IBPS Clerk Prelim Exam Analysis
The first phases of the IBPS Clerk Prelim Exam are over today. We have analyzed the exam pattern in detail and are presenting our IBPS Clerk Prelim exam analysis. We will love to hear from you in the comments section below!
The exam was a lot easier than the recent PO exams. We expect the cutoffs to be between 40 and 45 (similar to what we had predicted earlier this week on our previous blog post on Clerk Exam tips.
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Surprises: No Syllogism, no quadratic equations, no fill-in-the blanks
A good attempt would be attempting over 20 questions
|Coding & Decoding||5||Moderate|
|Number Series/ Alphabetical Series||10||Easy|
|Miscellaneous: Direction Sense, Blood Relations, Age problems etc.||5||Easy|
A good attempt would be attempting over 16 questions.
|Topic||No. of Questions||Level|
|Reading Comprehension (King of Vijyanagar)||10||Easy|
|Cloze Test (Orphan and his skills)||5||Easy|
|Wrongly Spelt words and out of context words||5||Moderate|
A good attempt would be attempting over 18 questions. The section had more calculations than usual.
|Miscellaneous: Time & distance, Time & Work, Profit and Loss, Ages, Ratio Proportions, SI & CI etc.)||15||Easy-Moderate|