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Capital One Arlington, VA (US) Reviews

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    Current Employee - Senior Business Analyst in Arlington, VA (US)
    Current Employee - Senior Business Analyst in Arlington, VA (US)

    I have been working at Capital One full-time

    Pros

    data driven culture, good wlb

    Cons

    low compensation and slow promotion.

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Capital One Arlington, VA (US) Salaries

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Capital One Arlington, VA (US) Interviews

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  1. Helpful (3)  

    Data Scientist Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Arlington, VA (US)
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 7 weeks. I interviewed at Capital One (Arlington, VA (US)) in February 2022.

    Interview

    Had below rounds -
    Recruiter Screen
    Hiring Manager Screening
    Take home assignment - involves building models and data wrangling, visualizations and answering some questions. Even though it is not explicitly asked for, I think one should submit a powerpoint presentation along with Jupyter notebook.
    Virtual Onsite - Technical, Job fit, Statistics role play, case study

    Recruiters provided detailed information on each round to help prepare

    All interviewers were nice and friendly

    Interview Questions

    • Some technical questions were kind of vague and interviewer was having a hard time articulating them and I was having a hard time understanding what they was asking. They were more focused on the engineering portion. Not so much on modeling. They tried to cover all aspects of building and deploying a model.

      For the Case study round, expectations were a little confusing as they had a word document displayed on zoom with some numbers and were updating it while we were discussing and there were points when I wasn't sure if they are waiting for me to say something or are they working on updating it so I should wait for instructions.

      During statistics role play, you will be given some time to review a slide with numbers and charts pertaining to a particular business problem and then explain insights, recommendations, how will you do it differently. Again here, it is up to you to time the whole process. The interviewer asked very few questions and mostly listened and kept their video off while I was reviewing the slides.

      I think I was average on all rounds. You would need a strong understanding of data engineering, solving case studies and above average statistics knowledge to succeed.   Answer Question
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