Accolite Interview Experience | On-Campus 2020

Round 1:

  • MCQ Test: The test was conducted on the Eduthrill platform. Questions were based on Operating Systems, DBMS, Computer Networks, Algorithms, and time complexities (30 minutes for 30 MCQs)

Round 2:

Round 3: Technical interview for around 60 minutes

  1. Tell me about yourself.
  2. Questions related to my project.
  3. Difference between JavaScript and Node JS.
  4. OOPs concepts
  5. Difference between the linked list and array.
  6. He asked me to write the following code on a notepad:
    • Height of a Tree
    • Count the number of nodes in a tree.
    • Binary Search in an Array.
    • Reverse a string (I was asked to run this code on an online IDE).
  7. What is join and explain about types of joins?
  8. What is Unique Key?
  9. What is indexing and working of it, also types of indexing?.
  10. Do you have any questions for me?

Round 4: Technical interview for around 50 minutes.

  1. Tell me about yourself.
  2. Explain about your recent project.
  3. Rest whole round went on discussing a single question:

Minimum Number of Refueling Stops (Greedy)

(What is the least number of refueling stops the car must make in order to reach its destination?)

Verdict: Selected

My advice to all the candidates who are going to appear for an interview in the coming weeks or months is to stay calm and confident during the entire process. You can deliver your best only when you are calm and composed. In my opinion, the companies not only test you on your technical knowledge but also on, how you interact during the interview and handle a difficult situation.

The master tip to each and every aspirant is to keep interacting with the interviewer, think aloud so that the interviewer gets to know your approach.

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