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Amazon Interview Experience | Set 263 (For SDET)

  • Difficulty Level : Easy
  • Last Updated : 04 Jul, 2019

It’s an on campus recruitment. The interview process started on October, 2015.

Round 1:

It had 25 MCQ questions from core subjects of CS including Operating systems, Database, Networks, Data structures and algorithms, Fundamentals of programming. Apart from that there was 2 programming questions too. Those who solved at least 1 programming problem and few MCQ questions were selected for next round. But it’s better to solve both the programming questions. I was asked the following questions:

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  1. Merge Two Sorted Arrays
  2. Check for balanced parentheses in an expression

Round 2:

It was a phone interview of duration 1 hour. It was conducted on collabedit.com. This round consisted 2 data structures and algorithms related questions. I was asked the following questions:



  1. Write a program to print all permutations of a given string
  2. Reverse a linked list

Round 3:

It was similar to that of round 2. I was asked the following questions:

  1. Square root of an integer
  2. Nodes at given distance in binary tree

Overall it was an awesome experience. I enjoyed the interview process.

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