Today we will discuss Zoho Aptitude Questions with answers and also Zoho Programming Questions. But, before discussing the questions we will make you know about Zoho Company. So,

## What is Zoho?

Zoho Corporation is a multinational company that is popular for making web-based products that are helpful in businesses. The whole package of an online office suite is popularly known as Zoho. The Zoho was founded by two co-founders named Sridhar Vembu and Tony Thomas in the year 1996. This company has its presence in seven locations and the Global headquarter is located in the city of Chennai. The corporate headquarters is located in California.

## Zoho Aptitude Questions

After searching a lot on google for Zoho Aptitude Questions with answers Finally, you come here. If you’ve aspired to get your dream job in Zoho then you should be prepared to crack the Zoho aptitude exam. You’re at the right place, here we will discuss the exam patterns and the previous year’s repeated questions with solutions.

## Zoho Eligibility Criteria

- Student must be graduated with B.Tech or BE degree.
- Their is no percentage criteria.
- Gap should not be greater than 1 year after 12th.
- Even if student have Backlog, All the stream are permissible.

## Zoho Aptitude Questions Test Pattern

To check the basic Mathematical skills, English ability, and Logical Reasoning of a student, the Zoho Recruitment process gets started with the written test. Therefore this article is designed in such a way that students will get an understanding of the exact Zoho Recruitment Process.

Generally, the Aptitude section has 25 Zoho Aptitude Questions. The student has to complete the whole section with a timestamp of 1.5 hours. If you already have a basic understanding of Zoho aptitude questions which are asked repeatedly every year then, you can easily attempt each and every question of the Test.

After the finishing of the first section, the question paper will be provided which is nothing but the second section has been started. So to get good marks in the second section, you have to learn the basic aptitude modules which are Math aptitude and reasoning questions. To ace this section you must be familiar with the School mathematics and Reasoning skills.

The third section consists of advanced programming concepts which are of 75 minutes respectively. Later we’ll cover all the concepts asked in the third section.

Different Sections | Time Allocated |
---|---|

Written Test | 1:30 Hours |

Technical Assessment Test | 1 Hour |

Advanced Programming Test | 1:15 Hour |

## Zoho Aptitude Questions Test Syllabus

### 1. Writing Section

- Algebra
- Number System
- Progression
- Averages
- Logarithms
- Time, Distance & Speed
- Height & Distance
- Proportion & Ratio
- Profit & Loss
- Mensuration & Geometry
- Data Sufficiency
- Probability
- Permutations & Combinations
- Simplification
- Simple & Compound Interest

### 2. Technical Assessment Section

- Coding Decoding
- Distances & Directions
- Ranking & Ordering
- Data Sufficiency
- Non-Verbal Reasoning
- Seating Arrangements.
- Puzzles
- Syllogisms
- Blood Relations
- Classification
- Logical Deductions
- Coded Inequalities
- Venn Diagrams

### 3. Computer Programming & Advanced Programming Test

**Computer Programming:**

- Strings
- Pointers
- Loops
- Matrix
- Nested & Complex Loops
- Dynamic Memory Allocation
- Control Flows

Total Questions: 10, Total Time: 1 Hour

**Advanced Programming:**

In this section, you’re expected to code in Java and C++ Programming languages. So focus on the following concepts:

- Modularity
- Quality
- Efficiency
- Boundary Test Cases

This section also consists of modules to create & design, some modules are:

- Booking
- Cancellation
- Chart Preparation
- Checking of Availability

Total Questions: 5-8, Total Time: 1:15 Hour

## Zoho Aptitude Questions With Answers

Here are the questions which are asked previously in the Zoho Exams. Each question is described with its output. If you want to achieve your dream job in Zoho then be prepared with all the questions which can be asked in the exam.

## Simple Interest

**1. A Simple Interest on small sum of money in a 4 years is 7/25th of principal So, find the rate of interest per year?**

- 6.5%
- 5%
- 9%
- 5%

**Ans:** Option 1

We know, Simple Interest = PRT/100

So, 7P/25 = (P*R*4)/100

i.e R=7%

**2. If the Selling price is doubled, then the profit gets tripled. Now find the precent of profit?**

- 100%
- 66%
- 105%
- 120%

**Ans:** option 2

Let the C.P be x rs and the S.P be y rs.

Then, 3(y-x)=(2y-x)=>y=2x

Therefore, Profit=Rs. (y-x)= Rs. (2x-x) = Rs. x

Profit =100%

**3. A certain amount earns the Simple Interest of Rs. 1500 after 8 years, which had the interest 2% more. Then how much more interest would be earned?**

- 350
- 250
- Data inadequate
- 50

**Ans:** Option 3

The answer is Data inadequate. You should know the Simple Interest principal and time to find the rate. Here the principal is not given therefore the answer can’t be given.

## Distance & Speed

**4. A speed of the current in the river is 2.5 km/h and the speed of a man with the current is 15 km/h. Then, what is a man’s speed against the river current?**

- 17.5 km/h
- 10 km/h
- 12.5 km/h
- 15 km/h

**Ans:** Option 2

While going with the current or downstream, the current speed assists a speed of the man, which is the opposite case in the upstream and resisting the speed of a man.

In the still water, a speed of the man is (15 – 2.5) = 12.5 km/h.

here, the speed of the man against the flow of current is (12.5 – 2.5) = 10 km/h.

**5. The two trains are approaching each other at a speed of 100 km/h and 50 km/h. They will meet each other in 3 hrs, so find the current distance between them?**

- 150 km
- 230 km
- 300 km
- 450 km

**Ans:** Option 4

A Relative Speed = 100+50 150 km/h and Time = 3 hrs

Therefore disance between them = S * T = 150*3 = 450 km

Current distance between the two trains = 450 km

**6. A boat whose speed in 15 km/h in the still water goes 30 km downstream and then come back in a total of 4:30 hrs. then, the speed of the stream in (km/h) is?**

- 6 km/h
- 4 km/h
- 5 km/h
- 10 km/h

**Ans:** Option 3

Let the speed of the stream be x km/h. Then, Speed of downstream = (15 + x) km/h

Speed of upstream = (15 – x)km/h.

(30 / 15+x) + (30 / 15-x) = 4.5 h

Therefore x = 5 km/h.

## Time

**7. A calender for the year 2007 will be the same for the year?**

- 2014
- 2015
- 2017
- 2018

**Ans:** Option 4

Now count the no of odd days from 2007 onwards to get the sum equal to 0 odd day. So, the calender for the year 2018 will be the same as for the year 2007.

**8. The library has an average of 300 visitors on the Sunday and 200 on the other days. The average no of visitors per day in the month of 30 days which begin with sunday is?**

- 276
- 280
- 250
- 217

**Ans:** Option 4

Since the month begin with the Sunday, so their will be 5 sundays in the month.

Therefore Average = (300*5 + 200*25) / 30 = 217

**9. An open tap fills the cistern of water in 4 hours. There is a leak in the cistern so due to this tap takes 4.5 hours to fill the tanker. If allowed to drain through a leak, the cistern will be empty in how much time? **

- 8.5 hours
- 36 hours
- 18 hours
- 19 hours

**Ans:** Option 2

Unit work by inlet: 1/4 …(1)

Unit work by a leak & the inlet: 1/4.5 = 2/9 …(2)

The unit work by the inlet = (2)-(1) = 2/9-1/4 = -1/36.

Here, the -ve sign indicates that leak is more efficient than the inlet and therefore, it indicates that the cistern will never be full. Therefore, the cistern can empty the tank in 36 hours when it is fully filled and when a inlet is not working.

## Number System

**10. What will be the smallest or least number which when doubled will be divisible exatly by 12, 18, 21 and 30?**

- 630
- 480
- 1260
- 4850

**Ans:** Option 1

LCM = 2 x 3 x 2 x 3 x 7 x 5 = 1260

Therefore, Number = 1260 / 2 = 630

**11. Find the odd man out: 6, 9, 15, 21, 24, 28, 30?**

- 9
- 21
- 24
- 28

**Ans:** Option 4

28 is not multiple of 3

**12. A sum of the present ages of the son and his father is 60 years. Six years ago, father’s age was five times the age of his son. Now, after 6 years the age of the son will be?**

- 18 year
- 12 year
- 14 year
- 20 year

**Ans:** Option 4

Let, the present ages of son and his father be (60-x) and x.

Then, (60-x)-6=5(x-6)

54-x = 5x-30

6x = 84

x =14

Therefore the son’s age after 6 years = (6+x) = 20 year.

## Probability

**13. Three unbaised coins are tossed then, what is the prebability of getting at the most two heads?**

- 1/4
- 6/7
- 7/8
- 5/8

**Ans:** Option 4

Here S= {TTT, TTH, THT, HTT. THH, HTH, HHT,HHH}

Let E = event of getting at most two heads

E = {TTT, TTH, THT,HTT,THH,HTH,HHT}

Therefore, P= 7/8

## Permutation & Combinations

**14. In how many different ways the letters of the word ‘LEADING’ can be arranged in such a way that the vowels always comes together?**

- 480
- 360
- 720
- None

**Ans:** Option 3

Here the word has 7 different letters and when the vowels AEI are together, then they supposed to form one letter.

Now, we have to arrange the letters NLDG (EAI). Now 5 (4+1 = 5) Letters can be arranged in 5! = 120 ways.

The vowels can be arranged in 3! ways among themself = 6ways.

Therefore, required no of ways = 120*6= 720 ways.

## Student Interview Experience

### Student Details

Name: Jaydeep Dahiwal

College: IIT, chennai

Branch: Computer Science

Type of the Interview: ON Campus

### Student Interview

Last year I attended the campus drive conducted by Zoho in my campus. Our Placement Officer shared a mail with a registration link and he asked all last year students to apply for Pool drive.

### Eligibility Criteria

There was no percentage criteria so all my friends including me was eligible for the drive. Only the main requirement was that their should be no education gap more than one year between 12th and the date of college joining.

### Number of Rounds

There are total 4 rounds in total,

- Writing round
- Coding round
- Technical Interview round
- HR Round

#### 1. Written Round:

Mainly written round is divided into two parts where questions were asked on Qualitative Analysis in the first round and the second round consists of Logical and Data Interpretation.

#### 2. Coding Round:

Only the students who cleared the first round are eligible for this round. Actually this round was more easy to the students from CS/IT branch and little tougher for the non CS/IT branch. As I was from the CS brach so this round was easier for me. There were total 5 questions asked in the round where we’ve to code completely for each and every question.

The questions in my sheet were:

- Write the code for fibonacci series
- Write the Pigeonhole Algorithm.
- Find the longest Pallindrome in the given string.
- Find the height of the Binomial Tree.
- Revers the given words in the string.

#### 3. Face to Face Interview Round:

Generally their are two face to face rounds which are

- Technical Round
- HR Round

**Technical Round:**

At my times students appeared were more so, the students were divided into the group of 4. All the students in my group were from the same branch. After short formal introduction, the interviewer starts asking few general questions such as who is your favourite professor and why. How’s the preparation going on for the upcoming final exams. Later he asked some technical questions from CS such as:

- What is Agile and Waterfall model.
- Explain me all the concepts of OOPS.
- Explain difference between throw and throws in java.
- Tell me about Software development life cycle etc.

After this all of us give short presentations on our final year projects. The interviewer take total time of 30 minutes and then we exited from the hall. The final results of the technical rounds were announced at the end of the day and finally I was shortlisted for the HR interview. And after clearing the HR interview I was selected as Senior System Engineer in my dream company.

## Frequently Asked Questions

#### Q1. Does Zoho conducts Off campus placement drives?

**Ans:** Yes Zoho conducts Off campus placement drives as well.

#### Q2. Students with backlogs are Eligible?

**Ans:** Yes students with backlogs are eligible for the placement drive.

#### Q3. Which is the important topic on which I should make focus for interview?

**Ans:** you should focus on the important topics of programming, because most of the questions are asked from the programming only.

#### Q4. How much important is programming section?

**Ans:** The programming section is most important because total two sections purely depends on coding. And the programming parts are the difficult ones.

#### Q5. How many days should I give to prepare for the programming rounds?

**Ans:** You need to give 10 to 15 days to prepare for programming rounds.

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