TCS conducts a three-stage selection process while selecting candidates through campus placements. Among them, the first stage is the Aptitude Test section which is an eliminatory round and consists of a written test as well as a Coding Test. The written test consists of questions on Quantitative Ability and Logical Reasoning. There are typically around 20 questions and about 40-45 minutes are given to solve them.
The logical reasoning section of the test checks the reasoning skills of a candidate and how well he is able to understand the question and think logically in the correct direction to solve it. To practice more questions and in a structured manner, a candidate should prepare for topics. There are 10-25 questions that need to be attempted in the given times. Important topics include Series, Missing Numbers, Odd one out, Data Sufficiency, Assumptions and Conclusions, Puzzles, etc.
- Series: Missing Numbers, Odd One Out
- Data Sufficiency
- Assumptions and Conclusions, Courses of Action