eLitmus exam details | eLitmus pH test information | elitmus exam pattern
In our previous posts we wrote about the syllabus of eLitmus pH test and also the recommended books for eLitmus pH test.
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In today’s post we will share all the information about eLitmus.
Who are eligible for the pH test?
There is 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.
What is the pH test fee?
The pH test fee is at present Rs. 920/-.
For every job, the eLitmus AI engine assigns a rank to each student based on the preferences of and the job profile set by companies. So it is possible that you might be ranked higher than your friend in company “A” but in company “B” your friend is ranked higher despite having a lower score.
This could be because Company A is engaged in R&D and hence gives higher weightage to individuals who have solved questions related to the following skills – out of box thinking, algorithmic thinking, simplification, relational thinking, encapsulation and abstraction. Company B might be engaged in providing software services work or QA work. And hence will give higher weightage to individuals who have solved questions related to the following skills – methodical approach, eye for detail, perseverance, patience etc.
1) Xth, XIIth, Graduation/Post graduation marksheets (Final year students need to carry the marks sheets available till date).
2) Government issued Photo identity card (like Driving license, passport, Voter Id card etc).
3) eLitmus Admit Card with photo pasted.
Let us assume, Ram has scored 80th percentile in in one of the sections. It means 80% of pH test takers have scored less than him and 20% people more than him in that particular section. Say there are 100000 test takers in an year. So 20% of candidates that is 20,000 in all are above Ram.