Problem of the day
Tip 1 : Focus on Communication Skills
Tip 2 : Do atleast 2 projects
Tip 3 : Solve as many questions as possible.
Tip 1 : Put only those things which you are confident that you can answer anything .
Tip 2 : Have some projects on your resume.
For MCQ Round, we have 2 rounds:-
1. Logical Reasoning
2. Mathematical Reasoning
Logical Reasoning, in which there were 12 questions, and for each question we had a time limit of 75 seconds. There was a cut-off of 40 for the next round, and people who qualified were sent an e-mail with a link to continue with the process.
Numerical Reasoning-The questions were in a pair of 3 in which a table/bank statement was given and 3 questions were based on that. The questions were purely based on calculations and semi-subjective. The time given for the 1st question was 90 seconds and for the rest 2 questions, 75 seconds each
For Coding Round,
120 minutes window(Test was of 90 minutes)
We have two questions
For the first question(30 Minutes it can be solved 2 times)
For the second question(60 Minutes)
It was an face to face round.There were 2 interviewers and they asked me coding question and some puzzles and some questions related to my project which was mentioned in my resume.
F(n) = F(n - 1) + F(n - 2),
Where, F(1) = 1, F(2) = 1
25 horses problem
There are 25 horses. What is the minimum number of races needed so you can identify the fastest 3 horses? You can race up to 5 horses at a time, but you do not have a watch.
Egg Dropping problem
It was basically a resume round Interviewer went through my resume throughly and asked me about the things mentioned in my resume.
She asked me why do haven't done java to which i replied i have good logics and good understanding of c++ .Learning java is not difficult for me and i only have to learn syntax(be confident in your answer).
She then asked me about my projects and told me to explain them one by one.
So write only those projects which you have made on your own .
In the end she asked if i want to ask anyt...
It was a simple hr round and he asked me basic questions
Some questions asked are-
Why you want to join standard chartered?
Any military background?
Any political background?
Are you willingly to relocate?
About my family and what are there profession?