javascript:void(0) IBPS RRB Scale I Exam analysis 12.09.2015 - Morning shift ~ Bank Exams

IBPS RRB Scale I Exam analysis 12.09.2015 - Morning shift

IBPS RRB Scale I Exam analysis 12.09.2015 - Morning shift
Like last week, here we are again providing the detailed analysis of the latest IBPS RRB Bank Exams. As you all know that from last week IBPS has started conducting CWE for officer scale in various RRBs. This is the second week for IBPS RRB exams. IBPS RRB Exams were started from 5th September onwards at different location. Last week IBPS conducted RRB exams on Saturday and Sunday i.e. 5th & 6th September 2015 and we also come up with the analysis of last week for you. Here we are providing IBPS RRB officer scale Exam analysis for September 12, 2015 Morning Shift.

OVERALL ANALYSIS OF EXAM:

SECTION
QUES. / MARKS
DIFFICULTY LEVEL
GOOD ATTEMPTS
DURATION
Quantitative Aptitude
40/50
Difficult
17-20
40 min
Reasoning
40/50
Easy to Moderate
23-25
40 min
English/Hindi language
40/40
Easy to Moderate
26-28
20 min
General awareness
40/40
Moderate
28-32
10 min
Computer awareness
40/20
Easy
32-34
10 min

Last week the paper was quite tough when compared to this week and there was a kind of disappointment among the students regarding the number of attempts. But today the students who attended the exam are quite happy with their performance because the paper was bit simple and easy to attempt. But, today also solving the Quantitative part was not an easy job as the questions asked were very calculative and difficult.

Sectional analysis of Exam:

In the Reasoning section, puzzles and Seating arrangement proved to be the confusion one and the rest of the section was easy. Quantitative Aptitude section was dominated by very calculative questions based on Data Interpretation, Series, and Quadratic Equations etc. and proved to be the difficult one. English/Hindi language consist all the parts such as Reading comprehension, Cloze test, Fillers, Sentence correction, Para jumble and the section will be easy to moderate. General Awareness & Computer knowledge section were similar to the last weekend exam and students have managed to do sufficient number of questions in lesser time.


After the exam the question arises in the mind of all the candidates was that what a good score is so that one can be called for the interview. Now, based on the exam analysis it seems to be that if a candidate attempt overall 125-135 questions with 85 – 90% accuracy there will be chance for them to be called for the interview.

What will be the expected cut off to qualify the exam?

By reviewing and analyzing all the sections and from our readers comments the predicted cut off will be overall around 110-120 marks. However, there will be increase or decrease in the cut off according to upcoming shifts of the exam.
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