INFOSYS PATTERN - 09 NOV 2003
I thank with my whole heart for the efforts taken by Friends madam to maintain such a large group so smoothly. I prepared by going through George Summers
and Shakuntala Devi, I also downloaded the previous questions papers from the files section of the group.
The group has really kept me informed nearly on any job opportunity in India. I also thank Surendra for encouraging and advising us and the group members for co-operating with such a venture.
I attended the Infosys written exam on Nov 9, received the offer letter from Infosys Technologies on Nov 21 as an email asking me to join on Dec 15.
I think I did 7 out of the 10 question I must have totalled a sum of 37 marks. I worked out almost all the questions in Summers expect 5 or 6. There was a
question on Truth tellers, Alternator and Falsifiers (Summers Model) for the exam. I had tried to do the similar question in Summers for hours without any use. I didnot bother to look at the answer as there wasn't much time for me. Seeing a similar question for the exam, I was under the false impression that I could not do it in another 1 hour. I left it straight away.
I think that was a sort of mental block. I was very tensed to attempt it even, believing firmly that I could not do it. Actually many of my friends who have
not even touched Summers found it easy to do.
So my small advise is, if you are like me, if you don't have much time to prepare do look at the answers and learn how to do it. Spending a lot of time in working out an answer may not be a good idea when you have very less time. Also try to work out the questions for a second time (as a revision) so that you can gain speed.
Once again thank you very much Friends madam for the help and support you have extended, with out which I definitely could not have achieved this.
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