Goldman Sachs Interview Experience for Fresher SDE - Intern, Jun 2019
Face to Face
This was face to face interview round. The interviewer was very friendly. He started by asking tell me
something about yourself. I told him about my interest in competitive coding(since I am weak in
probability, I always mentioned competitive coding in my introduction so that the interviewer
asks me coding questions and didn’t move to the probability section).
Given an array/list of integers, “POINTS” containing coordinates ('x', 'y') of ‘N’ points in 2D...
Every story has an Endgame. This is another such story.
Tony Stark and Thanos live in two different islands. Tony wants to reach Thanos's island in minimum time to save the world.
Tip 1 : It is important to practice coding consistently because it is what enables you to solve interview-questions in the stipulated time. But before this, it is even important to have a clear understanding of all the data-structures, so that they can be easily implemented as and when required to solve a problem.
Tip 2 : They do not judge you upon the number of internships you have done or the number of projects you have made. A single,good-quality project is sufficient, provided you have in-depth knowledge about it.
Tip 3 : Practise topic-wise questions, participate in lots of coding contests, watch lots of Youtube solutions even after you could solve a question, because you may find a different approach that is efficient than yours,
Tip 1 : Keep your resume short and clear. Mention your projects and internships with a brief description and year of completion.
Tip 2 : Be very honest and figure out only those things in your resume that you really know.