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A Basic info about the company:

CompuGroup Medical AG (CGM) is a privately held software company with headquarters in Koblenz. It produces software products to support medical and organizational activities in doctors' offices, pharmacies and hospitals. The company employs nearly 3,600 people in 2012 and had approximately 385,000 customers in 34 countries, according to own data. Since 23 September 2013 are the shares of CGM in the Nasdaq.

By reading and solving these CompuGroup Medical Interview Puzzles, you can enhance your aptitude skills which will help you a lot during the interview process.
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CompuGroup Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #1 - Measure the Water Interview Question

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CompuGroup Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #2 - Maths Work Interview Puzzle

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CompuGroup Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #3 - Interesting Gold Bar Interiew Puzzle

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CompuGroup Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #4 - Box with Defective Balls Interview Question

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CompuGroup Interview Puzzle - Aptitude #5 - Popular Logical Interview Problem

A Basic info about the company:

CompuGroup Medical AG (CGM) is a privately held software company with headquarters in Koblenz. It produces software products to support medical and organizational activities in doctors' offices, pharmacies and hospitals. The company employs nearly 3,600 people in 2012 and had approximately 385,000 customers in 34 countries, according to own data. Since 23 September 2013 are the shares of CGM in the Nasdaq.

By reading and solving these CompuGroup Medical Interview Puzzles, you can enhance your aptitude skills which will help you a lot during the interview process.

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You have infinite supply of water. You also have 5 quart and 3 quart buckets. What is the least number of steps you will require to measure precisely 4 quarts?

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A maid spends 1/4th of her time is cleaning the house, 3/8th of her time in washing the utensils and rest of the time in cooking. She works 48 hours every week.

How many hours does she spend on cooking food?

How many hours does she spend on cooking food?

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You are a king of an empire. You have a servant working in your palace. He works all the seven days and you only pay him in the form of gold bar. You must pay the worker for his work every day at the end of the day.

If you are only able to make two breaks in the gold bar, how will you pay the servant if the servant works for the equal time every day and thus equal amount must be paid at the end of the day?

If you are only able to make two breaks in the gold bar, how will you pay the servant if the servant works for the equal time every day and thus equal amount must be paid at the end of the day?

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Here is a situation. You have 10 boxes that contains balls with each of the ball weighing 10 grams precisely. Now among the boxes, one of the box comprises of defective balls with each defective ball weighing 9 grams. You have been provided with an electronic weighing machine but you are allowed to use it only once.

Can you find out which box contains defective balls?

Can you find out which box contains defective balls?

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You are invited to a logical competition where some mini games are to be played among the participants that comprises of logics. What they do is make you stand in front of the water tank and give you two jars - one of 3 liters capacity and one of 5 liters capacity. Then they tell you to collect exactly 4 liters of water using the two jugs.

How will you do it?

How will you do it?

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