In the engineering student life, the easiest and/or the terrible part of the placement drive is the multiple choice questions round.
Why it is so easy?
Because it is the easiest part that you can finish within few minutes. If you are really talented it may take some time to think and complete or else if you don’t have any idea of that particular subject you could surely complete it within few minutes(by using inky-pinky method).
How the college students can cross this part with ease?
The preparation for this part should begin in the 1st year of your college days. When you go for technical symposium’s, in most of the colleges they will conduct an event called code debugging.
It is the most interesting event where most of the students feared to attend. Once you attend this event you may have an idea of syntactic error and debugging. These events are the base for your technical multiple choice questions.
If you don’t have any idea over this event no problem, you have lots of websites to prepare for technical MCQs. Here I have listed some of the best websites where you can refer for your preparation.
Self Assessment in GUVI
If you have gone through all these websites, then you can have a self-assessment test in GUVI, which will help you to know about your level of technical skills.
Here I have listed few points which may help you to know how about how this self-assessment will help you to get placed in any product based company?
- Once you have completed your self-assessment you would have an idea of how to attend multiple choice questions.
- The score you obtained in your test can be viewed in GUVI’s profile.
- This profile can be seen by anyone, if once you have shortlisted for any company’s interview through GUVI, then there may be a chance of viewing your GUVI’s profile by the recruiters.
- It will be an added value to catch the eye of your recruiters to know about your technical skills.