ACCENTURE PATTERN & INTERVIEW - 28 MAY 2006 - DELHI
I am Chirag, got placed in Accenture from the campus held in Delhi on 28th May. Here's the pattern
1. WRITTEN TEST
There were 3 sections 1.verbal ability 2.aptitude(maths) 3.analytical ability (puzzles).
The test was quiet easy. We were given 60 min for 55 questions. If you are a CAT aspirant then it will be a childs play for you.
GD was ok and classic one type. They see u speak something and speak confidently. That was my first GD and i was through. Our topic was 'Reservation in Private sector'
In HR they ask the usual questions but many were eliminated in this round. so the key is to be confident and gather as much information as possible about Accenture and go through your resume as they asked about hobbies, interests etc..To some people some technical questions were also asked in HR and many got nervous. I think they just wanted to see how u react. so don't be nervous if they start asking you technical questions in HR.
It was also an elimination round. It was the first time that students were eliminated between two interviews.Some got eliminated in this round but it depedns on the interviewer also. to some students very tricky questions were asked. they asked mostly about your project and if u start well then after that they ask u very simple questions. and plz dont try to fool them by writing skills that u dont have They will catch u in interview and then u will hhave a tough time.they also ask about C, C++, Software engg(Testing).
Note: Try to score high in Aptitude test. If your score is high and if you have cleared the GD then by Technical Interview is just a formality, as happened in my case. so All The Best to all of u! may all of you get good placements.
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