eLitmus Syllabus | Fresher Aptitude Test (PH Test ) Exam Pattern

eLitmus Syllabus 2020

eLitmus Syllabus – eLitmus PH Test is one of the popular exams among freshers who are seeking jobs in the field of IT industry. In this post, you will find the eLitmus Exam Pattern, syllabus, exam fee, registration process, and exam dates. It is very important to get a good percentile to get interview calls from big multinational companies. And nowadays many MNC’s are associated with eLitmus and hiring through eLitmus as well as AMCAT Test. So appear for both the exams which will increase your chances of employment. Before you take the exam, know the syllabus well and practice well. So that you can get a good percentile.

pH Test or Hiring Potential Test is an assessment exam conducted by eLitmus. Companies use pH Tests as a criterion for hiring employees. The test consists of three parts- the Quantitative section, the Verbal section, and the Reasoning section. Results are declared in two formats: percentile score and total score. Companies call test-takers for an interview on the basis of pH score and their own criteria.

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How to prepare for the eLitmus Potential Test (pH Test)?

Here are the effective preparation tips to crack the eLitmus pH Test.

  • Find eLitmus exam dates and exam centers list.
  • Find eLitmus syllabus for your branch (CSE, ECE, EEE, it, mechanical, civil, etc.)
  • Collect sample eLitmus papers or previous year question papers.

eLitmus Written Test Exam Pattern 2020

Exam Pattern will consist of 3 Subjects. Candidates who are going to appear for the eLitmus Exam can refer below Exam Pattern. There will be negative marks in eLitmus as given below.

S.No Subjects Questions (Approx.) Marks
1 Quantitative Aptitude 20 200
2 Reasoning 20 200
3 Verbal Ability 20 200
Total 60 600

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eLitmus PH Test Negative Marking Scheme

In eLitmus, every wrong answer carries negative marking and reduced as listed below. This will be helpful for the candidates to attempt the exam. Let’s read the exam preparation tips for winning the eLitmus Fresher Aptitude Test (pH test) 2020.

S.No  % of Wrongly Answered Questions Marks Reduced
1 More than 25% questions wrong 1/2 mark will be reduced for each wrong answer
2 More than 1/4th of total questions wrong Negative marking will be there

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eLitmus Syllabus 2020 for CSE/ECE/EEE Freshers

1) Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus 2020: 20 Questions

  • Geometry
  • Speed, Time and Distance
  • Time and Work
  • Number System
  • Probability
  • Permutation and Combinations
  • Few Miscellaneous Questions

2) Reasoning Syllabus 2020: 20 Questions

All India Jobs provides you the syllabus of Reasoning. Practice the below provided chapters. So that you can easily crack the exam.

  • Seating Arrangement
  • Tabular Data
  • Cryptarithmetic Questions
  • Data Sufficiency questions

3) Verbal Ability Syllabus 2020: 20 Questions

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Jumbled Paragraph Questions
  • Vocabulary Based Questions
  • Fill in Blanks
  • Miscellaneous Questions

Elitmus Test Locations

  • Bangalore
  • Chennai
  • Delhi
  • Hyderabad
  • Kolkata
  • Pune
  • Cochin
  • Chandigarh
  • Mumbai
  • Madhurai
  • Bhopal
  • Lucknow
  • Mangalore

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 Elitmus Score marks vs Percentile

eLitmus Syllabus 2018-2019

A Brief About eLitmus

eLitmus Evaluation Private Limited is an Indian company that helps companies in hiring employees for entry-level jobs. It was founded in the year 2005 by former employees of Infosys. Some of the Fortune 500 companies hire their employees through the pH test conducted by eLitmus.
The company was founded on 28 March 2005 by the former employees of Infosys. and was promoted by IT recruitment firm Browse Consulting India Pvt Ltd. In its first year of operation, 53 companies, including Fortune 500 companies such as Dell and General Electric hired through pH Test.

What is pH Test?

pH Test is an aptitude test. It is a pen & paper test and no longer administered online. The test is designed to be completed in two hours, and often has three sections – quantitative, verbal and analytical – but there could be changes in this structure from time to time, as our testing experts continually fine-tune and evolve the test, in their constant effort to draw the best measure of your true ability. Each section currently has twenty questions making it a total of sixty questions. The maximum marks are 600.

The questions in each section are objective in nature with multiple choices and are categorized into several levels of difficulty. Your final score will reflect not only the number of questions that you have answered correctly, but also their difficulty level, and on how your peers have fared on the same questions.

The test measures a broad range of skills that you have gained throughout your education. It does not test your proficiency in any specific area or subject. It presumes only a familiarity with high school level mathematics and some proficiency in essential English language skills. All required formulae are provided in the question paper.

The test uses a unique handicap based negative marking approach. You are encouraged to read sections pertaining to pH Test, Why evaluations fail and pH Test Demystified.

Absolute scores, as well as percentile scores, are provided to each candidate.

All the best for your PH test.

Also Check >> AMCAT Syllabus 2018 – Question Paper Pattern

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  • Rahul Choudhary:

    Show the answerkey of 2/2018

  • Prashanthrao:

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