TCS Interview Experience - New Delhi 3rd August 2019
The exam has 4 sections namely,
- Verbal Ability (English).
- Quantitative Aptitude.
- Technical Questions.
Verbal Ability section is not too difficult. Anyone with basic knowledge of English can easily clear the this section. The question are MCQ type in this section.
Generally paragraphs are given with blanks that the students have to fill by choosing the correct option. Major topics for this section include Tenses, Prepositions, part of speech, basic grammar.
Next section is quantitative aptitude and the questions are of moderate level. If you read the questions well, you will probably end up finding the right answer.
The questions were both fill in the blanks (FUB) and MCQ type in this section. Important topics for this section are percentage, average, profit and loss, geometry, speed time and distance, ages.
Then we have the technical questions and this section is a bit difficult as big code snippets are given and we have to predict the outputs and fill in the blanks with the answer.
Some MCQ's were also there in this section. But there is nothing to worry about, just read the questions throughly with concentration and you will be able to predict the output. Mainly questions were asked from C, C++.
The last section is of Coding in which one question was given and we were asked to write the code in 30 minutes. There are five languages and you can choose any one to write your code. Languages include C, C++, Java, python and perl.
The question which I got was to convert a number from Base 17 to Decimal that is Base 10. I had written the code by applying some logic but couldn't run it as the compiler was a bit slow and the time was over but I had saved and submitted the code till that time.
The TCS NQT is not that difficult. If a student attempts it with patience and with concentration, he/she can crack it easily. I attempted all 41 questions and full confident of getting a call for interview whose results are going to be out within a few days.
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