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Sheet1 Page 1 Hi to all Friends , i got job in infosys.First of all i would like to thank all the members of the group for the support they have given me in achieving the success. The Following are the sure ways of getting into Infosys. 1. Books 1.Puzzle books by Shakuntala Devi(Puzzles to puzzle you + More puzzles) 2.George Summers 3.Ravi Narula(Brain Teasers) 4.Barrons GRE or Arco's or Peterson's or Kaplan or ETS test's Better to ask GRE Guys
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Unformatted text preview: Thorough prep req for all puzzle books. That's you should know each and every problem. For Analytical Q's from Diagnostic Test, Chapter Probs, and all Questions in 5 Model Tests. You should have solved all the above problems a Be more careful with problems involving complex Venn-Diags having knowledge of each and every problem will surely suffice. I had only 1 week time. Main thing is how inspired you are...
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