# Aspiring Minds Interview Questions

###### Excerpts from Interview #1:
(CGPA 6.22 in Graduation, 84.76% in 12th and 80.4% in 10th).
Coding Interview:
• Reverse a linked list from the middle.
• Write a program to implement a round robin scheduler and calculate the average waiting time.Arrival time, burst time, time quantum, and no. of processes should be the inputs.
Technical Questions:
• Write a program of prime number using recursion.
• What is the difference between http and https?
• What are heap memory and stack memory and what are memory tables.
HR Interview
• Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
• Why do you want to work with Aspiring minds?
• What are your long-term goals?
###### Excerpts from Interview #2:
(CGPA 7.25 in Graduation, 75% in 12th and 92% in 10th.)
Coding Interview:
• Write a code to generate a series where the next element is the sum of last k terms.
• Write a SQL queries on Self Join and Inner Join.
Technical interview:
• What is the difference between process and thread?
• Give an example of an O (n) algorithm and O (n*n) algorithm such that the algorithm is slower.
• Write a program of advanced Fibonacci series.
• Give m equations and n variables. How many solutions are possible in each case?
(i) m<n,(ii) m=n (iii) m>n
• What is a reverse linked list.
HR Interview:
• Are you ready to handle a team under pressure? How will you manage them?
• What challenges are you facing presently and how are you dealing with them?
• What will you mark as your achievement during your college life?
###### Excerpts from Interview #3:
(CGPA 8.25 in Graduation, 85% in 12th and 72% in 10th.)
Coding Interview:
• Write a code to select distinct records without using the DISTINCT keyword.
• Write a SQL queries on Self Join and Inner Join.
Technical interview:
• What is the difference between process and thread?
• Give an example of an O (n) algorithm and O (n*n) algorithm such that the algorithm is slower.
• Write a program of advanced Fibonacci series.
• Give m equations and n variables. How many solutions are possible in each case?
(i) m<n,(ii) m=n (iii) m>n
• What is a reverse linked list?
HR Interview:
• What do you know about our competitors?
• What are your weaknesses and why we should not hire you?
• Basic puzzles.
• A lot of companies have visited your campus for recruitments, why haven’t you been placed yet?
###### Excerpts from Interview #4:
(CGPA 7.25 in Graduation, 75% in 12th and 92% in 10th.)
Coding Interview:
• Write a code to generate a series where the next element is the sum of last k terms.
• On clicking a node in a tree, all the adjacent edges are turned on. Calculate min of clicks such that all the edges are turned on.
Technical interview:
• Given a doubly linked list with one pointer of each node pointing to the next node just like in a singly linked list. The second pointer(orbit pointer) however can point to any node in the list and not just the previous node. Write a program in to create a copy of this list.
• Give m equations and n variables. How many solutions are possible in each case?
(i) m<n,(ii) m=n (iii) m>n
• Write a program of prime number using recursion.
HR Interview:
• What all your   projects and internship you did while? How did you get them?
• What makes the company different from other firms?
###### Excerpts from Interview #5:
(CGPA 7.25 in Graduation, 75% in 12th and 92% in 10th.)
Coding Interview:
• Write a code of a general series where the next element is the sum of last k terms.
• Select distinct records without using the DISTINCT keyword. Both using a subquery and without it.
Technical Interview:
• Write SQL queries on Self Join and Inner Join.
• What is the difference between heap memory and stack memory?
• Where to store local variables?
• What are memory tables?
HR Interview: