Microsoft | Fresher | On Campus | Aug 2020 | Offer

Posted: 21 Nov 2020
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Rahul Garg
Punjab Engineering College(Deemed To be University)
Computer Science Engineering
9.43 CGPA


2-3 months
Data Structures, Algorithms, OOPS, Operating System, Database Management, C++, or Java (proficient in anyone) Computer Networks.
Preparation Tip

Tip 1 : I would suggest practicing as many questions on data structures and algorithms as you can because it is the question practice that would help you in building your concepts strong. I practiced a lot of questions on InterviewBit and completed all modules of data structures and algorithms because there you can find the recent interview questions that you should know. 
Tip 2 : If you have time for your interviews, I would recommend going through Leetcode as it has a good variety of questions sorted on topic wise difficulty level where you can try to solve at least 20-30 questions for each data structure and algorithm. Moreover, you should regularly participate in the weekly contests happening there so that you could know about your weak areas to improve.
Tip 3 : Along with coding you should be clear about some basic concepts of Operating systems and Databases that would help in your interviews. One more thing is that do some good research about the company's goal and vision and be prepared to ask some company-related queries that show your interest in the company.

Application Process

Above 8 CGPA
Resume Tip

Tip 1 : Your Resume should consist of mainly skills, projects, and achievements. Projects would play a crucial part in your interview and you should have at least one most relevant and good project that shows how strong your concepts are in development. 
Tip 2 : The most important tip is that never lie on your resume and like If you have worked upon some technology for the project part only and don't know the proper depth you could write basics only in your resume.

Interview Process

Round 1

90 minutes
Round Type:
Online Coding Test
6 Aug 2020

The round consists of 3 coding questions and the test was conducted on mettl platform. There was no sectional time limit for the coding questions. Every student got randomly 3 coding questions and none of the students got the same set of questions. The test was online with audio and video both on for continuous monitoring.

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