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IBM Interview Experience - CHENNAI 22/06/19

Posted By : Me Aju Rating : +1137, -27
Hello all.

Happy to share this.
After attending 23 interviews finally Selected in IBM GTS profile.

Actually recently IBM changed the pattern.
It makes easier for me to clear the exam.

1st round is gaming Pattern.
There are 5 modules.

1st module.
Basic addition subtraction multiple and division They will give one target number.

Ex 12.

Choices will be appears within the bubble 4÷3, 4+8, 5+8 etc.,

You have to choose correct combination which will make 12 Time is very short do as much as possible.
Every bubble will disappear after 3 to 4 second.

2nd module.

Same like first module.
But screen will be split as 2.
But you have to choose which side is correct.
They will provide one number you have to choose between.
Right side or left side which makes the given no.

Ex given no is 6.

Left. | Right.

((3)x2)x0. | (1+2)x2.

You have to choose which side makes the given no.
You have to be careful Little trick questions will appear.

3rd model.

Like ordinary puzzle.

4th module.

Is also puzzle But you have to arrange at 180, 90, 270 degree Be careful read the given questions carefully Because questions will be like 180 degree right, 90 left.

5th Module.

Shortest path.

We have to find shortest path to reach the destination In the path we have some numbers and we have some obstacles and some empty space.
To reach the destination we have to move obstacles to the Empty space.

For every move numbers will be added.
You have to reach destination with less point.

If shortlisted.
2nd Round is Psychometric.

For every questions you're forced to answer agree or disagree.
In that round think in company point of view.

Answer each and every questions in company perspective.
Some one will say answer honestly But it won't work Company didn't want your honest.

Think company point of view and answer.
If shortlisted in psychometric.

Hereafter it's totally up to your Communication skills.
In Technical.

For IBM GTS profile.

Don't worry about coding and technical stuff.
Just know the theory for programming language you mentioned in resume And communicate well.

They looking for communication person.
My interview last for 40 minutes.

And HR as usual questions.

But I attended HR 2 times.

1st time I attended, after finishing interview they told me to sit with other students.
But again they called my name and said to attend again I don't know why.
After entering into hr room.

He introduce himself as a IBM special language officer and same HR questions with different manner.

My experience.

400 people attended.
200 rejected in first round.
120 rejected in 2nd round.
40 rejected in 3rd round.

Remaining 40 I don't know how many people will make it I am selected.
As far I know 14 people are selected.

I left the campus after knowing the result of me.
It will be 2 day process.

1st and 2nd round on day 1.
3rd and 4th on day 2.

Don't worry if you can't able to place in TCS, CTS, Wipro, HCL, all Amcat companies.

If you fail learn from that experience.
One small mistake will lead to massive collapse.
Try to mold yourself.

I am a not a brilliant person just average student. My CGPA is 6.8.

So if I can means you can.
Some people will get placed in first interview, some in second, some in 10th, some in 20th and some one is still trying.

Don't go for every interview with out knowledge.
Gain some knowledge.
Waiting for offer letter.
Hope whoever read this will get some idea about IBM.

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