Infosys Interview Experience - September 24-25, 2014
Infosys has 2 rounds,
1) Written test.
2) Technical+HR interview.
1) Written test is an mass elimination round and from our college 700 appeared for test. The paper was tough and also their was sectional cutoff. There is no -ve marking so attempt all the questions.
Written online test was divided into 3 modules/sections.
A) LR- 1 quest. From coding-decoding, 5 from syllogisms, and 4 from some other topics.
Sufficient time will be provided and you can also navigate and flag any question. This section was easy and practice from RS will be sufficient. 5 ques. On Seating arrangement.
B) QUANT- consisted of 15 questions the time for this section was 35 mins.
1 - DI question (5 question. ) - was very easy,
1 - DS (5 question. ) - moderate level,
And rest 5 were based on general maths and time & distance,
C) ENG- 40 ques. And time was 35 mins.
2 reading com. Which are big but questions related to them are easy,
5-10 question. On sentence improvement(can be tough) ,
5 ques. On theme detection (refer IndiaBix for general idea but level of questions was quite high).
And rest 15 were based on grammar and word meaning.
1) In quant section attempt DI after attempting all other questions.
2) In English section don't take anyone's advice. **.
Results were announced on same day. 70% (apprx. ) were eliminated i.e. out of 800 only 200 were selected from written test and I luckily I was among them.
After written test there is only 1 round i.e. TECh+HR interview.
It mainly depends on your luck to get a HR interviewer, overall the interview was easy.
They just check communication skills and confidence level. Technical questions are also asked but Infosys believes on their training. So don't hesitate in saying no to any question and generally questions will be from CV.
If you clear the online test then you are in. :).
All the best.
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