Hello friends, I am going to share my experience with General Electric placement paper experience and GE interview questions. There were three rounds: written test, technical round, and HR.
I am a computer science candidate. GE visited our campus for freshers.
There were 90 mins for the first round. There was no negative marking. They have allotted 60 minutes for an aptitude and 30 minutes for a technical test.
The written test consists of basic quantitative aptitude, LR, English, and technical. The aptitude section was time-consuming. So I suggest you don’t stick to any question and try to attempt all the questions.
I would suggest learning Aptitude Best Practices to crack this test. You don’t stick to any question and try to attempt all the questions.
If anyone wants to score well in the technical section, revise your previous year’s gate exam questions, as most of the questions were from the same. There were questions about Data Structure, Algorithms, Operating Systems, Networks, and DBMS.
If you focus on the above two things, you will get entry to the second round.
The duration of this round was almost 1 hour and frankly speaking, the interviewer was really good. He helped me for the questions where I was getting stuck.
In the GE interview questions technical round, Firstly he asked, “Tell me about yourself” and area of interest. Then he asked about my internship project.
Guys, If you want to perform brilliantly, try to relate all the questions to your strong area. say for e.g “project”. Then few questions were from semaphores, threads, deadlocks, and the real application of threads.
Some of the tricky questions were:
After giving answers to these interview questions, I entered the third round which was HR.
In HR GE Interview Questions, they asked me some general questions. These are as follows…
Also, read some of the common questions asked in the HR Round.
After completing this round, HR called us and congratulated us for becoming a part of the GE family.
1. Feel free to ask questions from the interviewers.
2. Learn basic information about the company. This shows your interest in the company and the interviewer will prefer you as compared to other candidates.
3. Luck matters a lot, don’t lose hope if you are not selected. The Good thing is still waiting for you.
“GOOD LUCK FOR YOUR FUTURE”.
Thank you Inderjeet Singh Kaint for sharing your experience about General Electric Placement Paper and GE Interview Questions. We wish you all the best for your future.