When it comes to preparing for interviews there's no real secret. You have to learn the material and practice.
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These resources are the ideal to brush up on Frontend related topics. Before diving into practice questions it's best to review or learn Frontend specific material.
Even though this book is higher level than the previous two, it's worth reading. After reviewing the previous low level books applying that to design patterns should bring everything together.
If you're already very familiar with data structures it's worth skipping this. Depending on the type of Frontend job you're looking for Itsy Bitsy Data Structures may not be completely relevant -- although, it will strengthen any developers approach to programming.
This is where it all comes together. Go through as many practice problems as you can. There's no secret to it other than time, effort, and repetition. If you don't know an answer spend extra time understanding it.
David Shariff quiz
The Front End Web Development Quiz from David Shariff is more fun than realistic. A lot of the questions are specific nuggets of information that are generally not asked in real interviews. Go through this one and have some fun, but don't be too worried about your score.
TripleByte online quiz should only be done if you are serious about applying to a company they partner with. Their Frontend interview process if real and can lead to a potential job offer.
These questions are meant to reflect real interview questions you would get from interviewing at Facebook or Airbnb. Try your best to solve the questions without looking up answers. Break the problem down into small pieces and start solving from there.
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