It is an IT global giant headquartered in the United States of America. The Company’s recruitment process consists of three rounds:.
- Written Exam
- Technical Interview
- HR Round
PlacementSeason will provide fresh candidates an in-depth analysis of Oracle’s Written Exam through this blog.
The format of the written examination conducted by Oracle, will be as follows:
|Section Name||Questions||Marks/Negative Marks|
Total number of Questions: 60
Duration of time: 60 minutes
Difficulty Level: Moderate to difficult
- Verbal Ability section consists of short reading comprehension passages. This section also includes basic grammar usage questions like fill in the blanks, synonyms, antonyms, paragraph completion, sentence correction, vocabulary, and sentence ordering.
- Quantitative Ability & Logical Ability section consists of questions based on topics such as algebra, time & work, speed & distance, arithmetic, percentages, and probability.
- Technical section involves questions from topics such as Data structures, OS concepts and DBMS. This section requires a candidate to be thoroughly prepared and to have a conceptual clarity on the subject.
- Data interpretation and Logical Ability Section consists of basic questions from DI involving some complex calculations and Other logical ability based questions. They are based on concepts such as arrangements and hierarchy
This is a slightly tough paper, where the main concern is time. Nevertheless, the lack of any negative mark is a blessing. Student candidates need to be thorough with their academic portions, before attending the interview. The written examination is largely technical.
Strategy proposed by PlacementSeason
The first line – do not dwell long on any question. Time is vital in this placement test. It does not matter how many answers you get right, as there are no negative marks. Your score is calculated on the number of right answers you give within the time you take to complete the exam. Besides these steps, it will be really useful if you practice well for the placement tests.
Do that and you are prepared for the exam. We welcome you to share your feedback.
Disclaimer: The information provided above is based on the feedback we receive from our users. We don’t guarantee that Oracle will follow the same hiring process in their future recruitment drives.