MHA IB ACIO Grade II 2017 All India Test (AIT): To recruit eligible candidates for the post of Assistant Central Intelligence Officer (ACIO) in the IB Department, IB will be conducting its first round of recruitment process i.e MHA IB ACIO Grade II 2017 in the month of October. To analyze your performance and reduce chances of making mistakes in the actual paper, OnlineTyari will be testing the potential of aspirants through MHA IB ACIO Grade II 2017 All India Test.
Following the success of Previous All India Tests, OnlineTyari will be conducting MHA IB ACIO Grade II 2017 All India Test (AIT) on 8 October 2017. Scroll down to register for MHA IB ACIO Grade II AIT for FREE.
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By attempting our All India Test before your actual examination, you’d cut down on the silly mistakes you may commit in the real exam. You would get a fair idea of the ‘ Do’s and Don’ts ‘ for the actual examination.
The All India Rank you secure after attempting our All India Test will be a better evaluation of your exam preparation because you’d see yourself competing against lakhs of other candidates from all over India.
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The 4 sections of ACIO Tier 1 Exam 2017 are General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, Analytical Ability & English Language. Refer to the following table to better understand the IB ACIO Exam Pattern & Marking Scheme. Below given is the detail of IB ACIO Grade II Tier 1.
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|1||Tier 1 – Objective Type||General Awareness||100||60 Minutes|
- There will be negative marking of ¼ mark for each wrong answer in Tier-I.
- No marks would be awarded for an un-attempted question.
- Only those candidates would be called for Tier-II exam who come up to a certain standard in Tier-I.
- For Tier-II examination, there will be a minimum cut off marks of 33%.