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Accenture On-Campus Placement Drive 2019

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  • Last Updated : 12 Aug, 2021

Hello everyone! I am Karunakar, I attended Accenture on-campus drive in DSCE, Bangalore in 2019. 

It was a three round procedure. It was easy to crack all rounds. 
 

Round 1:

This round had Communication Assessment Test. This was a non-elimination round. It was based on Sentence Making, Pronunciation, Vocabulary.

Round 2: 

This round involved Cognitive and Technical Assessment and Coding Assessment. 

Cognitive and Technical Assessment

In this round there were sectional cut-off. This round had 4 sections-

1.English & Verbal

2.Logical Reasoning 

3.Quantitative Aptitude 

4.Technical 

Section 1 had questions on paragraph reading, synonyms, antonyms, one word substitution etc. 
Section 2 had questions on coding-decoding, statement, syllogism, cause and effect, next number in series etc. Section 3 had questions on profit and loss, work and time, percentage, height and direction etc. 
Section 4 had questions on basic Python, Java, C language syntax and pre & post increment functions. 
It also had questions on MS Office, Extensions of file types, commands and shortcut keys. 

After clearing Cognitive and Technical Assessment became eligible for Coding Assessment.

Coding Assessment-

In this round two coding questions were given and languages were Java, C, C++ and Python.

Round 3:

This round was combination of Technical Interview and HR round. In this round I was asked about my project and basic programming related questions. This round was very simple and easy to answer all questions.
 

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