DELL Interview Experience - Bhubaneswar, August 12, 2015
We had an online test which had quant, logical reasoning, verbal, programming. They had set cut off for different sections.
Quant and LR were bit tough and in programming part the code snippets were lengthy so it was very time taking. You have to manage your time. They had no negative marking.
My Suggestion for the online test is to first go for the section in which you are most comfortable and try to be as fast as possible. Give programming part more importance if you are a CSE or IT student. In the last 1 minute try to attempt all the question which you have left (go for guesswork) as in the last 1 minute you can't solve a question but by guessing and completing your test will increase your chances.
In our college around 110 or 120 were eligible only 25 could clear the online written test.
For interview there were 2 rounds 1 Technical and 1 Hr.
In technical I was asked why I wanted Dell ? Recent thing that I have learnt. I told them about my summer internship and what new technology I learnt there. He then asked me how can I design an application which can take feedback from the customers periodically.
I asked him for a minute and then using SDLC I explained him my logic.
After technical round only 18 were selected.
My HR was really cool. I just had normal conversation with him and the interview got over.
After HR round I guess around 13-14 were selected.
Some points to remember:
1) Dell has a friendly environment so they need people who can get along with others easily. During interview have a smile on your face and try to be honest and genuine.
2) Smartness is the first thing they see in you. Be smart and try to be fluent.
3) They don't need coders. If you are good in any language then you can learn any other language very easily. They see your aptitude and your problem solving skills.
4) Prepare for all sorting and searching algorithms with their time complexity. They also ask which one is best and which one is worst.
ALL THE BEST!
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