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Visa Interview Experience |Set 10 (On-Campus)

  • Difficulty Level : Hard
  • Last Updated : 06 Sep, 2019
I recently interviewed for Visa Inc. on our campus.
Coding Test:
Platform: Hackerrank

Following the Coding round I was shortlisted for the personal interview round. Total 30 students were shortlisted.

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Personal Interview:
Round 1:
  • Interviewer asked me to introduce myself. Asked me to go through my CV.
  • Seeing that i had done some work in Image processing he asked me to design a schematic to store multiple images in a single file.
  • Find the point where maximum intervals overlap
  • Given a function and some text cases i needed to design an algorithm to determine how many lines of code were executing for each testcase.
Round 2:
  • Given my major in Electrical Engineering the interviewer asked me a how to design an IOT type of protocol.
  •  He then asked me to explain the algorithm of one of my projects.
  • He asked me about the software used in Fast and Furious 7 (Godseye) and asked if I am implementing it what are the pros and cons from the implementation point of view.
  • He then asked me if given transactional data from visa cards how will I detect frauds in the data and how will I handle the lagre volume of data.
Round 3 (final round)
  • Round 3 was predominantly HR.
  • I was asked to explain my project in simple not technical way in writing, verbally and diagrammatically.
  • He then asked me what type of members do I not get along with in a team.
  • I was given a puzzle similar to :
  • He then asked me about my interests apart from academics.
  • Then I was asked if I had any questions for him.


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