javascript:void(0) IBPS PO Prelims Expected Cut Off - 3rd Slot Afternoon Session 03.10.2015 ~ Bank Exams

IBPS PO Prelims Expected Cut Off - 3rd Slot Afternoon Session 03.10.2015

EVENING SHIFT 3rd Slot (3rd OCTOBER 2015) ANALYSIS OF IBPS PO PRELIMS

As you all know that IBPS PO Prelims 2015 was flagged off from today. The 60 minutes test is being conducted in four time slots and there will be one fourth or 0.25 marks will be deducted for every incorrect answer. For the convenience of our visitors here we are providing a detailed analysis of the evening shift i.e. third slot of the 1st day of IBPS PO prelims.

It has been ascertained from candidate’s assessment that overall the level of the exam was Moderate. The pattern of the question paper compared to the other two shifts were comparatively more or less same.

SECTION
QUESTIONS/MARKS
LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY
GOOD ATTEMPTS
MAX. TIME TAKEN (Minutes)
Quantitative Aptitude
35 questions/35 marks
Moderate
14-16
25 minutes
Reasoning
35 questions/35 marks
Easy to Moderate
20-22
20 minutes
English Language
30 questions/30 marks
Moderate
15-17
15 minutes

For a good attempt in this exam students should have attempted 45-50 questions. 

Sectional analysis of Exam:

Quantitative Aptitude : Data Interpretation (line graph, table, pie chart, paragraph) – 2 sets -10 questions and quite lengthy and time consuming, Quadratic equations and Number series – 10 questions, Others – 15 questions

Reasoning: 5-5 questions from each syllogism, Inequality & Coding-Decoding, 15 questions in 3 sets from Puzzles and arrangement and rest of the questions from Logical reasoning.

English/Hindi Language: It consist all the parts such as Reading comprehension, cloze test, Fillers, Sentence correction, Para jumbled and consists easy to moderate questions but Reading comprehension was the toughest part.

Good score

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 main exam. Now, based on the exam analysis it seems to be that if a candidate scoring overall 45-50 questions there will be chance for them to be called for the Main exam.

Expected cut off

By reviewing and analyzing all the sections and from our readers comments the predicted cut off will be overall around 45-50 marks. However, there will be increase or decrease in the cut off according to upcoming shifts of the exam.

Kindly Note: The information provide here is just indicative information and is provided on “as is” and “as available” basis. We make no claims on accuracy and reliability of the information. 
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