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POLARIS PATTERN & INTERVIEW - 22 JAN 2010

Posted By : P.Sinduja Rating : +290, -39
Hi Friends

I am posting the Polaris interview experience with you all. I attended it on Jan 22, 2010.

Interview process consists of 3 steps:
1. Written test
2. GD
3. Technical HR

The Written Test consists of General Maths, GK, Verbal questions. No negative marking.

In Aptitude section, the questions were from all chapters in R.S.Aggarwal. The questions were asked only from that book and even the data were not changed. The questions were not from the example part but the problems part. Questions from Time & Work, Time & Distance, Partnership, Train, Boats & Streams, Pipes were all there.

In the GK section, questions like - which is the land of the rising Sun (ans: Japan), in which country was Olympic inaugurated, etc were asked.

In the Verbal section, paragraphs will be given and we have to select the best option after reading the para. Then error correction was asked.

The written test was easy. It was an off-campus so many people attended.

The second round was GD. Topics such as
1. Are women really a weaker sex?
2. Should students enter into politics?

After this round, Technical HR round. In this they asked basic questions from C. They asked to write a simple program. They just check your confidence level.

So, once you clear the GD, this round is easy. This is my experience. Hope it will be useful for Polaris aspirants :)

Thank you

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