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Myntra Interview Experience | Set 8 (On-Campus)
• Difficulty Level : Medium
• Last Updated : 31 Jul, 2020

Myntra visited our campus on the first day of placements. Before coming to college, they held the first round which was online.

Online Round (First round)
The test was held on CodeGround. it consisted of 5 verbal apti questions each of 4 marks (very easy) and 3 coding questions. The coding questions were:
1. Minimum number of steps one has to take to reach a particular destination. You can take 1,2,3,4 or 5 steps at a time. (Simple greedy question) (15 marks)
2. Some prime score question. I don’t remember exactly, but brute force method hadn’t worked. (25 marks)
3. LIS problem, but the difference between the elements must be atleast a given ‘k’. Only the O(nlogn) method would pass the test cases. (50 marks)

Second round (Technical interview)
The interviewer went through my resume and asked me to explain one of the projects. He then gave 3 coding questions:
1. Reversal of a string without extra-memory.
2. Evaluation of an infix expression.
3. Snake and Ladder problem. He asked me to make a few changes to it, and also to check if it covered all kinds of test cases. Asked me to solve by taking different data structures.
Tip: Before jumping to code the question on paper, discuss your approach with the interviewer and make him/her understand how you arrive at the solution.

Third round (Technical interview)
The interviewer again asked me two coding questions:
1. Rotate a square matrix by 90 degrees in place. She then asked me to modify it for rectangular matrices.
2. Given a social network, how will you say that two people are connected to each other. (Simply apply dfs/bfs and check if there’s a path)
Tip: The questions will seem to be easy, but the interviewer will look at your approach, and how you handle the situation and modify your solution if s/he asks you to do so.

Fourth round (Technical interview)
Asked me to make myself comfortable. Again I was asked 3 coding questions:
1. Given a number ‘n’, find out all the n-digit numbers whose difference of the sum of digits at odd and even places is 1.
2. Addition of two numbers represented by linked list. Be careful to note how the numbers are represented.
3. A sorted array has been rotated at some point which you don’t know and you’re given a number ‘n’. Find that number ‘n’ in the rotated array.

Fifth round (HR)
The HR was very friendly and asked normal questions like:
1. Why Myntra?
2. What improvements you would like to see in yourself after joining myntra.
3. Tell one downfall you faced in your career.