Paper : TCS Placement Paper Pattern (English, Reasoning)

Paper : TCS Placement Paper Pattern (English, Reasoning)


Every candidate got a different set of questions... I Am listing down some of the questions which I had in my test.

SECTION 1 :

VERBAL


SYNONYMS:

1. PLAINTIVE
2. MIRAGE
3. MISANTHROPE
4. PROLIXITY
5. AVID
6. MUNDANE
7. PARLEY
8. GARNER
9. DECOROUS

10. DANGLE

ANTONYMS:

1. ASPERITY
2. RETROSPECTION
3. OSCILLATE
4. PLACATE
5. SAGE
6. CASTIGATE
7. CRITICAL
8. INDIGENOUS
9. TAPER
10. HIGH-HANDED


There were two reading comprehensions on which were based 12 questions.

SECTION 2: 

QUANTITATIVE


1. 'CSBWF' is coded as 'BRAVE'.....how wud 'QMFBTF' be coded:

Ans: PLEASE

2. Find the missing no. in series?

 9  10  11  13  15  ?  21   28

3. Largest no. that can be stored in a 9-bit computer.

(A) 509 
(B) 513 
(C) 511 
(D) 409 
(E) 459

4. X   0             10        100      1000        9999

   Y   0.00001     1.02     1.72     3.00        4.72

The above data shows what kind of relation between X and Y ?


Ans:- Y= log10(X)

5. Represent 222 in -5 base no. system. 

6. The sides are given. which triangle is not possible:

(A) (2,3,6)     
(B) (3,2,4)     
(C) (3,4,5)    
(D) (3,3,3)     
(E) (5,3,5)

7. A man, a woman and a boy can do some work in 6 days. man alone does it in 10 days; woman alone does it in 24 days. how much time does the boy take in doing it alone http://www.ChetanaS.org

8. If the first and the second letters in the word 'CONSTITUTION' are interchanged. then third and fourth....then fifth and sixth...and so on.... what wud be the 10th letter from right (in the resulting word).

9. Y = 4000 X N (raise to power 1/2 i.e under root N). what wud be the % change in Y if N is increased by 1% .

10. There was a question about the address calculation of an element in a two-dimensional array (filled in column-major). those who have done it in data structures will understand the problem....

11. if $ stands for change in sign and # represents tripling. What is the result of:

#$#(6) - $#$(6)

 Ans:     -72

12. g(0)=1; g(1)= -1; g(n)= 2 g(n-1) - 3 g(n-2), Find g(4)

13. (force x distance)/(velocity x velocity): what would be the unit of the given quantity

14. One bar graph & an accompanying pie diag. was given ..... 5 or 6 questions were asked on it.

15. There was another one of the Data Interpretation type questions which had a set of 5 or 6 questions.


SECTION 3: 

LOGICAL REASONING or CRITICAL REASONING:

REFER BARRONS: There were 3 cases given on which were based 12 questions (4 from each case)

1. The one pertaining to electrician and plumber..... team of 5........ Mr. Pastonji.........

2. Series question (i doubt u'll find it in barrons) but yes..... u'll be able to do it ......

3. ashland is to the north of east liverpool & west of cocho.....


Bowling green is north of ashland and west of fo. and so on........ u'll find questions 1 & 3 in barrons model test papers... m not sure 'bout the 2 question.......


OVERALL VIEW:

IT WAS A GUD TEST. WELL.. I WON'T CALL IT A VERY EASY TEST LIKE THEY SAY FOR TCS TEST PAPERS BUT A LITTLE AMOUNT OF PRACTICE ON PREVIOUS PAPERS CAN DO IT ALL....