IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam Analysis: 2 December 2017


Hi Readers,
Many of you have appeared for IBPS Clerk Pre exam today. Here is the overall exam analysis of all slots. The students were given 100 questions to be solved in 60 minutes. The papers seemed easy to many students but English section brought a surprise with difficult questions like RC Passage, new pattern error detection and other questions. Overall, the exam varied between moderate to difficult questions.

There was three Section :-
Subject
Ideal Attempt
Time allotment
English Language
14-19
14-16 mins
Reasoning Ability
26-32
22-23 mins
Quantitative Aptitude
21-26
22-23 mins
Total
61-77
60 mins

Quantitative Aptitude:-

Difficulty level:- Easy-Moderate
Only one tabular DI was asked in the exam, and other questions were based on numeric ability. Profit loss, averages, ages, ratio proportion, SI and CI problems were easy.
Total Questions:- 35
Topic
No. of questions
Series
5
Simplification
15
Data interpretation
5
Miscellaneous (Time and distance, Profit & Loss, Time and work, Simple & Compound interest, Problems based on ages etc.
10

English Language:-

Difficulty level:- Moderate-Difficult
Total questions:- 30
As stated in the introduction, this section was difficult and questions were based on new pattern. No story based RC was there. No question was based on vocabulary. Cloze test had two possible answers and students were baffled to see that.
Topic
No. of questions
Reading Comprehension
5
Single Filler
5
Errors
8
Phase Replacement
12

Reasoning Ability:

Difficulty level:- Easy
Total questions:- 35
There were 3 Sitting arrangement/puzzles sets. Other questions like syllogism, inequality were easy.
This section was a relief to students as it had easy questions.
Topic
No. of questions
Inequalities
3
Series(Numeric + Alplabetic)
9
Sitting Arrangement
15
Miscellaneous
6
Alphabet Coding
2
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