ARICENT PAPER ON 25th FEBRUARY AT DELHI
I am going to share my recent experience with Aricent. I
hope it will help you to prepare for the Off Campuses. The
written test was held on 25-feb (sunday), it was an
invitation based selection process.
Aricent Written exam has 7 sections. Each section has
10/15/20 questions and the time given is 1 min per question.
So be carefull.
1) simple english (prepositions, verbs etc.). you can easily
clear this section if u have general idea about english
grammer. You can follow any english book if u have problem
like new style etc.
2) reasoning . this section has reasoning questions based on
puzzles, seating arrangements, cubes puzzles etc. R.s
Agarwal is sufficient
3) quntitative . it has ques like sets using venn diagrams,
time and work etc.R.s agarwal is sufficient here again.
4) DS and OS. It is the most difficult section as I feel. It
has 20 ques and and 20 mins duration. DS was tough and you
should be well prepared with trees, graphs and sorting (with
programs). there was prog with 1-2 pages to find output or
error. 1 question from UNIX also.
5)C/C++. next section is of C or C++ programming. they will
ask u to have one lang. C paper is full of pointers and
strings, arrays and other questions. Prefer Exploring c and
pointers in c to solve. I opted for C.
6) This section is unseen pessage. Not very tough english
but the questions are confusing. you should read the pessage
at least twice.
I got 15 mins to read it and thereafter given ques based on
it with duration of 10 min for 10 ques.
7) the last section is E-mail writing. They assigned a
problem specification and you have 5 mins to write email.
try to write it in professional way using proper grammer
puntuation and english.
I have given that a regular customer of a store wants to
exchange the costume after 5 days but the store rules says
it should be exchanged within 3 days.So how can u deny for
They declared the result after 1 hour and I have cleared the