A company that is headquartered in the US and having an office in Bangalore; MindTree regularly recruits freshers for different roles. The Company hires freshers through online AMCAT tests. Students can have an advantage in clearing placement tests conducted by MindTree, by viewing the data collected by Placement Season. We aim to make it easy for students to get placed in the company, through our in-depth analysis of their recruitment rounds.
The stages of placement at Mindtree are:
- Written test
- Technical Interview
- HR Interview
This stage is of a Written Examination, which has of 85 minutes, in which 74 questions have to be attended. The test pattern and syllabus for this round is similar to that of AMCAT. The written test has three rounds:
|Section Name||Time Duration|
( 85 min)
The verbal sections includes questions on finding grammatical errors, Reading Comprehension and also correction of sentences.
The topics covered in this section are Average, Time and Work, Simplification, Probability, Profit and Loss, Percentage among others.
Areas such as coding-decoding and deciphering seating arrangements are covered in this section.
Strategy suggested by PlacementSeason
MindTree conducts Adaptive Tests for its placement interviews. Hence there is no option to go back to the previous question. Moreover, you cannot skip answering any question. This raises the difficulty level, as students answering more number of questions will get higher marks.
Hence it is strongly advised to not linger more than 30 seconds on any question. It should be noted that there is no fail or pass in an adaptive test. Even by answering lesser questions, you have high chances of doing well. But make sure to not enter the wrong answer. You may find mock-placement papers to practice on http://online.placementseason.com/learn/Mindtree-Aptitude-Test-3-Tests
Disclaimer: The information provided above is based on the feedback we receive from our users, we don’t guarantee that Mindtree will follow the same hiring process in their future recruitment drives.