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Thursday, December 09, 2004

Personal: News

Category: Personal

I'd been to a company in the field of catalogs automation, to take a test towards exploring a Content Development opportunity.

The tests were easy and the meeting was good. I've another meeting tomorrow and then, most probably I'd be joining next week. I'm too optimistic, and it's not over until it's over, but I've a feel for things, and I know I'm going to take this opportunity.

The tests were easy. 40 questions on arithmetic, geometry, and data interpretation; and 40 questions on English. I'd have scored 90% plus in English and atleast 70% in Maths. I'd forgotten all about volume and area of cones and cylinders, still numbers, and data interpreation had easy questions, so I cleared the test, and then English was very easy, and the meeting (I always take it as a meeting where I share my thoughts, not as an interview where they ask and I answer) was good too.

The profile is related to content development and research.

So that's the update from my side. (Boy, I'm writing this as if I've a report to submit).

On a side note, the office is 15 kms. from my place, almost at the other end of the city, and it takes about 35 minutes to reach there, i.e. the way I ride my bike. So the going is cool, and once again, I'm getting back to the rocking horse.