ANZ Interview Questions

ANZ Interview Questions for a full-time job as a Modelling Analyst by IIT Bombay students.

Process: An aptitude test followed by 2 rounds (1 Technical + 1 HR) of interviews

Interview Questions
ANZ Interview Questions

Placement Process

Round 1: 

It was an aptitude round, mainly consisting of statistical MCQs, and some financial MCQs.

Round 2: 

Candidate 1

This was a technical interview round. I was asked to go through my resume and they asked some questions in between. Then questions from basic statistics were asked. I had a project on regression, the panel asked various questions from that. They, later on, asked me some questions about SQL and coding in general. Finally, I was asked to point out whether data science and statistics are the same or not, and if not what are the key differences.

Candidate 2

  1. Tell me about yourself.
  2. Walkthrough the Internship Project.
  3. Can you please describe the objective of your academic project?
  4. In-depth question on a particular project of classification models. Further discussion about classification techniques.
  5. What is SMOTE (as the algorithm was mentioned on my CV)?
  6. What are the advantages of SMOTE techniques?
  7. Do you need to remove outliers before SMOTE techniques?
  8. Guesstimate – Estimate the number of washing machines sold in a year in India. Then, estimate the yearly revenue of washing machine industry.
  9. One puzzle – An employee works for an employer for 7 days. The employer has a gold rod of 7 units. How does the employer pay to the employee, so that the number of employee’s rod units increases by one at the end of each day? The employer can make at most 2 cuts in the rod. 
  10. Do you have any questions for us?

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