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ADP PATTERN & INTERVIEW - 24 OCT 2007

Posted By : Chethan Rating : +384, -22
Hi Friends

I attended an interview for ADP
The cut off % was 70%
Around 150 to 250 members attended for the interview. from them they took Only 3 member

The pattern of the interview is as follows
1.Written test
2.Two techinal interviews and
3.One HR

WRITTEN TEST:
It contained 4 sections

SECTION A: Verbal and Quantitative combined (40 questions 20 minutes)
U should really manage the time such that u can answer both quantitative and verbal

QUANTITATIVE :questions on
-> profit and loss (around 3 to 4 questions)
-> boat and streams
-> Alligations or Mixtures
-> some on numbers ... quotient and remainder problems etc...
Please practise RS agarwal for the quabtitative

VERBAL:
It contains 10 analogies and 10 sentence completion questions

If u hav pratised for GRE or GMAT, then it will be easy for. its better to Study barrons and big book

SECTION B: Technical section (20 questions 30 minutes)
Around 15 to 18 questions are from C or may C++, and other related to data base concepts
Practise "test ur c skills, pointers in C"
Most of the questions are related pointers

SECTION C: (5 Questions, 20 minutes)
In this section a big programme of around 2 to 3 pages was given and related to the programe 5 questions are asked. Please don't go through the entire programme just see the questions first and observe what part of the programme is really needed to answer that question

SECTION D:(one passage, 10 minutes)
Here they asked to write a passage on the topic given
My topic was "My few favourite things"

After the written test they short listed 30 students

FIRST TECHNICAL INTERVIEW:
Dont think technical means only technical questions, the two technical interviews were like technical cum HR

The questions asked in the first technical interview are
1. Tell me abt urself
2. Write a programme for binary seaching
3. What is a semaphore and where do we use them
4. What is meant by LRU(least recently used)
5. A puzzle
6. About ur family
7. About ur higher studies and plans for the future
8. Why adp
9. What is the diff between structures and unions
10. How we declare the variables in an union and so on...

It went on for about 30 minutes

SECOND TECHNICAL INTERVIEW:
1. Tell me about urself
2. About my family back ground
3. What is a linked list
4. What are the conditions that u put while traversing through a linked list
5. What is a computer, and what is internet. image that u are explaining this to a person who dint even see or knew what a computer really is and some other questions....

It went on for about 20 minutes

HR INTERVIEW:
Hr interview was very cooooool. this round was just a formality and the questions asked were
1. Tell me abt urself
2. Ur EAMCET rank (its is competitive exam) and y so big rank
3. Ur family details
4. Y ADP?
5. Will u sign a bond of 3 yrs
6. Are u interested in further education and what are ur plans regarding that
7. What companies did u attend and y u lost in those and what r the companies U r planning to attend

After all these interviews they hav short listed 7 students. they dint put further round but depending on the performance they had selected 3 students

I got selected ie., I was one of those 3 students. This was my 8th company that i had attended and at last i got the job.

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