Accenture Interview Experience - ERODE
In our college Accenture first round was conducted by cocubes. 500 students were attended.
Aptitude - 20 Questions.
Verbal - 20 Questions.
Logical - 20 Questions.
In cocubes platform we can switch between sections. There is no sectional timings. Cut-off were 12, 12, 10 respectively. Questions were very simple. If you are clear in basics you can easily clear the first round.
Out of 600 students only 243 students were selected for next round.
Second round was panel interview. Two interviewers for one panel.
While I was attending second round 2 CSE, 1 IT, 2 ECE students were with me.
First they asked to start self introduction.
When one girl started the self intro by saying her name, school name, marks. Interviewer stopped her and asked to say something which she had done other than study's. They said, "We are tired of hearing the same kind of self intro. So please say something which is new". After hearing this everyone said I got first prize in volley ball, coco like that. But I am not a sports player. So I told that openly.
Second they asked to explain the projects just to check whether we can speak confidently and fluently.
Then questions like why Accenture? and also questions from pre-placement talk.
At last they asked, "Any questions for us?".
I have asked a question, "After becoming a part of Accenture how can I contribute to the innovation hub at Accenture?".
Interviewer answered for my question clearly.
Speaking confidently is more than enough to clear the second round.
Finally out of 243 students 200 students were selected and I am one of them.
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