The Oracle Placement papers provided to you by Bulls Eye has been structured carefully so that it is comparable to the actual tests of the company Oracle.
The Bulls Eye mock placement tests are created by an expert panel of faculty such that every aspect: the pattern of the tests, the type of questions featured in them & their level of difficulty are comparable to the actual selection tests you will face in the selection process of ORACLE. Bulls Eye also provides you with 10 free mock placement papers for each company, a comprehensive test result analysis for each of these tests and free e-learning modules such as GK, Vocab Builder, Puzzles etc. The comprehensive test analysis identifies your areas of strengths & weaknesses, provides you with customized tips/strategies to enhance your performance and numerous practice tests to master yourself..
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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 ORACLE for selection is moderate to difficult. The exam has around 106 questions from Coding Skills, Software Engineering Aptitude, Computer Science Knowledge and Contextual Communication sections with a time allotment of 150 minutes in total. Coding Skills section (around 10 questions) consists of multiple choice questions from the topics such as trees, graphs, linked list, and etc.Software Engineering Aptitude (around 46 questions) consists of questions based on data structure, arrays, Big O Notations. This section also contains some questions on Quantitative Aptitude based on the topics like Number System, Probability, Time and Speed, Time and Work, and etc. In the Contextual Communication section (around 30 questions), the students will have to solve reading comprehensions. This section also consists of basic grammar usage questions like fill in the blanks, synonyms, antonyms, paragraph completion, sentence completion, vocabulary, etc.