Amazon Interview Experience for Fresher SDE - 1, Mar 2021
Tip 1 : You should have excellent problem solving skills
Tip 2 : Code a lot.
Tip 3 : You should be thorough with your concepts of Data Structures and Algorithm.
Tip 4 : Know the complexities of the code that you’ve written.
Tip 1 : Mention your important projects in detail.
Tip 2 : Try to make a single-page resume. Highlight skills, projects, and work experience more than CGPA. Ensure proper spacing and font to maintain professionalism.
Tip 3 : Keep it precise and concise.
Tip 4 : Mention your achievements related to the role you are applying for.
The test was in the morning from 10:00 to 12:00. It was a two-round test. There was a 45-minute MCQ-based Technical and Cognitive Assessment Round. Only those candidates who cleared this round could sit in the next round, a 45-minute coding test. There was a sectional cutoff that needed to be cleared in order to proceed to the coding round. The CoCubes test platform was fairly easy to understan...
Given a number N, find number of primes in the range [1,N].
The only line of input consists of a number N.
Print the number of primes in the range [1,N].
For a given preorder and inorder traversal of a Binary Tree of type integer stored in an array/list, create the binary tree using the given two arrays/lis...
This was a Technical + HR interview. It was in the afternoon around 12 pm. As the role was Data Engineer intern, the interviewer wanted to know whether or not I had built some projects related to this field. Most of the interview went by him asking questions based on my projects. First I was asked to explain about a project then a lot of follow-up questions were asked.
Which tech-stack did you use and why?
What are improvements that can be done to this project and how?
Why do you want this post and how would you be an asset to the team?