Bulls Eye provides you free access to Amazon Placement Placement papers designed by experts so that they are exactly similar to the actual tests of the company.
Our team of experts has specially generated all the mock tests so that they are comparable to the actual placement tests the company has taken in the past, including similar pattern of the test, similar variety of questions & the similar level of difficulty. Not only does Bulls Eye provide 10 free mock placement papers for each company, but also provides students with a comprehensive test result analysis along with free of cost account access to their entire e-learning module set. The result analysis will help you identify your areas of strengths & weaknesses, provide you with customized tips/strategies to enhance your performance and help you crack the company placement tests.
You can also access various topic-wise & sectional tests that are designed to improve your basics and advanced concepts diligently. We strongly suggest you to go through all our free tests before sitting for your selection process.
All Bulls Eye Mock tests are designed keeping in mind the company’s actual placement paper. Generally most company placement tests include a verbal section (apart from a few), hence we have incorporated this section in all our Mock Tests.
The written exam conducted by Amazon for selection is easy to moderate. The exam has around 22 questions from Aptitude which includes Technical section and Programming sections with a time allotment of 90 minutes in total. Aptitude section (around 20 questions) consists of questions based on data interpretation, graphs, blood relations and statement reasoning. Topics from basic mathematics like time, speed & distance, algebra, arithmetic, probability, geometry, permutation & combination can also be asked. Questions on English based on grammar usage and fill in the blanks were also seen. Technical section featured questions from topics like o/p, complexity, C language and DBMS. In the Programming section (around 2 questions) will involve real time coding for the given problem. There is no negative marking in the paper.