eLitmus Test 2020- Syllabus | Exam Pattern | Important Tips & Tricks
Updated: Apr 19
eLitmus is a national level assessment for all those out there looking out for entry-level engineering jobs. E-litmus is India's largest fresher evaluation and recruitment body and It owns the IP for pH test, the most researched analytical and algorithmic thinking test.
The candidate who appears for eLitmus can use the score to apply to all participating companies for a period of 2 years. The pH test score has helped over 210 companies across multiple industries such as Automobile, IT/Software and Construction, to recruit capable candidates from across India.
eLitmus pH Test:
The pH test is a national level test. The pH test score is in the form of percentile which helps candidates benchmark themselves against the national talent pool.
The candidates can also use the score to apply to all participating companies for a period of 2 years. The pH test score has helped over 210 companies across multiple industries such as Automobile, IT/Software and Construction, to recruit capable candidates from across India.
Eligibility for pH test:
There are no eligibility criteria as such to take up the pH test. Currently, only candidates having/pursuing a degree in BE/B. Tech, MCA, ME/M. Tech or M.Sc(CS/IT) will benefit from the pH test.
eLitmus important Information:
· Registration Link: https://www.elitmus.com/register
· Cost of exam: 850+GST/-
· Average Package: 4-6LPA
· Duration of exam: 120 minutes
· Total Marks: 600
· Total Questions: 60
· Total Section - 3
· Negative Marking: Yes
· Score Card Validity: 2 years
List of Companies Recruit through eLitmus
· HCL Technologies
· Seagate and many more
you can see the list of companies currently recruiting through eLitmus https://www.elitmus.com/jobs/
eLitmus Test Syllabus | Exam Pattern:
In eLitmus paper, there will be three sections & each section contains 20 questions
1. Quantitative Aptitude
2. Problem Solving and Reasoning
3. Verbal Ability
Section 1: Quantitative Aptitude
· Number System
· Time and Work
· Permutation & Combination
· Time, Speed and Distance
You will get around 12-16 questions from the above topic and 8-9 correct answers will fetch you to get 90-96 percentile. So first master on the above topics and then if you have more time then only pick another topic.
Section 2: Problem Solving and Reasoning
· Logical Reasoning
· Data Interpretation (Bar charts, pie charts & Line Graphs)
· Data Sufficiency Algebra & Arithmetic
· Data Sufficiency Geometry, Logic and Misc
Problem Solving and reasoning is the most difficult part of the eLitmus and u need to answer 5-7 out of 20 to get a good score(>90).
Section 3: Verbal
· Reading Comprehension
· Grammatical Errors based Questions
· Para Jumbles
· Sentence Completion
Verbal is the easiest part of the eLitmus and u need to answer 11-15 questions out of 20 to get a good score(>90).
The best way to prepare for eLitmus is trying to solve the previous year CAT(Common Admission Test) questions.
If you want to study in-depth than go for any standard CAT books & material.
Score vs Percentile
Previous eLitmus Sample Papers
To get previous year sample paper please refer below link