Accenture Test Pattern (online), Eligibility Criteria and Syllabus 2019

Accenture online test pattern, eligibility criteria and syllabus for Accenture test 2019 are given here. Accenture test pattern for both on-campus and off-campus recruitment is discussed.

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Accenture Test Pattern – On Campus

The first round of the Accenture recruitment process is an online test. This test is conducted using various platforms like Amcat, MeritTrac, Wheebox, and Cocubes. Accenture has recently (2018) started using Wheebox for its online test. Accenture online test pattern via Wheebox is given below.

Wheebox Accenture Test Pattern 2018

SectionsNumber of questionsTime duration
Total6060 mins
Quantitative Aptitude2020 mins
Verbal Ability2020 mins
Logical Reasoning2020 mins

MeritTrac Accenture Test Pattern 2018

SectionsNumber of questionsTime duration
Total5555 mins
Logical Reasoning2020 mins
Verbal Ability2020 mins
Attention to detail1515 mins

Some important things you need to know about Accenture online test pattern 2018

  • There is no negative marking in Accenture online test.
  • If Accenture conducts its online test using Meritrac platform, then you will have the option to skip or answer a question later.
  • There is sectional cutoff and hence you need to concentrate on all three sections.

For Complete Accenture recruitment process – check here


Accenture syllabus – On campus

The syllabus for Accenture test is given below. The syllabus has been taken based on the questions that appeared in recent and previous year Accenture placement papers.

Accenture syllabus for Quantitative Aptitude section is as below.

  • Time Speed & Distance
  • Probability
  • Number Series
  • Time & Work
  • Profit & Loss
  • Averages
  • Mixtures & Allegations
  • Ratio & Proportion
  • Permutations & Combinations

Accenture syllabus for Verbal Ability section is given below.

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Synonyms and Antonyms
  • Sentence Correction and completion
  • Para-jumbles

Accenture syllabus for Logical Reasoning section is given below.

  • Syllogisms
  • Coding & Decoding
  • Critical Reasoning
  • Data Sufficiency
  • Blood Relations

There is no defined syllabus. Questions will be asked based on simple mathematical operations or will involve visual attention.


Accenture Test Pattern – Off Campus

The test pattern for Accenture off campus drive 2018 is given below. Accenture recruits mostly through Amcat. Hence Amcat Accenture Pattern 2018 is given below.

SectionsNumber of questionsTime duration
Total7495 mins
Quantitative Aptitude2535 mins
Verbal Ability2525 mins
Logical Reasoning2435 mins
  • Accenture test pattern via Amcat has no negative marking.
  • You cannot skip a question. You need to answer the current question in order to go to the next one.
  • The difficulty level of the questions varies depending on your answer to the previous question.


Accenture syllabus – Off Campus

The syllabus for Accenture online test via Amcat is given below. These topics will give you a clear idea on what to focus to crack the drive.

Accenture syllabus for Quantitative aptitude section is given below.

  • Divisibility
  • HCF and LCM
  • Numbers
  • Profit and Loss
  • Simple and Compound Interest
  • Time, Speed and Distance
  • Logarithms
  • Permutation and Combinations
  • Probability

Accenture syllabus for Verbal ability section is given below.

Contextual Vocabulary
Error Identification
Sentence Improvement and Construction
Reading Comprehension

Accenture syllabus for logical reasoning section is as follows.

  • Coding deductive logic
  • Data Sufficiency, Directional Sense, Logical Word Sequence
  • Objective Reasoning
  • Selection decision tables
  • Puzzles
  • Coding pattern and Number series pattern recognition
  • Analogy and Classification pattern recognition
  • Logical word sequence
  • Data sufficiency

Accenture Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria to attend Accenture online test is as given below. The candidates should fulfill the following Eligibility Criteria:
  • The candidate should have a full-time Bachelors or Master’s Degree (B.E, B.Tech, B.Com, BBA, B.Sc., M.Tech, M.E, MBA, etc.) from a recognized university.
  • The candidate should have a minimum of 60% throughout their academics (10th and 12th standard, under-graduation, and post-graduation).
  • The candidate should not have a year gap of more than one year.
  • The candidate should not have any backlogs at the time of application.

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