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It had 5 sections. Personality, Design, Coding, Aptitude, Testing. Personality section had 10 minutes and 60 questions. Design section had 15 questions. Coding section had 2 questions. Aptitude section had 15 questions and they were from moderate to hard level. And Testing had 5 questions. The test was really easy but managing time was the game changer.
Try to spend time efficiently and make good number of attempts in every section. Only Aptitude and Coding sections need separate preparation.
- Question 1: Asked on Java, C, Data Structures, Algorithms, Puzzles, Paper Coding
Interview focuses on basics. The interviewer was supportive.
Stick do your basics and prepare for them really well. Be attentive.
- Question 1: Asked on C, Java, DBMS, Data Structures, Algorithms, Puzzles
There was no level difference between the first interview and the second, both were of the same level. The interviewer was highly supportive. He was more excited than me when I told the correct answer. He was giving me some hints in between, clinging onto the hints and making out the answers is important. He explained me few things in the interview which I didn't know and then asked me questions on it. Discussion on projects I did also went on for 20 minutes or so.
Adding on your views to the discussion would always help and show your communication skills also. Don't leave the interview ask a question-answer type of session. Your resume matters. Know about everything you have written in your resume in a depth such that you can build on at least a 10 minute discussion.
- Question 1: This was a managerial round
Had a good discussion on the projects I was doing, on the courses I took, my interests and everything that was written in my resume.
Go with a clear and fresh mind. Show that you are interested in the company and how your interests align with the company.
Had good and fruitful discussion about everything. My parents, behavior, interests, schooling, college, studies, extra circulars, co-circulars, projects and about the company-we had talked about all these things.
Just talk your heart out. Don't try to bluff and never ever try to impress. Get the discussion going. Add your views to whatever the hr says. Not for just this round but after every round think of some questions you want to ask the interviewer and have them at the back of your mind. When given the opportunity ask them. Don't ask just for the sake of asking. Everyone has some genuine questions to ask, just think over them and ask them later on.
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