Associate Software Engineer Accenture Interview Questions

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Round 1:- Cognitive Round

It was an Aptitude round, conducted on CoCubes. The time duration for this round was 100 minutes. There were in total 3 sections:- verbal, logical and quants. I particularly found quants most difficult. The best tip for this round, is to manage the time efficiently.

What is ASE?

ASE is the Associate Software Engineer Role in Accenture.

In Accenture, Associate Software Engineers work in developing, designing and maintaining new technologies.

Candidates from all streams and branches are eligible for this role.

Candidates should be good at coding, and be able to write and solve coding related problems.

Interviewers hire candidates who show good analytical and problem solving skills along with excellent communication skills.

  • Having a certification or experience in
  • SFDC
  • gives you higher chances of selection.

    I got to know about Accenture Off Campus recruitment drive for ASE role from PrepInsta’s website. I applied through the registration link provided by Accenture. A few hours after applying I got an email that my registration was successful.

    There were mainly 5 stages or rounds in the whole Accenture hiring process.

  • Accenture Pre-Placement talk
  • Cognitive and Technical Assessment round
  • Coding Round
  • Communication Round
  • Interview
  • Round 2:- Coding Round

    After the cognitive assessment round, the results came in immediately and those who had cleared the round were then invited for the coding round. There were in total two questions, 1 was an easy question and the other one was relatively more difficult.

    The second question was based on graph.

    This is basically the most important round in the whole process. In Accenture a lot of focus is put on this round.

    Accenture Pre-Placement Talk:-

    It was mostly a meeting where they described the recruitment process, rounds and the job profile and about the company.

    This was the first exam round. It consists of aptitude questions like quants and logical.

    Accenture’s second round is a coding round. There were two coding questions.

    Question 1 was based on string validation.

    String is valid if it satisfies all the conditions.

  • at least 4 characters
  • at least one numeric digit
  • at least one capital letter
  • no space or slash(/)
  • starting character must not be a number
  • I wrote the solution in Python.

    Question 2 was:-

    Find the sum of all numbers in range from 1 to m(both inclusive) that are not divisible by n. Return difference between sum of integers not divisible by n with sum of numbers divisible by n.

    Again i wrote the solution in python :

    The communication round was conducted a few days later.

    There were speaking and listening questions.

    There was one interview, a combination of Technical and HR Round.

    The interview lasted for around 20-30 minutes and was sort of a not so formal interview.

    The interviewer focused more on the HR type questions than technical questions, and was testing my communication and analyzing skills.

    1. Introduce yourself.

    2.What are some of your favorite subjects in college?

    3.Tell me about some of your achievements.

    4.Then he asked me one puzzle. “Arrange 10 coconuts in 5 lines such that each line contains 4 coconuts.”

    5.Tell me about the projects that you have mentioned in your resume.

    6.What are your strengths and weaknesses?

    This was my whole Accenture Interview Experience for ASE role.

    For anyone applying or preparing for Accenture Interview, I would advise them to be confident and straightforward and go through each and every word from your resume. Also be thorough with your projects.

    As for preparation, I would recommend PrepInsta’s materials. I have been following their materials since my third year and I referred their paid quizzes for Accenture.

    I recently appeared for Accenture Drive. Accenture visited our campus for freshers hiring.

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