Monthly Archives: April 2007

Finding QuantCareer.com

Microsoft’s Windows Live Search (formerly MSN Search) is a great web search engine — at least as good as and sometimes better than market leader Google — and now if you search for "quant career" (http://search.msn.com/results.aspx?FORM=TOOLBR&q=quant+career), you’ll see my Quant … Continue reading

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First Galley Reviewed!

Yesterday I received the first galley proof for "Starting Your Career as a Wall Street Quant."  I made a handful of revisions which I sent to the publisher.  Hopefully I’ll get the next galley soon and hopefully there will be … Continue reading

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Latest Update on Book

Outskirts Press screwed up an aspect of the book production so I still have not received the first galley yet.  My author rep kept telling me I should be getting it early this week; we shall see.   BTW, the … Continue reading

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Sample Hybrid Question

In my book I provide many examples of interview questions: informational, technical and case questions that you are likely to encounter at quant interviews.   The following is a really good hybrid technical-cum-case question that I myself was asked when … Continue reading

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CareerBuilder.com on Interview Questions

Chapter 4 of my book, "Starting Your Career as a Wall Street Quant," gives you lists of specific questions you are likely to face at quant interviews.  Other career books and websites only give you general questions and don’t take … Continue reading

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A *SURE* Way of Getting a Quant Job

My book (expected availability by July 2007) dispenses tons of tips on how to get your foot in the quant door. Now, if you are still in college, there is a surefire way to land the quant job of your … Continue reading

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Will There Be an E-Book Edition?

So, will there be an e-book edition of my upcoming book, "Starting Your Career as a Wall Street Quant"?   The answer is a bit complicated.  I really wanted to produce a secure PDF version of my book ("secure" here … Continue reading

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