Adobe Aptitude Test consist of two rounds:
Section - 1 Aptitude Question (45 minutes)
45 questions in total. Refer R.S Agarwal or CSR.
15 questions from analytical.
30 questions from quantitative aptitude.
No test on English language.
Aptitude: They had fairly simple arithmetic question, questions on geometry and questions like whether information can be deduced from the comments given. It was fairly easy and jst u need to have basic clear.
Analytical: Questions like pattern matching, odd one out were there. Be careful while attempting these two sections that u wont be having much time. Before u know the time is over.
Section - 2 Subjective questions
10 questions: 30 minutes.
10 questions: 45 minutes.
Computers: This paper is mostly from the topics u cover in B.Tech. there was one question on finite automata, Bit manipulation (flipping the bits), drawing the tree given pre-order and in order traversal, finding the formula for N-ary tree to fine number of external nodes.
C/Java: Here u had to write C programs (Mind u no multiple questions). There was one question to write program to search a string from bigger string, write a algorithm to compute X^n which is of complexity log n, implementation function. (U cannot use any standard function in these.)
Frequently Asked Questions About Adobe Recruiting Process:
1. Is Adobe recruiting in India?
Yes. Adobe India has aggressive recruitment plans and is planning to recruit more than 300 people over the this year.
2. What is the recruiting process at Adobe’s India campus?
The recruitment process consists of a series of tests followed by interviews. The tests consist of an aptitude and quantitative test for all positions and technical tests related to the specific functional area. For example, a person applying for a development position would need to sit for an engineering, C and C++ test.
Candidates who qualify in the test may be called for interviews. The final candidate is selected based on the outcome of the interviews.
3. Do outstation candidates have to come to Noida and Bangalore for the tests?
Besides our offices, we have facilities to test candidates at different locations, which include the following: Pune, Chennai and Hyderabad.
While we mostly fly in candidates to our Noida and Bangalore offices for interviews, we do occasionally go to various locations and take interviews.
4. Where should I submit my CV?
You can submit your CV by going to http://www.adobeindia.com (Careers) for the current positions and apply against the vacancies shown therein.
For other vacancies for which the numbers may be less or which may be in the pipeline, kindly go to the following link http://adobe.taleo.net/careersection...ch.ftl?lang=en.
5. When will I get to know whether I have been short-listed or not once I have submitted my CV?
If you are short-listed you shall be contacted for tests via email and phone call within two to three weeks from the date you submitted your CV.
6. What do I do if there are no suitable jobs open for my kind of skill set? Can I still submit my CV?
We would request you to wait and apply at a time when the vacancies occur.
7. Can I apply for more than one job code at the same time?
1. What kind of work can I expect at Adobe?
As a Developer at Adobe you would have complete ownership of the component that has been given to you starting from Research, Design, Coding, Debugging, Delivery and Maintenance.
As a Quality Engineer you would interact with the developers and have hands on responsibility for generating test plans and executing test cases for the specific functionality assigned to you. You would be responsible for performance conformance for that specific functionality.
2. Will I get overseas exposure?
The Adobe India campuses work on various Adobe products and technology components in partnership with other Adobe development centers around the world. This partnership may involve business related trips to other Adobe offices. These would be need based and generally would be of a short-term nature. In addition, we take up to 20% of our technical team to the Adobe Technical Summit every year.
3. What is Adobe India’s Development Center Model?
Adobe India is NOT an offshore development center where work is outsourced. It is a Development center, which has teams working on various features of the main product in partnership with the other development centers. The level of ownership enjoyed by the teams is different for each product line.
1. What is the Adobe culture like?
Adobe India has a non-hierarchical, informal and open environment. We believe in fostering a culture with the highest levels of integrity. Adobe employees thrive on innovation and creativity and cultivate an workplace where individuals treat each other with respect. Adobe takes pride in sharing its success with its employees. We offer a dynamic work workplace that is result-oriented, rewarding, and energizing and inspires employee commitment and team spirit. Adobe ensures that customer and partner requirements are at the center of everything it does and hence consistently delivers the highest quality and value to its various stakeholders.
2. How many Development Centers does Adobe have in India?
We have two development centers in India – one in Noida and one in Bangalore.