MindTree Off Campus Interview Experience – WeCP Pattern

Name – Shrutika Sinha

College – Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology

Date of Interview – 21st Jan, 2021

I applied for theMindTree off campus drive through WeCP. I immediately started my preparation. I prepared for the interview through previous year papers available on PrepInsta.

Student Interview

WeCP Written Round

In the written round, there were four sections, Coding, Verbal, Quantitative Ability, and Logical Reasoning. The respective sections were as follows:

MindTree Test SectionsNo. of questions Time LimitDifficulty Level

Coding

• Implementation
• DS / Algo
6 (depends)80 minutes (what I took to solve)Medium to high
Quantitative Ability1515 minsMedium
Logical Reasoning1515 minsMedium
Verbal1010 minutesEasy to medium

Round 2:

The second round was new and was based on English.

• Grammar,
• Speaking skill and
• listening skill

These were tested in this round. You had to listen and answer and also speak when asked to.

The details for this round are given below.

MindTree ROUND 2No. of questionsDifficulty Level
Speaking16 – 18Medium to high
1 minute Impromptu Speaking3Medium
Grammar30 – 35Medium
Audio Comprehension15 – 18Easy to medium

Round 3  – Technical Interview

Due to Covid Lockdown, all the exams and interviews were taken online. My interview was taken through a Meet call.

As we started the call, I was asked to introduce myself in brief. Once that as over, one of the interviewers asked me about my final term project. I started explaining the topic and how I implemented it in practical terms. They were quite impressed by my idea and then we headed towards the technical questions.

Since I had Python and Java mentioned as my skilled languages, they hit off the interview with questions from the two sets.

And I said I did a bit competitive programming.

Then I was asked to write a couple of programs in Python. I could answer few of them correctly.

1. Write a Python program to print all negative numbers in a range.

2. Python program to print even length words in a string.

3. Write a Python Program for Find largest prime factor of a number.

Once this was done, they started off with some technical basic questions. I could answer some of them and then was asked to drop off from the call.

Round 4 – HR Round

For my HR Round the interviewer was quite interactive. He wanted to know everything that interests or motivates me and why. He also asked some general questions regarding my higher studies, my future plans and typical ‘where do you see yourself in 5 years?’ questions.

1. Tell me something, which you haven’t mentioned in your resume?
2. What are your plans for higher studies?