To respond to this question, I’ll need a lot more information, such as your degree of experience, any specific companies you’d like to work for, and so on. Apart from that, as a fresher, you may not have many opportunities, but if you do, an interviewer wants you to know about it.
Read the job description thoroughly; nothing is asked outside of it; at the very least, this will get you through the interview.
The next step is to take a one-week to revise these Java concepts:
-Overloading and Overriding are two terms that are often used interchangeably.
-JDK, JRE, and JVM are acronyms for Java Development Kit, Java Runtime Environment, and Java Virtual Machine
-Some common questions include features of each Java version, why it is platform agnostic, and if it is pass by value or pass by ref.
-The Exception Hierarchy and several well-known questions about exceptions, such as try-catch related issues and what happens when we do system.
-try block, finally block, throw throws, and other blocks can be used to leave or return something.
So, if you can answer 60percent of the overall of these questions correctly, you’re done. The rest is determined by how urgently they require a person.