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I' am Vindhya. I attended the written test of Infor Global Solutions Company (previously
known as BAAN/SSA Global) on 13th August 2007. The call was only for referenced
candidates (only 2007 passed outs). On the whole around 548 students took the test. The
exam was held in their office at Vanenburg IT Park Madhapur, Hyderabad.

Coming to the selection procedure of Infor, there are mainly three rounds.
1).Written Test
2).Technical Interview Round
3).HR Round

Written Test Procedure: It was an Online exam. There were exactly 60 questions to be
answered in 60 minutes (1 hour). No negative marking. All are multiple choice questions. U
can scroll back to any question at any time. Every student got his own different set of
questions (the student next to you will not get the same questions as u got).

Written Test mainly comprises of questions on:


I have tried my best to post few questions which I remember.

Wt is the angle between the 2 hands when the time is 8 hours 20 minutes?
Ans. 130 degrees. Formula :( 30*h)-(11/2)*m = 30*8-11/2*20

How many times will the 2 hands (hours and minutes hand) in the clock coincide with one
another for every 4 hours?
Ans. Cannot be determined. Becoz he hasn't mentioned which 4 hours.

There are 32 tennis players, playing single's tournament. How many games do they have to
play for determining the winner?

6x-3y=4 if 2x+y=2 find some not remember the question (but very easy one).

2 questions on probability or Permutation and combinations.

1 question on pipes and cisterns.

1 question on averages.

2 questions on areas (1 was that famous question -when a goat/cow is tied at to a pole, it
turns around....find the area it grazed?)
1 question on time and work.

1 question on ages.

1 question on perfect square.

For arithmetic questions go through the important topics in RS Aggarwal (profit and loss; SI
and CI; Time and distance/work; Trains; Boats; Areas; clocks; volume and surface areas;
areas; pipes; ratio's; %'s; Permutations and combinations; Averages; Ages).


Logical deductions (very important*****) I got around 6-8 questions on them. Very easy

2 questions on Cubes.

1 question on blood relations (In a family there are exactly 2 grandfathers; 2 fathers; 1
grandson and...find how many members are there in the family?)
3-4 questions on series completion

2 questions on coding decoding

1 question on theme detection.

Verbal: only analogy based questions.

Analogies (very important)....I got around 3 analogies (go through GRE kind of analogy
Carpenter: saw:: Valcano:Lava:: hanger:aeroplane
Ans: Tailor: scissors Ans: Fault: earthquake

Technical: DBMS; C++; Software engineering; Java

DBMS (more no of questions were on DBMS and Java)

SQL stands for? Ans-structured query language
The command used of retrieving no of records from a particular table. Ans- Count(*)
{aggregate function}
2-3 questions on JOINS(very important)
1 question on groupby/having clause
1 question on "insert" function Ans:into

javap is used for?
1 question on access specifiers( which access specifier is used if u want to access a class in
the same program but diff package)....not the exact question
Few questions were based on small programs. (were asked to find the output)

Wt keyword is used if u want to erase the object memory space?
1 delete()
2. Free()
3. both 1 and 2
4.....(I think the answer is using only free())
DNS is used for? Ans- to map the internet IP address with the local systems

2 questions on Software Engineering:

1 question on White box testing

1 question on Waterfall model.(which step does not come into the process of waterfall
model? 1. Distribution 2.maintenence 4....)

I found that the last 15 questions were easy to be solved (it mainly contained logical
deduction questions. My advice would be don't miss out the last questions, they are easier
then the first 15 questions) Jump to the next question if u feel u will take more than 1
minute to solve a particular question.

They announced the results after 3 days.

Any doubts u can mail to