## Cognizant Quants Questions with Answers from Previous Papers

Cognizant Aptitude Questions has 16 Aptitude Questions which are to be solved in 16 mins. The Logical part has 14 and English has 25 questionsfor which you can study from our Logical Dashboard, Cognizant Previous Paper and Placement Papers with Solutions are of high difficulty. The cut off, tricks and facts for Cognizant Aptitude Papers and Cognizant Aptitude Questions can be found at the pattern section of this page below. It is suggested to prepare for atleast two weeks for getting good marks in CTS Aptitude Questions and Answers.

### Cognizant Aptitude Paper and Questions with Solutions

Also this page is for Quantitative Aptitude section preparation if you want to prepare for Logical, English and Coding then go to our Cognizant Main Dashboard here.

Also check most asked Questions for CTS here.

### Cognizant Aptitude Questions and Papers

#### Cognizant Questions on Number System

• Difficulty Level: Medium
• Importance: High
• Number of Questions: 4 – 5 Questions

(Number System i.e. LCM and HCF is one of the most important topic with the highest number of questions coming from this one in cognizant aptitude papers. Also, they are cross functional i.e. some other topics can be mixed with these two in CTS quantitative aptitude questions)

##### Cognizant Aptitude Questions Work and Time Questions
• Difficulty Level: Medium
• Importance: Medium
• Number of Questions: 4 Questions

(These questions are generally easy once enough practice has been done on them and shortcuts have been learnt properly for cognizant Quants Questions Paper in cts aptitude questions)

#### Cognizant Other Topic Questions

• Difficulty Level – Medium
• Importance – High
• Number of Questions – 4 – 5 Questions

(Previous years Profit and Loss Questions in CTS aptitude questions were easy but has been the most asked questions in the exam)

## Cognizant Aptitude Questions Syllabus and Paper Pattern

### CTS Aptitude Questions based Pattern Facts

Here you will find the CTS Aptitude Questions Syllabus and Paper Pattern for the test –

Cognizant Aptitude Questions SectionQuestionsSectional TimeMarks per Question
Cognizant English Questions25251
Cognizant Logical Questions14141
Automata Fix(On Campus)7201
Coding (Off Campus)26050

#### CTS Aptitude Test Based Process

Cognizant Aptitude TestNo. of QuestionsSuggested Avg Time to Solve
Numbers/LCM HCF145 secs
Divisibility145 secs
Number Decimal Fraction245 secs
Profit and Loss155 secs
Simple and Compound Interest11 min
Time Speed Distance155 secs
Inverse0 or 145 secs
Log1 – 250 secs
P and C255 secs
Probability2 – 340 secs

Most Important Topics – Profit & Loss, Numbers

Most Difficult Topics – Pipes and Cisterns

Easiest topic – Speed, time & Distance

### Cognizant Aptitude Questions based FAQ’s

Ques. Which one should I study Azpring Minds or MeritTrac for cognizant aptitude questions for on Campus?

Ans. From what we have observed cognizant used MeritTrac was used earlier but from September 2018 they have shifted to Azpiring Minds in all the campuses.

Ques. Are previous year questions repeated in CTS Aptitude Questions with Solutions?

Ans. Yes they are repeated and from what we have observed are repeated every year, thus studying from previous year papers must increase your percentile in the exam.

Ques. What is the level of difficulty of CTS Aptitude Questions and Answers?

Ans The Level of Difficulty is anywhere between Medium to high for CTS Aptitude Questions and Answers?

Ques. I am trusting your people for cts aptitude test papers with answers pdf paid, will questions be repeated?

Ans. Yes, from our cts aptitude test papers with answers pdf some percentage of questions will be repeated in the test.

• Name: Meenakshi Pillai
• Branch: ECE
• College: BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore
• Type of Interview: On-Campus (3.38 LPA)

Student Interview

Two months back the placement cell of our college notified all the final year students that Cognizant will be conducting a recruitment drive in our college soon. Immediately, everyone applied for it. But due to the eligibility criteria of minimum 60% in 10th, 12th, and graduation and no existing backlogs only a few students were eligible for the drive. Fortunately, I was one of those few students. The CTS selection process had 3rounds;

1. Written Test
2. Technical Interview
3. HR Interview

Round 1- Written Test

AMCAT conducted the written test. The test contained 3 sections.

 Sections Number of Questions Time Duration Syllabus Verbal Ability 25 25 minutes Synonyms, antonyms, Para-jumbles, comprehension, sentence correction, grammar etc. Quantitative Ability 16 16 minutes Number system, Profit, and loss, percentage, time and work, speed and distance, etc. Reasoning Ability 14 14 minutes Coding and decoding, arrangements, blood relations, data sufficiency, syllogism, etc.

Along with this there was a new section that was there, which was CTS Automata Fix Questions which had 7 questions in 20 mins.

Overall the difficulty level of the test was moderate, and since I already practiced such questions on PrepInsta, so, I was able to solve most of the problems. Luckily, I cleared the cut-off and was shortlisted for technical interview.

Round 2-Technical Interview

As soon as I entered the room, the interviewer asked me to sit and immediately started asking technical questions. I got nervous, but still, I tried to be calm and composed. Mainly, he was testing my confidence level. And luckily, I was able to maintain that confidence. Then he asked me to introduce myself and eventually we had a friendly conversation.

1. Which was your favorite subject in engineering?
2. You are an ECE student why do you want to work in IT domain?
3. What do you know about Cognizant?
5. What is a pointer?
6. Distinguish between C++ and JAVA.
7. What are objects?

The technical interview was straightforward as fundamental questions were only asked. I was able to answer all the questions and so was shortlisted for the HR round.

Round 3-HR Interview

The HR primarily evaluated my communication skills and confidence by asking some general question related to my personal life.

1. Tell me something about yourself.
2. Why do you want to join Cognizant?
3. Do you want to pursue higher education?