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Futures First Trainee market analyst interview

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Rahul PittyFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Kanpur for Trainee market analyst role at Futures First
Interview Process
Test HR Interview
Round 1

Test

Interview Experience
1st test had only mathematical calculations, since it was only 6 minute test so I did not wasted my time in selecting the questions, I went on and solved the first 25 out of 40. 2nd test had math and DI questions for 30 minutes; I tried to do selected questions this time. Preparations for CAT helped me lot in doing this test. The company had an absolute cutoff in both the tests.
Round 2

HR Interview

Interview Experience
“Why trading and not aerospace?” the very first question fired on me, I gave a positive answer stating why I find finance more interesting instead of saying anything negative about aerospace. What is 77^3, 141^2 etc some of the verbal calculative questions asked in between, although these are very uncomfortable questions I tried to kept my composure and gave an approximate answer to these questions which was acceptable. Some simple puzzles were asked. After some time the interviewer started pitching for me and telling me stuffs about the company, this is where I was almost sure of an offer. There was no 2nd of interview for me.
General Tips
At the beginning of the 7th sem I had made up my mind that I don’t want to do MS or Phd but I was still confused between MBA and job. So I decided to prepare for both, which later on I realized that there was a lot common in the preparation of the two. After deciding this, the next question that came to my mind was ‘what kind of job I want?’ To answer this question I needed to develop basic market knowledge about the various sectors and the companies in those sectors which I did by regularly updating myself through newspapers, internet, business magazines etc. At least a month before the placements I was sure that I

would apply only for consulting and finance profiles, since there were more than 5 companies on a single day so having a preference helped me focus better and do well in the interviews.



Resumes: It is the very first test of your creativity by any company and is equally important like any interview. I tried to add some spikes in my resume which is required for both consultancies as well as finance. I started making my resume in September and after hundreds of changes and feedbacks from the seniors (which is most important) and it took me more than a month, so start with resume as early as possible.



PPTs: The most important thing that you learn in ppts is the details of the work profile which you won't find anywhere else. It is the best place to get an answer to all the questions in your mind. So I would suggest you to try and attend as many ppts as possible not because of the compulsion in attendance but for its

benefits. In any ppt make sure that the company tells you the breakup of the compensation package as there are many hidden expenses included in the package.



Preparation: This is the most important input in getting a good job. This basically includes 3 things,



Group Discussions: We used to make a group of 8-10 within our department and sometimes in my wing and discussed on any topic for 15-20 minutes. It would be just like a bulla session but in English and an element of formality involved in it. After the GDs the participants gave the feedback to each other which was most important. For GDs try to keep yourself updated with the current affairs coz most of the times the topics are related to recent happenings. And one more thing don’t feel shy or left out, say whatever you want to say even if you think that the discussion is chaotic.



Case Studies: Make a group of 3-4 people one would be the interviewer, an interviewee and the rest to just watch and would give the feedback at the end. Take up any case from the numerous case books available on the LAN and conduct such sessions. How ever tough or easy the case may be you always learn how to structure the problems and the basic knowledge which is applicable in most of the cases. Do solve lot of puzzles, this will further add to your logical thinking. This can be best done while you go to the canteen every night because a discussion can add a lot dimensions to it.



Personal Interviews: The basic mantra for a PI is to show a positive body language, be cheerful and speak confidently. This basically involves the HR questions and questions related to the stuffs written in your resume. This round is conducted by every company irrespective of whether it is a core or a non core company. I prepared myself for general questions and also participated in various one on one interviews with my friends, initially I thought that such interviews with friends won’t be a formal one but I was wrong, it helped me a lot later on.



Workshops: There would be numerous workshops conducted by the companies and the SPO. Don't miss

out on any of them as it is the most easy and effective way to learn.
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Futures First Trainee market analyst interview

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Sriman Raja KandulaFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at NIT Raipur for Trainee market analyst role at Futures First
Interview Process
Test HR Interview Stress Interview
Round 1

Test

Duration
29 Minutes
No. of Questions
75 questions
Test Sections
  • Section 1: Calculations/Speed Math
  • Section 2: Logical Reasoning
  • Section 3: Calculations/Speed Math
Interview Experience
The questions were basic but speed was tested throughout the paper. Accuracy matters a lot as many questions were having negative scores fr wrong answers.
Interview Tips
Start with a cool mind and just skip anything that even seems to take time; you can come to it afterwards. Answer only if you are damn sure of the solution.
Round 2

HR Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Tell me something about yourself that is not there in your resume.
  • Question 2: What are your achievements until now?
  • Question 3: What are your hobbies?
  • Question 4: Who is your inspiration?
  • Question 5: What is it that you have learnt in these years as student?
  • Question 6: Do you want to ask something?
Interview Experience
The first interview was very very cool. I was very much comfortable with the interviewer. All he wanted to know was the real me. He was asking questions to open up myself, completely.
Interview Tips
Be Honest. Be yourself. Never try to manipulate in such kind of free going interview, because they already know what you would answer if you were frank enough.
Round 3

Stress Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Introduce Yourself.
  • Question 2: Why should we take you?
  • Question 3: What is so different about you that makes you stand out of the crowd waiting outside?
  • Question 4: Tell me the sum of all the digits of your mobile number.
  • Question 5: Your CGPA is very low. How do you justify this?
  • Question 6: How risk taking are you? (situation based questions)
  • Question 7: How many cubes are there in a Rubik's cube?(related to hobbies)
  • Question 8: Would you go for Higher Studies?
  • Question 9: What do you know about Futures and Share Markets?
  • Question 10: How much is 19x21? (asked in very serious and stress-inducing manner)
Interview Experience
The Stress Interview is really an interview of a lifetime. The interviewer always showed unsatisfactory expressions. Yet he was throwing me with manipulative questions. All I was able to do is bear a shameless smile throughout the interview. Hobbies were also an interesting subject for questioning.
Interview Tips
Being honest is necessary, but Diplomacy plays a very huge role. They try to corner you with your own answers. So chose your words carefully. Even humiliation may be used  by them as a weapon. Just stay calm and cool. Be confidant about whatever you say. Confidence is the Key to Performance.
Skills

Skills Tested

Skill Tips
Any kind of tension would spoil the interviews. So stay as cool as possible.
Resources

Preparation materials

Books
  • Think Without Ink,
General Tips
Self Belief is a must. Confidence shows your stability during decision making. Less or no preparation is a must.
Motivation for applying
My skillset steered me towards such a job profile.
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Futures First Financial analyst interview

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Raja SekharFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Madras for Financial analyst role at Futures First
Interview Process
Test Trade moghul usly(online simulation of trading) Interview
Round 1

Test

Duration
30 Minutes
No. of Questions
50 questions
Test Sections
  • Section 1: 30 Questions of Analytical Aptitude
  • Section 2: 20 Questions Speed Maths
Interview Experience
I did well in speed matth part but i felt I could have done better in analytical aptitude. They have questions like od man out in picture format which i didn't expect.
Interview Tips
Practice speed math 1 day before. You can get some tests online (just google). There are cutoffs for each section, so dont neglect any section.
Ideal time - Speed math 5-7 min
aptitude 20-25 min
Round 2

Trade moghul usly(online simulation of trading)

Interview Experience
We were asked to take part in trade moghul, Company's trading competition for one week on a crude oil. I have started playing it as it is part of selection process but later i have enjoyed it and took part for almost 6-7 hrs a day.
Interview Tips
Just enjoy making profit or loss. The values will be real time but money is not. So play for fun. They take it seriously. They dont mind if you make profit or loss. They jus want to check your patience.
Round 3

Interview

Interview Experience
I have had 4 rounds of interview. First one is rapid round. In this they will ask you questions very fast that you cannot settle and make up your mind and then answer. They ask even normal stuff like capitals of countries, Presidents of countries and some speed math which you have to answer instantly
2-4 rounds: These 3 rounds are stress rounds where they say you are useless and will not have a career if you join this company and they say you are not good at this and that and try to put you in pressure. In pressure they test how your mind works and how smart you think. For example they ask you to see around in room then change topic and ask you to close eyes and ask how many switches are there in room. They give you some situation and will test you how you behave in those conditions. We all know that no interviewer ,how bad the interview is ,will not say you are not good and will not say you will be a failure. So for all the words they say I was just saying to myself that they are just trying to make me feel the pressure and I have also started to enjoy with them. I would definitely say that this was my most enjoyed interview.
Interview Tips
Just be yourself. Dont act and keep saying to yourself that they are just saying bad things to make you feel the pressure. Play trade moghul as it reflects your intrest in trading
General Tips
Be cool. They are not here to test your english ability. They need people with good math skill and who works under pressure
Motivation for applying
Individual performance is directly proportional to the bonus you get.
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Futures First Trainee market analyst interview

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Karthikeya ReddyFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Kharagpur for Trainee market analyst role at Futures First
Interview Process
Test Interview Interview
Round 1

Test

Duration
25 Minutes
No. of Questions
45 questions
Test Sections
  • Section 1: Multiple choice questions based on logical reasoning
  • Section 2: Fill in the blank type questions (calculations)
Interview Experience
Logical reasoning questions were pretty simple.

Calculations were very basic, completely based on BODMAS. (example 91/41 upto 3 significant digits)
Interview Tips
The time available for each question is very limited. Try to complete all the logical reasoning questions (these are scoring and less prone to errors).
Round 2

Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Strengths and weakness
  • Question 2: Why do you want to join Futures First ?
  • Question 3: One good reason to select you ?
  • Question 4: Hobbies and interests ?
  • Question 5: If not futures first, which company would you like to join and why ?
  • Question 6: If you don't find the work interesting, would you leave the company ?
  • Question 7: What makes you think that you are fit for this role ?
  • Question 8: Facts about the company.
  • Question 9: Rate yourself in mental math, logical reasoning on the scale of ten.
  • Question 10: Guess Estimate
Interview Experience
I had no knowledge of trading. I did not attend the company's Preplacement talk.
We had a lot of talk on my hobbies and interests and i explained him the reason i wanted to work in futures first. I could not complete the Guess estimate but i explained him the way to arrive at the solution.
Interview Tips
The interviewer does not expect you to have a strong knowledge on trading but expects you to have interest in learning new things. Try to explain that you are more interested in learning, you have excelled in areas you're interested in and that you are very excited to work for them. What ever you say, be confident.
Round 3

Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Three reasons you would not want to join futures first ?
  • Question 2: Why is your CG so low (this will be the same even if your CGPA is 9)
  • Question 3: You are not consistent in your academics. We don't think you can survive in our company ?
  • Question 4: One achievement in your life you are proud of ?
Interview Experience
The interviewer tried to bluff me telling that i got very less marks in the qualifying test and was just and the cut off. I was very confident that i would get more than what he was telling, So I said that there might be some error in correction and i would definitely get more than that. The interviewer actually like my confidence and my sincerity. (I rated myself very poor in mental math but i explained that i can calculate very quickly given me a piece of paper). I did not hesitate to tell them that i would leave the company if i don't find the work interesting.
Interview Tips
The main aim of this round is to test your breaking point, so if you could stretch you limits here, its very easy to qualify this round. But answer every question logically because there will be a lot of follow up questions.
Resources

Preparation materials

Books
  • CAT books,
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Futures First Trader interview

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AswanExperiencedSelected
Application
I Applied for job through Campus recruitment for Trader role at Futures First
Interview Process
Resume Shortlist Test Test Stress Interview Stress Interview
Round 1

Resume Shortlist

Interview Experience
I guess they have shortlisted more or less 80-90% of the applications for the written test
Round 2

Test

Duration
5 Minutes
No. of Questions
30 questions
Test Sections
  • Section 1: Quick Math
Interview Experience
They will ask you to solve 30 numerical questions in 5 minutes.Its all about getting to know your zeal for numbers
Interview Tips
There are several quick math tests available online and having some practice doing them will help
Round 3

Test

Duration
30 Minutes
No. of Questions
30 questions
Test Sections
  • Section 1: Quantitative and Anaytical
Interview Experience
This test has 30 questions and you are given 30 minutes.the difficulty of the questions would be more or less similar to CAT.
Interview Tips
If you are already preparing for CAT,it will help you big time
Round 4

Stress Interview

Interview Experience
The interviewer tried to create stress from the minute I entered his room.After formal introduction about myself ,he asked me few questions about the courses I did in finance.He started to argue that I am wrong with one of my answers in Accounting,but I was quite sure that I am right.He asked me to prove that I am right.I requested him to allow me to go back to my room and get that accounting book.He allowed me to leave and said that I need not come back if I am wrong.I had a few tense seconds and then I decided to leave as I was quite sure about my answer.I got that book from my room and ca,e back to prove that I am right.He was impressed with my confidence and risk taking ability.He went on to ask me about global economic situations,the crisis of 2008 and some other general questions.
Interview Tips
I don't think there will be such an emphasis about finance in the interview.I had few courses and I initiated the conversations as I had prepared to talk about them.It will be a stress interview and they might test you with puzzles and numbers in the middle of the interview.Be calm,confident and honest.
Round 5

Stress Interview

Interview Experience
The second interview started and there was an awkward silence for the next 5 minutes(The longest 5 minutes I ever had till then).The interviewer was looking at his phone,ordered for a coffee and then had a look at my resume.Then, he remained silent for the next couple of minutes again after which he finally started conversing with me.He told me a 10 digit number
Resources

Preparation materials

Courses
  • Economics Courses,
  • Accounting And Finance,
  • FRM Level 1 Certification,
  • NCFM Certification,
  • CFA Certification,
General Tips
Be yourself.If you have what it takes to work there,they will not miss you
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Futures First Trainee market analyst interview

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Indraneel PiseFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Jodhpur for Trainee market analyst role at Futures First
Interview Process
Test Technical Interview Puzzle Interview
Round 1

Test

Duration
36 mins Minutes
No. of Questions
60 questions
Test Sections
  • Section 1: Aptitude 30 questions in 30 minutes
  • Section 2: Calculation based questions 30 questions in 6 minutes
Interview Experience
Section 1 - Quant, basic mathematics and return calculations(finance). Level lower than CAT.
Section 2 - Simple calculation based questions. 4*4 multiplication, divisions, squares, cubes, square roots etc. No options and less time, so one needs to be very fast and accurate.
115 students appeared for the test at our institute.
9 were shortlisted after the test.
Interview Tips
If you are preparing for CAT, you won't have any problem clearing it. Also take a look at return calculations since it is not part of CAT syllabus.
For the people not preparing for CAT, brush up basic mathematics and take a look at questions from aptitude book for placement tests(Agarwal).
Practice vedic maths for section 2.
Round 2

Technical Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: What do you know about trading?
  • Question 2: What is algorithmic trading?(My B.Tech project is algo trading related)
  • Question 3: What is the probability of you getting selected today?(Guesstimate)
  • Question 4: What is the number of cars passing per day on the road(I could watch the road from the window for 2 minutes)? (Guesstimate)
  • Question 5: If given 5 lakh rupees now, what will you do with it?
Interview Experience
Mostly resume based since I had multiple projects in finance and trading.
9 students appeared for the interview, 3 shortlisted.
Interview Tips
Be through with your projects. Practice guesstimates and display your approach in a tabular form to the interviewer. Try to show enthusiasm towards enterpreneurship.
Round 3

Puzzle Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Matchstick puzzle
  • Question 2: Counting triangles and quadrilaterals
  • Question 3: Pirate puzzle
  • Question 4: Why futures first?
  • Question 5: Why non-core job?
  • Question 6: Are you okay with long working hours?
Interview Experience
It was a mixture of puzzles and HR questions.
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Futures First Trainee market analyst interview

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Ankush. Raghuvanshi.FresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at IIT Bombay for Trainee market analyst role at Futures First
Interview Process
Resume Shortlist Test HR Interview
Round 1

Resume Shortlist

Interview Experience
I listed down my achievements and key projects undertaken and then prioritized them in order of importance. I read the Be prepared material of batch 2006 and also saw a few resumes of senior students to understand the structure of an ideal resume. I attended pre-placement talks. I got a brief idea of the various profiles the companies offered and the basic knowledge about the companies. I did not talk to anyone about choosing between jobs/companies but was clear of my priorities. I was most inclined towards joining a finance firm, then a core and the least towards a software
Round 2

Test

Interview Experience
At first stage they conducted a 3 minute test. It checked your calculation speed. 85 people were selected for the 2nd
stage. In 2nd stage they conducted a one hour aptitude test. 33 people were selected for the 3rd stage.
Round 3

HR Interview

Interview Experience
At 3rd stage a half an hour interview was taken of each candidate. 11 people were selected for the fourth stage. At fourth stage again a 25 minutes interview was taken. Finally 3 people were made final offers. In the first interview I was first asked about the academic projects that I had undertaken. Since I had written about a project Related to foreign exchange I was asked about every minute detail in it and some general economic basics like impact of inflation on interest rates etc. Then I was asked some HR questions such as: Why would you join a finance firm inspite of having a technical background? What do you know about our company? what are your strengths? Then I was given a case study to estimate the number of black cars in Calcutta. If someone wants to appear for this company, what all should he/she ideally prepare? He/she should build his aptitude and good calculation skills. He/she should also be clear about what the company is all about. He/she should be clear about every point written in his/her resume
Skills

Skills Tested

Skill Tips
-I was a regular reader of editorials of newspapers like The Hindu, Hindustan Times, Times of India.<br /> I prepared for the CAT exam which was of great use to me in clearing the aptitude tests of various companies. I read the Beprepared material of batch 2006 which helped me to prepare and have the right mindset required for an interview. For test preparation I think practicing the CAT exam based questions individually is of great help to build one’s aptitude for the tests. For GD, preparation in groups with a variety of topics is of great help. For interviews too preparation in groups for different types of HR questions makes one keep a track of how clear his viewpoints are and the regular inputs or feedback from other members improves one’s ability to perform well in an interview.
General Tips
One must be in an impressive formal attire but also comfortable. In spite of the nervousness inside one must keep calm which ultimately will keep your performance at its peak as excessive zeal may lead one into wrong direction.
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Futures First MARKET ANALYST interview

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AnonymousFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus for MARKET ANALYST role at Futures First
Interview Process
Test HR Interview
Round 1

Test

Interview Experience
There were two rounds of written test.
Round 1: 5 minute test based on mathematical calculations
Round 2: 30 minute test based quantitative ability and data Interpretation skills
Their sole purpose was to know whether you are capable of handling mathematical calculations easily and quickly. You just need to practice lots of multiplication, division and other simple stuff so that you become quick during the test.
Round 2

HR Interview

Interview Experience
The HR interview was a very different experience for me. I felt that they were looking for a guy who would fit best in their culture and has the ability not only to take risks but also assess it and mitigate it.

Some of the HR questions that were asked to were:-

Choose between Mahatma Gandhi and Subhash Chandra Bose. I personally, would advise you to go for Mahatma Gandhi. If you go for Bose, they will reject you saying that you have a violent side to your personality which of course is not good for them.
What would you do if you were given 1 lakh and were told to jump off the first floor? 5 lakh for the 2nd floor? 10 for the 3rd floor?
Assess the risk in every situation and then using your reasoning, give the answer. I answered that for the amount of money involved i would jump off the 1st and 2nd floors but not the 3rd floor. At maximum I would break my bones or suffer a few fractures which is good enough for the money.

I give you 5 lakhs right now. Go and kiss the girl standing outside. Will you take the risk?
I said yes I will. She will slap me on the face or maybe get a complaint registered against me with the Dean. It will be a fair deal for the money involved.

Calculate 1292 within 15 seconds (without the pen of course).
657*53 within 15 seconds (again without the pen).
The interviewer asked me the length of the room. I said that it was around 18 feet. He asked me to convince him of the same.
I said, "Sir, my height is about 6 feet. So if I lie down 3 times along the length that should be enough reason for you to get convinced”. So I lied down on the floor along the length of the room thrice.

Besides this they also asked me some HR questions like why should we hire you, what are your goals and why are you suitable for the company. There were few other HR questions as well which were not so different form the regular ones.

Overall it was a very good interview experience. They were looking for people who can take risks and were not hesitant to take an initiative and then back their decision with sound thought process.
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Futures First Trainee market analyst interview

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Shakti PrasadFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at NIT Rourkela for Trainee market analyst role at Futures First
Interview Process
Test Puzzle Interview HR Interview Stress Interview
Round 1

Test

Duration
29 Minutes
No. of Questions
75 questions
Test Sections
  • Section 1: General Maths Test (Aptitude)
  • Section 2: Logical Reasoning
Interview Experience
questions are easy. time constraint plays a critical role.
Interview Tips
practice a lot of problems on similar lines. IndiaBix, etc sites have such problems for pratice
Round 2

Puzzle Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: How many tubelights are there in the room?
  • Question 2: What's the color of the wall behind you?
  • Question 3: What's the number of AC vents in the room?
Interview Experience
One gotta pay attention to whatever is being asked.
Interview Tips
Relax a bit , hear and listen to the question properly. give some time. answer
Round 3

HR Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: Hobby/interest
  • Question 2: weakness
  • Question 3: what have you learnt in the past that has made you the person you're
Interview Experience
good interactive session
Interview Tips
be yourself. a bit of exposure to these sort of questions helps
Round 4

Stress Interview

Interview Questions
  • Question 1: 3 digit * 3 digit in 10 secs
  • Question 2: you would fail! then what?
  • Question 3: what do u really know about FF? Is it a sort of gamble?
  • Question 4: etc
Interview Tips
be calm. keep a smile on your face. don't over-react
Resources

Preparation materials

Videos
  • sear5ch for life of a trader,
Courses
  • Check Cousera,
General Tips
Regular practice. Soft Skill development. smile. stress handling capacity. good prep for HR questions. Confidence
Motivation for applying
Lot to learn. Market Analysis is the base for any business. The entire process of preparing will get you acquainted with terms and theory that might help you in MBA interviews. Also MONEY! :D
Funny Moments
I was almost done with in 5 minutes as they were pretty tired and had almost rejected me. They asked me if i had any final questions.. I replied "Do you want to have an RJ in your company?"And the interview starts again. :)
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Futures First Trainee market analyst interview

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Shakti Prasad BadajenaFresherSelected
Application
I was interviewed on-campus at NIT Rourkela for Trainee market analyst role at Futures First
Interview Process
Test Group Discussion Technical Interview Stress Interview
Round 1

Test

Duration
29 Minutes
No. of Questions
75 questions
Test Sections
  • Section 1: Written Round: 75 questions in 29 minutes
Interview Experience
I have a fetish for numbers. So, rather than a month long preparation, requisite effort was there for quite some time and a brief stint with Vedic Maths formulae sufficed. One can always start with the Vedic Math channels in YouTube
Round 2

Group Discussion

Interview Experience
There were no GD
Round 3

Technical Interview

Interview Experience
In the 1st round of interview, the interviewer asked question primarily based on my CV and the form they had asked us to fill up right before the interview
Round 4

Stress Interview

Interview Experience
The 2nd round was basically, a stress interview. They test you by asking to multiply numbers in your head, in let’s say, 10 seconds. Or by giving you fictional scenarios.
Interview Tips
I was in touch with our seniors in the company, who had suggested that, a brief idea about trading and markets would help. I have been following Investopedia for quite
some months. Also, I have been following YouTube channels of Lex Van Dam et al, to know about high pressured trading environments. Ultimately, they were quite helpful
and if you really have interest in knowing these things, you will enjoy the entire prep process
Skills

Skills Tested

Skill Tips
NA
General Tips
I had no interest for going into any of the Core companies. So, I had made up my mind to go into anything but Core or IT. And after going through Futures First job profile and the reviews of some of our alumni placed in the company, it was one company that I was hoping for. So, yes, I am satisfied.
Motivation for applying
Getting placed is more luck than anything else. But, a bit of preparation can always come in handy. I would suggest a constant study of the current happenings in the business world. Reading newspapers and books or following blogs can be of great help.For this company in particular, practicing speed maths is a must as some of us faced questions of 3-digit and 2-digit multiplication to be answered without pen and paper within, 10 seconds. Stay calm for interview, because the key, ultimately, is confidence. Just remember, no one gets anything more than one deserves and before the scheduled time. So, deserve, desire and chill.
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