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IBPS RRB Officer CWE Evening Shift Analysis - Expected Cut Off Score

ANALYSIS OF IBPS RRB OFFICER SCALE EXAM EVENING SHIFT (5th Sept’2015): In this article we are going to provide you a review and analysis of 5th September 2015 Evening shift. After a long wait today IBPS RRB Officer Scale exam was conducted all over India. Some of you might have an idea after reading the analysis of morning shift as the level was a bit high as compared to last year IBPS RRB Officer Scale exam. So, let’s discuss the sectional wise analysis of Second shift 5th September’ 2015 IBPS RRB PO 2015.

According to feedback shared by our readers we are able to analyze the exam and the exam was DIFFICULT as compared to the morning shift exam and for a good attempt one should attempt 115-125 questions. However different section has different level of difficulty. The overall analysis will be:

SECTION
QUESTIONS/MARKS
LEVEL
GOOD ATTEMPT
MAX. TIME
Quantitative Aptitude
40 questions/50 marks
Moderate
20-22
33 minutes
Reasoning
40 questions/50 marks
Difficult
20-23
35 minutes
English Language/ Hindi Language
40 questions/40 marks
Moderate to difficult
24-26
30 minutes
Computer Knowledge
40 questions/20 marks
Easy
30-32
10 minutes
General Awareness
40 questions/40 marks
Moderate
23-25
12 minutes

SECTIONAL WISE ANALYSIS:

Now, let’s analyze sectional wise difficulty level of the questions asked. When we compare all the sections from previous year’s exam all of them were of high level, which indicates that the pattern and level of exam in RRB has been raised this year in comparison to the last year. The Reasoning section was Difficult, English Section was moderate to difficult, General Awareness was moderate, Computer was easy but the Quantitative section was moderate. The sectional wise analysis of questions is as follows for the benefit of our visitors.

REASONING:

Topic
Number of questions
Difficulty Level
Syllogism
5 questions
Moderate to Difficult
Statement and Assumptions
5 questions
Moderate
Seating arrangement
5 questions
Difficult
Puzzle
10 questions
Moderate to Difficult
Inequality
5 questions
Moderate
Blood relations, Coding Decoding, Alphanumeric series etc.
10 questions
Easy to Moderate

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE:

Topic
Number of questions
Difficulty Level
Number series
5 questions
Moderate
Quadratic Equations
5 questions
Moderate
Data Interpretation
15 questions
Moderate to Difficult
Profit and loss, CI, SI, Speed, Distance, Time, Ages etc.
15 questions
Moderate

ENGLISH / HINDI LANGUAGE:

Topic
Number of questions
Difficulty Level
Reading Comprehension  
10 questions
Moderate
Cloze test
10 questions
Moderate to Difficult
Fill in the blanks
5 questions
Moderate
Sentence Errors
5 questions
Moderate
Para jumble
5 questions
Moderate to Difficult
Spelling Error
5 questions
Moderate

COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE:

From this section the questions asked were based on computer basics, internet, text formatting of paragraphs, Computer shortcuts as well as about file transfer, web search, E-mail, Input-Output Devices, Application Software, Memory, Software, Hard ware, Networking, DBMS and software application .Overall this section was easiest among all the sections and candidates may get good marks very easily.


The questions asked were mainly from last 6 months current affairs as well as some of the questions are based on static General knowledge such Bhutan currency, International Nonviolence Day, ILO headquarter etc.

Based on this analysis expected category wise cut off will be:
100-105: General Candidates
95-98: OBC candidates
82-85: SC candidates
62-65: ST candidates

These are however minimum cut off levels to qualify the exams. Any score above 115-120 will be a safe score to qualify.


Disclaimer: All information on cut-offs, analysis, answer key and scores are based on independent analysis and evaluation provided by our readers. We do not take responsibility for any decision that might be taken, based on this information. 
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