As per Google’s official career page, there are two types of interviews, Phone/Hangout interviews and Onsite Interviews. Below is an excerpt for their official page.
For software engineering candidates, we want to understand your coding skills and technical areas of expertise, including tools or programming languages and general knowledge on topics like data structures and algorithms. There’s generally some back and forth in these discussions, just like there is on the job, because we like to push each other’s thinking and learn about different approaches. So be prepared to talk through your solutions in depth. Push your own boundaries and find the best answer—that’s probably how you work anyway.
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- Recent Google Interview Experiences
- All Google Practice Questions
- How to prepare for Google KickStart
- Google Interview Experience | Set 2 (Placement Questions)
- Google Internship 2020 - Google Online Challenge(1st Coding Round)
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- Directi Interview | Set 7 (Programming Questions)
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