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Adobe Assessments

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Founded in 1982, Adobe Inc. (formerly Adobe Systems Incorporated) is a global computer software company based in America.

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Technical Assessment

If you do well on the phone interview you’ll be asked to take the technical assessment.

Split into two parts, it includes an aptitude and logic section which lasts 45 minutes and contains 45 questions (on areas including logical and numerical reasoning).

The second part of the test is the technical and coding section, which allows 75-120 minutes to answer 15-20 questions.

Numerical Reasoning

The test covers topics ranging from percentages to profit and loss calculation, the numerical reasoning questions you’ll encounter are designed to see how comfortable you are with basic mathematical principles, and how accurately you can work through the questions while under tight time pressure.

Situational Judgement

Situational judgement questions are designed to assess how well a candidate is likely to fit into a particular company or role, by asking them to respond to hypothetical workplace challenges.

You’ll be given a series of statements and asked to choose the reaction or response most similar to yours. This helps the hiring manager to get a better idea of your working style, and understand how well you’re likely to gel with the culture and pace of life at Adobe.

Verbal Reasoning

Verbal reasoning questions look at how strong your comprehension and literacy skills are.

You’ll be asked to read a passage of text before answering questions on the information in front of you.

No prior knowledge of the subject is required, you’ll just need to show you can read quickly while extracting key pieces of information, as well as being able to recognise the difference between fact and inference.

Logical Reasoning

Logical reasoning questions are popular in many job hiring processes.

They seek to understand how good a candidate is at using logic to solve problems, find rules or patterns in seemingly random pieces of information, and keep calm under pressure.

Usually non-verbal and non-numerical, logical reasoning questions will focus on puzzles and image or pattern interpretation.

Technical And Coding

The technical and coding section of the test is designed to see how comfortable you are working with code and technical detail.

Hosted on the HackerRank platform, the test consists of starter questions on coding, before moving onto multiple choice questions where you’ll be asked to interpret the code provided for you.

It’s important to note that Adobe prefers to use Java, C and C++, but you will be able to take this section in a programming language of your choice.

While you won’t be penalised for any unanswered questions, you will be rated on how fast and how accurate you are.

Onsite Interview

The final stage of the process is the onsite interview (which will either be onsite or virtual, depending on current restrictions). It’s a long day, consisting of six-eight hours of back-to-back sessions — each one usually lasting around 45 minutes.

The day will start with four technical interviews, including two coding-focused, one on system design and one on object-oriented design.

These interviews focus on whiteboard coding, so it’s important you’re able to articulate your thought processes, explain why you made certain decisions, and talk about what you might expect an outcome to be.

This will be followed up with a final HR interview, which looks to understand your behaviours and how well you’re likely to do at Adobe.

You might be asked about your working style, how you deal with conflict or why you’re a unique candidate. As well as more traditional interview questions such as why you want to work at Adobe, and where you see yourself in five years’ time.

Practice Aptitude Tests is not associated with Adobe. We provide preparation services for Adobe psychometric tests. Our tests are not designed to be identical to any style, employer or industry. Visit https://www.adobe.com/careers.html to find out more.

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