Exponent

Ace your interview with our courses and coaching
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HypeBeast
Good visual design
Unclear benefits
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Albert Palau
Easy to use
Cost-effective
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Julia Jakubczak
Recommended this product
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Jonas Pohlmann
Does not recommend this product
Summary: Good preparation resources but terrible support I used Exponent and bought their yearlong 149 Dollar package. I use it to prepare for the Google APM Program. So far I can say: Pro: - Cool and active slack community - Good database of asked questions - Good preparation material for product interviews Con: - Very bad support: They offered now 2 month ago the service of giving custom made preparation plans. Since I didn't hear anything for one month I followed up with no response. Then I followed up a second time 2 weeks later with first also no response. The only thing I got was a standard link to their website telling me about the interview stages, some sample questions and general info about the program assuming that this is sufficient info replacing a custom made preparation plan. Even though the product overall is good I cannot recommended given that they don't live up to promises they give and apparently don't care about their paying customers in their support.
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Rose Grosshans
Does not recommend this product
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Vinod SP
Recommended this product
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Yugie Nugraha
Recommended this product
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Lucas Arndt
Recommended this product
I love the idea. Games make things easier to learn! Great for abstract things like interviews. Just like how great investment games are at teaching you how investing works. Why 'tell' when you can 'show'? Great work.
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Neriyah Oren
Does not recommend this product
Main feedback: 1. Video is very amateur and script mistakes 2. What can I learn from the steps I took? It took me X steps to get to the answer. What is the average # of steps that people took in order to find the solution? 3. More explanation of why I should have started with X instead of Y. Using this data to improve my PM knowhow. 4. Just saying that after slicing the data no correlation was found doesn't really help. What else could be added here? There is more stuff I could write. Let me know if you need some user for research.
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Page Ballenger
Recommended this product
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