IBM GTS INDIA Interview Experience - Malla Reddy College of Engineering and Technology(MRCET), 2-SEPTEMBER-16
The following is my Entire campus placement experience with IBM GTS.
Initially we got a mail to register ourselves in the IBM portal. The academics cutoff was 65 percent throughout 10th, 12th and B-Tech(III-II) The written test was scheduled on 1-sept-16. It has 3 rounds.
1) Quantitative aptitude.
2) Psychometric test.
3) Tech + HR.
Quantitative aptitude has 30 quants mostly from time and work, time and distance, profit and loss, ages, percentages, ratios, and other simple quants. The level of toughness was moderate to hard and trust me solving IndiaBix papers was more than enough. There was no negative marking but there was a restriction on time i.e., each question will be given only 2.5 minutes hence it is necessary to manage time. It is not possible to go back to previous question once it is skipped. There was no sectional cutoff too.
Once the first round is done, you will be directed to the second round called WORK STYLE INVENTORY (Psychometric test). It has 100 questions with no time limit. The question are based on our day to day life scenarios and how we tackle them. The questions are simple but very tricky and they seem to repeat more than once. If you put two different answers for the same question, you are likely to be ruled out. The drive was for Malla Reddy group and 90 members attend from our college (MRIET) and only 13 made it through.
The next round was tech+ hr. This round was easy and the questions were very simple like why IBM and the routine Questions. The questions were directly from the Resume mostly from Networking. The interviewer was polite and friendly. She was willing to listen to me and at the end she asked me if I had any doubts. I asked what was the next round instead of asking her to rate my interview. She answered me. Thus my interview ended. As per their instructions, we received the confirmation mail within 48 hours. Out of the 90 students, 7 were selected from my college and I was one amongst them.
I wish all the best to all of you and I would suggest that cracking the aptitude round plays a crucial role in any interview hence focus on Aptitude and there is nothing that is impossible.
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