ADP PATTERN - 22 AUG 2007 - HYDERABAD
I attended the ADP broadridge walk-in that was held in its Hyderabad office (fortune9). I think some 200 freshers must have appeared. they sent few of us in to write the test and rest had to leave the place after simply dropping their resume. the cut off was 70% from 10th till graduation.
The question paper had 4 sections -- sections A,B,C and D
it has totally 40 questions. time 20 minutes.
10 questions-fill up the blanks
(u have to study barrons GRE to be able to answer these questions. CAT students can do well i guess.)
remaining 20 questions from maths apptitude.. study R.S.Agarwal thoroughly...most of the them are profit-loss, percentages, time-distance/ work and numbers.
**Warning: if you are slow in maths or with english for sure you will run out of time. Be fast and be accurate**
20 questions to answer in 30 minutes.
all question are based on C programming...the questions are something like find the output of the program, compilation errors, find which line of the given program has an error. u ought to be thorough with datastructures in C to answer them. u will not find simple C programming questions be thorough with datastructures using C.
a long C program which is about 2-1/2 pages long and it has only 5 questions to answer in 10 minutes.. i didnot understand half of the program...it had many function calls...
duration i think its 10 minutes....
an essay of 100 words has to be written on the given topic. first the given topic was "My few favourite things" then they changed the topic to "Same as the last"... God knows what is the meaning of the topic. the entire class had dumb face when they heard the topic title and i am sure most of them actually screwed here..
All the best to all who are appearing for this test.. hope u would do well...
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