.  We've created this video to help you go through this process.      If you'd like to get started with our entire course on Uber's Analytics Test, you'll get tons of video such as these + a 300 page pdf, 2 hours of video content and 3 CSV files with tons of questions and answers for practice. 

  • 0 Getting Ready for the Uber Analytics Test - Part 1 - Understanding What to Expect on the Test

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    • 31-08-2017
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    This post is part of a 5 article series that discusses the tools and techniques you will need to ace the Uber Analytics Test. In this part we will talk about understanding the format of the test. At the end of this article you should be well versed with what to expect on the test.  As part of your Uber interview process, especially for General Manager, Associate General Manager, Marketing Manager and Operations and Logistics Manager positions, Uber will ask you to take the Uber Analytics Test, now at Version 3.1. Note that this test can be asked for any position, however it is most common with the above mentioned positions.  LOGISTICS OF THE TEST This test is a 2 hour timed test that is taken online. The current version of the test is at Version 3.1and is conducted by a company called HackerRank. Previous versions of the test were conducted by a company called Classmarker. Once you finish your recruiter phone screen or if you are selected to take this test, you will be presented with an email such as the following:   Once you start the test, you will be be presented with a screen such as the follows.      FORMAT OF THE TEST The test consists of 32 questions in total:  28 Multiple Choice Questions based on two downloadable CSV files. 4 Short/Long Answer Questions  Questions will be asked based on 2 CSV files that will be presented to you on the test that you can download and use.  SAMPLE QUESTIONS FROM THE FIRST CSV Between the 1st and the 5th of February, which date has the most completed trips? What hour of the day from the 15 day period in February had the least number of requests? What is the weighted average of requests per driver for the 15 day data set SAMPLE QUESTIONS FROM THE SECOND CSV How much will be paid to the drivers for Promotion #2? Uber wants to give out awards to its drivers. Please determine which drivers will be given awards. Calculate the net income for a driver in a year. GENERAL MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS An Uber driver needs to increase their daily fare amount, which metric should the driver focus on? How many drivers can Uber hire to start working right away? Given your knowledge of surge pricing, what are the best determinants for when to kick-in surge pricing in an area? SHORT/LONG ANSWER QUESTIONS How should you respond to the city officials claiming that Uber disadvantages older drivers unfamiliar with technology? Illustrate several values you think are important to maintaining and strengthening Uber’s relationship with drivers. How would you contribute to this community? Write a letter aimed at Uber drivers who have an acceptance rate of between 70% and 79% to encourage them to accept more requests. Use CSV file 2.  WHAT'S NEXT? In the next article, we'll be delving into the excel skills required to ace the test.If you have any questions in the meantime, please hit the reply button and drop me a line. We will respond personally to every email. And if you're ahead of the curve and want to get started, feel free to learn more about our complete course on Uber Analytics Test here. It consists of a 300 page PDF, 2 hours of video content, close to 100 practice questions and 3 CSV/Excel files, 2 of which you will get on the test.   

  • 0 Uber Analytics Excel/CSV Test Book Now Available on Amazon

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    • 31-08-2017
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    We've very excited to announce that our popular course on Uber Analytics Test is now available on Amazon.  The Uber Analytics Test is the second test in the entire interview for General Manager, Associate General Manager, Operations and Logistics Manager and Marketing Manager positions at Uber. If you pass the recruiter screen, the next step is to do this 2 hour timed online analytics test. The Uber Analytics Excel/CSV Test Book helps students learn, prepare, and succeed on their upcoming Uber Excel analytics test. It includes a detailed overview of what to expect on the Uber Excel analytics test along with real interview questions and answers. This book comes with two .CSV files for the student to download and use to answer the questions provided in the book. Book Outline  Test Details – Here we will cover what to expect on the test.  Theory - Here we’ll go through theory around Uber’s business model, pricing strategy, metrics etc.  Quantitative Questions – First CSV - On the test you will be presented with 2 CSVs. Questions are based on them and we’ll cover both a number of questions and answers in this section.  Quantitative Questions – Second CSV - We’ll go through questions and answers based on the second file in this section.  General Multiple Choice Questions - We’ll then look at general questions aimed at your knowledge of Uber’s business as a whole.  Short Answers – We’ll cover short answers that you’ll be expected to write.  Long Answers - We’ll cover long answers that you’ll be expected to write.  Conclusion - We’ll finally conclude the course in this section with some last minute tips.    What You'll Get  120+ pages that walk you step by step on what needs to be done.  2 downloadable CSVs. 24/7 support on any questions you might have.  Book Details  Review the different Uber positions covered in the Book, including: Operations and Logistics, Marketing Manager, General Manager, Associate General Manger, Marketing Manager  Discuss Surge Pricing - an extremely important concept on the exam. Discuss Uber metrics and terms, including:  Completed Trips  Demand  Dispatch  Driver  Driver Supply  ETA  Eyeballs  Fare  Idle Time  Peak Hours  Requests  Rider  Surge Pricing  Working Shifts  Zeros  Covers many many multiple choice questions found in the Uber Excel analytics test, including: Between the 1st and the 5th of February, which date has the most completed trips?  What hour of the day had the most completed trips on February 11th?  What hour of the day from the 15 day period in February had the least number of requests?  What is the percentage of all of the eyeballs that occurred on Fridays?  What is the weighted average of requests per driver for the 15 day data set?  Drivers' schedules are drafted in 4 hour shifts, and Uber wants to change this to 8 hour shifts. Calculate which shift has the highest request for the 15 day data set.  When the number of unique drivers increases so does the number of eyeballs?  On which day is the ratio the highest for the number of completed trips to requests?  If you had 10 drivers to add to one hour throughout the 15 day data set, which hour would you add them to?  How many hours of data are in this data set?  Use the data to determine when the best end-of-day is for drivers.  Sample of short and long answer questions and an approach to answer them:  What is surge-pricing is and the main reasons behind why it's a good choice for Uber. Write a letter to drivers motivating them to use Uber more often.  

  • 0 Uber Analytics Excel/CSV Online Test

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    • 31-08-2017
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    UBER ANALYTICS TEST As part of your Uber interview process, especially for General Manager, Associate General Manager, Marketing Manager and Operations and Logistics Manager positions, Uber will ask you to take the Uber Analytics Test. INTERVIEW # 1 – RECRUITER SCREEN The first test in a series of interviews is your recruiter screen. He or she will ask you a few questions regarding your background and fit to Uber. A few sample questions:  Why Uber? Tell me more about your background. What makes you a good fit to Uber. THE RECRUITER SCREEN LASTS ABOUT 15-20 MINUTES INTERVIEW # 2 – UBER ANALYTICS TEST The second part of the screen will be a Uber Analytics Test which you will be asked to complete over the next 2-3 days. After the recruiter screen, you will get an email as follows: Dear XYZ,  Thanks for taking the time to chat with me! As promised, please see the following exercises. Essentially this test is designed to give us a sense of your experience managing raw data, as well as your basic instinct for numbers. Below are some important things to remember when completing this exercise: The test is timed (2 hours), and will begin as soon as you clink on the link and enter your information so pay attention to the two hour time limit and make sure that you start this when you know you’ll be interruption free for the full two hours. Really. Since you’re doing analysis and downloading raw data, make sure you’re at a computer that handles Excel/CSV files well. You MUST hit submit before the two hours is up so the test will have a record of your answers. It’s good practice to save your data/workbook in case we need to ask follow up questions. <Link to Test> Let me know if you have any questions regarding the test! Thanks for your time in this process! This test is administered by classmarker. Once you click the link: You will have to enter the following information: First Name Last Name Email Address What position(s) are you applying for? Which city or cities is the position you’re applying for based in? The form will look like the following:     2. Once you click on “Start Test” the test will begin and you will have 2 hours to complete the test. FORMAT OF THE TEST The test consists of 32 questions in total:  28 Multiple Choice Questions based on two downloadable CSV files. 4 Short/Long Answer Questions  SAMPLE QUESTIONS FROM THE FIRST CSV Between the 1st and the 5th of February, which date has the most completed trips? What hour of the day from the 15 day period in February had the least number of requests? What is the weighted average of requests per driver for the 15 day data set SAMPLE QUESTIONS FROM THE SECOND CSV How much will be paid to the drivers for Promotion #2? Uber wants to give out awards to its drivers. Please determine which drivers will be given awards. Calculate the net income for a driver in a year. GENERAL MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS An Uber driver needs to increase their daily fare amount, which metric should the driver focus on? How many drivers can Uber hire to start working right away? Given your knowledge of surge pricing, what are the best determinants for when to kick-in surge pricing in an area? SHORT/LONG ANSWER QUESTIONS How should you respond to the city officials claiming that Uber disadvantages older drivers unfamiliar with technology? Illustrate several values you think are important to maintaining and strengthening Uber’s relationship with drivers. How would you contribute to this community? Write a letter aimed at Uber drivers who have an acceptance rate of between 70% and 79% to encourage them to accept more requests. Use CSV file 2. HOW TO PREPARE? There are a number of ways to prepare for the test. Look at Glassdoor. Glassdoor has a number of questions and interviews put up by real test takers. Quora – Many people have asked questions about this test and we’ve seen a number of responses about the format of the test. Preparation Courses – There are a number of preparation courses out there that will help you prepare for the test, give you sample CSVs etc. In our opinion the best course is provided by Coursetake. Coursetake provides a course that in our research is the cheapest on the market right now. For only $19.99 you get: A 185 page guide walking you through the entire process. 1 hour of video content walking you through the entire test. 2 downloadable CSVs that you will get on the exam. Sample answers to short and long answer questions. 24/7 support at any given point of time. Lifetime updates to the course. We highly recommend the course. But either way, best of luck for your exam and we wish you all the best.  

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