Accenture Aptitude-General Contributed by Krantisinh Deshmukh updated on May 2019
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Hello Friends,

Freshersworld.com has a huge role in my success. This is tribute to all those who have shared their experience on this site.   Accenture had come in our campus on 9th and 10th July, 2010. On 9th, they started the process by taking our aptitude first. There were almost 780 students who appeared for the aptitude. Aptitude was a fairly simple task. Their pattern was normal (55 questions in 60 minutes). You need to have a little logic to crack it. I had prepared myself from R.S. Aggrawal but apart from giving confidence it was of no use. The aptitude was divided into three categories viz. English, Problem Solving and Data Interpretation.   In English, there were 5 questions on articles, 5 fill in the blanks and there were two passages for reading comprehension. In Data interpretation, there were simple problems like:   Odd man out:

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There were also several questions on:

If +=*, -=/, *=- and /=+ then what is the value of 5+6*3-2/9?

First two sections had 20 questions each and the last section had 15 questions. Though the aptitude was simple, it was difficult to solve those 55 questions within the alotted time (60 minutes.) They had also asked to write an essay on ‘The importance of computer science in getting a job in IT industry’. No extra time was given to us to complete the essay. We had to complete it within those sixty minutes only along with the aptitude.

456 students were shortlisted from the aptitude. Fortunately, I was one of them and I was the topper from our branch (E&TC).

Then there was technical interview.