IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis, Prelims Cut off 2016: The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection i.e. IBPS will conduct IBPS CWE Clerk VI Preliminary Examination on 26, 27 November and 3, 4 December in multiple slots/ shifts. The candidates who’ve successfully submitted their application form online will appear for the written examination as per the exam date and shift mentioned in their respective admit card.
To read yesterdays’ i.e. 26th November IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis, refer to the links below.
- IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis: 26th November 2016 (Shift-I)
- IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis: 26th November 2016 (Shift-II)
- IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis: 26th November 2016 (Shift-III)
- IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis: 26th November 2016 (Shift-IV)
Continuing our series, this article entails IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis, Paper Review and Level of Difficulty of each section asked in today’s preliminary examination i.e 27 November 2016 (Shift 1) Morning Batch. If you have appeared for the paper or are yet to appear, read the exam analysis thoroughly.
IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis: 27 November (Shift 1)
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Before we begin our paper review, lets get some basics out first. As we all know, the exam was composed of 3 sections i.e. Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability and English Language. The exam pattern in details is as follows.
|Section Name||Number of Questions||Maximum Marks|
The total time was 1 hour i.e. 60 minutes, hence, Speed, Accuracy and Planning is surely needed to have good number of attempts with maximum accuracy. As for IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis, the paper’s overall level of difficulty ranged from Easy to Moderate.
Proceed further into detailed IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis with Prelims section-wise paper review of each topic asked in today’s slot.
IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis for English Language Section
- Good Attempts: 15-18 Questions
- Level of Difficulty: Easy
Like we did in yesterdays’ IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis, we start with English Section again. This section was the most easiest to attempt with most questions being super easy to solve. The topic-wise review and distribution is as follows.
- Reading Comprehension- 10 Questions
- Cloze Test- 10 Questions
- Spotting the errors – 10 Questions
A lot of aspirants were expecting a more challenging RC Paragraph, but the paper was easier than expected. A good attempt in this section would be 15-18 questions.
IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis for Reasoning Ability Section
- Good Attempts: 19-22 Questions
- Level of Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Moving to our next section, Reasoning Ability questions in today’s IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis had a bit of Easy to Moderate Difficulty Level range. The topic-wise review and distribution is as follows.
- Alphabetical or Number Series – 5 Questions
- Alphabet Coding – 5 Questions
- Mathematical Inequalities – 5 Questions
- Sitting Arrangements and Puzzles (Linear, Parallel and Circular) – 15 Questions
- Miscellaneous – 5 Questions
Most of the misc. questions were from Ranking, Direction Test, Blood Relationships etc. Inequality based questions were quite easy to solve. A good attempt in this section would be 19-22 questions.
IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis for Quantitative Aptitude Section
- Good Attempts: 18-20 Questions
- Level of Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
The Quant Section in todays’ IBPS Clerk Prelims Examination had a mixed number of Easy to Moderate Questions. The topic-wise review and distribution is as follows.
- Simplification – 15 Questions
- Data Interpretation – 5 Questions
- Series – 5 Questions
- Miscellaneous – 10 Questions
The misc. questions consists of Simple and Compound Interest, Time Speed and Distance, Profit and Loss, Time and Work, Averages, Ratio, Mensuration etc. A good attempt in this section would be 18-20 questions. We conclude our section-wise IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis for 27th November Shift 1 here.
Expected IBPS Clerk Cut off 2016
For IBPS Clerk Prelims Examination, there will be both sectional and overall cutoff. The cutoff marks usually vary according to a number of factors, like
- Number of vacancies
- Total number of applicants
- Level of Difficulty of the paper
Keeping in mind all the factors and the analysis of 26th November paper, here is the expected sectional and overall cut-off for IBPS Clerk Prelims 2016.
Sectional IBPS Clerk Prelims Cut off 2016 (Expected)
|Section Name||Total Marks||General||OBC||SC/ST||PWD|
Overall IBPS Clerk Prelims Cut off 2016 (Expected)
There were only marginal changes, which ultimately did not affect the expected cutoff score generated yesterday. Hence, the cutoff margin remains the same.
We hope this article on IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis and Prelims Expected Cutoff 2016 for 27 November Shift-1 helps you understand the paper better. We will be back soon with our next analysis and detailed paper review.
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