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# Aptitude (IGATE, Infosys, Tcs Ect)

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iGate test conducted on 16.10.2004. at Crescent engineering college

Aptitude
1.
Select the odd one (a) January (b) February (c) Wednesday (d) November2.Select the antonym of capture from the following(a) attack (b) Release (c) condemn (d) None of the above
3.
Find the antonym of autumn (a) Spring (b) Winter (c) Summer (d) None of the above
4.
One skirt requires 3.75 yards of cloth. How many skirts you can make from 45 yards? Ans: 12 skirts
5.
Last month of an year (a) January (b) February (c) December (d) November
6.
Is the meaning of Client and Customer, (a) same (b) contradictory (c) no relation
7.
Is the meaning of Canvas and Canvass, (a) same (b) contradictory (c) no relation
8.
Is the meaning of Ingenious and Ingenuous, (a) same (b) contradictory (c) no relation
9.
Is the meaning of Credible and Credulous, (a) same (b) contradictory (c) no relation
10.
Select the odd one out. (a) 1/4 (b) 1/3 (c) 1/6 (d) 1/18
11.
Select the least from the following. (a) 0.99 (b) 1 (c) 81 (d) 0.333
12.
Find the next number in the series. 1, 0.5, 0.25, 0.125
Ans: 0.0625
13.
One do llar is saved in one month. Then how much dollar is saved in one day?
Ans: 1/30 =0.0333\$
14.
Y catches 5 times more fishes than X. If total number of fishes caught by X and Y is 48, then number of fishes caught by X?
Ans: 8
15.
If a train covers 600m in 0.5 seconds, how long it will cover in 10 seconds?
Ans: 3000m = 3km
16.
The girl's age is twice that of boy, if the boy is four years old. After four years the age of the girl is
Ans: 12 years
17.
Sister's age is twice than that of the brother. If the brother's age is six, what is the sister's age after twoyears?
Ans: 14 Yrs.
18.
Two lemons cost 10 cents. Then one and a half dozen cost
Ans: 90 cents
19.
A clock is late by 1 minute 27 seconds in a month. Then how much will it be late in 1 day?
Ans: 2.9 seconds
20.
Opposite of Remote?(a) Far (b) Near (c) Huge (d) Village
21.
Statement A: All great men are ridiculous; Statement B: I am ridiculous ; Inference : I am a greatman; (a) True (b) False (c) Not clear22.Statement: Normal children are active; Inference: All children are active;(a) True (b) False (c) Uncertain
23.
Next number in the series 1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8 ?
Ans: 1/16
24.
In 6 seconds a light flashes once. In one hour how many times it will flash?
Ans: 601 times
25.
At 20% discount, a cycle is sold at a selling price of 2500 Rs. What is the actual price?
Ans: Rs. 3125
26.
Statement A: A & B have same age; Statement B: B is younger than C; Inference : A is younger thanC; (a) True (b) False (c) Uncertain

27.
A invests\$12000, B invests \$8000, C invests \$6000 and they got a profit of \$1200. How much share A got more than B and C?
Ans: 2/13 and 3/13Technical Questions contain Electronics and Computer Science
1.Full form of TTL and CMOS2.Which is a good conductor (Extrinsic or Intrinsic)
3.
What are the different types of capacitors(Electrolytic, dielectric...etc)4.Select a passive component from the following (four choices were there)5.Minimum no. of lines required for communication using RS2326.To convert 1's complement to 2's complement and vice versa7.During which time we use 'size of' command.8.Out of four choice we have to identify which is a macro.9.There was one pointer _expression related question.10.To find post fix _expression.
11.
What type of operating system is unix a)pre-emptive b)non-preemptive c)batch12.Where we use DFD(Data flow design)a)structural languages b)object oriented languages c)UML d)none of these13.Name the error which occurs when we write on a pagea) segment fault b)permission fault c) page fault14.A question based on the representation of an array in C An array whose elements are fn pointers whichinturn returns a character
TCS ENGLISH SAMPLE PAPER 23rd SEPTEMBER 2006 AT HYDERABAD

Word Meaning Synonyms Antonyms
Abysmal
Bottomless
Use
: His arrogance isexceeded only by his abysmalignoranceTerrible, awful,dreadful, appalling,very bad,Superbacronym
n.
A word formed by the initial lettersof a multi-word nameContraction, ellipsis,admonish
v.
warn strongly, reprove
Use:
Headmonished his listeners to changetheir wicked waysReprove, reprimand,chide, rebuke, usurpApproveCircumspect
v.
Investigation before acting,

Use:
She tried always to becircumspectCutious, prudent,careful, guarded, wary, judicious, vigilant,recklessConciliation
n.
the act of placatingAppeasement, pacification, propitiationIncitementConnotation
n.
Suggested or implied meaning of anexpression.
Use:
Foreigners frequentlyare unaware of the connotations of thewords they use. Nuance, suggestion,implication, undertone,overtone, subtext, covert
secret

or hidden, not openly practiced or vowed
n.
a covering thatserves to conceal or shelter something
Use:
Investigations of CIA reveal thatsuch covert operations can get out of
Clandestine, concealed,stealthy, underground,copse, wood, thicketOpen

contro
lCovetous
avaricious, eagerly desirous of
Use:
The child was covetous by nature andwanted to take the toys belonging to hisclassmates
envious, jealous,desirous, greedyGenerous,temperateDeprecate
v.
express disapproval of, protest against, belittle
Use:
A firm believer of old-fashioned courtesy, Miss Post, deprecatedthe modern tendency to address newacquaintances by their first names.
Denounce, deplore,condemn, censure,denigrate, decry, belittle.ApproveDiligence
n.
care and perseverance in carryingout tasks.
Use
: Her employers weregreatly impressed by her diligence andoffered her a partnership in the firmHard-working,assiduousness,meticulousness,conscientiousness, painstakingnessLaziness,carelessness,

negligenceDiscretion
n.
ability to adjust action tocircumstances
Use:
Use your discretion in this matter and do notdiscuss the matter with anyone.Prudence, caution,acumen, predilection,sagacity, wariness,volitionIndiscretiondispel
v.
scatter, drive away, cause to vanish
Use:
The bright sunlight eventuallydispelled the morning mistDisperseAttractDissemination
v.
Opening to public discussion or debate, the act of spreading something,
Use:
By their use of the internet, propagandists, have been able todisseminate their pet doctrines to newaudiences around the globeBroadcasting,diffusion, propagation, Dogmatic
Opinionated
Use:
We tried todiscourage him from being sodogmatic, but nothing could convincehim that his opinions might be wrongArbitrary, doctrinal,unbending, inflexible,authoritarian,Flexibleechelon
n.
A body of troops arranged in a lineLevel, stratum, rank,height fallible
Liable to err.
Use:
I Know I amfallible, but I feel confident that I amright this timeImperfect, unsound,mortal, weak, frail,PerfectHarbinger
n.
an indication of the approach of something or someone, forerunner
v.
fore shadow or presage
Use:
Thecrocus is an early harbinger of springForerunner, herald, potent, omen, illustrious
known and esteemedMemorable, well-known, famousInglorious,shamefulimpetus
n.
A force that moves somethingalong, incentive, stimulus
Use:
A newfederal highway program would create jobs and will give added impetus toour economic recoveryMomentum, thrust,motivationinertiaIntermittent
Periodic
Use:
The outdoor wedding reception had to be shiftedindoor to avoid the intermittentshowers that fell on and of allafternoon.Alternating, sporadicConstantLatent
Potentially existing, but not presentlyevident or realized
Use:
Polaroid pictures
Dormant, embryonic,suppressed,Overt

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