***COURSE COMPLETED UPDATED TO INCLUDE NEW QUESTIONS FROM VERSION 3.1 OF THE TEST***
*** NOW with 3 CSVs and 20 additional questions and answers for Version 3.1 of the test ***
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.
As part of this course, we will walk you step by step on how to ace this exam through a bunch of course materials and video content.
What You'll Get
We'll walk through an overview of the test in this video.
The first step to understanding Uber is to understand an "On Demand Economy".
We'll walk through Uber's business model in this video.
We will see Uber's leaked metrics document in this lecture so that you get an idea of what to expect on the test.
We'll define all of Uber's metrics in this lecture.
One of the most important concepts that Uber uses is called Surge pricing. We'll understand the same in this and the next few lectures.
In this class, we'll look at the net effect of surge pricing. You will get many multiple choice questions and answers on this.
We'll also look at a case in which no surge kicks in when demand is high and what happens to the overall economy.
We'll start with giving you some tips on getting organized on the test with your CSV, so that you can move fast.
In this lecture, we'll understand the breakdown of the CSV and how its structured.
Question 1 based on the first CSV file is what we'll start with. You will understand how to attack questions right away.
We will then go straight into question 2 and build upon our knowledge of what we've started.
The questions get harder as we move deeper into the course and Question 3 is an example of the same.
We then move onto question # 4 in this section where we're deep into pivot tables and other fun stuff.
We'll look at percentage related questions in this section.
In this lecture, we'll look at weighted average questions.
Then we move onto looking at questions based on driver's shifts.
We will look at questions related to correlation.
How do we add drivers to a day. We'll look at that next.
We'll see another way to do so in this lecture.
Some low hanging fruit is what we'll look at next.
Curious about what "end of day" is. We'll look at that next.
How do we find the busiest periods in our data? We'll look at that here.
Here its all about the second CSV and we'll understand how to get organized with this CSV.
Similar to the first CSV, we will understand the second CSV before proceeding.
How do we deal with driver bonuses is what we will look at in this section.
We will compare promotions in this lecture.
How does Uber give our rewards is what we'll look at in this lecture.
Calculating the net income for a driver is what we will look at here.
In this section, we will go through 16 general multiple choice questions and answers that you will be expected to answer on the exam. The exam will contain between 8 - 10 questions.
When do you think a driver should go online?
What should a driver focus on if he or she wants to increase his or her daily fare amount?
What efficiency based metrics should Uber focus on?
How do we judge whether a promotion was successful or not?
When should customers apply a promotion?
How do we filter out how many drivers are allowed to drive?
Drivers want to increase their fare. How do we help them?
What could cause a really bad driver experience?
When should surge pricing kick in?
Which metrics change when surge kicks in?
How do we judge whether a driver was successful or not?
Why surge pricing?
Which metrics are the least relevant towards a particular scenario?
During peak demand hours, what metrics go up?
Which metrics affect surge pricing?
On the exam, you will get 3-6 short and long answer questions. We'll go through them in this section.
Definitional questions is what we will see here. E.g. - What is Surge pricing?
How do you convince drivers to join Uber?
How do we engage local community groups with Uber?
How do you respond to city officials?
How do you build a community among drivers?
In this lecture, I'll cover a few extra questions that you can practice with.
This video is about long answer questions. Most likely you will get only 1 on the exam, but you should be prepared in case you get more. We'll cover them here.
Writing a letter to drivers is what we will see here.
Write a letter to partners regarding Uber's new services.
Oops. A driver did something bad. You've got to fix it.
I'll give you a few more questions to practice with in this lecture.
We'll look at a number of new questions and answers in this section that Uber has started adding to newer versions of the test.
What is the probability that the driver furthest from your location will accept your request?
What will the change in revenue be after a fare increase?
If Uber starts a promo, what is the maximum fare reduction percentage before Uber starts to lose revenue?
What is the highest number of eligible candidates based on criteria given to you?
What is the minimum number of eligible candidates based on criteria given to you?
In a round of rock paper scissors, what is the probability that the round will be a draw?
Who will win a race between Usain Bolt and an Uber Car?
How much will a particular rider pay when sharing a car with 2 others?
How many plates don’t have any repeating numbers in New York city uber cars?
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