ISRO Exam Analysis and Expected Cutoff

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ISRO Exam Analysis and Expected Cutoff

ISRO Exam Analysis and Expected Cutoff 17th April 2016.

ISRO Exam Analysis and Expected Cutoff

ISRO Exam was conducted on 17th April 2016. Below we provide section-wise analysis of the exam.

ISRO Exam Overall Exam Analysis – 17th April 2016

Pattern of Paper 1 Exam: 90 Marks, 90 Questions

  • General English (MCQ)
  • General Knowledge (MCQ)
  • Arithmetic (MCQ)
  • Reasoning (MCQ)
  • Computer Literacy (MCQ)

Pattern of Descriptive Exam:

  • Essay Writing

ISRO Exam Analysis Of Objective Paper

A total of 90 questions were asked in the examination. The overall exam was easy to moderate. All the sections were easy and English section was a bit moderate.

Overall, the exam was easy.  A good number of attempts in the exam were 65-70 (Out of 90).

ISRO Exam Analysis: General English

English section was a bit moderate and a well-prepared candidate could attempt 15-18 questions. Questions were asked from following topics

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Error Detection
  • Fill in the blanks

ISRO Exam Analysis: General Knowledge 

Overall, the GA section was easy and a well-prepared candidate could attempt 18-20 questions. Questions were asked from topics like

  • Static GK
  • Current Affairs
  • Questions related to ISRO

ISRO ASI Exam Analysis: Arithmetic

Overall, the section was easy and a well prepared candidate could easily attempt 16-18 Questions.

Questions were asked from following topics

  • Arithmetic Ability
  • Time and Work
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Simple Interest

ISRO Exam Analysis: Reasoning

Overall, the section was easy and a well prepared candidate could easily attempt 10-12 Questions. Questions were asked from topics like

  • Analogy
  • Classification
  • Blood Relation

ISRO Exam Analysis: Computer Literacy

Overall, the section was easy and a well prepared candidate could easily attempt all the questions in it

ISRO Exam Analysis Of Descriptive Paper

Overall, the Descriptive Paper was easy and a well prepared candidate could have easily attempt the descriptive part as well.

The main weightage in the descriptive part was of essay where a candidate was given an option to write essay from the given topics:

  • Global Warming
  • Digital India

ISRO Exam Expected Cut-offs for Objective Paper

Based on today’s paper, the expected cutoff for ISRO Exam Paper will be:

  • General: 60-65 Out of 90
  • OBC :  55-60 Out of 90
  • SC/ST: 50-52 Out of 90

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