LIC AAO Exam Analysis Expected Cut-off and Recommendations

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LIC AAO EXAM ANALYSIS

LIC AAO exam analysis for 5th, 6th March, 12th March and 13th March 2016.

LIC AAO Exam Analysis and Expected Cutoff

LIC AAO Online exam started on 5th, 6th March, 12th March and 13th March 2016. Below we provide section-wise analysis of all the exams. You will also be able to see GK questions asked in LIC AAO exam. 

LIC AAO Overall Exam Analysis – 13th March

Overall, the exam was easy.  A good number of attempts in the exam were 120-130 (Out of 160).

LIC AAO Exam Analysis: Reasoning

Overall, the Reasoning section was easy and a well prepared candidate could easily attempt 22-25 Questions. Topics from which questions were asked:

  • Syllogism – 5.
  • Seating Arrangement – 10.
  • Puzzle –10

Questions from topics like Input Output, Inequality, Data Sufficiency and Coding/Decoding were not asked in this section.

LIC AAO Exam Analysis: Quantitative Aptitude

Overall, the Quantitative Aptitude section was easy and a well prepared candidate could easily attempt 20-25 Questions. Questions were asked from following topics: –

  • Number Series – 5
  • Data Interpretation –  10 (Line Graph and Table)
  • Quadratic Equations – 5
  • Arithmetic (Profit Loss, Time & work, Percentage, Age, etc.) – 10

LIC AAO Exam Analysis: General Awareness

Overall, the GA section was easy to moderate and a well-prepared candidate could attempt 20-25 questions. Current Affairs Questions were mostly asked from past three months.

LIC AAO Exam Analysis: Computer Knowledge.

Overall, the CK section was easiest and candidates could attempt 25-30 questions in this section. Questions were asked from topics like hardware, software, browsers, memory etc.

LIC AAO Exam Analysis: English

English section was easy and a well-prepared candidate could attempt 22-24 questions. Questions were asked from following topics

  • Reading Comprehensions – 10
  • Rearrangement – 5
  • Cloze test – 10
  • Error Spotting – 5
  • Fill in the blanks – 5
  • Sentence Correction – 5

LIC AAO Expected Cut-offs

Based on today’s paper, the expected cut-off for LIC AAO 2016 will be:

  • General: 205-215.
  • OBC :  195-200.

LIC AAO Overall Exam Analysis – 12th March

Overall, the exam was easy.  A good number of attempts in the exam were 125-130 (Out of 160).

LIC AAO Exam Analysis: Reasoning

Overall, the Reasoning section was easy and a well prepared candidate could easily attempt 22-25 Questions. Topics from which questions were asked:

  • Syllogism – 5.
  • Seating Arrangement – 10.
  • Puzzle –10
  • Relationship – 5

Questions from topics like Input Output, Inequality and Coding/Decoding were not asked in this section.

LIC AAO Exam Analysis: Quantitative Aptitude

Overall, the Quantitative Aptitude section was easy and a well prepared candidate could easily attempt 24-25 Questions. Questions were asked from following topics: –

  • Number Series – 5
  • Data Interpretation –  10 (Line Graph and Table)
  • Quadratic Equations – 5
  • Arithmetic (Profit Loss, Time & work, Percentage, Age, etc.) – 10

LIC AAO Exam Analysis: General Awareness

Overall, the GA section was easy to moderate and a well-prepared candidate could attempt 22-25 questions. Current Affairs Questions were mostly asked from January and February.

LIC AAO Exam Analysis: Computer Knowledge.

Overall, the CK section was easiest and candidates could attempt 22-25 questions in this section. Questions were asked from topics like hardware, software, microsoft office etc.

LIC AAO Exam Analysis: English

English section was easy and a well-prepared candidate could attempt 22-24 questions. Questions were asked from following topics

  • Reading Comprehensions – 10
  • Rearrangement – 5
  • Cloze test – 10
  • Error Spotting – 5
  • Fill in the blanks – 5
  • Sentence Correction – 5

LIC AAO Expected Cut-offs

Based on today’s paper, the expected cut-off for LIC AAO 2016 will be:

  • General: 215-220.
  • OBC :  200-205.

LIC AAO Overall Exam Analysis – 6th March

Overall, the exam was easy.  A good number of attempts in the exam were 120-135 (Out of 160).

LIC AAO Exam Analysis: ReasoningLIC AAO 6th March Exam Analysis and Expected Cutoffs

Overall, the Reasoning section was easy and a well prepared candidate could easily attempt 22-25 Questions. Topics from which questions were asked:

  • Syllogism – 5.
  • Seating Arrangement – 10.
  • Puzzle –5
  • Relationship – 5
  • Miscellaneous  – 5

Questions from topics like Input Output, Inequality and Data Sufficiency were not asked in this section.

LIC AAO Exam Analysis: Quantitative Aptitude

Overall, the Quantitative Aptitude section was easy and a well prepared candidate could easily attempt 20-25 Questions. Questions were asked from following topics: –

  • Number Series – 5
  • Data Interpretation –  10 (Line Graph and Table)
  • Quadratic Equations – 5
  • Arithmetic (Profit Loss, Time & work, Percentage, Age, etc.) – 10

LIC AAO Exam Analysis: General Awareness

Overall, the GA section was easy to moderate and a well-prepared candidate could attempt 17-26 questions. Current Affairs Questions were mostly asked from January and February.

LIC AAO Exam Analysis: Computer Knowledge.

Overall, the CK section was easiest and candidates could attempt 25-30 questions in this section. Questions were asked from topics like hardware, software, browsers, memory etc.

LIC AAO Exam Analysis: English

English section was easy and a well-prepared candidate could attempt 22-24 questions. Questions were asked from following topics

  • Reading Comprehensions – 10
  • Rearrangement – 5
  • Cloze test – 10
  • Error Spotting – 5
  • Fill in the blanks – 5
  • Sentence Correction – 5

LIC AAO Expected Cut-offs

Based on today’s paper, the expected cut-off for LIC AAO 2016 will be:

  • General: 210-220.
  • OBC :  200-205.

General Knowledge Questions asked in LIC AAO Exam

  1. Who  is the winner of National Chess Championship : National Railways
  2. Anup Kumar is related to which sport?  Kabaddi
  3. Who is the winner of 61st National School Athletics championship? Kerala
  4. What is the capital of Lebanon?  Beirut
  5. Currency of Denmark – Krone
  6. Vibrant North East Summit was held in – Guwahati
  7. Cleanest city in India – Mysore
  8. Australian Open Winner – Angelique Kerber
  9. Sanjay Gandhi National Park is located in – Mumbai
  10. Which state topped internet readiness index – Maharashtra

LIC AAO  Exam Analysis and Expected Cutoffs –  5th March

The first shift of LIC AAO Online exam just got over and we are glad to report that overall the exam was easier than expected and well-prepared candidates could easily attempt 120-140 Questions(Out of 160). Below we provide detailed section-wise analysis of the exam, followed by expected cutoffs.

LIC AAO Exam Analysis: Reasoning

Overall, the Reasoning section was easy. A good number of attempts in the exam were 22-25.  Topics from which questions were asked:

  • Syllogism – 5.
  • Seating Arrangement – 10.
  • Puzzle –10
  • Relationship – 5

No Questions were asked from topics like Input Output, Inequality and Coding/Decoding

LIC AAO Exam Analysis: Quantitative AptitudeLIC AAO Exam Analysis Expected Cutoffs and Recommendations

Overall, the Quantitative section was easy and a good number of attempts in this section were 20-25. Topics from which questions were asked:

  • Number Series – 5.
  • Data Interpretation –  10 (Line Graph and Table)
  • Quadratic Equations – 5
  • Arithmetic (Profit Loss, Time & work, Percentage, Age, etc.) – 10

LIC AAO Exam Analysis: General Awareness.

Overall, the GA section was easy to moderate and a well-prepared candidate could attempt 18-25 questions. Current Affairs Questions were mostly asked from January and February.

LIC AAO Exam Analysis: Computer Knowledge.

Overall, the CK section was easiest and a well-prepared candidate could attempt 25-30 questions in this section. Questions were asked from topics like hardware, software, browsers, memory etc.

LIC AAO Exam Analysis: English

English section was easy and a well-prepared candidate could attempt 22-24 questions. Topics from which the questions were asked:

  • Reading Comprehensions – 10.
  • Rearrangement – 5.
  • Cloze test – 10.
  • Error Spotting – 5.
  • Fill in the blanks – 5.
  • Sentence Correction – 5.

LIC AAO  Expected Cut-offs.

Based on today’s paper, the expected cutoff for LIC AAO 2016 will be:

  • General: 220-230.
  • OBC :  210-220.

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127 COMMENTS

  1. Sir, my attempts are 29 (reasoning), 27 (quant), 15 (GA) and 29(comps) 30(eng). according to my knowledge i think that i have done all correct.. but then too lets take 95% accuracy.
    do i stand a chance ?? open category !

  2. my attempts 133 out of 169
    Reasoning: 25 (1 or 2 Wrong)
    Quantitative : 29 (1 Wrong)
    Computer: 30 (All Correct)
    GA: 30(12 Wrong)
    English: 19 (1 or 2 Wrong)
    Category: SC
    What are my Chances Sir/Madam?

  3. my attempts 133 out of 169
    Reasoning: 25 (1 or 2 Wrong)
    Quantitative : 29 (1 Wrong)
    Computer: 30 (All Correct)
    GA: 30(12 Wrong)
    English: 19 (1 or 2 Wrong)
    Category: SC
    What are my Chances Sir/Madam?

  4. last year section cutoff…they hav given 10 like that….is that out of 60 r we shd get 10 questions correct…can any1 explain ths??

  5. My Attempts :-
    Reasoning- 30 (100%accuracy)
    Quant- 30 (100%accuracy)
    Computer- (only 1 can be wrong)
    GA- 22 (6-7 can be wrong)
    Eng. – Qualified 😛
    OBC

  6. I am expecting 245++(OBC)(quant 25, rsn 30, gk 27(23r) comp 28). but not confidant in eng attempted 26 nd expecting 8-12m wht is my chance.. .? plz reply

  7. sir my attempts
    rea-30,(100%acc)
    apt-25,(100% acc)
    eng-27,(80-85% acc)
    gk-18,(2 wrong)
    comp-25(95%acc)
    obc category from AP.What r my chances sir?

  8. Sir many ppl are telling that dis paper was easier than 2013’s paper and also d no of students who wrote d exam has also increased,but according to ur cutoffs der is no proportionate increase in d cutoff marks,why is it so?will der be an increase in d sectional cutoff to cope with d increase in competition?

  9. In GA of LIC there is not a single question asked based on insurance. it is not necessary to put Atleast 5 questions related to insurance??

  10. REASONING -30, MATHS -18, COMPUTER-29, GK- 21 TO 24, OVERALL ATTEMPTS 100 OUT OF 120, NONE QUESTION IS WRONG AFTER CHECK, BUT NOT SURE IF HUMAN ERROR OCCUR IN 1 OR 2 QUESTION IN REASONING, WHAT ABOUT MY CHANCE

  11. I had an attempt of 100 questions out of 120 (as reqd)..Rea(30), Maths(22) Comps(26) GA(22).GA section was a bit tough..out of all I got 8 questions wrong in GA and 6 in Comps. Are there be any chances for me..?

    • Normalisation takes place through percentile basis
      Mtlb topper jitna mark rakhega wohise percentile calculate hoga
      Aur tumhara accuracy agar 100% raha to per section 3-4 mark add hojayega minimum tumhara overall score me

  12. So we will have different cutoffs for different days and der won’t be any single cutoff without normalisation?These cutoffs which u mentioned are without normalisation right?

  13. Hii can anyone remember computer section questions from 13 march n post here? Kuch doubts clear karne the…..when should d result b declared?

  14. my exam was on 6(slot 1) my attempts are as follow:-maths 30,reasoning 29 (last 25 min m ek puzzle laga bura fas gya tha m us ques m akhri min chal raha tha when i locked my last 4 answer of that puzzle akhri ko mark karne ka time hi nahi mila but i m so so happy ),comp-30,g.k-19,eng-20……

        • Why did you attempt that much in English? English score will not be counted. It’s a matter of just qualify.
          The main problem many students don’t think of is accuracy is very important. That’s why many people are questioning why they didn’t success even if they did more correct answers when compared to shortlisted people.

          @Akshy Jain, do you agree? And GA section was a bit tougher in the morning session of 13th exam.

  15. Please any1 guide me with the expected sectional general cutoff please??? Any1 any idea s please friends?

  16. sir i have done
    maths–30 (100% correct)
    res-30 (100% correct)
    com-30 ( 1 wrong found)
    res-21 (7 wrong found)

    expecting 255-260

    i think cut off to be 230 and safe score to be 260

  17. My LIC AAO exam date is 12th March, but everywhere date mentioned is 13th March. I’m little worried, I even mailed ibps regarding confirmation for my exam date but there is no reply from ibps till this evening. What should I do? Does anyone here has exam date 12th march?

  18. I suppose the cut off predicated is not very up to the mark ……i was expecting it to be higher anyways you ppl r expect and may know better bt that my point of view after attempting the exam in the 1st shift …..the lower the better anyways for me …….

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