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]]>**1.A 30% loss on cost price is what percent loss on selling price?**

A.30%

B.20%

C.15%

**D.None of these**

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option D**

Let CP = 100 ; SP=70

Loss= 30/70 × 100 = 42.85%

**2.A, B and C hire a taxi for Rs. 2400 for one day. A, B and C used the car for 6 hours, 8 hours and 10 hours respectively. How much did C pay?**

A.Rs. 800

**B.Rs. 1000**

C.Rs. 600

D.Rs. 1200

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option B**

Let total fair be = 2400 ;

Therefore c share =10/24 × 2400 = 1000

**3.The ratio of investments of A and B is 8 : 7 and the ratio of their yearend profits is 20 : 21. If B invested for 12 months, then find the period of investment of A:**

A.6 months

B.8 months

**C.10 months**

D.12 months

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option C**

Let A invest for x months ; A = 8x months,

B = 7 × 12 = 84 months

8x/84 = 20/21

⇒ x = 10

**4.What percent is 2 minutes 24 seconds of an hour?**

A.6%

B.2%

**C.4%**

D.8%

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option C**

%=144/60×60 = 4%

**5.Evaluate: 3 cos 80° cosec 10° + 2 cos 59° cosec 31°**

A.1

B.3

C.2

**D.5**

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option D**

3 cos 80°. Cosec 10° + 2 cos 59° . cosec 31°

= 3 cos (90° – 10°). Cosec 10° + 2 cos (90° – 31°).Cosec 31°

=3sin10°.Cosec10° +2sin31°.cosec31°

=3+2=5

**6.The total cost of 8 buckets and 5 mugs is Rs. 92 and the total cost of 5 buckets and 8 mugs is Rs. 77. Find the cost of 2 mugs and 3 buckets.**

**A.Rs. 35**

B.Rs. 70

C.Rs. 30

D.Rs. 38

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option A**

CP of 1 bucket = Rs. X

CP of 1 mug = Rs. Y

∴ 8x + 5y = 92……. (i)

5x + 8y = 77……..(ii)

By equation (i) × 5 – equation (ii) × 8.

40x + 25y – 40x – 64y

= 460 – 616 ⇒ − 39y = – 156⇒ y = 4

From equation (i),

8x + 20 = 92 ⇒8x = 92 – 20 = 72 ⇒ x = 9

∴ CP of 2 mugs and 3 buckets

= 2 × 4 + 3 × 9 = 8 + 27 = Rs. 35

**7.If 4x/3 + 2P = 12 for what value of P, x = 6?**

A.6

B.4

**C.2**

D.1

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option C**

When x = 6, (4 * 6)/3 + 2P = 12

⇒ 8 + 2P = 12

⇒ 2P = 12 – 8 = 4

⇒ P = 2

**8.What number must be added to the expression 16a2 – 12a to make it a perfect square?**

**A.9/4**

B.11/2

C.13/2

D.16

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option A**

a2 – 2ab + b2 = (a-b)2

∴ 16a2 – 12a = (4a)2 – 2*4a*3/2

Hence, on adding (3/2)2 = 9/4, expression will be a perfect square.

**9.The straight line 2x + 3y = 12 passes through:**

A.1st, 2nd and 3rd quadrant

**B.1st, 2nd and 4th quadrant**

C.2nd, 3rd and 4th quadrant

D.1st, 3rd and 4th quadrant

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option B**

The usual way to solve these type of questions is to put x = 0 once and find y coordinate. This would represent the point where the line cuts the Y axis.

Similarly put y = 0 once and find x coordinate. This would represent the point where the line cuts the X axis. Then join these points and you will get the graph of the line.

So when we put x = 0 we get y = 4.

When we put y = 0 we get x = 6.

So when we join these points we see that we get a line in 1st quadrant, which when extended both sides would go to 4th and 2nd quadrants. So option B.

**10.In ΔABC, ∠A + ∠B = 65°, ∠B + ∠C = 140°, then find ∠B.**

A.40°

**B.25°**

C.35°

D.20°

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option B**

∠A + ∠B = 65°

∴ ∠C = 180° – 65° = 115°

∠B + ∠C = 140°

∴ ∠B = 140° – 115° = 25°

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]]>**1.What is E’s position with respect to G?**

A.Third to the left

B.Second tot the right

C.Third to the right

**D.Second to the left**

E.Fifth to the right

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option D**

From above figure it is clear that E is sitting 2nd to the left of G.

So, the correct answer is option D.

**2.Four of the following five are alike in a certain way, based on their seating positions in the above arrangement and so form a group. Which one does not belong to the group?**

A.GE

**B.DC**

C.AF

D.AB

E.DB

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option B**

From above figure it is clear that the answer is 2nd option, As the gap between the persons in all other pairs is of 1 person.

Therefore, the correct answer is option B.

**3.Who is sitting third to the right of the one who is sitting to the immediate right of H?**

A.A

B.B

**C.E**

D.C

E.G

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option C**

From above figure it is clear that answer is C option.

**4.Which of the following is true regarding the given arrangement ?**

A.E is second to the left of C

**B.B is an immediate neighbour of G**

C.H is an immediate neighbour of A

D.D is not an immediate neighbour of H

E.None Of these

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option B**

From above figure it is clear that answer is B option

**5.How many people are sitting between H and A when counted from the right side of H?**

A.Three

B.None

C.More than three

D.One

**E.Two**

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option E**

From above figure it is clear that answer is E option.

**6.Statements: Some forms are cards. Some forms are papers**

**Conclusions: I. Atleast some cards are forms. II. Atleast some cards are papers.**

**A.1**

B.2

C.3

D.4

E.5

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option A**

I. This means atleast one card is form, which is definitely true for all the possible cases. So, conclusion I follows.

II. This means that atleast one card is paper,which is not a necessarily true answer.So, conclusion II does not follow.

Therefore, only conclusion 1 follows.So, the answer is option A.

**7.Statements : All animals are predators. All predators are tigers.**

**Conclusions :**

**I. All tigers are definitely predators.**

**II. All animals are tigers**

A.1

**B.2**

C.3

D.4

E.5

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option B**

As is clearly shown in the fig, only conclusion 2 follows.

**8.Statements : N ≥ O ≥ P = Q > R.**

**Conclusions :**

**I. N > R**

**II. R = N**

**A.1**

B.2

C.3

D.4

E.5

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option A**

As N ≥ O ≥ P = Q > R => N > R , So 1st Conclusion is correct.

⇒ As R is les than Q then clearly R is not equal to N.

Therefore, Only conclusion I follows.

The answer is option A.

**9.Statements : W ≤ X < Y = Z > A ; W < B**

**Conclusions :**

**I. B > Z**

**II. W < A**

A.1

B.2

C.3

**D.4**

E.5

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option D**

I. We have B > W and Z > W

On this basis, we can not conclude that B > Z

II. Here, X > W and X < Z > A

On this basis, we can not conclude that W < A

Therefore, none of the conclusions follows.

The answer is option D. S

**10.Statements : H > I > J > K; L < M < K**

**Conclusions :**

**I. I > M**

**II. L < H**

A.1

B.2

C.3

D.4

**E.5**

**Answer & Explanation**

**Answer: Option E**

I. I > K and K > M. So I > M. Conclusion I follows

II. L < K and K < H. So L < H. Conclusion II follows

So both conclusion follows.

The answer option is E

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]]>- Give an example where pass by value gives an error and pass by reference rectifies the statement.
- Is it compulsion for abstract class to have abstract method?
- What does SQL stand for? Give some advantages of SQL.
- Difference between primary and secondary key.
- Where can one use dataset.clone()?

- Do you have offer from any other company?
- Where do you see yourself 10 years from now?
- Why do you think Capgemini work is for you?
- In a situation where you have an idea, how will you project it to your seniors and colleagues?

- A = 2, B = 8 Write a program to swap them without using third variables.
- Write a program to decide whether input year is leap year or not.
- Write a program to write Fibonacci series.
- What are the basic concepts of OOP languages?

- Describe yourself in 3 words.
- Give one instance where you have shown leadership qualities.
- You have 15 rupees. You went to shop and bought chocolates with that money. Each chocolate is 1 rupee. If you give three chocolate wrappers to the shopkeeper and he gives one chocolate to you, finally how many chocolates you have?

- What is defect density?
- Give the formulae for defect density and its significance in software testing.
- Give three important data migration tools.
- What is Normalization in SQL and what are its benefits?
- Explain the role of garbage collector in Java. What is finalize() method in it?

- What is your expected CTC? What if we cannot match it?
- What do you know about Capgemini? How will you improve the company?
- What are the qualities of a good manager?
- What subjects were most difficult for you in your graduation? How did you overcome your difficulties?

- What are the different indexes used in SQL server? What are the differences between them?
- Can you compile Java program in notepad? Illustrate with an example.
- What is the MS Access and SQL Database?
- What is cloud computing? Name a few famous providers of this service.
- What is CSS? What are its uses?
- Tell us something about Java which no-one has explained to you in campus.

- What subjects did you prefer in the last year of your graduation? Why?
- What problems did you face during your project? How did you recover from them?
- What do you love about your city? What would you change about it? How?
- Assume that 1 rupee = 20 sparrows = 1 crow & 5 rupees = 1 parrot. You have 100rs and have to spend your whole money in such a way that you buy 100 birds in total. (Condition: you have to buy all three birds.). What will you do?

**Interview 5:**

- How may words be able to be read by cin ?
- What does HTML stand for? Write HTML syntax.
- What are selectors in CSS?
- What is HTML5? How do we implement application cache in it?

- Under what circumstances you will leave our company?
- Tell us about one problem faced? How did you overcome?
- What are your strengths and weakness?
- What are some initiatives you took in your college years?

**Interview 6:**

- Give example of some reserved words in JAVA
- What is encapsulation in OOP ?
- “Abstraction and encapsulation are complementary concepts.” Justify this statement.
- What is autoboxing and unboxing in JAVA?

- What you know about our organization?
- Describe the novelty in you project undertaken in last few years.

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]]>Capgemini SE, branded as Capgemini, is a French multinational information technology consulting corporation headquartered in Paris, France. It provides IT services and is one of the world’s largest IT consulting, outsourcing and professional services companies with almost 190,000 employees in over 40 countries. It was founded in 1967 by Serge Kampf in Grenoble, France. Paul Hermelin, the chairman and CEO of the Capgemini group has led the company since his appointment in December 2001.

Capgemini Placement Test Pattern has changed for 2018 Batch

Section Name | Time Duration ( 90 min) |
Questions (53 Questions) |
Marks/Negative Marks |
---|---|---|---|

Quantitative Aptitude | 50 | 16 | 1/NA |

Reasoning | 16 | 1/NA | |

Technical | 20 | 20 | 1/NA |

Essay writing | 20 | 1 | NA |

The Capgemini old test pattern had only 2 sections which consist of Quantitative aptitude and Analytical Reasoning. The total no of questions are 32 which was to be completed by a time limit of 50 minutes. Also, they had an additional round of essay writing with the time limit of 20 minutes.

Since the previous test pattern was not so challenging they have changed the pattern with one additional section.

The new test pattern of Capgemini has one new technical section containing 20 questions from Computer Fundamentals. For this section, questions are from Basics of computer science on topics such as OS, Networking, Data structures etc, and Programming concepts such as pseudo code, algorithms, flow chart, debugging, inputs and output etc in a multiple-choice question format. The other sections are the same. This technical section has 20 questions which have to be answered in 20 minutes The aptitude section has 16 questions and the reasoning section has 16 questions with a total 32 questions which are to be completed by a time limit of 50 minutes. Totally the new test pattern has 52 questions which have to be answered in 70 minutes.

In essay writing, students are provided with a single topic related to the scenario, current affairs and general topics etc and have given a time limit of 20 minutes to complete it. In this round essay topic relevancy, English proficiency, grammar, and creativity of an individual are tested.

Capgemini’s online test is conducted by Cocubes.

There is a sectional time limit for both general aptitude and technical written test, the scores for all the three sections are calculated separately and those students who clear the cut-off in all the sections are shortlisted for the next round. Hence concentrate equally on all the three sections in Capgemini recruitment process.

Since you have 70 minutes in hand to attend about 52 questions. So that you have only less than 1 and a half minutes to solve a single question. This itself will give you the clue that the questions are going to be moderate difficulty and you have to focus only on accuracy and also there are no negative marks but sectional timing is there so first to attend the topics which you are confident enough. So that try to achieve 80% accuracy in each of the three sections and clear the cut-off in a simple way.

If you clear the 1st Round then there is more than 70% chance of getting the Job offer. Hence practice the updated tests from PlacementSeason and increase your chances of clearing the Capgemini recruitment process.

For essay writing round, PlacementSeason provides the student an exclusive Essay Writing tool it has important and repeat essay questions asked in companies. This tool automatically evaluates the essay written by you and checks the spelling, grammar, and relevance of the essay. You can learn and understand the mistakes committed and review your answers. use this tool to crack Capgemini essay writing round

The placement tests conducted by Capgemini are of the moderate difficult level, with equal importance given to each section. Students have to attend all the three section but can work in any order that is comfortable to them.

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