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Studying the Papers Really helped Josh:
« on: 12. August 2009., 09:34:12 »
Josh dictates his experience during the recent placement exam at his college. I recently went to an interview where I was asked a lot of questions. The company had come to the college where I study and they were looking for a lot of candidates. I was very excited about my turn. I had prepared a lot using the sample placement papers available at a good site.
There were many persons also going for the same interview so the competition was immense. They also had a technical interview session. But I was hopeful of the job and was confident of doing well in the written part and the interview after that. The company asked various questions in the written part and there were 4 sections there. The general English section was easy for me as I had prepared and had quite good English skills.
The mathematics section was also not difficult for me. I could solve the problems easily with little use of the calculator. There were multiple choices and I just had to tick the right question which I did. There was a lot of excitement in my mind about the result of the written part. Other section was reasoning for which I had prepared with RS aggarwal book. The most important thing was the placement papers I had gone through. They really helped me a lot in doing well at the exam and I was able to clear it without much problems. Infosys is really a good company to work for. They have lots of employees and I am waiting to be a part of them. I really appreciate the person who told me about these free resources and I could take advantage of these with ease.

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Studying the Papers Really helped Josh:
« on: 12. August 2009., 09:34:12 »


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