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Amazon.com Supply Chain Intern Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated Mar 11, 2014
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I applied online and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at Amazon.com in February 2014.

Interview Details Contacted them through their website. Was emailed a few weeks later to set-up a HireVue interview(online), then was contacted to have another HireVue math flow problem and 2 30min phone interviews. The math problem was difficult, as I am actually learning that stuff in my current semester. Was then contacted by phone and email, explaining why i was not extended an offer.

Interview Question – Math flow problem having to do with labor utilization and process flow.   Answer Question

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I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Amazon.com in October 2011.

Interview Details This interview process was definitely an interesting one. It was a very difficult interview when compared to what most Supply Chain companies ask. The first round was behavioral and tested my Supply Chain knowledge, while the second round was a lot of thinking problems. I was very impressed that Amazon called me 2-3 days after my second interview to let me know that I was not receiving an offer; it was much better than an email.

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  • You have a ping pong ball. It is the same diameter as a tube that it is in. It is buried 3 feet under concrete. How do you get it out?   View Answer
  • You have 3 warehouses. Warehouse A, Warehouse B, and Warehouse C. Place them anywhere and tell me why.   Answer Question
  • You have 3 warehouses. Warehouse A's demand exceeds its maximum capacity. What would you do about this situation?   Answer Question
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