Infosys Interview Experience - Ghaziabad, September 11, 2015
Coming directly to the point ,
The online test was divided into three sections, with sectional time limit, sectional cutoffs and no negative marking.
Section 1 : Critical Reasoning, 15 questions, 25 minutes.
The first 5 questions were on Data Sufficiency.
|x-4|=3 and x^2=x+6 given, and question to find +ve value of x.
A) three people ate some fraction x , y , z of a cake.
B) all four ate the cake together.
Question was to find what fraction did the 4th guy eat?
Similar easy but tricky questions from data sufficiency.
The next 5 questions were to find a set of statements that would make logical sense.
A) This flower is red.
B) Some confusing statement.
C) All red flowers are roses.
D) Some random statement.
E) This is rose.
Similar 4 other questions
Last 5 questions were on a complex DI problem , with three graphs showing death and cases due to diseases in some years. The questions that followed were like, finding death as a percentage of cases found, change in cases as a percentages of cases found, change in cases as a percentages of cases found, and finding whether rate of change of deaths is increasing or decreasing.
Section 2 : Mathematical Reasoning, 10 questions, 35 minutes.
First 5 questions were based on a single scenario of 7 band members and their performance positions with restrictions, like who stands where, and who cannot stand next to whom. The questions that followed were like who can't stand somewhere, or finding no.of arrangements in case of some added conditions. Easy as,
Q6 was a mixture-profit based simple problem.
Q7 was a probability question based on simple application of Bayes Theorem and total probability (urns and b/w balls).
Q8 was to find no. of ways of at-least 1 selection from 9 candidates.
Q9 was if AHT=58 then KEEP= ?
Q10 was a simple series question with each term 2^n+3^n.
Very easy section.
Section C : Verbal Ability, 40 questions, 35 minutes.
2 large paragraphs with 5 questions each based mostly on passage theme and completing statements, quite easy.
10 questions based on improvising the underlined phrase.
10 questions on 10 smaller paragraphs, based on inference, argument and counter arguments.
10 questions on correct and appropriate use of forms of statements.
Most questions on improvisation were based on apt hearing, and passage questions were straightforward.
Passed the test with flying colors.
Interview experience to follow.
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