Accenture Logical Reasoning Questions 2023

Accenture Logical Reasoning Questions 2023 with Solutions


33 Ques

Time Duration

50 mins (shared)

Type of Test

Non Adaptive

Negative Marking


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Accenture Interview Experience

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Student Interview

I was very excited when I came to know that Accenture is coming to our campus this year for the on-campus recruitment drive. Our TPO instructed us the steps to register for the interview and provided us the necessary information about the company and gave us the link to apply for the drive. It was my first interview. Therefore I didn’t want to take any chance. I went to my seniors and asked them from where should I prepare, and they suggested PrepInsta’s Practice Sample papers for the Written Round. Later our professor told us about the eligibility criteria and interview process.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Full-time degree in B.E, B.Tech, BBA, B.Sc., M.Tech, M.E, MBA
  • 60% marks throughout the academic career
  • No current backlogs


Round1: Accenture Online Test

The round first was divided into two sections, Cognitive Test and Technical Test. 90 minutes were given to complete the two test, and there were overall 90 questions asked in these tests/

Cognitive Test - This round contains 3 sections.  Total 50 questions were asked , and the time given was 50 minutes (shared). This round contains Quantitative aptitude, analytical reasoning, and written communication questions. The topics asked were:

Test Sections Topics No. of Questions Time
Abstract Reasoning
  • Visual Reasoning
  • Flowcharts-Visual Reasoning-DI
  • Directional Sense
  • Seating Arrangement
15 Questions 50 mins (Shared)
  • Sentence Correction
  • Prepositions
  • Grammar
  • Reading Comprehension
17 Question 50 Minutes (Shared)
Critical Reasoning and Problem Solving
  • Arrangements
  • Blood Relations
  • Statement & Conclusions
  • Coding  Decoding
18 Questions 50 minutes (Shared)
Technical Assessment
  • Common Applications and MS-Office
  • Pseudo Code
  • Fundamentals of Networking Security and Cloud
40 Questions 40 minutes (Shared)
  • C
  • C++
  • Java
  • Python
2 Questions 45 minutes (Shared)

Round2: Communication Assessment Test

The communication assessment test basically tested the verbal listening, accent sharpness, sentences framing, vocabulary, and communication skills and was divided into 6 sections. Everyone got only 20-30 seconds to answer each question orally. The following were the related sections:

  • Reading- There was a total of 8 sentences, and we needed to read the one they ask us to read. Like the audio will say read sentence 1 then after some seconds you’ll have to read that sentence, then sentence 2, 3...likewise.
  • Repeating Sentences- So here you’ll hear audio and then you will just repeat it as it is. 20 to 25 sentences were given.
  • Question Answer- In this section, you will be asked simple questions, and you will just answer them in one or two words. Example - you keep the books on the table or in the fridge? You will say - on the table. We were given 15 questions to answer one by one.
  • Sentences building/jumbled sentences - Here, a sentence was given that was sliced into three parts, and the three parts were spoken in a jumbled way. I was required to listen to it and speak out the corrected form of the sentence. For example, Audio will say - on the table, books are, and you will repeat - books are on the table.
  • Story Telling- A short story of around one minute was spoken in a stretch. I was asked to listen to the story, understand the gist, remember the characteristics, locations, happenings, and tell the summary of the story in around 30-40 seconds.
  • Open Questions- It was like an HR round. HR question was asked, and one minute was given to answer those questions.

At the time of answering the questions, you can take these types of precautions:

  1. You will be given a link to test your system make sure you do that.
  2. Make sure you use the headphones which have a mike.
  3. When you will give the test sit in a quiet place you can find.

I successfully cleared the first round and was asked to wait till I receive a mail regarding the further round procedures.

We were told that after one day, the interview panel of the company would be coming to our campus for their technical interview and HR interview.

Round3: Technical Interview Round

This round was basically to check the logical think of the candidate and how much does the candidate know about the basic of his/her subject, any language, data structures, and algorithm. When I went inside the interview room, the interviewer first asked me about my final year project. Then he asked me a few technical questions. Some of them were:

  • Difference between TCP and UDP?
  • Difference between threat and vulnerability?
  • Explain class and superclass.
  • What do you know about default constructor?
  • Explain different basic principles of OOPS.
  • What do you mean by polymorphism?

I knew all the questions and answered all of them properly. The interview lasted for about 1 hour.

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Analytics 2023

Stats About Accenture 2023 (shared Analytics )

Number of Questions 33 Questions
Cut-Off Questions
Difficulty Medium

Topic Wise Analytics

Arrangement 1-2 Number of Questions
Difficulty Medium
Importance High
Visual Reasoning 0-1 Number of Questions
Difficulty Medium
Importance Medium
Blood Relations 1-2 Number of Questions
Difficulty Medium
Importance Medium
Flowchart-Visual Reasoning-DI 1-2 Number of Questions
Difficulty Medium
Importance Med
Statement and Conclusion 1-2 Number of Questions
Difficulty Medium
Importance Medium
Coding-Decoding 1-2 Number of Questions
Difficulty Medium
Importance Medium
Agree Disagree Psychometric 0-1 Number of Questions
Difficulty Medium
Importance Medium
Directional Sense 1-2 Number of Questions
Difficulty Me
Importance Medium
Analogies 1-2 Number of Questions
Difficulty Medium
Importance Medium
Seatiung Arrangement 0-1 Number of Questions
Difficulty Medium
Importance Med
Inferred Meaning 1-2 Number of Questions
Difficulty Medium
Importance Medium
Logical Sequence 1-2 Number of Questions
Difficulty Medium
Importance Medium