IBPS RRB Officer Prelims Exam Analysis | 4th November – Slot 2: The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection will conduct the preliminary examination today, tomorrow and day after in a number of slots. Candidates appearing for IBPS RRB Officer Scale-I Preliminary Examination should really give this a thorough read. This detailed analysis have been provided by our friends at Luminous Point.
Todays Slot 2 for IBPS RRB Officer Scale-I Examination was set between 11:00 AM to 11:45 AM and here is the detailed review for the paper.
IBPS RRB Officer Prelims Exam Analysis – 4th November: Slot 2
As per the exam syllabus and pattern for IBPS RRB Officer Scale-I Examination, there were 80 questions in total. Each question carried 1 mark and the total time to solve the paper was 45 minutes.
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Now, talking about the difficulty level of the examination, here is our detailed IBPS RRB Officer Prelims Exam Analysis for Slot-II of 4th November 2016. Similar to Slot I, the paper has an Easy to Moderate Difficulty Level, where most candidates said questions were doable. Since competition has amped up, a better score instills more confidence.
Let us read about the section-wise IBPS RRB Officer Prelims Exam Analysis for Officer Scale-I Examination 2016.
IBPS RRB Officer Prelims Exam Analysis for Quant Section
In the quantitative aptitude section of IBPS RRB Officer Scale-I, the questions ranged from Easy to Moderate Difficulty Level. The topic-wise breakdown is as follows.
- Approximation – 5 questions
- Number series – 5 questions
- Quadratic Equation – 5 questions
- Data Interpretation – 15 questions
- Misc. – 10 questions (Partnership, Time and Work, SI, Averages, Profit/Loss, Mixture and Alligation, Mensuration)
The Quant Section was dominated by DI Questions based on Tables, Pie Chart and Bar Graph. Most were easy to solve but a little attention to data was required.
IBPS RRB Officer Prelims Exam Analysis for Reasoning Section
The questions asked in reasoning section were quite Moderate, and some were plain confusing. The topic-wise breakdown is as follows.
- Inequalities – 5 questions (easy)
- Syllogism – 5 questions(moderate)
- Puzzles n Arrangements – 15 questions (moderate)
- Miscellaneous (Blood relations, direction sense, alpha numeric series) – 15 questions
There were 3 sets of challenging puzzles to solve with some easy questions based on inequalities. Rest, most paper was quite doable.
Based on our calculations, we assume a good attempt to be around 55-60 Questions with 90% accuracy. We hope this article on IBPS RRB Officer Prelims Exam Analysis has provided your some good insights on your performance.
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