I applied through college or university and the process took 3 months - interviewed at S&P Capital IQ in March 2012.
Interview Details – I was recruited through an on-campus program. I met the recruit at a job, then was invited back for an on-campus interview. Then they flew me out for a superday where I had 4 back to back case interviews
Interview Question – One interview was just asking questions, I didn't need to answer anything I just had to know how to ask to right questions View Answer
I applied through college or university and interviewed at S&P Capital IQ.
Interview Details – The inter view was held at our campus(|Mjcet,Hyuderabad).The interview comprised of a single paper with 4 sets consisting of 1.Aptitude 2.technical 3Writing of code etc.Only 30%of the candidates cleared.Then there was a gd.With that there weremultiple technical interviews.icleared 2 interviews and was callled to their campus where the last technical interview was to be scheduled.This is where i got rejected
Interview Question – The interview at the campus needed thorough knowledge of basics Answer Question
The process took 4 weeks - interviewed at S&P Capital IQ in March 2009.
Interview Details – first two rounds were technical phone screens. In house interviews I met with a HR representative, the hiring manager as well as the CTO. The process was much longer then they alluded and I took another job in the meantime.
I applied through college or university and interviewed at S&P Capital IQ.
Interview Details – Applied through campus hiring process. The first step was the aptitude test which was too easy but they eliminated people on the basis of statement of purpose that was another hidden section in the information about the employee.
The next step was the hr interview which was nothing but confidence testing round lasting for 3-5 minutes.
The third stage is the technical test where purely finance and logical questions are asked.
The fourth one is the final managers interview where the person is just tested on his convincing skill to do a boring job. Prepare for that.
Interview Question – Nothing out of the blue. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at S&P Capital IQ in November 2013.
Interview Details – I applied at the company's website portal and got a mail for the interview on 21st November.
The process consisted of the following rounds
1. Aptitude Test.
2. HR interview.
3. Written subjective test.
4. Technical interview.
5. Another interview.
The first round is more of a form cum test round where you have to fill in some details and answer some easy logical, quantitative and English questions. The important thing here is to not miss out on any question as there's no negative marking. It's fairly easy.
The second round is the HR interview but it was mostly technical. Just basic questions about testing and what the profile is about and also what u know about the company.
The Third round consists of 10 subjective questions. Mostly are about the various types of testing and about writing test cases.
The fourth round is again an interview which they tell me is the manger level interview.
The above four rounds happened on the same day. I was told the result for the fourth round would be communicated to me within a week. It has been a week since then and i haven't heard from them so far. I guess it's their subtle way of saying, thanks but you haven't been selected for further rounds.
Interview Question – No difficult questions as such. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at S&P Capital IQ in February 2011.
Interview Details – I applied to Capital IQ through my university's career fair. Then I was given an on-campus interview. The first half of the interview was a skills test. The recruiter walked in, handed me the test, and gave me 30 minutes to complete. It consisted of 5 technical questions pertaining to data structures and bit manipulation.
Interview Question – Given a tree, create a function for a getting a sub-tree given P and K. Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 days - interviewed at S&P Capital IQ in October 2012.
Interview Details – The company came to Bhopal for the post of JRA(Junior Research Associate)..the written test was conducted and then after the interview...the interview consisted of 2 rounds..technical and HR..the technical round was tough..asked a lot of questions..basically from core accountancy like appropriation account, redemption of shares into capital account, mutual funds, preliminary expenses,etc...Hr round is simple..asked mostly from your resume..why do you choose this subject, salary expectations etc...lost in HR round..
Interview Question – The question was how the shares of the company are valued in its balance sheet statement..revolving credit, capital lease, core accountancy questions, questions from shares, debentures, bonds, letter of credit, etc Answer Question
The process took 5 weeks - interviewed at S&P Capital IQ in February 2011.
Interview Details – many rounds of interview..long procedure...dont know what they were looking for.they din't hire anyone
Interview Question – why do u want to pursue your career in testing?? View Answer
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 days - interviewed at S&P Capital IQ in August 2011.
Interview Details – The interview was a 1:1 process over a period of two days with two individuals. it was a preliminary process. The first round was comparitively easy, but the second round interviewer however sweet posted an unlikely scenario and wouldnt accept nor comment on the answers that i gave
Interview Question – You are working in a banking corp with 1 million customers. You have an account in india and would like to access it in NY. How do you transfer the data View Answer
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1 week - interviewed at S&P Capital IQ in June 2013.
Interview Details – Interview process was extensive, questions were based on your concept, approach for solving problem. Looking for vision of a person. Expertise in your area. Depth knowledge.
Interview Question – Not as such. I was well prepared for interview. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Didn't negotiate since profile that was offered was awesome. What I demanded, they offered while making some part of it as a variable component.
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