Problem of the day
Tip 1 : Be consistent.
Tip 2 : Do your research well and be clear with what you're targeting. For example, for SDE roles, applied DS knowledge is more important but for tech consulting roles, theory is preferred.
Tip 3 : Clear your concepts with Data structures before moving to core subjects like CN, DBMS and OS.
Tip 4 : Make atleast 3 projects and be clear with what each of them does along with their code and other functionality.
Tip 1 : Do not lie on your resume. There is no point in putting those fancy words on resume if you haven't studied them properly.
Tip 2 : Tailor make your resume according to job description. Look for keywords in the JD and add those to the resume for greater chance of shortlisting.
There were quantitative(30), logical(15) and verbal(20) MCQs on AMCAT platform which had to solved in 75 minutes. It was web proctored. From our college, 1000+ people were eligible, so the test was conducted in 3 slots remotely. A person couldn't go back to the question once answered, neither could sections be skipped or alternated. There was fixed time to solve each section but no fixed time to solve a particular question. After time allocated for a section ellapsed, pointer automatically moved to next section. For Quant section, CAT level practise would suffice. For logical section, a person must apply her logical thinking ability to solve problems Verbal section will be a breeze for people with grasp over English.
This round is similar to 'one minute'. One topic will be assigned randomly. A person will have a minute to think followed by another minute to speak. Their basic motto was to check whether a person can articulate her thoughts well. The round was conducted in afternoon. My topic was 'Smart Vehicles'.
It was held on Zoom and instructions were mailed overnight.
What are you most proud of?
What has been your greatest failure?
Do you have any regrets?
Tip 1 : Be calm and confident.
Tip 2 : Do not lie. It is better to admit that you dont know the answer rather than guessing incorrectly.