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Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days – interviewed at McFadyen Solutions (College, AK) in July 2015.
1st round : 45 MCQs ( 35 aptitude wich includes quantitative, logical and verbal , 10 core Java questions - all of which were from the oracle SE6 certification examination - moderately easy) 2nd round : personal interview ( general questions and puzzles - no technical questions unless it is highlighted in your resume , they do not expect you to know Java (which is the primary language their frameworks run on - training will be provided) logical thinking is what they look for and problem solving ability.
- Given 'n' players, and 2 players play a Match and the winner of the match plays with another winner. The process continues until there's one winner. How many matches are played in total. ( given 'n' is a power of 2) 1 Answer
- Write a SQL query to find the 2nd largest number in a column. Answer Question
- Explain binary sort. 1 Answer
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I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days – interviewed at McFadyen Solutions (Bangalore (India)) in July 2015.
The first round was an online test. It consisted of 45 mcq questions. Aptitude - 35 questions which covered quantitative aptitude, verbal reasoning, english, analytical thinking. Last 10 questions were from java. I wasn't shortlisted for the next round. But they shortlisted 30-40 students out of 250 who appeared for the test. The shortlisted students had to go through 2 technical interviews and a HR interview. 9 were offered a job.
- I was not selected to the interview round Answer Question
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I applied online – interviewed at McFadyen Solutions.
I had been for interview in Bangalore Location, interview went well.they did not get back to me with any updates, when i followed up with concerned recruiter, he was very not responding and was very unprofessional.I don't know what was wrong with him,he was not ready to share the feedback nor he was ready to talk.
- It was general interview 1 Answer
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I applied through a recruiter – interviewed at McFadyen Solutions (Thiruvananthapuram (India)) in December 2014.
2 Technical rounds and then the VP level interview and HR Technical round was taken by an arrogant guy, who thinks well of himself and all others have a GAAAPin there understanding. Interviewer will give you no chance to settle down, never gives any positive feedback or approves whether the answer was correct. On the otherside quick to pouch on incorrect ones and will drill down further to embarras you (even if its not related to the field that you are going to work on- imagine a BA being interiewd for DB design and table/SP structures) Never gives you the feeling that they are intrested in you (attended in weekend may in a hurry to leave i guess:). Felt like the attempt was to make you feel low, incapable and then build on that for further rounds (dont know if its tactic to negotiate) Exhibition of arrogance was the highlight above all....surprisingly this guy shortlisted me for next round though the damage was already done, decided not join before facing next round.
- Scrum, DB tables creation, UML diagrams, Flowchart comparision with other charts, userstories and product backlog creation/management, ATG, ecommerce etc Answer Question
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