Accenture – Aspiring Minds Pattern (Updated on Sep-2016):
In the initial campus recruitments of Accenture for the 2017 batch, we observed the test pattern has considerable changes from the previous pattern. There was no Group Discussion round conducted like the previous year. There were only two rounds of selection as given below:
Round 1: Written Test
Round 2: Personal & Technical Interview
The current written test pattern consists of only 75 questions instead of 95 questions and the maximum time limit is 85 minutes.
The test is of adaptive type where the difficulty level automatically gets modified according to each student’s ability. The written test pattern consists of 3 sections as tabled below:
|Section Name||Time Duration|
It can be seen that Accenture focuses a lot on a student’s ability to practically use whatever he or she learned in college. Time plays a vital role here, though there are no negative marks. Students need to remember that they can proceed to the next section only after completing the one on hand. Moreover, no question can be skipped. You need to score a minimum 90% percentile to qualify for the next round.
Strategy recommended by PlacementSeason
PlacementSeason strongly advises students to know their third year project and content thoroughly. It is an adaptive test paper and not more than a minute can be spent on each question. Hence students need to be thorough and practice well for the paper. What better solution is there than to practice the mock-placement test papers offered by PlacementSeason?
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Disclaimer: The information provided above is based on the feedback we receive from our users. We don’t guarantee that Accenture will follow the same hiring process in their future recruitment drives.