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All our mock placement tests are designed carefully so that the pattern of our mock tests, the type of questions featured in them & their level of difficulty are comparable to the actual selection tests conducted by Google. Bulls Eye also provides 10 free mock placement papers for each company, comprehensive test result analysis after every test you have taken, numerous section-wise/topic-wise tests, regular inflow of articles on tough academic topics, free e-modules etc.
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All Bulls Eye Mock tests are designed keeping in mind the company’s actual placement paper. But, because most company placement tests include a verbal section (apart form a few), we have incorporated this section in all our Mock Tests.
The written exam conducted by Google for selection is moderate to difficult. The exam has around 40 questions from Logical Reasoning, General Aptitude, Technical and General English with a time allotment of 40 minutes in total. The Logical Reasoning section (around 10 questions) consists of questions from topics such as seating arrangement problems, finding the missing numbers, puzzle tests and theme detection. In the General Aptitude section (around 10 questions), topics such as percentage, A.P & G.P, Prime Numbers, Problems on speed and averages will be covered. Technical section (around 15 questions) consists of questions from topics such as C, C++, Java, Data Structure, and Computer Networks. The General English section (around 5 questions) consists of questions on grammar usage like prepositions, antonyms, synonyms, sentence completion and reading comprehensions. Apart from this, there is Analysis section as well which is very time consuming. This requires the candidate to rate certain websites along with an explanation.