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  • Last Updated : 04 Mar, 2022
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Amazon wow is special recruitment drive for women conducted in May every year

  • Full time roles for final year student
  • Internship for pre-final year students.

One need to apply online on the official site once notification are out. Strong resume and profile plays a strong role. So, I suggest to add all the latest achievement and experience to stand out.

Round 1: Has 1 coding question and MCQs 5 from each below mentioned topics.

  1. Data Structure
  2. DBMS
  3. OS
  4. Networking
  5. Algorithms

It was time bound round, allocated 1 hour for all in total. Coding question includes 6 test cases, however it was based on array. The question was similar to this.

Round 2: Selected candidates will be informed through email and further instructions will be provided. This round had 6 debugging question and provided language is only java and CPP and not Python. Moreover it had 2 coding questions covering concepts from tree and graph. The question were quite logical but I have never found it on any practice site.

Time allocated for the same is 2 hours. The questions were basic focusing on concept building and algorithms.

Round 3: It is eliminating round. This is Interview round where selected candidates will be provided schedule as per their convenience. Technical Interview will cover 2 questions.

  • Tree based question.
  • Stack based.

Note: Must follow only behavior of data structure.

Round 4 (Behavioral Interview): Selected candidates will proceed for this round. STAR based approach needed to present the solution for specified problem. Basic questions on OS and system design will be asked.


  1. Wait and be patient for results
  2. Be punctual
  3. Don’t hesitate to ask question in interview.
  4. Be clear and precise.
  5. Practice, practice and practice.

All the best …

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