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Accenture Interview Experience - Bangalore, September 29th, 2015

Posted By : Ayush Kumar Rating : +64, -7
Hi all, I attended the accenture placement at my college.

ON the first day 27th sept, 2015 there was a presentation about Accenture and you just need to listen to them you get to know about the company, profile and the other details about the company. Just pay attention to the presentation.

Followed by an online test conducted by Merittrac which was quite easy.

There were 3 sections :-

1. Verbal Reasoning.
2. Analytical.
3. Attention to details.

The important point :- There was no Quantitative Aptitude.

Basic preposition questions, 2 Comprehensions (some 8 questions) etc in total 20 questions.  (time 20 minutes).

Analytical Section included 5-6 questions on easy Venn diagrams, Statements and conclusions/Statements and Assumptions - some 4-5 questions, Syllogisms, Number series, Logical deductions, Blood relations etc in total 20 questions (I guess) , time - 25 minutes.

Attention to details was one which is easy but you need to manage time there as it includes 2 Comprehensions based logical questions (need patience and cool mind) and some questions like +=-, -=+, *=/ were also asked (easy) and very easy 3-4 questions on spotting the patterns like AANNMMMMMNNNNN AANNNMMMMNNNNN AANNMMMMNNNN so whats the answer:

1) Only 1 and 3 alike..
2) All different. Etc in total 15 questions 15 minutes.

Be very patient and have a cool mind set to answer these questions which would be rather easy than those asked by AMCAT pattern but remember you need to have time management.

Some 816 students appeared written among which around 680 were shortlisted for interviews.

Day 3 was interviews which didn't include any technical questions just basic communication skills will be tested and have a knowledge about common HR questions. Then the results were announced AROUND 350 students made it and I was among the lucky ones. All the best!