This test consisted of three sections- Verbal, Coding, and Bussiness Analytics. The verbal section was easy with some basic questions. The Analytics section was time-consuming and requires little thinking. Analytical questions were asked based on the information provided in graphs and tables. The coding section was easy, it had two questions. One was similar to finding out whether a number is a perfect square or not. The second question was based on the topic backtracking. They provided an older version of the GCC compiler(5.5.0) due to which some built-in functions were not available. So just be aware of that issue. 46 students were shortlisted for the next round after the test.
It was a proper technical round that started with my introduction. Then he asked me if I was comfortable with trees as I had mentioned about a project on trees in my resume. I was then asked to explain the logic to print the left view of a binary tree and then, he asked me to write down the code for the same question. Once coding was done he started asking questions regarding OOPS to which I was able to give proper answers. Questions were about polymorphism, abstract classes, and interfaces in java. He also asked me why I want to join Wells Fargo and not any tech companies like Amazon, Google, etc. This round ended with me asking some questions to the interviewer.
This round was taken by a senior leader who was pretty chill, he started off with my introduction and then went through my resume. He asked me to explain the work I did in my summer internship and asked some questions regarding the techs I used in my project. Then he gave a puzzle about three bulbs and two switches which I had already seen on the geeks for geeks website. But then he asked me to find another solution for the same. He just wanted to know about my thought process, the correctness of the solution did not matter much. Then we had a good discussion about b-trees because I had done another project on that. He tried asking questions regarding DBMS to which I told him that we haven’t covered the course yet. He also asked me some general HR questions in between. This round also ended with me asking some questions regarding wells fargo which lead to a good 10 mins talk. It was an interactive interview and it was very important to be confident and clear about what you are speaking.
In this round, HR just asked me about my location and if I had any issue with working in Bangalore/Hyderabad/Chennai. Then she spoke about the details regarding the stipend and some details regarding the internship. This round ended with some casual talk about the current situation around the world.
1.Prepare thoroughly for DSA and OOPS as most of the technical questions are based on that.
2.Adding some projects apart from those in the curriculum will help you in having an edge over others.
3.You should also be prepared for all sorts of questions on your resume, so do not mention anything which you are not confident about in your resume.
2.Be confident and honest during the interviews, have belief in your preparations, and always try to keep a smile : )