SEET Syllabus


SEET (Skill Amaze Express Employment Test) tests students from a wide range of fields with the assistance of a micro-analysis.

The assessment consists of several sections/modules depending on your profile or education background. It is mandatory for all candidates to take these modules (Verbal Communication, Personality Assessment, and Aptitude). Prior to taking the SEET, it is recommended that you review the syllabus. The following list outlines all the modules you can take in SEET, the broad topics that each module covers, the relevant job profiles, the number of questions, and the duration for each module.

Number of Questions:15

In this module, the candidate's written English skills are evaluated. This module aims to determine whether he or she can understand a written text, how they comprehend oral communication, and whether they are able to effectively communicate through written documents.

Detailed Syllabus:
  • Phrases and Idioms
  • One word Substitution
  • Sentence Correction
  • Error Spotting
  • Fill in the Blanks
  • Spellings Correction
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Synonyms-Antonyms
  • Active Passive
  • Sentence Rearrangement
  • Sentence Improvement
  • Cloze test
Number of Questions:15

This module measures the ability of an individual to interpret things objectively, to see and interpret evidence in order to make generalizations, and to understand the assumptions underlying an argument or statement.

Detailed Syllabus:

General Intelligence and Reasoning includes questions of both verbal and non-verbal type. This component may include questions on analogies, similarities and differences, space visualization, spatial orientation, problem solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship concepts, arithmetical reasoning and figural classification, arithmetic number series, non-verbal series, coding and decoding, statement conclusion, syllogistic reasoning etc.

The topics are, Semantic Analogy, Symbolic/ Number Analogy, Figural Analogy, Semantic Classification, Symbolic/ Number Classification, Figural Classification, Semantic Series, Number Series, Figural Series, Problem Solving, Word Building, Coding & de-coding, Numerical Operations, symbolic Operations, Trends, Space Orientation, Space Visualization, Venn Diagrams, Drawing inferences, Punched hole/ pattern- folding & un-folding, Figural Pattern- folding and completion, Indexing, Address matching, Date & city matching, Classification of centre codes/roll numbers, Small & Capital letters/ numbers coding, decoding and classification, Embedded Figures, Critical thinking, Emotional Intelligence, Social Intelligence, Other sub-topics, if any.

Number of Questions:15

The Quantitative Aptitude module consists questions designed to test the candidate's ability to use numbers appropriately and to understand number concepts.

Detailed Syllabus:
  • The scope of the test will be computation of:
  • Whole numbers
  • Decimals
  • fractions and relationships between numbers
  • Profit and Loss, Discount
  • Partnership Business
  • Mixture and Alligation
  • Time and distance
  • Time & Work
  • Percentage
  • Ratio & Proportion
  • Square roots
  • Averages
  • Interest
  • HCF and LCM
Number of Questions:15

A module measures the candidate's abilities to gather, comprehend, and evaluate information from a single or multiple sources. Candidate's ability to locate relevant information, sort and classify data, understand graphs, charts, and tables, as well as make deductions according to rules is tested. There can be an assortment of formats that can present the data and information: text, numbers, tables, etc.

Detailed Syllabus:
  • Pie charts
  • Tables
  • Bar Graphs
  • Line charts
  • Radar Graphs
  • Mixed Graphs
Number of Questions: 50

Personality assessments are useful tools in today’s workplace. Not only do they provide a scientific basis for selection and development of employees, they also save incredible time and cost given their ability to assess candidates rapidly and objectively.

The Speaking section is like a structured interview with an emphasis on general speaking skills. It assesses whether candidates have the required knowledge and skills to communicate effectively.

Number of Questions: 4 (Self Introduction, General Questions)


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