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As one of the world’s leading database management providers, Oracle is known for providing top-of-the-line solutions for its users. You can expect that your interview at Oracle will be challenging and filled with a wide variety of questions. Memorizing past Oracle interview questions and their answers isn’t going to cut it. Oracle screens candidates thoroughly, and you’re going to need a solid strategy to knock this interview out of the park. Interview Cake can teach you a unique approach to preparing for your Oracle interview.

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What people are saying about Oracle's interview

Check out some of the positive highlights that others have written about their Oracle interview experience on Glassdoor:

  • ”Called for a 6 hour interview and was interviewed by 4 different engineers, a manager, director, VP and senior VP. The interviews by the engineers were fairly technical - questions on C, C++ templates, STL, vxworks and an aptitude question. The manager and above leaders asked fairly my work ethics and skills.”
  • ”First interview consisted of designing an application - identifying the functional requirements and justifying the tools I would use to implement them. I was also asked 3 puzzle problems and 1 coding problem. They were difficult but the Interviewer guided me to the correct solution, unlike other interviews I have given in the past.”

And here are some of the negative experiences interviewees have reported to Glassdoor:

  • ”It is very technical and intense. They asked a lot of relational database related questions in detail. It looks like they're looking for specific skill set. The interview has gone to coding level.”
  • ”Interview was almost straight to the technical questions with a small chance to talk about a recent project that was listed on my resume, I've got a couple of questions which I solved although they were expecting a more efficient answer. They care about data structures and efficient algorithms, the interview lasted around 1hr in English.”
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