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The written exam conducted by Micro Focus for selection is moderate to difficult. The exam has around 50 questions from Aptitude, Technical and C Programming sections with a time allotment of 60 minutes in total. In the Aptitude (around 15 questions) section consists of questions from basic mathematics and logical reasoning. This section features questions from the topic like time and distance, number system, ratios and proportions, number series, coding decoding, blood relations, directions and syllogisms. Technical (around 20 questions) section regularly features questions from topics of C & C++ programming, Data structures, Algorithms, Databases, RDBMS, etc. Coding (around 15 questions) section features questions from basic programming language such as C/C++ and Java. There is no negative marking in the paper.