## Mphasis Quantitative Aptitude Questions and Answers

Topics

10

Time

45mins

Adaptive/Non Adaptive

No

Negative Marking

No

### Curriculum

**Mphasis Aptitude Paper with Solutions With Latest Curriculum**

List of Mphasis aptitude paper is given below:-

- LCM & HCF
- Divisibility
- Numbers, decimal fractions and power
- Profit and Loss
- Simple and Compound Interest
- Time, Speed and Distance
- Inverse
- Logarithms
- Permutation and Combinations
- Probability
- Percentages
- Time and Work
- Clock & Calendar
- Pipes & Cisterns
- Allegations & Mixtures
- Averages
- Geometry & Coordinate Geometry
- Simple and Compound Interest
- Area, Shapes and Parameters
- Problem on Ages
- Ratio & Proportion

Quantitative Aptitude

- Number of Questions – 25
- Time Limit – 35 mins

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### Mphasis Previous year Aptitude Questions Answers

**Mphasis Aptitude Paper Questions and Answers:-**

**1.The number of red blood corpuscles in one cubic millimeter is about 5,000,000, and the number of white blood corpuscles in one cubic millimeter is about 8,000. What, then, is the ratio of white blood corpuscles to red blood corpuscles?**

- 1:625
- 1:40
- 4:10
- 5:1250

Solution:- A

8000 : 5,000,000 = 8 : 5000 =1:625

**2.A man spends 35% of his income on food, 25% on children's education and 80% of the remaining on house rent. What percent of his income he is left with ?**

**6 %****8 %****10 %****12 %**

Solution:- B

Let the total income be x.

Then, income left = (100 -80)% of [100 - (35 + 25)] % of x = 20% of 40% of x = 20/100 * 40/100 * 100) % of x = 8 % of x.

**3.Of the 1000 inhabitants of a town, 60 % are males of whom 120 % are literate. If, of all the inhabitants, 25% are literate, then what percent of the females of the town are literate ?**

**32.5 %****43 %****46.6 %****53.2 %**

Solution:- A

Number of males = 60% of 1000 = 600. Number of females = (1000 - 600) = 400.

Number of literates = 25% of 1000 = 250.

Number of literate males = 20% of 600 = 120.

Number of literate females = (250 - 120) = 130.

Required pecentage = (130/400 * 100 ) % = 32.5 %.

**Q4.In an examination, 34% of the students failed in Mathematics and 42% faiied in English. If 20% of the students failed in both the subjects, then the percentage of students who passed in both the subjects was :**

**34 %****44 %****54 %****64 %**

Solution:- B

n (A) = 34, n (B) = 42, n (A ∩ B) = 20.

So, n (A U B) = n (A) + n(B) - n(A ∩B) = 34 + 42 - 20 = 56.

Percentage failed in either or both the subjects = 56.

Hence, percentage passed = (100 - 66)% = 44%.

**Q5.A can finish a piece of work in 5 days. B can do it in 10 days. They work together for two days and then A goes away. In how many days will B finish the work? **

**5 days****6 days****8 days****4 days**

Solution:- 2/5 + (2 + x)/10 = 1 => x = 4 days

**Q6. X can do a piece of work in 40 days. He works at it for 8 days and then Y finished it in 16 days. How long will they together take to complete the work? **

**15 days****20 days****26 days****13 1/3 days**

Solution:- D

**Q7. A alone can do a piece of work in 6 days and B alone in 8 days. A and B undertook to do it for Rs. 3200. With the help of C, they completed the work in 3 days. How much is to be paid to C? **

**Rs. 375****Rs. 600****Rs. 800****Rs. 400**

Solution:- B

C's 1 day's work = 1/3 - (1/6 + 1/8) = 1/3 - 7/24 = 1/24

A's wages : B's wages : C's wages

1/6 : 1/8 : 1/24 = 4:3:1

C's share = 1/8 * 3200 = Rs. 400

**Q8.The average of 50 numbers is 30. If two numbers, 35 and 40 are discarded, then the average of the remaining numbers is nearly:**

**28.32****29.68****28.78****29.27**

Solution:- Total sum of 48 numbers =(50×30)−(35+40)

=1500−75

=1425

Average =(142548)

= **29.68**

**Q9. The average score of a cricketer for ten matches is 38.9 runs. If the average for the first six matches is 42, then find the average for the last four matches.**

**33.25****33.5****34.25****35**

Solution:- C

**Q10. ake a profit of 20% by selling an article. What would be the profit percent if it were calculated on the selling price instead of the cost price? **

**10 %****20%****30%****16.67%****12.5%**

Solution:-D

Let CP = 100 then SP = 120. Profit % if it was calculated on SP will be

⇒ 20/120 × = 16.67%

### Mphasis Interview Experience

#### Interview Experiences

Hey there everyone! This is Ayush Kumar from Bhopal.

I am pursuing my B.E. from Oriental Institute of Science and Technology with Information Technology Stream. This article is about my experience of the placement drive of **Mphasis Ltd. for the profile of Associate Software Engineer** that took place in my college on 13th and 14th of October 2018.

Before I start, a big heartfelt thanks to **PrepInsta** for this opportunity.

Mphasis visted a total of three colleges in Bhopal. Namely: Oriental Group, TIT Group, and IES group in the span of 4 days starting with IES Group on 11th. They were only hiring from the batch of 2019. The selection of any student was based on his performance in the following four rounds:

1. Mphasis based test that had the following four sections:

- English proficiency covering grammar, comprehension, and word power.
- Quantitative aptitude.
- Logical reasoning.
- Technical questions.

2. SVAR test.

3. Technical Interview.

4. HR Interview.

Mphasis based test for those who have ever taken exam it needs no introduction. For those who haven’t it is an adaptive test that starts at a neutral level for all candidates but depending upon the answer: correct or incorrect, it asks a more difficult or less difficult question to the student. Maximum marks obtained can be 900 in any section. there is always a minimum number of questions that one has to attempt in a section or his score is evaluated as zero.

If a student attempts just the minimum number of questions and that too all wrong he still gets some marks, 100 to be precise.

Usually, allows a student to choose sections based on his/her stream but since this was a special test designed for Mphasis the sections were fixed. And, students were to answer IT/CSE technical questions, irrespective of his/her branch.

English section had two paragraph based questions, 3-4 para jumbles, and rest from grammar and vocabulary.

Since it is adaptive no one can really comment on the difficulty level but yes difficult questions carry more marks so try to get more answers correct.

Quantitative aptitude and Logical reasoning sections were pretty basic but again if you get correct answers one after another it might be of some trouble to you.

**Other than that it pretty mush covered most if the topics for which you can avail infinite amount of material on PrepInsta. **

So, you must go through them. Technical questions covered basic C programming code correction or code output prediction, Operating System questions and data structures. And, again goes without saying that the difficulty depends on you.

In my college, students appeared in groups of 80-90 students and 4 such groups took the test. From each group they shortlisted top 10 students to go for the next rounds.

Before going for our SVAR test we were briefed by the Company’s HR about the job profile and things that were expected from all of us like we can’t have preferences in location, shifts or even technology for that matter.

**SVAR Test**

SVAR test is an IVR based communication level evaluator. everyone was given a sheet of paper on which all the information and quest were printed. It consists of **6 sections**.

- The first section is to read out 12 sentences that are there on the paper.
- Third and fourth sections were to evaluate grammar and vocabulary.
- Fifth section was to answer the questions asked by the system based on the conversation first read out by the system.

It is a fairly long paragraph and questions were tricky. It tries to confuse you for simple answers.

Last section was to speak on the randomly given topic for 45 seconds. Preparation time is 20 seconds. Topics were pretty basic like ‘Describe a school scene’, Describe a traffic scene, etc. Result for this section was declared almost instantly. Maximum marks is 90 and passing is 58. After these two rounds 38 students were shortlisted for the further rounds of interview.

**Technical Interview**

There were two panels consisting of single interviewers. And, they had major difference in their styles of interviewing. In one, students were asked to write basic programs like pattern printing, prime number, fibbonacci, etc. And, in most cases 5-6 programs were asked. While the other panel questioning was done from C,C++. Out of which Pointer seemed to be a favorite topic and Dangling pointer the most asked question almost everyone. Questions asked to me:

- Tell me something about yourself that is not in the resume.
- Which language do you know?
- What is the difference between C and C++?
- What is pointer?
- Why pointer?
- Types of pointer.
- Dangling pointer.

Project description. After this round merely 23 students were left for the final round of HR Interview out of the 350+ students who appeared.

**HR Interview**

After three rounds of steep competition and grilling on all major bases we were told that the HR Interview would be a rather basic one covering the most common questions. But to be on the safe side we preferred gathering all the information about the company that we could.

- Introduce yourself.
- Cross questioning during introduction mostly from family details and project.
- Strengths and Weaknesses.

After HR round 21 students were finally selected.

### Mphasis Aptitude Topics Analytics 2019

#### LCM & HCF

No Of Questions: 0 -2

Time - 45sec

Diffculty Level - Medium

Importance - Moderate

#### Divisibility

No Of Questions: 1-2

Time - 55sec

Difficulty Level - Medium

Importance - Easy -Medium

#### Numbers, decimal fractions and power

No Of Questions: 2-3

Time - 45sec

Difficulty Level - Moderate

Importance - High

#### Profit and Loss

No Of Questions: 0 -2

Time - 55sec - 1min

Difficulty Level - Medium

Importance -Moderate

#### Simple and Compound Interest

No Of Questions: 2-3

Time - 30sec - 1min

Difficulty Level -Easy

Importance -Easy - High

#### Time, Speed and Distance

No Of Questions: 1-2

Time - 56sec -1min45sec

Difficulty Level - Medium

Importance - Easy - High

#### Inverse

No Of Questions: 1-2

Time - 30sec - 1min

Difficulty Level - Easy-Medium

Importance - Medium

#### Logarithms

No Of Questions: 0 -2

Time - 40sec - 1min30sec

Difficulty Level - Easy-Medium

Importance - Easy - High

#### Permutation and Combinations

No Of Questions: 1-2

Time - 30sec - 1min

Diffculty Level - Medium

Importance - Moderate

#### Probability

No Of Questions: 2-3

Time - 30sec - 1min

Difficulty Level - Medium

Importance - Easy

#### Percentages

No Of Questions: 1-2

Time - 30sec - 1min

Difficulty Level - Easy-Medium

Importance - Medium

#### Time & Work

No Of Questions: 0 -2

Time - 40sec - 1min30sec

Difficulty Level - Easy-Medium

Importance - Easy - High

#### Clock & Calendar

No Of Questions: 1-2

Time - 56sec -1min45sec

Difficulty Level - Medium

Importance - Easy - High

#### Pipes & Cistern

No Of Questions: 2-3

Time - 30sec - 1min

Difficulty Level -Easy

Importance -Easy - High

#### Geometry & Coordinate Geometry

No Of Questions: 0 -2

Time - 40sec - 1min30sec

Difficulty Level - Easy-Medium

Importance - Easy - High

#### Allegation & Mixtures

No Of Questions: 2-3

Time - 30sec - 1min

Difficulty Level -Easy

Importance -Easy - High

#### Area, Shape & Perimeter

No Of Questions: 1-2

Time - 56sec -1min45sec

Difficulty Level - Medium

Importance - Easy - High

#### Ratio & proportion

No Of Questions: 2-3

Time - 30sec - 1min

Difficulty Level -Easy

Importance -Easy - High

#### Problem on Ages

Time - 40sec - 1min30sec

Difficulty Level - Easy-Medium

Importance - Easy - High

#### Overall Analytics

Total Number of Questions: 15

Time:-25

Suggested time to solve:- 50sec - 1min 30sec

Importance:- Medium

Difficulty Level:- Moderate

#### Quants

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Difffculty

Importance

### MPHASIS APTITUDE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FOR FRESHERS BASED FAQ’S

#### Ques. What is the level of Difficulty of Mphasis Aptitude Questions and Answers for Freshers?

Ans. For Mphasis Aptitude Questions and Answers for Freshers the level of difficulty is medium but the most important thing is time hardly a few people are able to solve the section within a given time for Mphasis Aptitude Test Questions.

#### Ques. In how many days can one prepare for Mphasis Aptitude Test Papers and score a good percentile?

Mphasis Aptitude Test Papers are easy but timing is the issue so main focus should be to reduce time to solve questions, for which considerable time is needed to practice and improve timing we will suggest about two weeks to be the minimum time for preparation for Mphasis Aptitude Test Questions.

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