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Test Modules: Multi-dimensional Assessment
The AMCAT test structure, tests students in different fields so as to understand the skills of every student, with the help of an in-depth micro analysis in each section,. There are three compulsory modules, English Comprehension, Quantitative Ability and Reasoning and Logical Ability, which every student needs to answer; and three optional modules, Computer Programming Principles & Application, Electronics & Semiconductor and Basics of Computer Maintenance & Usage, out of which, the students can choose 1 or more modules. Depending on the number of modules, the time of the test varies.
Different companies use different combinations of scores to screen candidates for interview. Thus even if you do not perform well in all modules, you have a fair chance of an interview call.
- Compulsory Modules (all 3)
- A) English Comprehension
- B) Quantitative Ability
- C) Reasoning and Logical Ability
- Optional Modules (1 or more)
- A) Computer Programming Principles and Application
- B) Electronics and Semiconductor
- C) Computer Fundamentals
- 1. Synonyms/Antonyms/Word Meaning (Vocabloury)
- 2. Complete the Sentence (Grammar)
- 3. Spot error/Correct sentence (Grammar/sentence construction)
- 4. Sentence Ordering (Comprehension skills)
- 5. Questions based on passage (Comprehension skills)
- 1. Basic Math Understanding and Algrebra: Decimals, fractions, powers, HCF, LCM, Solving equations, etc.
- 2. Word Problems
- 3. Understanding of Logarithms and exponents
- 4. Permutation and Combination, Probability
REASONING AND LOGICAL ABILITY
- 1. Analogical Reasoning: Analogy and Classification questions
- 2. Deductive Logic: Statement-Conclusion, Statement-Assumption, Data-sufficiency type, Syllogisms, etc.
- 3. Pattern Recognition: Coding and Decoding Questions, Alphabet Test
- 4. Composition of Complex relations: Blood Relation, Direction Understanding, Logical Word Sequence
- 5. Reasoning Puzzles, Theme Detection
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS
This test is based on no particular programming language. The test is completely language independent and tests the programming and algorithm development concepts of the candidate. The topics include:
1. Structure and constructs of Computer Programs
- a. Programming flow, Procedures, Functions and Arguments, Methods
- b. Data-types, how data is stored in computers, input/outpu, manipulation, methods of referencing and assessing data (including pointers).
- c. Iteration, decision-making, recursions
- d. Algorithm Complexity: Space and time Complexity, Asymptotic Notation
- e. Compilation, Linking and Execution; debugging, kinds of errors.
2. Data-structures and Basics Algorithms
- a. Data Storage Methods: Linked lists, Arrays, Queues, Stacks, Trees, Heaps, Hash tables, graphs; Stress on which data structure to use for a given application
- b. Data retrieval, Insertion of new data, merging of data from two data structures
- c. Data search and sorting, Methods of array sorting and trade-off
3. Object Oriented Programming Concepts
- a. Classes, objects and methods
- b. Data Encapsulation, Data hiding, Inheritance
- c. Polymorphism, Overloading, Abstraction
- 1. Basic Hardware Usage, Maintenance and Organisation
- 2. Operating System Usage
- 3. Basic Software and Internet