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Organization : Nvidia
Position : Software Developer
I applied through a staffing agency and the process took more than a month. But at last I was interviewed at Nvidia. There were in total 6 rounds if I include the Offer thing as well.

First Round: Telephonic Interview by Recruiting Agency
They asked me all sort of details regarding my career and the past job and experience. Basically they wanted to be sure that the person they are forwarding is worth sending or not.

Second Round: Screening Interview
The questions revolved on my CV majorly. There was a moderate reasoning test also as I was asked some reasoning based puzzles. I answered all successfully.

Third Round: Technical Interview
A lot of tricky programming related questions were asked. It was a bit tough. None of the question was one of those usual ones being asked in the interviews.

Fourth Round: Manager's Interview
The questions in this round were focused on c++ and java. Some were easy and some were difficult. Some basic questions regarding RDBMS and algorithms were asked as well.

Fifth Round: HR Interview
This was a round that gives you relief in the tiring and long interview sessions. Again, some of the questions related to my resume were put forwards. Some questions regarding OS and basic programming were asked and it was a good one.

Sixth Round: Offer
The final offer as per the negotiations that you go through is revealed here.

I had a great time in the interview and I was selected as a Software Engineer.


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