Placement Papers: Convansys May 2003

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Aptitude will be your first section-aptitude will be quite easy (simple distance, time, numbers etc.) problems. You'll probably also have one question like

the GRE analytical section (i.e., you will be given a paragraph followed by a set of ⅘ questions based on that paragraph). This section is easy but don't spend

too much time on any question (time will be a factor) for some of the questions u can easily work out the solution backwards (I mean you can form an equation and then substitute the choices given in your answers instead of trying to solve equations)

Next you will have to take 2 papers on programming languages: You can choose between C/C + +, Java and VB. Just glance thro the 3 papers and choose 2 which you are comfortable with. I think C/C + + and Java will be easy. Time is not a problem for these papers.

Next you will have to take one of the database related papers (I think there is oracle and something else) oracle seemed easy (though I have never worked in oracle) -questions are basic and even if you don't know oracle you could just try to find some tutorial on the net.

Then you have choice of paper between Windows Server 2000 and Unix (I'm not sure of these choices since I took the test in May). Again the questions will be

easy (basics).

Well, that's all there is in all I think u have to take 5 papers (apt. 2 languages, 1 database and 1 OS)

So, those of you taking your test best of luck-just stay calm-if you have studied oracle, unix it will be very easy (for others like me just relax and give it your best shot-you have nothing to lose)

Apptitude: 20 questions 25 minutes

1 Analytical (4 questions)

other apptitude and puzzles

C/C + +

20 questions


20 questons


20 questions


20 questions

all other sections except apptitude you will have enough time.

Just be good in the basics you will be shortlisted and there will be a G. D and followed by an interview.