Cts Placement Paper -29 oct 2006 - Hyderabad.

Cts Placement Paper -29 oct 2006 - Hyderabad...

I attended CTS test on 29th OCT at GRIET college in Hyderabad.
The written test consists of 3 sections.

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Section 1 consists of Verbal Ability of 25 Questions in 20mins.
Section 2 of Analytical Ability of 25Questions in 30mins.
Section 3 Attention To Detail 20Questions in 20mins.

In Section 1:
Correction of sentences of 5 questions.
Find the InCorrect sentence from the given -5q
Arrange the Jumbled Sentences 5 Questions
2 Comprehension Passages each carrying 5 marks.

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Section 2:

Venn diagram problem of 5q
On Data Sufficiency 5-6 problems
given 2 statements . Asked whether it can be found using
1)1st stmt only
2)2nd stmt only
3)by both
4)none

- *\$ 5 questions on representation problems
e.g., * represents 0 and \$ represents 1 then 4 represents \$** and now
a) 17 * 170 represents
b) 324 is represented as....
5 questions on Cube problem
and some simple problems .

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Section 3:
5 questions on Logical Deductions.
e.g., All cats are dogs
Some dogs are rats

a) All cats are rats
b) Some cats are rats
c) All dogs are cats & so on...
3 questions on figures. given some figures and we must find the next one
7 questions on Finding odd figure out of the given
- 5 questions based on one puzzle .

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