Apple Asks This Jarring Interview Question as a Secret Way to Evaluate a Candidate

For such a highly desirable company to work for, Apple has a rather unorthodox way of conducting interviews with potential employees, according to Inc.

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If you’ve ever interviewed at Apple, then you’d know that many of the company’s interviews are done in a group format, where one employee will interview multiple candidates at the same time.

During these interviews, Apple uses three strategies to gauge all they can about a candidate before moving forward to the next round — and none of these strategies have anything to do with how well a candidate answers questions about the job.

Candidates are asked to

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