27 Common Experimentation & Testing Interview Questions

In this post, you will find 27 experimentation and testing interview questions to use during candidate interviews for your next role or to add to your own interview process.

  1. What are experimentation and testing?
  2. What are some of the common experiment types you conduct?
  3. What were some of the most successful experiments that you have conducted?
  4. How do you determine the success of an experiment?
  5. How do you know if the experiment was a failure or not?
  6. Do you have any examples of experiments that have failed? What did you learn from them?
  7. What are the tools for experimentation and testing?
  8. What is a control group and why do we need it in experiments?
  9. What is your process for designing experiments and testing new ideas?
  10. What are some of the most important things you look for when you're conducting experiments?
  11. How do you make sure you have enough data to make a decision?
  12. What sort of tools do you use to design and run experiments?
  13. What is the most interesting experiment you've conducted?
  14. What are some ways that you could test your hypothesis?
  15. What are some of the most important factors you consider when designing an experiment?
  16. How do you decide how much time to spend on each factor?
  17. What is the most important thing to consider when creating a new experiment?
  18. What are your favourite tools for designing experiments?
  19. Do you have any tips for effective experimentation?
  20. What are the biggest challenges you've faced in this role?
  21. What's the biggest problem with running experiments or tests?
  22. How do you know when to stop running experiments or tests?
  23. What is the difference between experimentation and testing?
  24. What are the benefits of experimentation over-testing?
  25. How did you get into this industry?
  26. What do you like least about your job?
  27. Tell me about a time when you were extremely frustrated at work and how you overcame it.