# IBPS RRB Office Assistant Exam Analysis 2018 | 18th August Shift 1

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IBPS RRB Office Assistant Exam Analysis 2018 | 18th August Shift 1: The Institute of Banking and Personnel Selection conducted its first RRB Assistant exam on 18th August 2018 this year. The exam will be conducted in 4 different shifts and this article will highlight the level of difficulty, both overall and section-wise.

With IBPS RRB Assistant Analysis, we will also predict a good score scenario for each section which will point out to a probable score ranging in the safe zone for cracking IBPS RRB Examination for the post of Assistant.

## IBPS RRB Office Assistant Exam Analysis 2018 | 18th August Shift 1

As per the exam syllabus and pattern for IBPS RRB Assistant Examination, there were 80 questions in total. Each question carries 1 mark and the total time to solve the paper was 45 minutes.

#### To answer in one word, EASY TO MODERATE!

Let us read about the section-wise IBPS RRB Prelims Exam Analysis for Office Assistant Examination 2017.

### IBPS RRB Assistant Exam Analysis for Reasoning Section

• Number of Good Attempts: 28-32
• Level of Difficulty: Easy to Moderate

Beginning our section-wise review of the paper with the reasoning section, the difficulty level of IBPS RRB Reasoning Section was Easy to ModerateCandidates found it scoring and the most simple one. The topic-wise distribution was as follows

• Sitting Arrangement – 20 Questions
• Logical Syllogisms – 3 Questions
• Coding-Decoding – 5 Questions
• Mathematical Inequalities – 5 Questions
• Number Series – 5 Questions
• Alphabet – 2 Questions

Let us move to the next section i.e Quantitative Aptitude.

### IBPS RRB Assistant Exam Analysis for Quant Section

• Number of Good Attempts: 27-31
• Level of Difficulty: Easy to Moderate

Candidates who appeared for IBPS RRB Assistant Exam describe the difficulty level of Quantitative Aptitude to be Easy to Moderate. The topic-wise distribution is as follows

• Simplification – 10 Questions
• Data Interpretation (Bar Graph) – 10 Questions
• Miscellaneous (Simplification, Approximation, Arithmetic word problem) – 20 Questions
• Number Series – 5 Questions

A large part of the paper was from Simplification and DI. Questions were also asked from topics like Data Interpretation, Arithmetic word problem. Any candidate with a good grasp on the subject could have scored well in the section.