SYNTEL PAPER

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    SYNTEL PAPER

    SECTION I: 25 QUESTIONS (ENGLISH) IN 15 MINUTES
    SECTION II: 45 QUESTIONS (QUANTITATIVE) IN 45 MINUTES
    SECTION III: 30 QUESTONS (REASONING) IN 30 MINUTES

    SECTION II
    QUANTITATIVE

    SYNTEL Latest Fresher Engineer Placement Sample Question Paper 1

    Qn 1.) (this was the first question)
    Maximum numbers that can be formed using all the 4 digits 6 4 8 1
    without repetition and which is divisible by 9.( ans none)

    2.) Find the number of sides of a regular convex polygon whose angle
    is 40degrees.

    3.) a+b+c=0, then roots of ax^2+bx+c=0 is
    1.imag 2.real 3.coincidental 4.zero

    4.) Difference b/w the compound interest and simple interest for
    Rs.2500 for 2 years is given-----. find the rate of interest.

    5.) there was one more question on S.I and C.I

    6.) the minimum number by which 60 is to be multiplied to generate a
    square.
    ans 15

    7.) A monkey climbs 6 mts and falls 3mts in alternate minutes.Then
    time taken to climb a tree 60metres high?
    a. 35 b.37 c.32 d.34 (think the answer is 37)

    8.) (This was the second last question) A bucket contains z drops.
    and it leaks x drops in t secs.then the time required to empty the
    bucket(in minutes)? Ans zt/x

    9.) 6 pipes fill or empty the cistern. find the number of emptying
    pipes iff it takes 18hrs to fill and 18 hrs to empty.... (don't
    remember the question exactly)

    10.) the largest no: which is a factor of 1080 and 729

    11.) No: of spheres of radius 1 that can be got from sphere of radius
    (or diameter don't recall) 8

    12.) (think the last but three question)Travelling at 3/4th the speed
    a man is 20 minutes later then speed is??

    13.) there are 6 keys and 6 locks. then number of combinations to be
    tried out to get the actual solution
    a. 5^6 b.6^5 (don't remember the rest)

    14.) choosing 2 people out of 10 in how many combinations can a
    particular person(some name) be always included....

    15.) from 6 white balls and 7 black balls probability that 2 balls
    drawn at random are of the same color? Ans 36

    16.) if a sales man gets successive gain of 15% and 20% then his
    actual gain?
    ans. 38

    17.) a string of pearls such that 1/3 is lost and of that 1/4th is
    missing, remaining is 20 then actual number of pearls?
    ans. 40

    18.) a man gets a gain of x%. but if he had sold at twice the cost
    price, what will be his gain?(question not sure)
    a. 2x b.200-2x c.100+x (not sure of the options)

    19.) a clock was 7mts behind the actual time on 3 p.m. on wednesday
    and 8 mts ahead of actual time on (not sure) 4 p.m. friday. when will
    it show the correct time?

    20.) boat moves upstream in 6 hrs and covers the same distance
    downstream in 5 hrs. then speed of a raft floating?(accuracy of
    question not sure)

    21.) (this was the last question) no idea what it stands for........
    some kind of notation like S(P(M((D(a,b),2)))Razz(M(S(D(a,b),........
    options were
    1. ab 2.(a-b)^2 3.(a+b)^2 4.none

    22.) if x men working x hrs per day can do x units of work in x days,
    then y men working y hrs/day would be able to complete how many units
    of work i y days?
    ans. y^3/x^2 (question in R.S. Agarwal)

    23.) ( this was a question in the first page of the section II
    booklet) a cone with radius----- and height -----. a hemisphere
    covers the cone such that base of hemisphere meets that of the cone.
    then the enclose volume.....(R.S. Agarwal consists of similar
    questions)

    24.) there was one more question on volume and surface area.....

    25.) 1 Rs, 50 ps , 25 ps coins are in the ratio ---------, then the
    number of 50 ps coins if they sum to ------Rs. (similar question in
    R.S.Agarwal)

    26.) there was one more question on coins i.e. abt getting a change
    of 10ps and 25 coins for ------Rs.(how many possible combinations or
    so possible)

    27.) x/y+y/x=40/21(don't remember the exact value, believe this is
    the one) find x and y

    there were 2 questions on train and one was like:
    28.) a goods train starts and after 2 hrs a passenger train at
    4km/hr starts and overtakes the goods train after 4 hrs, then the
    speed of goods train?

    29.) 15hrs of boys work=6 hrs of women's work. 3/5 of the work is
    done by -----boys and -----women. How much time would be
    the question)

    32.) there was one question on triangle

    33.) a figure was given a square with four corners shaded and asked
    to find the area of the shaded portion.... ie area of square-area of
    the regular octagon.....

    This is all i can remember from section II


    SECTION I
    ENGLISH
    (EASY)
    PATTERN:


    1.) few questions on finding out the segment of sentence
    which is wrong....

    2.) analogy.
    (few i can remember)
    1.) celebrate::marriage
    ans. lament::bereavement
    2.) bouquet::flowers
    ans. chain::link
    3.) germ::disease
    ans. war::destruction
    4.) (remember only the answer)
    ans. book::pages

    3.) to fill up the blanks in the sentences with the most
    appropriate words.....

    4.) to find the word opposite in meaning
    (few qns i can remember)
    1.) Equanimity
    2.) Sequester
    3.) Dormant
    4.) Apathetic



    SECTION III
    REASONING

    (TIME IS A CONSTRAINT)


    1.) (last question and the easiest) a simple flowchart whose steps
    are as follows. value of r and h are given, a and b=0 m=pi*r*r*h
    n=(pi*r*r*h)/3 if (m==n) do ------else b=4*pi*r*h print a and b
    [DON'T REMEMBER IF conditon is m==n or m<n]

    2.) (second last question this was also easy) it was abt a set of
    people talking 4 languages and then qns were abt who could act as a
    translator to whom ........

    3.) there were 3 questions based on an argument given... questions
    were to find out which statement in the objectives given could
    strengthen the argument or to weaken the argument....(bit confusing)

    4.) blood relationship question( i remember all the statements given,
    though not the question)
    10 people in a family A B C are husbands D E F are wives
    altogether there are only 4 women. each family can have atmost 2
    children and C has atleast 1 child. D and G are related to A. E
    cannot be related to H and I and J are not related.....

    5.) (this consists of the most confusing set of questions)
    a set of statements are given and then questions were asked, the
    statements were like
    All A B C D E F are Q's
    All A's are B's
    -----
    ---------(better leave this question for the last)

    6.) Alice works on Monday, Wednesday and Friday
    B does not work on Wed
    C works only on Tuesday and someotherday(don't remember)
    D does not work on Friday
    E works on all days except on the first Monday and Thursday
    then questions like who all will be available on which days .....

    7.) question based on venn diagram given ......read the question
    properly and then answer

    8.) (first question) abt 4 buses with different seating capacity.and
    different charges. and questions were to find out the minimum number
    of trips required, the maximum charge, the second highest charge
    etc....


    TOTAL 1hr 15min duration.


    Ist section English.... fill in the blanks,Antonyms
    Sequester(permission to mingle),sedate,equanimity,dislodge..same set as previous..15min...25 Q's
    2nd section Quantitative....50q's 20 min....this was the tough part..time is the amin constraint....some were repeated q's ...go thru al;l the sampe papers & R.S Aggarwal.. but it is not enough some tough q's were ther 3-4 q's were repeated twice so do them u will score 10q's easily.leave the tough one's ....just 60% will get u an inteview call.
    3r section Reasoning ...again time is the constraint...but stick to the q's & dont jump over for the next ones's ...if possible start frm back.
    1.4..buses,capacity ...rate...min cost,no:eek:f buses...
    2.110 members a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,....3-wives....3 hubby...4children...
    3.newspaper....
    4.languages...translators...
    5.flowchart....very easy.
    all the q's r from gre barrons...but some figures were changed.

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