A Cambridge Interview: Queens' Computer Science


Find out what a Computer Science interview at Queens’ College is like and learn how to prepare and how to perform well in an Oxbridge interview.

Interviewee: Jake Wright, second year Computer Science student at Queens’

Interviewers: Dr Andrew Rice, Director of Studies in Computer Science at Queens’
Dr Dominic Orchard, teaching associate at Queens’ College





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  1. 이미나 says

    Watching videos like this make me sad knowing that I have 0 chance of getting in.. 🙁

  2. Liang Aidan says

    in the interview other people who also came and screwedup. This will boost my confidentcd

  3. chobeducket says

    Jake managed to pass the initial Cambridge interview, but unfortunately, he did not pass this reenactment and was expelled.

  4. マルアニシュ says

    What is Petr Cech and Edinson Cavani doing??

  5. Dnbray says

    "Walks into an interview" give me 5 mins before we start just need to set up all these cameras

  6. Nips says

    Dr Orchard is my lecturer

  7. Sebastian Lacki says

    I’d be careful with a few of the things said here. First of all, handshakes do have an impact on the final result. A firm handshake makes the interviewer feel like they can trust you more, which ultimately increases your chances of getting in. Asking questions at the end is also important, as it shows that you’re thoughtful, inquisitive, interested and motivated

  8. Taumantis says

    to be honest… I am software engineer for 10 or more years. I have my own apps in multiple stores and I participated in many other – not mine – succesfull and unsuccesful projects… those unsuccessful was done with use of people with "good education" and those succesful with avg or with lack of it. Ergo.. 5 years is waste of time. 2 years of real work case scenario will give you more.

  9. Julius Tee says

    Is it alright if I accidentally swear in the interview?

  10. yingqi says

    Thanks!!! This video really have me confidence!

  11. Jayson Lee says

    wow. Lol well in the US its start now find out later

  12. Monmamen says

    I'm not smart

  13. Robert says

    Just saying there is a much easier way to approach that question. What happens (in a right triangle) when you shift your acute angle form large to small? You will see that the opposite side goes to zero and the other sides stay at one: soh, cah, toa … sine = opp/hyp = 0/1 = 0 and cos = adj/hyp = 1/1 = 1.

  14. James Anthony says

    Smile clickbait

  15. Nautilus1972 says

    ASking a computer science student to graph Sin[x] is ridiculous. Absolute balderdash. This has NOTHING to do with computer science. I'm a Comp sci graduate, any maths required for a program you're designing can be researched. This is a maths or Engineering interview.

  16. reinplat says

    Shouldn't he have given him a triggor warning?

  17. Ian Park says

    this looks like literal hell

  18. zdenko sapina says

    damn those guys are from numberphile xD

  19. yikes likes says

    These are 7th grade stuff wtf

  20. Finlay Hutchinson says

    I hope they ask me questions like this doesnt seem too hard

  21. Gar Sm says

    Computer science? What a load of bollocks. And loads of those myths about interviews are true. They might throw you a rugby ball.

  22. Ezra Fairclough says

    Posh wanker

  23. david witte says

    I have interview with Harvard University in a few months… i'm so nervous…

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