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Amazon Interview Experience | Set 342 (Off-Campus for SDE-1)

  • Difficulty Level : Hard
  • Last Updated : 09 Jul, 2019

Round 1: (Written – Pen & Paper)

  1. Lowest common ancestor in binary search tree
  2. Remove minimum characters from two strings to become anagram

Round 2: Face to Face
Interviewer was expecting full production level code with optimum time/space complexity.

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  1. Find an element in an unsorted array such that all left elements are smaller and all right elements are greater. O(n) time complexity solution is required.
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  2. Find kth smallest element in row wise column wise sorted matrix.
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Round 3: Face to Face
Interviewer was first expecting to explain clear algorithm and then production level code.

  1. Find the number of islands
  2. K’th Smallest/Largest Element in Unsorted Array

Round 4: Hiring Manager Round

  1. Discussed thoroughly about my company project. My contribution in project.
  2. Boundary traversal of a binary tree
  3. Why Amazon. Why Chennai.

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