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Paper : TCS Placement Paper Pattern (English, Aptitude)

Hi, Its Vineet Mishra. TCS Test Consists of 3 Sections..

1. Test on Synonyms and Antonyms (40 questions, 20 minutes: Also Q's on Sentence Completion).
2. Aptitude Test (32 questions(may vary), 40 minutes: General Questions on Mathematics).
3. Critical Reasoning (30 Minutes: 3 Analysis Paragraphs and 12 questions Relating them

Written Test:
Written test is on line test paper. There were three sections. plz prepare last papers too & BARRONS Properly. Some of Antonyms are
Admonish= usurp
Adhesive = tenacious, sticky, glue, gum, bonding agent
Alienate = estrange
Bileaf = big screen, big shot, big success
Belief = conviction
Baffle = puzzle
Brim = edge
Covet = to desire
Caprice = whim
Concur = similar, acquiesce
Confiscate = appropriate, to take charge, to annex
Cargo = load, luggage
Dispel = scatter
Divulge = reveal, make known, disclose
Discretion = prudence
Emancipate = liberate
Efface = obliterate
Embrace = hug, hold, cuddle
Furtive = stealthy
Heap = to gather
Hamper = obstruct
Heap = to pile
Hover = linger
Incentive = spur
Instigate = incite
Inert = passive
Latitude = scope
Lethargy = stupor
Lamont = lakes, lamentable
Lament = wail
Latent = potential
Merry = Enjoy
Meager = small, little, scanty
Misery = distress
Momentary = for small time
Merit = to deserve
Miserable = unhappy, sad
Obstinate = stubborn
Overt = obvious, clear, explicit, evident
Pretentious = ostentatious
Potential = ability
Rinaile = rigorous
Renounce= reject
Solicit = Humble, urge
Subside = wane
Stifle = snits
Tranquil = calm, silent, serene
To merit- to deserve
Volume = quantity
Veer = diverge
Wethargy = well wisher 2. General Aptitude: For this section it is more than enough to solve all the previous papers available in this site. Then for some concepts refer R.S Agarwal aptitude book. Most of the problems will be repeated only with…...

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