# Latest Accenture Practice Questions & Answers 2018

Accenture is a leading global professional services company, providing a broad range of services and solutions in strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations. Learn more about Accenture here. In case you are wondering if you would be eligible for the role of a software trainee at Accenture, find out the Eligibility Criteria here. Coming to the Accenture Selection Process, it consists of three rounds.

1. Written Round

2. Technical Round

3. HR Round

Interviews, Group Tasks & Personality Development

Accenture Written exam consists of 3 sections - Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, Verbal Ability.  Find out the complete Accenture Recruitment Process here. Below are few aptitude questions based on previous years' Accenture placement papers. Read along to find out the rigor and subject topics of the questions generally expected in Accenture placement papers for freshers.

Accenture Aptitude Sample Question 1: The speed of a car is 45 km/h. The distance traveled by car in 240 minutes is same as the distance traveled by train in 25 minutes. What is the speed of the train in km/h?

a) 420 km/hr

b) 330 km/hr

c) 120 km/hr

d) 432 km/hr

Explanation: 240 minutes = 240/60= 4 hours

Distance traveled by car in 4 hours = 45×4 = 180 km

Time taken by the train to travel 180 km = 25 minutes = 25/60 hours

Speed of the train = Distance/ time = 180/ (25/60) = 432 km/hr

Accenture Aptitude Sample Question 2: The difference between the present age of a man and of his daughter is 28. The average of their ages now is 28. What are their present ages in years?

a) 28, 56

b) 14, 42

c) 7, 35

d) 35, 14

Explanation:

Let the daughter’s present age be x.

The present age of father = 28+x

According to the question, the averages of their ages is 28.

Hence, (28+2x)/2 =28

x =14.

Therefore, the daughter’s present age is 14 and the father’s present age is 42

Accenture Aptitude Sample Question 3:

1. I hope for a day when Indian people will file lawsuits _____

a) at the drop of an egg

b) at the drop of a ball

c) at the drop of an eagled.

d) at the drop of a hat

Explanation:

'At the drop of a hat' is an idiom which means immediately or without any hesitation.

Accenture Aptitude Sample Question 4: Choose the best antonym for lament.

a) Grief

b) Blues

c) Celebrate

d) Optimistic

Explanation:

'Lament' means to express grief and sorrow.

Hence, the antonym of 'lament' from the given options is 'celebrate'.

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Accenture Aptitude Sample Question 5:

Logical Puzzles: Which letter replaces '?' symbol

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a) T

b) U

c) X

d) I

Explanation:

In each row, multiply the numerical values of the first and third letters gives the second letter numerical value.

→  E= 5, D =4

→ E * D = 5 * 4 = 20

→ 20 = T

Hence 'T' replaces the '?' symbol

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# Tech Mahindra Aptitude Placement Papers & Solution

Tech Mahindra Ltd provides information Technology, networking technology solutions and BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) to the telecommunications industry. Learn more about the Tech Mahindra Company Profile here. In case you are wondering if you would be eligible for the role of a software trainee at Tech Mahindra, find out the Tech Mahindra Eligibility Criteria here. Coming to the Tech Mahindra Selection Process, it consists of four rounds.

1. Online Aptitude Round

2. Essay Writing Round

3. Technical Round

4. HR Round

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Tech Mahindra Written exam consists of seven sections - English Language General 1, English Language General 2, English Language Comprehension, Quantitative Ability / Arithmetic Ability, Verbal Reasoning General, Verbal Reasoning paragraph and Non-Verbal Reasoning. Find complete Tech Mahindra Recruitment Process here. Below are few aptitude questions based on previous Tech Mahindra placement papers. Read on to find out the rigor and subject topics of the questions generally expected in Tech Mahindra placement papers for freshers.

TechM Aptitude Sample Question 1: Choose the word which has a similar meaning to the word given here.

'Abdicate'

a. Resign

b. Abduct

c. Accept

d. Own

The meaning of abdicate is to renounce/resign from one's throne/duty.

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TechM Aptitude Sample Question 2: Fill in the blank with the appropriate.

He________her in wearing ridiculous clothes in spite of her disapproval.

a. Insists

b. desists

c. Desists

d. Resists

The best fit here is insists and it is always followed by the preposition ‘in’

TechM Aptitude Sample Question 3: Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow.

Tribal festivals have been around for as long as anyone can remember. The revelry and pomp usually bore religious significance. The Karama festival in Odisha is a good example of this. Between the months of August and September, the branches of a Karam tree are planted by spinster women in a bid to have their fortunes changed. Similarly, the Sarhul festival in Jharkhand is about securing the safety of the village by worshipping the Sal tree- the abode of goddess Sarna. However, unlike in the past, these groups do not necessarily gather for religious reasons today. Except for a relatively small number of tribal groups, people celebrate these festivals as a reminder of their ancestry, a fun way to self-preserve, and to herald seasonal changes. However, tribal groups that are blissfully untouched by modernization require varying degrees of protection and support from our Government.

Source: Tribal festivals: celebrating and preserving India’s avatar, Qrius

1. The passage given above is mainly concerned with

a. Preserving India’s culture through festivals

b. Modern India has forgotten culture

c. History of tribal festivals in India

d. Government initiatives to preserve tribal culture

Answer: a) Preserving India's culture through festivals

Festivals like Karama in Odisha, Sarhul in Jharkhand have been mentioned in the passage explaining why/ how they have celebrated hinting at the historical significance of these festivals. Hence, ‘preserving India's culture through festivals’ suits the passage best.

2. Where is the Karama festival celebrated?

a. Odisha

b. Karnataka

c. Bangalore

This is a factual question and can be answered easily by looking at the passage. It is Odisha.

3. Choose the word which has a similar meaning to the word given here.

Pomp

a. Ceremony

c. Festival

d. Beauty

The meaning of Pomp is a ceremony or splendid display.

4. The author would agree the most with which of the following:

I. Tribal groups used to gather for religious reasons just like in the past.

II. Tribal groups together gather for religious reasons, unlike in the past

III. Tribal groups today do not gather for religious reasons. However, in the past, it was otherwise.

IV. Tribal groups celebrate festivals only as a part of remembering their ancestry

Choose the correct option:

a. I only

b. both I & III

c. both III & IV

d. IV only

Answer: c) both III & IV

Both the options are considered as valid: tribal groups today do not gather for religious reasons. However, in the past, it was otherwise and tribal groups celebrate festivals only as a part of remembering their ancestry.

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TechM Aptitude Sample Question 4: The difference between ages of a man and his daughter is 28. The average of their ages now is 28. What are their present ages?

a) 28, 56

b) 14, 42

c) 7, 35

d) 35, 14

Let the daughter’s current age be x.

The current age of father = 28+x

According to the question, the averages of their ages is 28.

Hence, (x+28+x)/2 =28

X =14.

Therefore, the daughter’s present age is 14 and the father’s present age is 42

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TechM Aptitude Sample Question 5: When Rina’s illness took a turn for the worse, the doctors took_____to________the situation.

a. Steps, ameliorate

b. Measures, mitigate

c. Nodes, improve

d. Approaches, mitigate

steps and ameliorate are the best set of words that would fit here.

TechM Aptitude Sample Question 6: N:2744 :: E: ?

a) 125

b) 216

c) 625

d) 50

If the alphabets are numbered from 1 to 26, N will be 14. 2744 is obtained by cubing 14. Hence, the answer is 5×5×5 i.e. 125

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# Zensar Eligibility Criteria for Fresher 2018

Zensar is one of the topmost recruiters in India in the field of information technology, therefore it is imperative for the aspirants to know the company's eligibility criteria. This blog will acquaint the candidates (freshers) with Zensar selection policies, graduation criteria, academic criteria and documents needed for applying posts like Entry Level Engineer Trainee.

Only full-time courses will be considered (Part Time/Correspondence courses will not be considered).

1) B.E / B.Tech  in any discipline (CSE/ECE/IT/EEE/TELECOM/M.E/CIVIL etc).

2) Engineering candidates who have passed out in the year 2018 & 2017 are eligible to apply.

4) MCA graduates are also eligible to apply.

5) The graduation should have been completed as a Full-Time course recognized by Central/State government of India.

Please note that a candidate is expected to have good communication & interpersonal skills, along with a good command of technical subjects.

1) A candidate must have more than 60% marks in 10th and 12th (or diploma).

2) A candidate must have a minimum of 60% marks in graduation.

3) A maximum gap of 2 years is permissible during the course of entire education.

4) A candidate should not have any pending backlogs at the time of appearing for Zensar selection process.

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## Zensar Policies:

1) If a candidate has attended an interview within the past 6 months from the date of new application, then he/ she is ineligible to apply.

2) If a candidate has been rejected by Zensar in an interview, then the candidate is ineligible to apply again for a period of 6 months after the interview.

3) If for some reason Zensar has terminated the candidate's application, then the candidate is ineligible to apply.

4) If for any reason a candidate after applying in Zensar, misses the opportunity to give the interview then the candidate holds the right to apply again and can attend the selection process.

## Documents Required:

1) All original mark sheets related to SSC (10th), Intermediate (12th) and Graduation are required to be produced at the time of interview. Also, please carry a copy of a set of all documents at the time of interview.

2) A copy of candidate's updated resume.

3) Passport size photographs.

4) An original identification proof issued by the government of India (Aadhar Card, Pan Card, Voter id, Passport etc.)

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# NTT Data Eligibility for Freshers 2018

NTT Data is one of the topmost recruiters in India in the field of information technology, therefore it is imperative for the aspirants to know the company's eligibility criteria. This blog will acquaint the candidates (freshers) with NTT Data selection policies, graduation criteria, academic criteria and documents needed for applying posts like Entry Level Engineer Trainee.

1) B.E / B.Tech in any discipline (CSE/ECE/IT/EIE etc.)

2) Engineering candidates who have passed out in the year 2018 & 2017 are eligible to apply.

3) The graduation should be a full-time course recognized by Central/State Government of India.

Please note that a candidate is expected to have good communication & interpersonal skills, along with a good command of technical subjects.

1) A candidate must have more than 60% marks in 10th and 12th (or diploma).

2) A candidate must have a minimum of 60% marks or CGPA 6.0 in graduation.

3) A maximum gap of 1 year is permissible after HSC (12th) and not after SSC (10th) or in between semesters of graduation.

4) A candidate should not have any pending backlogs at the time of appearing for NTT Data selection process.

## NTT Data Policies:

1) If a candidate has attended an interview within the past 6 months from the date of new application, then he/ she is ineligible to apply.

2) If a candidate has been rejected by NTT Data in an interview, then the candidate is ineligible to apply again for a period of 6 months after the interview.

3) If for some reason NTT Data has terminated the candidate's application, then the candidate is ineligible to apply.

4) If for any reason a candidate after applying in NTT Data, misses the opportunity to give the interview then the candidate holds the right to apply again and can attend the selection process.

## Documents required:

1) All original mark sheets related to SSC (10th), Intermediate (12th) and Graduation are required to be produced at the time of interview. Also, please carry a copy of a set of all documents at the time of interview.

2) A copy of candidate's updated resume.

3) Passport size photographs.

4) An original identification proof issued by the government of India (Aadhar Card, Pan Card, Voter id, Passport etc.)

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# eLitmus Eligibility Criteria for Freshers 2018

eLitmus is an Indian organization dedicated to helping other companies in hiring employees for the entry-level job. The exam is based on Pen and Paper. The time period of the exam is 2 hours. Some of the companies that are involved in eLitmus are Accenture, CGI, Intel, Macfee etc. This blog will acquaint the candidates (freshers) about  ELitmus graduation criteria and documents required for applying exam for freshers.

1) Engineering candidates are eligible to apply.

2) MCA, MBA graduates are also eligible to apply.

3) ME/M-Tech graduates are also eligible to apply.

4) M.Sc graduates in Computer Science/ Information technology can apply.

1) A candidate who has qualified eLitmus Exam can use the score for job opportunities in best IT companies.

2) A candidate can use the marks for applying companies for a period of 2 years.

3) Candidates are eligible to take the test any number of times.

## Documents Required:

1) All original mark sheets related to SSC (10th), Intermediate (12th).

2) Post Graduation mark Sheets(Final year students need to carry mark sheets up to date).

3) eLitmus admit card along with photo posted.

4) An original identification proof issued by the government of India (Aadhar Card, Pan Card, Voter id, Passport etc.)

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