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General - Other Anuraag Engg College , Hyderabad - 2 July 2007 by Infosys

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INFOSYS PAPER ON 2nd JULY AT HYDERABAD

Hi frnds,  

Written has 2 parts namely

1.      Logical (30 Questions)
2.      Verbal   (40 Questions)

 

The pattern is as follows

Logical Reasoning consists of 30 Questions which shd be answered in 40 min

 

It had 6 questions n 5 internal questions

(1-5)There was 5 questions based on dice

(6-10)and these questions are based on finding odd figure from given set

(11-15)questions on data sufficiency easy ones

(16-20)questions on data interpretation (some what difficult very time consuming)

(20-25)5 questions on puzzle test 1st model from R.S Agarwal

(26-30)questions on syllogisms and R.S. Agarwal didt helped us dey gave 5 statements and shd find 3 logically correct statements

 

Verbal paper consists of 40 Questions which shd be answered in 30 min

It consists of two R.C

Correction of sentences

Deriving conclusion from given passages

Questions on prepositions

 

There is no sectional cut off and negative marking so try to solve as many problems as you can and cut off was 30

 

Preparation Material:

Try to complete the following topics from R.S. Agarwal verbal n non verbal

1. puzzle test (all d 7 types)

2. seating arrangement

3. data sufficiency

4. data interpretation

5. blood relations

6. coding decoding

7. syllogism

8. cubes and dice

9. classification from non verbal(finding odd figure)

10. directions

11. ranking

12. Sequential output tracing.

13. Deriving conclusion from passages

 

Never leave any topic from R.S Agarwal verbal and nonverbal try to practice each and every problem.

And for verbal solve as many exercises as u can from Wren and Martin

N topics are

   1. Articles

   2. Prepositions

   3. Tenses

   4. Auxilaries and Modals