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eLitmus Placement Papers | Selection Process | Pattern

eLitmus Placement Papers | Selection Process | Pattern

eLitmus Placement Papers | Selection Process | Pattern

About Elitmus

Elitmus is a national level assessment for all those out there looking out for entry level engineering jobs. E-litmus is India’s largest fresher evaluation and recruitment body and the proud owner of IP pH test, the most researched analytical and algorithmic thinking test.

Elitmus pH Test

There are 3 Sections of an eLitmus pH Test Paper and each section contains 20 Questions.

The questions in each section are objective in nature with multiple choices and are categorized into several levels of difficulty. Your final score will reflect not only the number of questions that you have answered correctly, but also their difficulty level, and on how your peers have fared on the same questions.

The test measures a broad range of skills that you have gained throughout your education. It does not test your proficiency in any specific areas or subjects. It presumes only a familiarity with high school level mathematics, and some proficiency in essential English language skills. All required formulae are provided in the question paper.

The test uses a unique handicap based negative marking approach. You are encouraged to read sections pertaining to pH Test, Why evaluations fail and pH Test Demystified.

Absolute scores as well as percentile scores are provided to each candidate.

Elitmus pH Test Pattern

Section Name No. of Questions Marks Time Topics Covered
Quantitative Ability 20 20 * 10 = 200 Number Systems, Averages, Percentage & Interest, Time, Speed & Distance, Geometry, Coordinate Geometry, Logarithms, Quadratic Equations, Probability, Permutation & Combination, Few Miscellaneous Questions
Problem solving Ability 20 20 * 10 = 200 Data Tabulation based Questions, cryptarithmetic Problem, Arrangement Based Problems, Bar Graphs/Pie Charts, Few Miscellaneous Questions
Verbal Ability 20 20 * 10 = 200 Questions Related To Grammatical Concepts, Paragraph Based Questions, Fill In The Blanks, Reading Comprehension
Total 60 600 120 Minutes

Tips to score more marks in eLitmus test paper:

First of all, no need to worry about all 20 questions in each section. Choose the right question and answer it wisely. If you attend all 20 questions in quant that won’t helps you in these case. Students who are preparing for eLitmus must not attend all 20 question. Attending 10 questions in enough to get 90 and above percentile if you correct 8 questions. Same Applied for Problem Solving sections where you need you attend at least 8 questions. Do not touch any question you are not aware of it. In Verbal Section if you attend 12 question correctly you will get 90 percentile and above but it is advised to attend a number of questions in the verbal section.

Elitmus Negative Marking Scheme

If you answer more than 25% questions wrong of the total attempt then for rest of every wrong answer half mark will be deducted. If you attempt more than 1/4th of total questions wrong then you get negative marking, for example: if you attend 12 questions, 1/4th of 12 is 4, so if you attempt 9 right and 3 wrong then u have no negative markings but if you attend 8 right and 4 wrong then negative marking will be there for that 4th question but not for the other 3. Negative markings are section wise not for the complete test.


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