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Editorialist YX Interview Experience for SDE Intern+FTE | On-Campus 2022

  • Difficulty Level : Medium
  • Last Updated : 27 Sep, 2021

This is my interview experience for Editorialist YX. They visited our campus for the 2022-batch session placements. The whole interview process was done virtually.

Round 1 (Online Test): It’s an online coding and MCQ round with 40 aptitude questions, 20 technical questions, and four coding questions. The duration of this round was 2:00 hrs.

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The coding questions are:



Out of 94 students, only 15 students were selected for the second round (I was one of them).

Round 2(Technical): It was a technical interview. Two interviewers were taking the interview.

  • It started with the first question, which was based on a string; I wrote its pseudocode and explained it, I was unable to find its optimized approach but was able to give the solution using recursion.
  • The second question was of finding the missing and repeating element in array https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/find-a-repeating-and-a-missing-number/

The interview had gone for 1hr, and out of 15 students, 10 were shortlisted for the next technical round.

Round 3(Technical + Puzzles): This technical round started with a little discussion over my projects, and then:

Then I asked them about the company. This interview had also gone for 1hr, and out of 10 students, 5 were shortlisted for the next technical round.

Round 4 (Quantitative Ability + Projects): This round started with a discussion over my projects.

  • There was a deep discussion over my interest areas in tech.
  • Then they asked me to prove the Pythagoras theorem, I was able to solve it with the help of basic trigonometry, then they said me to prove it with the help of the similarity of triangles, It took me 2 minutes to figure out, and then I was able to prove.

This round had gone for 35-40 minutes, and out of 5, 4 were able to make their way for the HR round (Fortunately, I was one of them).

Round 5(HR Round): I had a great talk with HR for about 45-50 minutes.

  • They asked me about my family and how my interview rounds had gone.
  • How am I able to make this much energy after these many rounds.
  • There was a very smooth and calm discussion over my hobbies and my Position of responsibilities.

All 4 were selected including me.

Try to be honest and be clear with your answers. Don’t hesitate to admit if you don’t know something, have a stronghold over DSA, and have an in-depth knowledge of projects.

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