Problem of the day
Tip 1 : Having proper knowledge over Data Structures and Algorithms is crucial. Have your concepts cleared and then select one coding platform( for example, leetcode, CodeZen, GeeksForGeeks) and try to practice at least 5 questions everyday topic-wise. I completed around 300+ questions on leetcode, 100+ questions on geeks for geeks and around 30-40 problems on InterviewBit.
Tip 2 : Focus on time and space complexity. Students usually ignore this fact. However, you should think about how you can optimize your code further. Hence, instead of trying to solve more problems, try to analyze it.
Tip 3 : It sometimes gets easy to demotivate but you need to keep practicing daily. Don't cut down your sleep and diet. Healthy lifestyle and personality development also plays a crucial part.
Tip 1 : Do not mention those skills, projects or achievements which you haven't achieved. The interviewer is intelligent enough to verify them.
Tip 2 : Do not keep your resume too long, and do not mention irrelevant details. One page resume for an intern is enough.
Tip 3 : Have projects related to the field which you are applying for, this shows you are already experienced in the field.
The test was conducted at 11 am in Hackerearth and was of 90 minutes. The time was enough to solve both the questions as well as the MCQ's. It consisted of 2 coding questions and 10 MCQs. The level of questions was medium and the mcqs ranged from easy to difficult.
After clearing the coding round, Video call Interview was conducted at 12 pm. The interviewer was cooperative and gave hints whenever I stuck upon any question.
I already gave the technical round so I wasn't that nervous. Also the interviewer was patiently listening the answers. It seemed like a normal conversation.
It was the last round. 15 students were selected for this round. I was tired since I already gave 2 interviews.