Flextronics Test Pattern and Syllabus

Flextronics Test Pattern

Dear readers, we have provided Flextronics test pattern, syllabus, and selection process for your reference. Test pattern and syllabus are the two important things that each job aspirant should know before attending the interview of any company. If know the written test pattern and syllabus, you can easily crack the online test or written test with ease. One more important thing is, knowing Flextronics Syllabus and the test pattern is not enough 🙂 You should practice and prepare well to crack any interview.

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Flextronics Test Pattern:

Testing Areas Number of Questions
Supply Chain Management 20
Verbal 20
Logical Reasoning 20
Total 60

Flextronics Written Test Syllabus:

Logical Reasoning:

This section consists of questions from topics such as seating arrangement,word rearrangement , Age problems and Puzzles.

Verbal Ability:

This section consists of questions from topic such as Antonyms, Synonyms, Fill in the blanks and Reading Comprehensions.

You can also see: Flextronics Placement Papers & Flextronics Interview Experience

Flextronics Selection Process:

  • Aptitude written test online
  • Technical interview
  • HR interview

Flextronics Company Profile:

Flex (also known as Flextronics International Ltd. or Flextronics) is an American international supply chain solutions company that offers design, manufacturing, distribution and aftermarket services to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). It is headquartered in Singapore. It is the second largest global electronics manufacturing services (EMS), original design manufacturer (ODM) company by revenue, behind only Taiwan’s Foxconn.

Flex has manufacturing operations in over 40 countries, totaling approximately 27.2 million square feet and 200,000 employees

In 1969, the company was founded in Silicon Valley as Flextronics, Inc. by Joe McKenzie. In 1980, the company was sold to Bob Todd, Joe Sullivan and Jack Watts. In 1981, Flextronics became a publicly held company.

In 1990, the company returned to being a private company in a leveraged buyout and was renamed as Flextronics International, Ltd. with Singapore as its new base. In 1993, the company received venture capital funding through Sequoia Capital,and became a public held company again in 1994. The company closed its contract electronic manufacturing plant in Richardson, Texas in 1996. The company acquired two companies in Hong Kong, Astron Group and FICO Plastics Ltd. and a Swedish-based company, Ericsson Business Networks. In 2000, the company ranked third on “100 Best-Managed Companies” by IndustryWeek. In 2005, the company purchased the manufacturing division of Nortel Networks, and Solectron in 2007. In 2006 Flextronics took over a part of the production of Lego, but in 2009 Lego decided to end relations with Flextronics and purchase the production facilities in Mexico and Hungary. On June 4, 2007, Flextronics offered to purchase Solectron for US$3.6 billion and thus making Solectron a subsidiary of Flextronics. The acquisition of Solectron was completed by end of October 2007, earlier than anticipated.

Company Name Flextronics
Founded On 1969
Founders or Key people Mike McNamara, CEO
Industry Electronics manufacturing services and
Original design manufacturer – ODM
No. of Employees
Headquarters Singapore

Note: We have provided Flextronics Test Pattern and Written Exam Syllabus based on their previous written tests. However companies may change their pattern and syllabus at any time. We will try to keep this page updated with latest test pattern of Flextronics. Sometimes companies conduct written tests through third party service providers such as AMCAT and eLitmus. So in such scenarios you need to prepare based on amcat syllabus and elitmus syllabus respectively.

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