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IBM(Associate System Engnieer) Interview Pattern- GURGAON, MARCH 17, 2015

Posted By : Priya Rating : +136, -6
H friends!

I my from Electrical branch & I would like to share my off campus interview  experience held in 17th of March.

The difficulty level decreases as every level passes by.

The interview process consists of three phases.

1) APTITUDE ASSESSMENT TEST.

It consists of number series in first half and aptitude questions in second half, each question will have a timer of 2:15 minute.

For number series kindly refer to series given by various  interviews, you will get most of them in your test. I myself preferred that.

For aptitude go through basic formulas on profit and loss, SI & CI, and permutation,combination. For this also refer to experiences by interviewees, the questions  are general requiring simple mathematics. I went through basic formulas and rest left to my fate.

Note - You are allowed to use only system calculators for calculation.

Kindly, do not indulge yourself in reading whole question as it will consume more than half of your time, act as soon as it is displayed.

Approx 170 students appeared out of which approx 70 students were selected. This test counts for maximum elimination.

Felt relieved for few moments as I was the one who got selected !

2) ENGLISH ASSESSMENT TEST.

It started an hour after the result was announced.

The whole test is of 20 minutes with no timer in each question .

For this kindly go through American and British Business Letter format thoroughly.

And various questions posted by interviewees...you will get 90%  of them either directly or twisted.
I myself followed same and got 95% of questions in one or other form.

After this round only 35 students were left and i was one of them..!
My both written took place on 7th march and mail from IBM for interview on 14th March.

IF YOU CLEARED BOTH THESE ROUNDS YOU ARE 90% IN.

3) FACE TO FACE INTERVIEW.

Around 100 students were called from various drives held in approx four or five cities.
My interview took place quite early at around 9:40 am, in fact I was first one in my panel.

Interviewer : Called my name and asked me to come in.
Me : Entered and wished him morning.

Interviewer : I have gone through your resume kindly tell me about your project.
Me : Told , said I can explain with help of block diagram he said no need.

My interviewer was not at all friendly and looked at me for only twice or thrice rest I don't know what the hell he was looking at my one page resume! I think he was checking my communication skills and english.

Always maintain a proper eye contact and your body posture should be correct. They notice that a lot.

Interviewer : What were the challenges you came across in implementing this project.
Me : Told.

Interviewer : Asked questions regarding my project.
Me: Told......in few of my ans he doesn't seemed much satisfied.

Interviewer : Any contradiction in view of other members while implementing project and how you overcame that.
Me: Told.

Interviewer : Asked about any fav subject in engineering and why? he cross questioned on same topic.
Me : Told.

Interviewer: Thank you Priya, you may go.

My interview lasted for 20 minutes...
They were basically checking communication skills and approach of individual in any situations.

Many of my friends were asked to speak anything about pi, why ibm, introduce yourself and so forth basic HR questions.

Finally I was selected! Thank god ma pa and everyone who wished for me!

GOOD LOCK!

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