Mindtree Test Pattern and Mindtree Syllabus 2018 | FACE Prep

Mindtree has a reputation of being a problem-solving company that looks to provide apt solutions to business issues and consults them appropriately about their running and growth. Keeping in tune with that and being one of the growing companies in its domain, the Mindtree online test tests the candidates appropriately. Read further to know the MindTree Test Pattern. To know more about the MindTree recruitment process click here.

Mindtree Online Test Pattern and Syllabus

The MindTree online test consists of two sections. They are

Mindtree Aptitude Test Pattern

Like any recruitment test, the Mindtree online test syllabus includes an aptitude section that is made up of 3 sub-sections;

TopicTime GivenNo of Questions
Quantitative Aptitude35 minutes25
Logical Reasoning35 minutes24
Verbal Ability25 minutes25

Verbal Ability

The Verbal ability section in the Mindtree online test may include topics like;

  • Synonyms
  • Antonyms
  • Contextual Vocabulary
  • Error Identification
  • Sentence Improvement
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Critical Reasoning
  • Para Jumbles
  • Grammar
  • Verbal Analogy
  • Closet Test
  • Sentence Correction
  • Idioms and Phrases

Reading suitable articles/novels and practicing is a tried and tested method of ensuring confidence in this section. This section only serves to check your overall command over English. A good amount of practice is enough for any candidate to crack this section.

Quantitative Ability

The Quantitative ability section in the Mindtree online test may include topics like;

  • Divisibility Rules
  • Factorials
  • Factorisation
  • HCF and LCM
  • Remainders
  • Ratio, Proportion and Variation
  • Percentages
  • Profit, Loss, and Discount
  • Simple Interest and Compound Interest
  • Averages and Weighted Averages
  • Time, Speed and Distance
  • Time and Work
  • Geometry
  • Permutations and Combinations
  • Probability
  • Functions
  • Series and Progressions
  • Equations

Identifying and practicing your weak topics is key to crack this section of the Mindtree online test.

Logical Reasoning

The Logical reasoning section in the Mindtree online test may include topics like;

  • Data Sufficiency
  • Logical Word Sequence
  • Blood Relations
  • Coding Deductive Logic
  • Directional Sense
  • Objective Reasoning
  • Puzzle Solving
  • Pattern Recognition
  • Venn Diagrams
  • Cryptarithmetic
  • Assertion and Reason.

The logical reasoning section stands as a thorn in the path of many aspirants. Careful practice and the act of identifying the topic of a question so that you can apply your concepts is crucial in this section.

Mindtree Technical Test Pattern

With the increasing importance and difficulty that companies (Mindtree included) are nowadays placing on their technical tests, have a thorough knowledge and a good understanding of the theory and logic is essential to crack this section. Concepts tested in this section include(which is a coding test in an aspirant chosen language)

  • Syntax
  • Logic and Algorithms
  • Data Structures and Unions
  • File System
  • Operators
  • Database management systems
  • Networks and Connections

A good command over one’s programming logic is essential in cracking this section. Familiarising yourself with common questions and coding patterns is a method of preparation as well.

Mindtree Test Pattern – Sample Questions

Based on Mindtree test pattern, a few sample questions are given from each section. You can also practice section wise questions and answer. Check them here.

Mindtree Aptitude Sample Questions

The Aptitude section of the test includes three sections, in the following order and weightage;

TopicTime GivenNo of Questions
Quantitative Aptitude35 minutes25
Logical Reasoning35 minutes24
Verbal Ability25 minutes25

Take a look at a few sample questions below that may appear in the Mindtree online test;

1) A reduction of 20% in the price of wheat enables a person to purchase 12.5 kg more for Rs. 800. The original price of wheat per kg is:

  1. Rs. 16
  2. Rs. 18
  3. Rs. 20
  4. Rs. 14

Ans: a

Let the price of the wheat is X, the quantity of the wheat is Y.

So, the total amount is XY = 800 => Y = (800/X), because of the reduction of 20% in the price of wheat a person was able to purchase 12.5 kg more for Rs. 800 => (0.8X)(Y+12.5) = 800 = (Y+12.5) = (800/0.8X).

The difference between them is, (Y+12.5) – Y = (800/0.8X) – (800/X), On solving X = 16. So, the original price of the wheat, X is Rs 16.

2) Choose a suitable alternative for the underlined word in:

In spite scoring very high in the exam, Arun failed to secure admission in the college of his choice.

  1. Since
  2. Despite
  3. But
  4. Even
  5. No correction required

Ans: a

‘In spite of’; is the correct usage but there is no option mentioning it. ‘Despite’; is used without any proposition, which is a synonym of ‘inspite of’. The only difference between in spite of and despite is the ‘of’. For example: “Despite the pain in his leg he completed the marathon.” Or “In spite of the pain in his leg, he completed the marathon. They both mean the same.”

3) A lady meets a person in the market who is the wife of the brother of her husband. How is the lady related to the person?

  1. Nephew
  2. Sister-in-law
  3. Sister
  4. Cousin

Ans: b

Whenever we solve a blood relation problem, it is much easier if we start tracing the relation from the end of the statement. Starting from the word, ‘her husband’, we can trace it as her husband’s brother, who is none other than her brother in law and her brother-in-law’s wife is her sister in law. Therefore the answer is sister-in-law.

Mindtree Coding/Technical Sample Questions

The technical round usually contains two coding assignments, usually patterns or a logical series.

TopicTime GivenNo of Questions
Coding45 minutes2

Take a look at a sample programming question that may come in this round;

1) Print the first N odd numbers (N is entered by the user)
1 #include
2  int main()
3  {
4    int N;
5    scanf(“%d”, &N);
6    int num = 1;
7    while(num <= 2 * N)
8    {
9      if(num % 2 == 1)
10     {
11         printf(“%d “, num);
12     }
13     num = num + 1;
14   }
15   return 0;
16 }

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You can crack the Mindtree Online Test by having a simple yet thorough preparation. Work Hard!

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