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IBPS Specialist HR Officers Exam Analysis

IBPS SO  HR Officer Online exam was conducted on 1st Feb 2016. Below is the section-wise analysis of exam and you can check expected cut-offs at the end of this post.

IBPS Specialist Officers Exam Analysis: Reasoning

Overall, the Reasoning section was easy to moderate. A good number of attempts in the exam were 25-32.  Topics from which questions were asked:

• Syllogism – 5.
• Seating Arrangement – 10
• Puzzle – 5
• Inequalities – 5
• Input-Output – 5
• Data Sufficiency – 5
• Miscellaneous – 15

IBPS Specialist Officers Exam Analysis: Quantitative Aptitude

Overall, the Quantitative section was moderate and a good number of attempts in this section were 25-30. Topics from which questions were asked:

• Number Series – 5
• Data Interpretation –  15
• Data sufficiency– 5
• Arithmetic (Profit Loss, Time & work, Percentage, Age, etc.) – 20

IBPS Specialist Officers Exam Analysis: English

English section was easy and a well-prepared candidate could attempt 25-32 questions. Topics from which the questions were asked:

• Rearrangement – 5
• Cloze test – 10
• Error Spotting – 5
• Sentence Improvement – 5
• Spelling – 5
• Fill in the blanks – 5

IBPS Specialist Officers Exam Analysis: HR Professional Knowledge

Overall this section was  moderate and a well-prepared candidate could attempt 25-30 questions. Topics that were tested included Human Resource Management, Industrial Relations & Trade Unions, Performance Management & Appraisal, HRM Theories, Job Analysis etc.

Note: The above information is based on the memory of our students and experts who appeared in the examination on 1st Feb 2016.

IBPS Specialist Officers Expected Cut-Offs.

Expected Overall Cut-off for IBPS Specialist HR Officer is 100-105 (General).

Expected Sectional Cut-offs (out of 50)

• English: 9
• Professional Knowledge: 14
• Reasoning: 12
• Quantitative Aptitude: 8

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