Monday, November 23, 2015

Accenture Test Pattern 2016 and Syllabus

Accenture Test Pattern 2016
The written test pattern of Accenture is almost same in both AMCAT and Merit Trac. The written test comprises of questions to test your logical reasoning and analytical skills, verbal skills lasts for around 60 minutes. There is no Quantitative Ability section. Accenture recruitment process 2016 for freshers across India.

Accenture Selection Process:

1st Round – Aptitude test

2nd Round : Technical Interview

3rd Round : HR Interview

Accenture Test Pattern 2016:

The written test which is divided into following categories

Section 1: Verbal Ability(20 Questions in 20 minutes)

Section 2: Reasoning Ability(20 Questions in 25 minutes)

Section 3: Attention to detail (15 Questions in 15 minutes)

Note: There is no negative marking.

There is sectional time limit and and sectional cut off, you should give equal importance to all the 3 sections. One section can be divided into two equal halves. In the first half attempt all the easier questions which you are sure and in the next  half you can comeback and do the easy ones. As there is no negative marking you can attempt all the questions but ideally you should get atleast 70% of the questions right. The expected cut off to clear the round would be 12-14 in Verbal, 12-14 in the reasoning section and 8-10 in Attention to detail.

If you clear the 1st Round then there is more than 70% chance of getting the Job offer. Hence practice as many tests possible and improve your Aptitude Skill.

Accenture Written Test Syllabus 2016:


Probability, Permutations & Combinations, Algebra, Averages, Time Speed & Distance, Time & Work, Profit & Loss, Ratio & Proportion, Simple & Compound Interest, Percentage, Number Series, Mixtures & Alligations, Simplification, Number System, Heights and Distances, Geometry & Mensuration, Data Sufficiency, Logarithms, Progressions


Puzzles, Syllogisms, Binary Logic, Clocks & Calendars, Cubes & Dice, Series, Analogies, Classification, Blood Relations, Directions & Distances, Ordering & Ranking, Coding-Decoding, Non-Verbal Reasoning, Data Sufficiency, Seating Arrangement, Venn Diagrams, Arrangements & Patterns, Problem Solving, Coded Inequalities, Double Lineup, Logical Deductions, Routes & Networks, Scheduling, Grouping & Selections Verbal Reasoning


Reading Comprehension, Synonyms & Antonyms, Fill in the Blanks, Analogy, Theme Detection, Direct & Indirect Speech, Active & Passive Voice, Para Jumbles, Sentence Jumbles, Error Spotting, Phrase Replacement, One Word Substitution, Spellings.

We hope this Accenture pattern 2016 is useful while preparing for Accenture campus placements. All the best.

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