Accenture Placement Paper 2

Accenture Placement Paper 2

Once you have completed Accenture Placement Paper 1 questions, you can move on to Accenture Placement Paper 2 questions. Students expect these questions to be exceptionally difficult. But in reality they are not going to be difficult to the extent that one cannot answer them. It's just that you need to focus on the question without being distracted elsewhere.

Once you are done with the paper, you can make a note of your mistakes so that you can learn from your mistakes. And if you don't have many mistakes to improve on, then it means that you are doing well for now. You can move on to the next level.

The syllabus for this Paper is given below.

1. Simplification.

2. Problems on Ages.

3. Surds and Indices.

4. Pipes and Cisterns.

5. Logic.

6. Arguments.

7. Assumptions.

8. Course of Action.

9. Conclusion.

Mastering the above topics will make you perform well in the exam. Please read the questions carefully before answering them. Once you are done with this Paper then you can move on to Placement Paper 3.

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Q1

The sum of four consecutive even numbers A,B,C and D is 180.  What is the sum of the set of next four consecutive even numbers?

Level 1 Numbers Number Arithmetic Problems
A

196

B

204

C

212

D

214

E

none of these

Q2

The highest common factor of 0 and 6 is

Level 1 HCF and LCM Basic Concept of LCM and HCF
A

0

B

3

C

6

D

Undefined

Q3

The fraction equivalent to \(\frac{2}{5}\)% is

Level 1 Decimal Fractions Decimals Basic
A

\(\frac{1}{40}\)

B

\(\frac{1}{125}\)

C

\(\frac{1}{250}\)

D

\(\frac{1}{500}\)

Q4

4\(\frac{4}{5}\)÷6\(\frac{2}{5}\)

Level 1 Simplification Fraction Simplification
A

112\(\frac{1}{3}\)

B

116\(\frac{2}{3}\)

C

240

D

663

E

none of these

Q5

\(\sqrt{2166}-\sqrt{1600}=\sqrt{?}\)

Level 1 Squares and Square Roots Find Unknown Value
A

20

B

64

C

81

D

36

Q6

The average of 11 players of a cricket team is decreased by 2 months when two of them aged 17 years and 20 ears are replaced by two new players. The average age of the new players is

Level 2 Average Addition and Removal of items
A

17 years 1 month

B

17 years 7 months

C

17 years 11 months

D

18 years 3 months

Q7

If the square of a two digit number is reduced by the square of the number formed by reversing the digits of the number, the final result is

Level 2 Problems on Numbers Miscellaneous Questions
A

divisible by 11

B

divisible by 9

C

necessarily irrational

D

both (a) and (b)

Q8

A couple has a son and a daughter. The age of the father is four times that of the son and the age of the daughter is one-third of that of her mother. The wife is 6 years younger to her husband and the sister is 3 years older than her brother. The mother's age is?

Level 2 Problems on Ages Relationship Data Questions
A

42 years

B

48 years

C

54 years

D

63 years

Q9

[\(\frac{x^{b}}{x^{c}}]^{b+c-a}\).[\(\frac{x^{c}}{x^{a}}]^{c+a-b}\).[\(\frac{x^{a}}{x^{b}}]^{a+b-c}\)

Level 2 Surds and Indices Common Base Questions
A

0

B

\(x^{abc}\)

C

\(x^{a+b+c}\)

D

1

Q10

To meet a government requirement, a bottler must test 5 percent of its spring water and 10 percent of its sparkling water for purity. If a customer ordered 120 cases of spring water and 80 cases of sparkling water, then what percent of all the cases must the bottler test before he can send it out?

Level 2 Percentage Percentage Change
A

6.5%

B

7.0%

C

7.5%

D

8.0%

Q11

How much profit did Manick earn on the cost price of an article by selling it?

I. He got 15% discount on the marked price at the time of purchase.

II. He sold it for Rs.3060

III. He earned 2% profit on the marked price.

Level 3 Profit and Loss Other Type Questions
A

I and II only

B

II and III only

C

I only or II and III together

D

Any two of the three

E

Even I, II and III together are not sufficient to answer the question.

Q12

A shopkeeper mixes two varieties of tea - one costing Rs.75 per kg and the other costing Rs.50 per kg in the ratio 3:2. If he sells the mixed variety at Rs.62.40 per kg, find his gain or loss percent.

Level 3 Ratio and Proportion Increment Ratio Questions
A

2%

B

4%

C

6%

D

8%

Q13

A team of workers was employed by a contractor who undertook to finish 360 pieces of an article in a certain number of days. Making for more pieces per day than was planned, they could complete the job a day ahead of schedule. How many days did they take to complete the job?

Level 3 Chain Rule Indirect Proportion Problems
A

8 days

B

9 days

C

10 days

D

12 days

Q14

A can complete a piece of work in 10 days, B in 15 days and C in 20 days. A and C together for 2 days and then A was replaced by B. In how many days, altogether, was the work completed?

Level 3 Time and Work Combination of Efforts
A

6

B

8

C

10

D

12

Q15

Two pipes can fill a tank with water in 15 and 12 hours respectively and a third pipe can empty it in 4 hours. If the pipes be opened in order at 8, 9 and 11 a.m. respectively, the tank will be emptied at 

Level 3 Pipes and Cisterns Simultaneous Filling and Emptying
A

11 : 40 a.m.

B

12 : 40 p.m.

C

1 : 40 p.m.

D

2 : 40 p.m.

Passage

Q16

Which of the following pairs of statements considered by themselves cannot both be true and cannot both be false?

Logic
A

I and II

B

II and III

C

I and III

D

II and IV

Q17

Statement : Should all the drugs patented and manufactured in Western countries be first tried out on sample basis before giving licence for sale to general public in India?

Arguments : 

I. Yes. Many such drugs required different doses and duration for India population and hence it is necessary.

II. No. This is just not feasible and hence cannot be implemented.

Level 1 Arguments
A
if only argument I is strong
B
if only argument II is strong
C
if either I or II is strong
D
if neither I nor II is strong
E
if both I and II are strong

Passage

Q18

Statement : Give this packet to Mr. X at his residence and return immediately. In case you are likely to be late inform me - Mr. A tells his clerk.

Assumptions :

I. The clerk never informs about his late coming.

II. The clerk may not obey Mr. A's instructions.

III. The clerk may not inform his lat coming unless instructed.

Level 1 Assumptions
A

I and II

B

Ii and III

C

I and III

D

III

E

None of these

Q19

Statement : The alert villagers caught a group of dreaded dacoits armed with murderous weapons.

Courses of Action:

I. The villagers should be provided sophisticated weapons.

II. The villagers should be rewarded for their courage and unity.

Courses of Action
A
if only I follows
B
if only II follows
C
if either I or II follows
D
if neither I nor II follows
E
if both I and II follow
Q20

Statement : The best way to escape from a problem is to solve it.

Conclusions :

I. Your life will b dull if you don't face a problem.

II. To escape from problems, you should always have some solutions with you.

Level 1 Conclusions
A
if only conclusion I follows
B
if only conclusion II follows
C
if either I or II follows
D
if neither I nor II follows
E
if both I and II follow

Passage

Q21

Monsoon in India have been good only in the alternate years during the past few years.

Deriving Conclusions from passages
A
if the inference is 'definitely true' i.e., it directly follows from the facts given in the passage
B
if the inference is 'probably true' though not definitely true in the light of the facts given
C
if the 'data provided is inadequate' i.e., from the facts given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or false
D
if the inference is 'probably false' though not definitely false in the light of the facts given
E
if the inference is 'definitely false' i.e., it contradicts the given facts

Passage

Q22

I. The university authority has instructed all the colleges under its jurisdiction to ban use of all phones inside the college premises.

II. Majority of the teachers of the colleges signed a joint petition to the university complaining the disturbances caused by cell phone ring-tones inside the classrooms.

Cause and Effect Reasoning
A
If Statement I is cause and statement II is its effect
B
If Statement II is cause and statement I is its effect
C
If both the statements I and II are independent causes
D
If both the statements I and II are effects of independent cause
E
If both the statement I and II are effects of some common cause
Q23

In certain code, ORIENTAL is written as MBUOFJSP. How is COWARDLY written in that code?

Level 2 Coding Decoding
A

XKCQBXPD

B

XLBQCXPD

C

ZMESDPXB

D

ZMDSEPXB

E

None of these

Passage

Q24

How many male members are there in the group?

Level 2 Blood Relations
A

one

B

two

C

three

D

four

Passage

Q25

The spinner's home town is

Level 2 Puzzle Test
A

Chandigarh

B

Bangalore

C

Warangal

D

Pune

Q26

In following question, two words indicated by I and II have been left out. The correct word to come in place of I is given as one of the four alternatives [(1), (2), (3) and (4)] and the 1 and the correct word to come in place II is given as one of the four alternatives [(A), (B), (C) and (D)] against II. Read with the correct words, there is some relationship between the two words to the left of sign (::) and the same relationship obtains between the two words to the right of the sign (::). The correct combination is given as one of the four alternatives (a), (b), (c) and (d). Find the correct combination in each case.
I : Constitution :: Prologue : II

I. (1) Independence (2) Law (3) Preamble (4) Amendment

II. (A) Eulogy (B) Write (C) Play (D) Epilogue

Level 3 Analogy
A

1D

B

3A

C

4A

D

4D

Q27

Choose the number pair/group which is different from others.

Level 3 Classification
A

1975 - 1579

B

3152 - 5321

C

4283 - 8432

D

7319 - 9731

Q28

A person starts from a point A and travels 3 km eastwards to B and then turns left and travels thrice that distance to reach C. He again turns left and travels five times the distance he covered between A and B and reaches his destination D. The shortest distance between the starting point and the destination is

Level 3 Direction Sense Test
A

12 km

B

15 km

C

16 km

D

18 km

Passage

Q29

Level 3 Inserting the missing character
A

619

B

660

C

670

D

690

Q30

Rajan and Madan start from a common point and walk straight in the opposite directions. What will be the distance between them at the expiry of three hours?

I.Rajan and Madan walk at the speed of 4 km/hr and 6 km/hr respectively.

II. Madan walks one and a half times faster than Rajan.

Level 3 Data Sufficiency
A
if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not answer the question
B
if the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not answer the question
C
if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question
D
if the data in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question
E
if the data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question
Q31

In each of the following questions, out of the given alternative choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the italicised part of the sentence.

The parade route was down the main boulevard.

Synonyms
A

alley

B

highway

C

avenue

D

driveway

Q32

In following question, choose the word opposite to the meaning to the given word.

Challenge

Antonyms
A

Admire

B

Accept

C

Favour

D

Praise

Q33

In the following question, find out which part of the sentence has an error. If there is no mistake, the answer is 'No error'

The programme which (a) / came on television (b) / these days in the evenings (c) / is very interesting. (d) / No error (e).

Spotting Errors
A
a
B
b
C
c
D
d
E
e
Q34

Which of the following spelling is wrong?

Spelling Test
A

Apropriation

B

Oppose

C

Increment

D

Minute

Q35

Below are given different forms of a sentence labelled as (a), (b), (c) and (d). Choose the one which conveys the meaning of the sentence correctly.

Choosing Correct incorrect Sentence
A

Anita was sitting with her husband on the steps of the temple with her lap full of newspapers, when Bunty and Bittoo came up

B

Anita, with her lap full of newspapers, was sitting with her husband on the steps of the temple when Bunty and Bittoo came up.

C

With her lap full of newspapers, Anita was sitting with her husband on the steps of the temple when Bunty and Bittoo came up

D

None of the above

Q36

In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct (or Indirect) speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect(or Direct) speech.

He said,"What a beautiful scene!"

Direct and Indirect Speech
A

He said that what a beautiful scene it was

B

He wondered that it was a beautiful scene

C

He exclaimed that it was a very beautiful scene

D

None of these

Q37

In following question, Some alternatives are suggested for the idiom/phrase in italic in the sentence. Choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given idiom/proverb.

He was in a brown study and did not seem to catch my point.

Idioms and Phrases
A

in his study room

B

absorbed in reading

C

absent-minded

D

in a state of shock

Passage

Q38

Consumer Protection Act proposes to give the consumer protection against

Reading Comprehension
A

highly priced substandard goods

B

cheating by selling substandard goods

C

not getting his money's worth

D

denial of relief if the product is not upto the mark.

Q39

Pick out the most appropriate pair to fill in the blanks in the same order, to make the sentence meaningfully complete.

Do not trouble yourself .............. the worries and anxieties of life.

Sentence Completion
A

about

B

of 

C

for

D

with

Q40

In question below, a part of sentence is printed in italics. Below each sentence, some phrases are given which can substitute the italicised part of the sentence. Find out the phrases which can correctly substitute that part of the sentence. If the sentence is correct as it is, the answer is 'No correction required'or 'No improvement'.

The practical importance of the role of the industrialist in the establishment of the new order is greater than the economist and the politician.

Sentence Improvement
A

of the economist and the politicians

B

that of the economist's and the politician's

C

that of the economist and the politician

D

No improvement

Q41

In the following question, there are six sentences marked S1, S6, P, Q, R, S. The positions of S1 and S6 are fixed. You are required to choose one of the four alternatives which would be the most logical sequence of the sentences in the passage.

S1: We speak today self-determination is politics.

S6: Cultural subjection is ordinarily of an unconscious character and it implies slavery from the very start.

P: So long as one is conscious of a restraint, it is possible to resist it or to bear it as a necessary evil and to keep free in spirit.

Q: Slavery begins when one ceases to feel the restraint and it depends on if the evil is accepted as good.

R: There is, however, a subtler domination exercised in the sphere of ideas by one culture on another.

S: Political subjection primarily means restraint on the outer life of people.

Rearrangement of Sentences
A

RSPQ

B

RSQP

C

SPQR

D

SPRQ

Q42

In the following question, you are provided with the first and last parts of a sentence. The remaining sentence is broken into four parts labelled (P), (Q), (R) and (S). You are required to arrange these parts so as to form a complete meaningful sentence and then choose the correct combination.

He said thet those who

(P) would miss a very interesting game

(Q) to be played

(R) between two famous teams

(S) would not accompany him

Reconstruction of Sentences
A

QRPS

B

SPQR

C

SQRP

D

SRPQ

Q43

In the following question, you are provided with the first and last parts of a sentence. The remaining sentence is broken into four parts labelled (P), (Q), (R) and (S). You are required to arrange these parts so as to form a complete meaningful sentence and then choose the correct combination.

(1) The ongoing research

(P) to relax the vigil

(Q) for development of an AIDS vaccine

(R) is not reason enough

(S) due to enter laboratory trails shortly

(6) against the killer-disease

Reconstruction of Sentences
A

PQSR

B

QSRP

C

SQRP

D

SRQP

Q44

In each of the following questions, out of the given alternative choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the italicised part of the sentence.

The device which measures earthquakes is called the Richter scale.

Synonyms
A

prevents

B

weights

C

gauges

D

calculates

Q45

In following question consists of a word or phase which is italicised bold in the sentence given. It is followed by certain words or phases. Select the work or phase which is closest to the opposite in meaning of the italicised word or phase.

His attitude is very hostile.

Antonyms
A

friendly

B

kind

C

humane

D

helpful

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