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Date:_____________________

**TECHNICAL APTITUDE TEST
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Fill in the blanks below and then study the directions carefully: Experienced programmer? Yes______No_____ Sex: M______F______ Age_______ Education: High school graduate? Yes________No_______ Name of University(s)_______________________Number of Years_____ Major Field(s)_______________Degree(s)__________Date(s)_________ DIRECTIONS: In this booklet, a number of problems are stated in the form of flow-charts. COPY YOUR ANSWERS HERE

1. A flow-chart is simply a “road map” by which you must find your 1 way from one “town” to the next, and obey every instruction you come to. 2. Always follow the “road” downward, or to the right, unless an arrow 2 3 indicates a different direction, or unless an instruction requires you to do otherwise.

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3. When you come to a fork in the “road” there will be a question for you 5 to answer; match your answer with the “signposts” on the branches leading out of the fork, and you will know which way to go.

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4. When you are told to put a number into a box, it is understood that whatever number was previously in that box has just been erased. 5. All correct answers in this test are; whole, positive, numbers.

6. Mark up the flow-charts in any way you feel will help you. Use the margins, or the blank left-hand pages, for your “scratch” work. Do all your 10 work in this booklet.

11 7. When you are finished, copy your answers into the spaces on this cover. Use extreme care in doing so, since this copy of your answers will be used in scoring the test.

8. Time will be limited to 1.5 hours

put result into box 6. Multiply: (number in box 6) X (number in box 1). put result into box 5 ANSWER: 48 END What number is now in box 5? page 2 . Add: (number in box 7) + (number in the box whose number is in box 6). put result into box 7.EXAMPLE A Box # 1 6 2 3 3 9 4 2 5 11 6 2 7 91 8 48 9 66 10 1 Start 1 2 3 Add: (number in box 4) + (number in box 2).

EXAMPLE B: Box # 1 3 2 7 3 2 4 1 5 5 6 12 7 4 8 0 Start 1 > 2 3 4 NO YES Put (number in box 8) into box 1. Add: (number in box 1) + (number in box 2). if you have any doubts whatsoever about the “ground rules”. and no questions will be answered by the supervisor. Is the second box number mentioned in Instruction 2. by 1. GO BACK AND READ THE DIRECTIONS AGAIN Be sure to refer to the directions as often as necessary during the test. put result into box 1. greater than (number in box 7)? END What number is now in box 1? ANSWER: 10 NOW. page 3 . Change Instruction 2: increase the second box-number mentioned in it. The directions are complete.

Add: (number in box 3) + (number in box 9). END What number is now in box 11? page 4 . put result into box 4. Subtract: (number in box 7) . Is (number in box 4) = (number in box 9)? NO 3 4 5 6 7 Add: (number in box 4) + (number in box 1). Multiply: (number in box 7) x (number in box 7). put result into box 7.(number in box 10). Subtract: (number in box 7) .QUESTION 1 Box # 1 2 2 1 3 4 4 4 5 6 6 5 7 2 8 12 9 5 10 19 11 1 12 0 START 1 > 2 YES Add: (number in box 2) + (number in the box whose number is in box 8). put result into box 11.(number in box 2). put result into box 7. put result into box 4. put result into box 10.

put result into box 12. put result into box 12. Add: (number in box 12) + (number in box 13).(number in the box whose number is in box 6).QUESTION 2 Box # 1 9 2 8 3 5 4 2 5 11 6 3 7 5 8 12 9 7 10 -2 11 4 12 -6 13 6 START 1 > 2 YES Subtract: (number in box 7) . Is (number in box 2) less than the second box-number mentioned in Instruction 2? YES NO 5 6 Subtract: (number in box 9) . END What number is in box 12? page 5 .1. put result into box 9. by (number in the box whose number is in box 11). Is (number in box 12) exactly divisible by 5? NO 3 4 Change instruction 2: decrease the second box-number mentioned in it.

put result into box 10. equal to (number in box 12)? NO YES 8 9 > Take as your next Instruction. Is the last box-number mentioned in Instruction 2. by 1. Put (number in box 9) into box 1. the one whose number is in the box whose number is in box 8. the one before Instruction 3. an even number? NO 3 4 5 > 6 7 Take as your next instruction. Box 3? Box 10? END What number is now in page 6 . Is the first box-number mentioned in Instruction 2. put result into box 10.1. and increase the second box-number mentioned in it. Change instruction 2: Decrease the first box-number mentioned in it. Change Instruction 2: Decrease the first box-number mentioned in it. Add: (number in box 10) + (number in box 4). each by (number in box 11).QUESTION 3 Box # 1 2 2 11 3 -9 4 3 5 -2 6 12 7 4 8 9 9 6 10 3 11 1 12 4 START 1 2 YES Subtract: (number in box 10) .

READ THESE DIRECTIONS The problems in the next part of the test are slightly different from those you have just done. TURN THE PAGE.no more and no less. you will be told exactly what each flow chart is to accomplish. AND CONTINUE page 7 . and you must decide what number must be in a specified box. in order that someone following the flow chart will do the job required . In these problems.

by 1. In order to accomplish exactly this -. put result into box 4.what number must be in box 11? Box # 1 7 2 9 3 2 4 2 5 8 6 4 7 1 8 -9 9 -3 10 6 11 12 4 START > 1 Subtract: (number in box 1) .no more and no less -. 2 NO Change Instruction 1: Increase the last box-number mentioned in it.(number in box 1). 5 and 6.QUESTION 4 The purpose of the following flow-chart is to put a zero in each of the boxes: 4. Is the last box-number mentioned in Instruction 1 equal to (number in box 11)? YES 3 END What number must be in box 11? page 8 .

7. Is (number in box 3) greater than the second box-number mentioned in Instruction 2? YES 3 4 Change Instruction 2: Increase the second box-number mentioned in it. In order to accomplish exactly this -.what number must be in box 3? Box # 1 3 2 15 3 4 2 5 1 6 4 7 3 8 12 9 10 START 1 > 2 NO Subtract: (number in box 1) .no more and no less -.(number in box 1). 8 and 9. END What number must be in box 3? page 9 . put result in box 1. put result into box 1. and put the total in box 1.QUESTION 5 The purpose of the following flow-chart is to add up the numbers in boxes 6. Add: (number in box 1) + (number in box 6). by 1.

Is (number in box 14) greater than the second box-number mentioned in Instruction 1? YES 3 END What is the SMALLEST number which may be in box 14? page 10 .QUESTION 6 The purpose of the following flow-chart is to double the number in each of the boxes: 13. 10. 2 NO Change Instruction 1: Decrease all box-numbers mentioned in it.no more and no less -. by 3. 7 and 4. In order to accomplish exactly this -.what is the smallest number which may be in box 14? Box # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 START > 1 Add: (number in box 13) + ( number in box 13). put result into box 13.

put result into box 7. less than (number in box 2)? YES 3 4 5 6 Add: (number in box 11) + (number in box 7).what number must be in box 2? Box # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 START 1 > 2 NO Put a zero into box 7. END What number must be in box 2? page 11 . Is the second box-number mentioned in Instruction 2. 6. 5.no more and no less -.QUESTION 7 The purpose of the following flow-chart is to add up the numbers in boxes 3. put result into box 7. 10 and 11. 9. Add: (number in box 7) + (number in box 3). In order to accomplish exactly this -. by 1. by 1. 4. and to put the total in box 7. Change Instruction 4: Decrease the first box-number mentioned in it. Change Instruction 2: Increase the second box-number mentioned in it.

no two boxes contain the same number. For example: “Is (4) greater than (7)?” means “Is (number in box 4) greater than (number in box 7)?” In each of the following problems. you are told something about the result. and you must determine what the contents of the boxes must have been. TURN THE PAGE AND CONTINUE page 12 .READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS In the following problems. the expression (number in box X) is abbreviated as (X). in order to obtain that result. In these problems.

Put the letter B into box 4.. NO YES NO Is (3) greater than (2)? Is (2) greater than (1)? YES Which of the boxes 1.. Put the letter E into box 4. the largest number? the smallest number? page 13 . END The letter A is now in box 4. 3 contains. Put the letter F into box 4. Put the letter C into box 4. 2. Put the letter D into box 4.QUESTION 8 START Is (3) greater than (1)? NO YES Is (2) greater than (1)? NO YES Is (3) greater than (2)? NO YES Put the letter A into box 4.

Put the letter C into box 4.QUESTION 9 START Is (3) greater than (1)? NO YES Is (2) greater than (1)? NO NO YES Is (3) greater than (2)? Is (3) greater than (2)? NO YES Put the letter A into box 4. 2. 3 CANNOT POSSIBLY contain the largest number? the smallest number? page 14 . Put the letter B into box 4. NO YES Is (2) greater than (1)? YES Which of the boxes 1. Put the letter D into box 4. Put the letter E into box 4. END EITHER the letter C OR the letter F is in box 4. Put the letter F into box 4.

3 CANNOT POSSIBLY contain the largest number? the smallest number? page 15 . Put the letter D into box 4. 2. Put the letter C into box 4.QUESTION 10 START Is (3) greater than (1)? NO YES Is (2) greater than (1)? NO NO YES Is (3) greater than (2)? Is (3) greater than (2)? NO YES Put the letter A into box 4. NO YES Is (2) greater than (1)? YES Which of the boxes 1. END EITHER the letter B OR the letter E is in box 4. Put the letter F into box 4. Put the letter E into box 4. Put the letter B into box 4.

READ THESE DIRECTIONS In the following problem. you must grasp the significance of the individual steps in the flowchart. page 16 . and correct an error which has been deliberately placed there.

As it stands. Is (number in box 3) less than (number in box 2)? 2 3 4 > YES 5 NO 6 7 8 END Put (number in box 2) into box 4..... Box 1 will always contain the smallest number. END OF TEST page 17 .. And the second box-number mentioned in it is box-number...... at the end: Box 3 will always contain the largest number. it will not accomplish the desired purpose... Put (number in box 4) into box 3. we must change Instruction No.. So that the first box-number mentioned in it is box-number... this flow-chart is INCORRECT.. 2 and 3 in such a fashion that. Put (number in box 3) into box 2.... In order to correct this flow-chart. Which one instruction must be changed to correct the flow-chart? START > YES 1 NO Is (number in box 1) less than (number in box 2)? Put (number in box 1) into box 4.. However... Put (number in box 2) into box 1. Put (number in box 4) into box 2.QUESTION 11 The object of the following flow-chart is to rearrange the numbers in boxes 1...

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