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Qualcomm Interview Experience | Set 15 (On-Campus)

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Round 1: Written exam with three sections, quantitative and reasoning, computer science and the last one is programming MCQ, each section with 25 min and 20 Questions.

Technical interview 1: (about 1 -1.5 hour)
1. Tell me about yourself
2. Explain your BTech project.
3. I had working experience so he asked me the type of work, I did there.
4. Detect cycle in single linked list and method to remove this
5. Given a n-1 number from 1 to 100 and one number is missing and find that missing number.
6. Same as previous but here we have only n-2 number and hence find those two missing number.
7. What is the real-time OS?
8. What is the watchdog timer?
9. Determine the output of the given program. (programs are basically checking if-else pairing in nested form, storage type.. register, about const keyword, about pointer and its initialization)
10. What are different CPU scheduling you know, which are most suitable for real-time OS?
11. Puzzle: in t20 match how much a batsman can score maximum runs.
12: What TLB?, Is it cache or register, where is it located on the circuit board, how it helps in performance.
13. what are various ways for interprocess communication.
14. Why you left the previous organization?
15. Do you have any question?

Technical round 2: (about half hour):

1. Tell me about your self
2. explain B Tech project
3. explain previous organization work/project
4. given a string find longest palindromic substring.

HR Round: (about 15 min):

1. Tell me about yourself
2. Your family background
3. What you learned from the last organization
4. Why you left the previous organization
5. What you learned in Mtech
6. How much it work experience useful in doing MTech
8. Will you be able to relocate
9. What is your weakness
10 Do you have any questions

I got selected in the company in the end.


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