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The written exam conducted by Lion Bridge for selection is moderate . The exam has around 110 questions from General English, Reasoning, Aptitude and Technicalsections with a time allotment of 120 minutes in total. The General English section(around 20 questions) consists of questions on grammar usage like prepositions, antonyms, synonyms, sentence completion and reading comprehensions. The Reasoning section (around 20 questions) consists of questions from topics such as seating arrangement problems, finding the missing numbers, puzzle tests and theme detection. In the Aptitude section (around 20 questions), topics such as SI-CI, averages, percentage, A.P & G.P, Prime Numbers, Problems on speed and averages will be covered. Technical section (around 50 questions) consists of questions from topics such as C, C++, Java, Data Structure, and Computer Networks. There is no negative marking in the paper.