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IBPS PO Cut Off 2015 - Analysis of the 2nd Slot 4th October 2015

IBPS PO CUT OFF and ANALYSIS OF PRELIMS EXAMINATION 2nd  SLOT (04-10-2015)

In this post we are going to provide you detailed analysis as well as expected cut off of the 2nd slot examination of IBPS PO which was held on 04.10.2015. Lacs of students have already appeared in this most popular banking exam and now the common query among the students is about IBPS PO cut off.

As you all know that IBPS PO Prelims 2015 was flagged off from 03.10.2015 and on the first two days there are four slots on each day for this exam.

IBPS PO cut off will depend upon various factors such as negative marking as there will be one fourth or 0.25 marks will be deducted for every incorrect answer, hence those who will handle the negative marking wisely will likely to score more and will have more chance to clear IBPS PO cut off. Apart from that there are various other factors which affect the cut off in any competitive examination such as level of question paper, number of vacancies etc.

So or the convenience of our visitors here we are providing a detailed analysis of the 2nd slot as well as expected IBPS PO Cut Off for this particular slot.

It has been ascertained from candidate’s assessment that overall the level of the exam by and large range from Moderate. The pattern of the question paper compared to the 1st slot and yesterday’s shift was comparatively same.

SN
Section
Total
Questions
Maximum
Marks
Level of
Difficulty
Good
attempts
Time Taken (in min)
1
Quantitative
Aptitude
35
35
Moderate
13-15
25
2
Reasoning
Ability
35
35
Easy to Moderate
17-20
20
3
English
Language
30
30
Moderate
16-18
15

We have so far received thousands of feedback from our visitors and most of the students were of the view that as in the earlier papers of IBPS PO this year, yet again, the quantitative aptitude section turned out as a tough nut to crack. Questions were lengthy and time consuming, especially Data Interpretation. General feedback from the students is that it took a lot of time to solve this section as compared to other sections. The candidates had a tough time working against the clock to attempt all the sections.

As far as English section was concerned it was reported to be a lengthy one as Reading comprehension questions, which students feared, dominated this section. Other questions in the English section were quite easy and the students had no problem in handling them.

Reasoning was again somewhat time consuming however it was not so time consuming as was the Quantitative Aptitude paper. The standard of the questions of the reasoning paper was of easy to moderate level.

Overall the exam has MODERATE level of difficulty. But, if a candidate attempt 43-48 then there will be good chance for them to clear this exam.

Expected IBPS PO cut off: Now the questions come that what can be the expected IBPS PO cut off for this slot. In competitive exams it is not easy to predict cut off due to various reasons explained above however based on previous experience we can say that any score above 48 will give a clear chance to candidate to move to the next level. This is not minimum cut off here we are talking about the minimum cut off to qualify the exam. So don’t get confuse with the minimum cut off.

Therefore we hope that after reading this article now you must have a good idea about the IBPS PO cut off for the preliminary examination.

We wish you all the very best for you preparation and for the main examination.




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