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New MVP9
Jan 8 21 Comments

Recently, I gave fb onsite - it went really well, I thought I will have an offer for sure.
To my surprise few days later recruiter rejected me without any feedback.

I cant get over it, it went so well and smooth and still rejection.
I just want to know where it went wrong, if someone can look that up for me in their portal or something.

current TC ~ 350k

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  • Amazon zVjh74
    Dude that’s super confidential information that no one on an anonymous forum is going to risk their job to give you.

    Based on your post, sounds like FB made the right decision.
    Jan 8 2
    • New MVP9
      OP
      oh so you are one of those guys.
      Jan 8
    • OP, we can understand your disappointment but you can do self assessment. A lot of times we do mistakes at interviews thinking everything is correct. May be something at technical or behavioral or design.

      First thing is everyone doesn’t have access to internal feedback to candidates, recruiters might have. Even if someone has the access, he won’t do it for you.
      Jan 8
  • Amazon zVjh74
    Yes. One of those guys that won’t risk their job to share confidential internal data externally.

    Maybe ask your recruiter?
    Jan 8 2
    • New MVP9
      OP
      you are clueless dude, STOP giving any advice. value others time. at least stop posting here.
      Jan 8
    • For a clueless person they surely have a lot of likes from people that agree with their posts
      Jan 8
  • Facebook troitroi
    Sorry to hear!

    Why would someone violate policies heavily to do something that is not reasonable?

    Only bc you feel it went well doesn’t mean it actually did go well. I understand the need for feedback, though.
    Jan 8 0
  • Docker Jan2
    I think Facebook goes for unanimity, everyone has to say yes. I had a similar experience and Facebook still calls me for new interviews 4 years later. I don’t go because I figure the result probably wouldn’t change.
    Jan 8 1
    • Facebook troitroi
      That’s a fair decision on your end to make. Whatever you think is best for you.
      Jan 8
  • Amazon Mmmmh
    Another code guru that can't figure out his ego problem and can't be part of a team
    Jan 8 0
  • Facebook Iff
    Consider checking your ego.
    Jan 8 0
  • This is odd. FB is notorious for providing thorough feedback. I would ask the recruiter, if they don’t give it to you you can request a copy of your data by executing your GDPR rights (it works)
    Jan 8 2
    • Uber pt0
      I thought GDPR rights only extends if you are in Europe
      Jan 8
    • maybe OP is in Europe, many people are
      Jan 8
  • Move on and get over it. What you are asking for is breaking confidentiality.
    Jan 8 0
  • Cruise Automation status_204
    OP instead of asking this question on Blind you should ask recruiter who worked with you for a feedback. You are wasting your time on Blind with this
    Jan 8 0
  • Bloomberg NMql12
    technical prowess isn't everything. Communication and attitude play a huge role too. Just my 2 cents.
    Jan 8 0

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