Accolite Interview Experience | Set 16 (On-Campus)
Round 1 (APTITUDE) :
- 20 mcqs in 30 minutes of time
- -0.25 negative marking
- Questions were from core computer science subjects and one blood relation problem in general section
- The cut was 10/20
Around 700 people attended they selected 20
Round 2 (WRITTEN CODING) :
- 3 written coding questions(one was Left view of a tree) to be solved in one hour of time and i solved two and i was selected for the next round
- In this round out of 20 they selected 10.
Round 3 (TECHNICAL HR-1) :
- I was asked 8 Queens problem
- Given an array find two non repeating elements in linear time complexity and no extra space
Round 4 (TECHNICAL HR-2):
- Basic questions from my resume and projects.
- Search in a row wise and column wise sorted matrix
- One design question.
Round 5 (Technical HR-3):
- The Stock Span Problem
- First i came up with the naive solution and then came up with the idea of using stack.
- In each round the coding that you wrote in the previous rounds will always get passed through and will be analyzed at each rounds.
Round 6 (General HR):
- Basic questions on my resume
- Preferred work places
- What do you expect in Accolite?
- Why Accolite?
- Strengths and Weaknesses
Finally I was the only one who got selected.
- Geeksforgeeks was very helpful and more than enough.Therefore practice hard in GeeksforGeeks
- Practice paper coding because we will get a lot of mistakes while writing the code on paper.
- There requires a slight amount of luck on that day of interview so please work very hard to mitigate that factor of luck
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