“ An awesome platform to help one prepare for interviews. The best part is the tagging system where all questions are tagged according to the companies they were asked in. This helps you prepare company wise. 5 stars from me. ”
“ InterviewBit is awesome coding resource! The questions were all really good, and the gaming aspect kept me going way longer than I would have otherwise. Because of InterviewBit I got multiple offers, but I ended up joining Google. ”
“ I joined InterviewBit before 2 months. Except Greedy and Graphs I covered questions from almost all Tracks (at least one question from each bucket).
Some of the best features which I really liked about InterviewBit are:
1. They have the concept of streak, which keep users motivated to spend around 2-3 hours each day. They also reward users with coins if they maintain a streak of >= 5 days.
2. The concept of "Seek Help", which is useful if someone is stuck and cannot figure out the bug in the solution.
3. They have strong test cases, which ensures that the solution which passes all corner cases gets accepted by judge.
4. Their judge also checks if "Time Limit" and "Memory Limit" is strictly obeyed in the solution.
5. Constraints are not mentioned in the question as they want users to come up with the best possible solution.
6. They provide hints (which open in some fixed intervals after which the question is opened), as are provided in interviews, so that users can formulate the solution based on these hints. ”
“ When I decided to prepare for upcoming coding interviews, I first went to websites like leetcode.com, codechef.com, etc. I did not like the lack of structure: there are lists with hundreds of problems, and no obvious way to choose from them (apart from random sampling). Which was not efficient enough, because I had just a few weeks to prepare.
When I stumbled upon InterviewBit, I found much better structured content. I liked interactive features that worked as my own virtual coach -- giving suggestions on which problems to solve next. Overall, I was guided via a great overview of algorithms, data structures, and problem types.
I got in touch with InterviewBit team after leveling up. They were very nice with offering me a mock interview session, which was very helpful for finding weak spots in my algorithms knowledge, system design and coding skills.
Practicing with InterviewBit helped me to pass through phone screening interviews, prepare for on-site interviews, and eventually get a job offer that I'm happy with. ”
“ As students we are used to writing code that just works. In an interview each and every line of
code that you write matters alot. You need to practice writing elegant and clean code and force
yourself to use the good programming practices we all know but are too lazy to actually adopt. I
strongly suggest w ww.interviewbit.com for practicing to code. It has extensive coverage of all
the interview style questions and their format is such that you get addicted to solving problems
since there are daily goals and each question yields some points depending on how well you did
in that question. Most of my prep was on this website and it significantly improved my coding
habits as well. They have questions based on all the interview topics and commonly used tricks.
Like you might not know "Backtracking" and "Two pointers" are 2 very popular classes of
interview questions. In order to complete the interviewbit "course" you are forced to clear at
least one question from each sub topic. ”