Accenture: Test and Interview pattern           

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Accenture is the one of the world’s largest IT firm that deals in worldwide management consulting, outsourcing and IT services. Headquarters of Accenture is at Dublin, Ireland. The company came to India in 1987. Its first office in India was in Mumbai. It has now set up centers in Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, and Gurugram. It has a lot of patents under government’s Make in India campaign. Since it has been the largest recruiter in KIIT for 3 years in a row, we wanted to share some idea about the recruitment process. The Accenture Test-Pattern and Selection-Procedure are as follows:

Selection Process:

The company conducts recruitment process every year to select new candidates. The selection process of the company consists of 2 rounds. These rounds are as follows:

  1. Written Exam
  2. HR Interview

Academic Criteria:

  1. 60% and above aggregate in graduation degree.
  2. Education gap of not more than one year.

The pattern of Written Exam:

Online Test Pattern (Based on AMCAT Pattern)

The AMCAT pattern has 75 questions in total which are to be solved in 95 minutes.

The question distribution is as follows:

  1. 25 questions on Quantitative aptitude with a time limit of 35 minutes.
  2. 25 questions on Logical reasoning with a time limit of 35 minutes.
  3. 25 questions on verbal ability with a time limit of 25 minutes.

No negative marking for incorrect answer.

Online Test Pattern (Based on Merit Trac Pattern)

The Merit Trac pattern has 55 questions in total which are to be solved in 60 minutes.

The question distribution is as follows

  1. 20 questions on Analytical aptitude with a time limit of 20 minutes.
  2. 20 questions on Verbal ability with a time limit of 20 minutes.
  3. 15 questions on attention to detail with a time limit of 20 minutes.

No negative marking for incorrect answer.

Details about all the sections:

  1. Verbal section consists of short reading comprehension passages. They are easy to solve and answers can be easily found in the passages. This section also consists of basic grammar usage questions like fill in the blanks, synonyms, antonyms, paragraph completion, sentence completion, cloze tests, Para jumbles, vocabulary etc. This section is of moderate to difficult level. One who has a preparation of 6-8 weeks could clear it with ease.
  2. Reasoning section consists of data interpretation and logical reasoning questions. The section involves easy solving puzzles, graphs, charts, tables, symbolic representation, series, set theory etc. This section is of moderate to difficult level. This section requires a lot of practice.

       3.Quantitative Ability section consists of questions from the topics like algebra, time          & work, time, speed & distance, arithmetic, percentages, profit & loss, geometry, etc.           This section is of easy to moderate level. This section can be aced with a routine practice.

         4. Attention to detail section checks your presence of mind and your skill of identifying errors that creep into a solution. This section’s performance is totally dependent on person to person.

 

Overall the level of the paper is moderate to difficult. Only those candidates who clear the written exam will be eligible for the next round.

 

Note: This is the current pattern and it may or may not be followed in future.

That’s it for today. Have a nice day and all the best for the placement in 2018.

 

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