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SDE - Intern
Apple
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2 rounds | 3 Coding problems
Interview preparation journey
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Preparation
Duration: 12 months
Topics: Data structures, OOPS, Algorithms, Operating System, DBMS
Tip
Tip

Tip 1 : Data structures and algorithms are the most fundamental and important thing to prepare.
Tip 2 : Don't ignore OOPS.
Tip 3 : Solve DSA questions regularly.

Application process
Where: Campus
Eligibility: above 6.5 cgpa, only CS and ECE branch allowed
Resume Tip
Resume tip

Tip 1 : Avoid unnecessary details like hobbies, date of birth, parent's name, photo, etc., and keep it one-pager.
Tip 2 : Add a link to your GitHub, LinkedIn, website, phone number, etc.

Interview rounds
01
Round
Hard
Video Call
Duration45 minutes
Interview date10 Mar 2021
Coding problem2

Interview was conducted at zoom in the evening hours.

1. Max GCD Pair
Moderate
35m average time
75% success
0/80
Asked in companies
Phone PeAppleVisa

You are given an array of positive integers. Find the GCD(Greatest Common Divisor) of a pair of elements such that it is maximum among all possible pairs. GCD(a, b) ...

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2. Kevin and his Fruits
Moderate
25m average time
75% success
0/80
Asked in companies
OLX GroupAppleAmazon

Kevin has ‘N’ buckets each consisting of some fruits. Kevin wants to eat at least ‘M’ fruits and so, he decided to set a marker (integer) as...

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02
Round
Medium
HR Round
Duration30 minutes
Interview date20 Mar 2021
Coding problem1

This round was scheduled in the morning hours from 10:30 to 11 am. The interviewer was cool-minded and I really enjoyed talking to him.

1. Basic Questions

What is expectation from this job?

What are your hobbies?

Some puzzles.

Problem approach

his puzzle usually seems like a tough one to answer, but solving it once makes one realize that the procedure was actually simple. If the candidate pulls out 2 red balls, he replaces them with a blue ball.
On the other hand, if he draws one red and one blue, it is replaced with a red one. This implies that the red ball would always be in odd numbers, whether the candidate removes 2 together,...

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