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Sumit Sharma

Dear Sumit Sharma, AMCAT ID:10011346327551

Thanks for appearing for AMCAT on 10 February 2011. This letter will help you understand your performance
in AMCAT and identify your strengths and weaknesses in different modules. At the same time, we shall
highlight your strengths to various companies on our panel. Many IT and non-IT companies have hired and
continue to hire AMCATites.

The AMCAT score is not equal to the number of questions answered correctly as is the case in any other
test. Since the test is adaptive, it automatically becomes easy or tough according to your performance in
questions. The score is calculated by an advanced statistical engine, which takes into consideration
questions difficulty, discrimination, guess probability, time to attempt a question and several other factors.


Number of
Overall College
Module Questions Score Grade
Percentile Percentile
English 25 305 C 5.9% 1.9%
Quantitative Ability(Technical) 25 525 B 57.9% 62.9%
Computer Fundamentals 24 465 B 39% 13%
Computer Programming - -2 - NA NA
Electronics & Semiconductor 24 300 B NA 50.7%
Logical Ability 24 455 B 35.9% 48.4%

• Overall percentile is your percentile amongst all the candidates tested by us nationally till now. If your
overall percentile for a module is NA, it means we do not calculate percentile for that module
• If your reported score is -1, it means you attempted less than the minimum number of questions in that
section. In such a case no score is reported. A score of -2 means you did not attempt the module. NA:
Not Available
• Grade Information: grade tells you where you stand amongst all the people who have taken AMCAT till
A. First 30%
B. Second 30%
C. Last 40%


Our Performance Chakra provides you with a bird's-eye view of your performance in different sections of
modules you have attempted. The three levels indicate your performance as poor, average or good.

If a module is not colored, it means that either you have not attempted sufficient number of questions in that
module or you have not taken or attempted that module.


In this section we analyze your performance in each module you have taken and guide you on how to
improve your performance in it.


Your performance in English is not satisfactory. According to our analysis, you severely lack in English skills.
Good English language skills go a long way to uplifting one’s career. Best way to learn English is to practice
speaking, reading and writing a lot. You should read and communicate in English in order to excel. Next time
you decide to chat with your friends, make sure it is in English. Also, going through a basic book on English
grammar and vocabulary would help you a lot. It is entirely possible to be a master in English. You just need
to have faith and work hard!

Tips / Suggestions for You

• We suggest that you use a dictionary and a thesaurus extensively.
• Observe what common errors are made in English and try to avoid them.
• Read a newspaper regularly and some good magazines like India Today, Outlook, etc. After reading the
articles, try to write main points of the articles in order to check your understanding.


Your performance in Quantitative Ability is satisfactory. According to our analysis, you have mathematical
bend of mind. Your basic concepts are clear in all relevant areas of Quantitative Ability. However you need to
practice questions in each topic to reach the top. You do have the potential to excel. You just require some
determination and hard work. All the best!

Tips / Suggestions for You

• You should practice quantitative ability questions under time constraint. This will also increase your
• Always first try to solve the problem yourself. Do not look into the solution directly.


Your performance in Computer Fundamentals is not upto the mark. According to our analysis, you have good
understanding of computer basics. Make sure you keep yourself abreast to the changes happing in the fast
moving world of computers.

Tips / Suggestions for You

• You have not been using computers enough. You should spend more time working on Windows and
trying various things on it.
• Use the computer to do more tasks such as word processing, making presentations, reading PDFs,
using email to communicate and surfing the Internet.

Since you have not taken this module, we cannot comment.


You need to put a lot of effort to improve your Electronics and Semiconductor skills. Our analysis says that
your knowledge of combinational logic is good. But you need to improve your sequential logic, circuit analysis
and design in order to score good in this section. Good luck!

Tips / Suggestions for You

• Learn active circuit concepts from scratch. Study concepts of BJT, MOSFETs and Op-Amps.
• You need to concentrate on understanding Kirchoff's law and its application to solving circuits. Also
develop an understanding of how to analyze circuits in frequency domain using Laplace transform.
'Network Analysis' by Van Valkenburg is a good book to learn this. Remember, just reading will not help,
you will have to practice solving questions!


Your performance in Logical Ability is not upto the mark. According to our analysis, your deductive reasoning
skills are good. Deductive reasoning means ability to deduce relationships and information from a set of
statements. You need to work hard on your inductive reasoning skills, that is ability to spot patterns and make
generalizations. You also need to work hard on questions where you have to make an inference (or decipher
underlying assumption) based on a set of statements. A good way to tackle such questions is to draw
symbols representing entities in the questions and then checking for relationships. Once you have the whole
problem laid out on the paper using symbols, solving questions becomes quite easy. We are sure if you work
hard, you would achieve a good score in this section.

Tips / Suggestions for You

• The only way to get better at inductive reasoning section is to practice lots of questions. So, pick up a
standard logical reasoning book and start practicing.
• Try to use a mind map to map out different entities in the problem.
• Abductive reasoning refers to being able to infer a course of action, derive a conclusion, infer underlying
assumptions, etc. to a given set of statements. These questions test your ability to take decisions based
on information in a real-world scenario. You should read analytical/business magazines and
newspapers to improve your abductive reasoning.


We suggest you following books / links to help you improve in your weak areas. The references are custom
generated for you according to your performance in AMCAT.

Subjects Books/Links
- The Free Dictionary - http://www.thefreedictionary.com
- Word Power Made Easy by Normal Lewis
- Common Errors in English - http://www.wsu.edu/~brians/errors/
Grammar - Grammar Games - http://www.manythings.org/e/grammar.html
- High School English Grammar and Composition by Wren and Martin
- The Hindu Newspaper - http://www.hinduonnet.com/
- Reading Comprehension Tips and Techniques -
- Reading Strategies - http://tinyurl.com/strategy2read
Sequential Logic - MIT’s Computation Structures - http://tinyurl.com/cs-logic
Circuit Analysis - MIT’s Circuits and Electronics - http://tinyurl.com/cir-elect

- An Application of Inductive Reasoning: Number Patterns -
Inductive Reasoning http://tinyurl.com/ind-reasoning
- Reasoning Skills - http://tinyurl.com/rsng-skill
- Wikipedia article on Abductive Reasoning -
Abductive Reasoning http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abductive_reasoning
- Abductive Inference - http://tinyurl.com/abd-reasoning


This section tells you about how you have spent the allotted time in taking AMCAT. The graph below gives
you an idea about your speed in attempting the questions in different modules. We compare your speed with
general population and tell you whether you were faster (upward facing bar) or slower (downward facing bar)
or normal (no bar) at attempting questions.

As compared to general population, you were quite fast in attempting questions in Electronics &


Based on your performance, we suggest how much time approximately you need to spend on studying a
particular section of a module in a week. The bar graph shows the time you need to devote to each topic in a
section, while the pie chart suggests how you should divide your time across different sections.

We cannot comment for modules with scores 0, -1 or -2


Our advance job matching engine provides you with a list of job profiles and your chances of getting selected
for those profiles.

Your chance
of selection
Job profile Job profile criteria and areas to work on for improving your chances
for these job
These companies are basically looking for good English and Logical skills
IT Services Low with average Quantitative ability. You have to work hard in English,
Quantitative Ability and Logical Ability.
These companies are basically looking for good English, Programming,
IT Products Logical and Quantitative abilities. Since you have not attempted Computer
Programming section, therefore we cannot comment.
These companies look for candidates having good knowledge of Electronics
Electronics & and Semiconductors with good English, Logical and Quantitative abilites.
Semiconductor You have to work hard in English, Quantitative Ability, Logical Ability and
Electronics & Semiconductor.
These companies look for candidates proficient in English with good Logical
ITeS Low
abilities. You have to work hard in English.
These companies are basically looking for candidates with good English
H/W & N/W Low and average Logical and Quantitative abilities. You have to work hard in
English and Logical Ability.
These companies look for candidates having basic knowledge of English
KPO Low and good Quantitative and Reasoning abilities. You have to work hard in
English and Logical Ability.


This graph shows you the minimum cut-off for every job profile (marked with lines) in each module and your
score, which is represented by a dot. You can compare different job profiles cutoffs with your score to get an
idea about which profile are you eligible for.


We hope this feedback report was of great help in knowing and understanding your performance in different
modules and your weak areas. We are sure the tips, references, suggested time schedule listed in the report
help you. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to mail us at feedback@aspiringminds.in

Thanking you
Aspiring Minds Representative