Problem of the day
Tip 1 : Do at-least 200+ DSA problems from various topics.
Tip 2 : Make 2-3 projects and be well versed with their functionality.
Tip 3 : Practice aptitude problems and time yourself while doing those questions.
Tip 1: Keep your resume short, preferably one pager only.
Tip 2: Mention only position specific projects and if you have a good academic score mention it at top.
It was the first round at 9:30 am in the morning. The test was in our college campus. The questions ranged from logical reasoning, arithmetical ability(work done, profit and loss, speed and distance etc.) to data structures questions and output questions.
The interviewer asked me questions from different data structures like arrays, linked list etc. and puzzles. One numerical from relative speed and distance was also asked.
The given linked list is 1 -> 2 ->...
There are two gates, one to hell and the other to heaven. Two gatekeepers, one for each gate. One of them always speaks the truth and the other always lies but you don’t know which one guards which gate. You are allowed only one question and you need to find out the gate to heaven.
As the role was for Junior Associate: Marketing Strategy and Analysis, the questions asked were guestimates, puzzles and situational questions.
Tip 1: Study guesstimates and know how to frame your answers.
How will you convince a kirana wala to automate his data entry process ( which he does manually in a register) to use a computer for the process ?
Tip 1: Ask all the required questions to approach the problem, location , average customer, size of shop etc.