IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam concluded this week. Below is the section-wise analysis of the exam and you can see expected cut-offs, state wise cutoff and sectional cutoffs at the end of this post.
Pattern of Exam : 100 Questions, 100 Marks, 1 Hour
- English Language (30 questions, 30 marks)
- Numerical Aptitude (35 questions, 35 marks)
- Reasoning (35 questions, 35 marks)
Overall, the exam was easy to moderate. A good number of attempts in the exam were 55 – 65 with 80-100% accuracy.
IBPS CLERK Prelims Reasoning:
Overall, the Reasoning section was easy to moderate. A good number of attempts in the exam were 25-30. Topics from which the questions were asked:
- Sitting Arrangement – 10
- Puzzle – 5
- Inequalities – 5
- Coding Decoding – 5
- Miscellaneous – 5
- Number/Alphabet Series -5
IBPS CLERK Prelims Numerical Ability:
Overall, the NA section was easy to moderate and a good number of attempts in this section were 18-23. Topics from which the questions were asked:
- Number Series – 5
- Data Interpretation(Table) – 5
- Simplification – 10
- Arithmetic (Profit Loss, Time & work, Percentage, Age, etc.) – 15
IBPS CLERK Prelims English :
Overall, the English section was easy and a well prepared candidate could attempt 20-25 questions. Topics from which the questions were asked:
- Reading Comprehensions – 10
- Rearrangement – 5
- Cloze test – 5
- Error Spotting – 5
- Sentence Correction – 5
Note : This analysis is based on feedback received from our students. The pattern & difficulty level in upcoming shifts may/may not remain same.
Expected Cut-off IBPS CLERK PRELIMS 2015
OVERALL CUTOFF FOR IBPS CLERK PRELIMS 2015
The range of cutoff mentioned below is for depiction of state wise cutoff. This means that cutoff for general in Maharashtra , Kerala, Bihar or any other state will be between 43-47.
|Category||Overall (Out of 100)|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||
|Other Backward Classes (OBC)||
|Hearing Impaired (HI)||
|Orthopaedically Challenged (OC)||
|Visually Impaired (VI)||
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