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Prasun Das| August 23, 2022 at 6:46 PM | 9 minutes Read

**SAP (Systems, Applications, and Products in Data Processing)** is the leading ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software package that is effective in efficiently managing the company's resources. SAP represents the name of the ERP software and also the name of the company. SAP Software company was founded in 1972 in Walldorf, Germany. They develop software solutions for business operations management and customer relations management.

SAP is an integrated accounting software system that virtually covers every aspect of business management. SAP has one of the biggest integration iterations among all apps, ensuring data consistency throughout the system and the company.

SAP has taken on an even higher market value of Bahasa IT, making it a more lucrative specialization for individuals with SAP technical skills. This field is exceptionally saturated with individuals with SAP skills due to the fact that SAP careers are well-paid and rewarding.

The SAP Labs interview is divided into three parts, at first, comes the online aptitude part:

The online aptitude is the first step of the interview. It lasts for around 105 minutes.

The online aptitude test is divided into six parts which are :

- Psychometric Test ( Time Limit: 10 minutes)
- Coding Questions (2 Questions of 20 marks and 40 marks each)
- Design Problems
- General Awareness
- Quantitative Aptitude
- Testing & Debugging Questions

** Tips for the aptitude :**

- Dedicate adequate time to the coding segment, try to complete one of the two programs correctly, and if possible try to attempt the second part first as it has a greater weighting.

- Constantly try the Psychometric Test as students are not selected if they did not attempt the psychometric test even after their excellent work on the test passed. The Psychometric Test will not be judging you for right or incorrect answers, it is simply so you are able to analyze if you are consistent with your answers. Likewise, the question is posed in various ways and you have to be consistent.

- If you're confident about your Aptitude and Coding skills, then you can skip the essay section. Try to avoid grammatical and spelling mistakes if you attempt it.

- In the end speed and efficiency is what counts in the aptitude.

**1)**The average score of a cricketer for 13 matches is 42 runs. If his average score for the first 5 matches is 54, then what was his average score (in runs) for the last 8 matches?

**37****39****34.5****33.5**

**Answer: Option C.**

**Explanation:**

Total Score = Average * Number of matches

Total score of 13 matches = 13 × 42 = 546

Total score of first 5 matches = 5 × 54 = 270

Therefore, total score of last 8 matches = 546 - 270 = 276

Average = 276/8 = 34.5

Hence the answer is option C

**2)**If a2+b2+c2 = ab+bc+ca , then (a+c)/b is equal to

**1****2****3****4**

**Answer:** Option B

**3)**If the graphs of the equations x + y = 0 and 5y + 7x = 24 intersect at (m, n), then the value of m +n is

**2****1****0****-1**

**Answer: **Option C.

By solving the given two equations, we get the intersection point (12, - 12).

So, m = 12, n = -12

Hence, m + n = 12 – 12 = 0 So, ans. is option C.

**4)**What annual payment will discharge a debt of Rs. 6,450 due in 4 years at 5% per annum simple interest?

**1400****1500****1550****1600**

**Answer:** Option B.

Let the annual installment be rs. x

therefore (x + x*3*5/100)+(x + x*2*5/100)

+(x + x*1*5/100)+x =6450

=>115x/100+110x/100+105x/100+x=6450

=>115x+110x+105x+100x=6450*100

=>430x=6450*100

x=6450*100/430=rs.1500

**5)**In a family, the average age of a father and a mother is 35 years. The average age of the father, mother and their only son is 27 years. What is the age of the son?

**12 years****11 years****10.5 years****10 years****None of these**

**Answer: **Option B.

Father+Mother=2*35=70 years

Father+Mother+Son=27*3=81 years

therefore Son's age=81-70=11 years

**6)**The diameter of a circle is 21 meters. It will take how many revolutions to cover a distance of 6.6 km?

**80****50****200****100**

**Answer: **Option D.

No. of revolutions = Distance/circumference.

Distance = 6.6 × 1000 = 6600 metres.

Circumference = 2 × 22/7 × 21/2 = 66 metres.

No. of revolutions = 6600/66 = 100 revolutions. i.e. 4

**7)**The length and breadth of a rectangle are increased by 20% and 40% respectively. What is the percentage increase in its area?

**60%****68%****78%****Data inadequate**

**Answer: **Option B.

Apply the percentage formula. The percentage increase in the area will be P + Q + PQ / 100. So we get the answer as 20 +40 + 20 × 40/100 = 68%. i.e. 2nd option**.**

**1)Find out the sum of all digits from M to N (both inclusive). **

** **

**Input **M=1 ,N=10

**Output: **46 (1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+1+0)

**Input: **M=10 N=15

**Output: **21 (1+0+1+1+1+2+1+3+1+4+1+5)

**2)Convert the string into a special string.**

**Input: **

Hello There

**Output:**

Olleh Ereht

**Input: **

How are you?

**Output:**

Woh Era ?you

**3)Given {“hello”,”aaa”,”hi”} display 1 if reverse of a string exists in the**

** input else 0. ans: here reverse(“hello”)=”olleh” which is not in input **

** so display 0. similarly for “aaa” , u should display 1.**

** **

**4) Any number x + no.of active bits in binary representation of x) = y .**

** Then y is said to be a supported number and is supported by x.**

** And if a number is not supported by any other number, then it is said **

** To be a bleak number. Now given test cases of numbers, you have to print **

** whether a number is supported or bleak.**

The aptitude part is succeeded by the technical interview rounds. The technical round is divided into three parts.

At first, comes the first technical round.

This is a face-to-face interview round. It lasts for around an hour. At first, the interviewer asks to introduce the interviewees and sometimes they ask them about their family background. You need to have a good depth in both OOP and POP languages before sitting in this interview. They ask basic questions from C or C++ like various Differences between C and C++ or the OOP concepts like inheritance, Abstraction, Polymorphism, Encapsulations, etc. They can also ask about SDLC models like a spiral model, waterfall model, etc. It depends on the interviewer but they can ask you managerial questions like what is the difference between process, project, program, and product.

They can also ask you to write programs like a program to keep track of the number of objects created or to write a program in c for given INDABCINDAKLND as an input string stored in a singly linked list, whenever D and A are found.

They also give puzzles. Some interviewees shared their experience with these puzzles like :

First he asked me to tell about myself. Then he gave me a puzzle.

There is a square consisting of 4 x 4 squares. So count total number of squares and come up with a formula for no. of squares in a n x n square.

There are 25 horses. There are 5 tracks. So at a time, only 5 horses can be raced. What is the minimum number of races required to be conducted so that the winner can be decided.

I got a normal puzzle but some of my friend got the tough puzzles so go through the important puzzles

If you qualify for the first technical interview, within 10 or 15 minutes they call you for the second technical interview.

This round lasts for around 1 hour and 15 minutes. As usual, at first, they ask the interviewee to introduce themselves and may ask about their daily background. Then they ask you about your resume. So it's important that you create a very good resume and don't try to fake anything. They will ask you in-depth questions from every project that you mention in your resume and not being an answer to able any of them will create a very bad impression of yours and this will affect your chances of getting selected.

They ask basic questions from OOPs like what are the steps of compilation, differences between compiler and interpreter, or basics from POPs like questions on multithreading or error handling in C programming.

This round varies on the interviewer. Some of them ask from Data Structure only while some of them ask questions from both Data structure and Database Management Systems.

From DAS they ask simple questions like what is a stack or write a function to Find out Nth peeped Element using only push and pop. Or they can ask what is TREE, why it is being used, and explain all the traversals of a tree.

From DBMS they ask several questions. Some experiences shared by the interviewees are:

What is ER Diagram, Draw ER Diagram of your project with cardinality associations.

Then he asked me some SQL query

Top 5 user who are frequently registering the complaint.

Top 10 User with required inventory

2nd Highest user who register the complaint.

Top 5 user with required inventory in Year 2014.

some more (Total 8 -9 ) query related to Group By Order by and Aggregate function. I was able to solve 5 -6 of them.

Interviewer was a lady. She asked some maths questions related to graph and asked me to find out the domain of Y in it(similar to what we used to do in 11th/12th class), then asked me to draw certain venn diagrams related to bitwise operators. After that some questions on “public static void main(String[] args)” (was trying to confuse me), and asked about garbage collector. Also questions on a situation she gave me (it was related to functionality of a hypothetical software. Some SQL queries like Index Creation, Second max salary , Transactions and Serializability.

If you qualify this round too you are selected for the third technical round or the managerial round.

This round doesn't lasts for long . They ask you questions about SAP itself like, everything you know about SAP, or difference between JSPM and SDM, what is OSP$, or they can ask you to Describe the SAP single stack system in detail.

Or questions like list the different categories of users in the SAP system. List all of them and define them. They can also ask you to design a database of Dell which customizes the products with a few queries on it. They can also ask some personal questions in this round , according to some interviewees. Some experiences shared by the interviewees are:

In SAP Labs team there is person who is Asia specific Head ( I am not sure about this ) who is taking only Managerial round.

He asked me tell me about yourself ,family Background .

He asked me that if a client is facing a problem in accessing the detail of sales department, but process is very slow then how can you make it faster.

Suppose my laptop is working is slow, so what are the steps you will follow to measure or increase its speed.

What are the latest trends in world?

What is Cloud and why it is good. Do you work on any Cloud. I said yes I worked on Amazon EC2. Then he asked me what is this EC2 and where do you used this one.

He asked to If I ask any question. so I asked 3-4 question.

Tell me about yourself.

All you know about SAP.

How many rejections till now?

What is your Dream Company? Why?

What do you like most about your college?

Talked a bit about IITians , start ups … start up vs other major companies..which one do u prefer? and Why ?

Projects and leaderships – Asked if i was a leader for any project and asked what was my role exactly rather than just technical how else were you helpful for team?

Picked up random words from resume and started discussion on it ….He kept prolonging discussion.

This was mostly focused on, (that’s what I think), how are body language, way of presentation, and communication skills. He also asked me to explain my project and asked some questions related to the latest technologies. He maintained a poker face during the whole interview (maybe because he did not want me to know how am I doing).

In the end, comes the HR round.

At first, they ask the interviewee to tell about themselves, then why they chose this career. They also ask about family background and family business. They may ask about your strength and weaknesses. They do ask several questions about all the projects that you have listed in your resume. So try to have in-depth knowledge of all the projects that you have made. They may ask philosophical questions like what do you learn from a team or common HR questions like if you are having work of 10 days and you are having only 5 days, how to quill you manage your work. They can ask general questions about politics.

**Tips on HR round:**

**The round will be easy so do not lose your composure**

**Basic knowledge of all subjects.**

**Ask questions to them if they allow.**

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