eLitmus
eLitmus

The syllabus for eLitmus exam pattern is given below. Please keep the below points in mind, before you attend the eLitmus exam.

  • There is negative marking in eLitmus exam.
  • elitmus exam score is valid for 2 years
  • Candidate should wisely allocate time among the three sections based on his/her proficiency in order to ace the exam.

 

eLitmus Syllabus

Below is the detailed eLitmus syllabus for eLitmus pH test. You need to practice each topic given in eLitmus syllabus, to score a good percentile in the test.

Quantitative Ability eLitmus Syllabus

Below is the eLitmus syllabus for quantitative ability sections. You need to answer 5-8 questions from this section to score a good percentile.

  • Geometry
  • Speed, Time and Distance
  • Mensuration
  • Time and Work
  • Number System
  • Probability
  • Permutation and Combinations
  • Few Miscellaneous Questions on topics like Progressions, Algebra etc.

Logical Reasoning & Problem-Solving eLitmus Syllabus

Below is the eLitmus syllabus for quantitative ability sections. You need to answer 5-8 questions from this section to score a good percentile.

  • Cryptarithmetic
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Data Interpretation
  • Data Sufficiency

Verbal Ability eLitmus Syllabus

Below is the eLitmus syllabus for the verbal ability section. You need to answer 10-14 questions from this section to score a good percentile.

  • Reading Comprehension 
  • Para Jumbles
  • Sentence completion based on vocabular
  • Sentence completion based on subject-verb agreement
  • Miscellaneous questions related to grammar 

Scoring Pattern (Negative Marking) for Elitmus

eLitmus follows a scoring method called the ‘Handicap Based Negative Marking’. Negative marking is done based on

  • The number of questions attempted by the candidate
  • The accuracy of wrong answers

Based on the number of questions attempted – For example, a student who gets 4 wrong answers out of 30 attempts is penalised higher for each wrong answers compared to a student who gets 4 wrong answers out of 40 attempts.

Based on the accuracy of wrong answers – Every question has close wrong answers and irrelevant wrong answers. For example, a question like “What is the capital of India?” could have choices as Delhi, New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore. A person marking Delhi as an answer is treated differently as compared to a person marking Mumbai or Bangalore.

eLitmus Eligibility Criteria

Age limit: No limit (anyone can take).

Educational Qualification: BE/B.Tech, MCA, ME/Mtech or M.Sc (CS/IT/Electronics)  (An undergraduate major in the subject)

ID Requirement: Government-issued ID (like Driving license, passport, Voter Id card etc). Printout of eAadhar is not accepted.

Documents Requirement: Xth, XIIth, Graduation/Post graduation mark sheets (Final year students need to carry the marks sheets available till date).

Other essentials: eLitmus Admit Card with photo pasted

Any other eligibility criteria: No specific eligibility criteria

eLitmus Exam Pattern

The sections included in eLitmus exam pattern are:

  • Quantitative Ability (20 questions)
  • Logical Reasoning and Problem Solving (20 questions)
  • Verbal Ability (20 questions)

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