IBPS RRB Office Assistant Prelims Exam Analysis, Review 2018: 19th August- 3rd Slot

IBPS RRB Office Assistant Prelims Exam Analysis, Review 2018: 19th August- 1st Slot

Dear students, with IBPS RRB Office Assistant 2018, the banking aspirants across India have got another opportunity to make a headway in their career with a public sector bank in the country. The notification for the examination to be held for this recruitment process was released in the month of June and today is the 2nd day of IBPS RRB Office Assistant Prelims Examination 2018. The level of questions given in the exam was easy but a huge number of students apply and appear for this examination every year and that's the reason why the fight to get through it is real tough. So, it's a must for one to get down to the nitty-gritty so as to be prepared with the best strategy to deal with this examination. 

Here is the detailed analysis of today's 3rd shift of IBPS RRB Office Assistant Prelims Examination by Adda247 that discusses in detail the pattern and types of questions asked in the two sections viz. Quantitative Aptitude Section and Reasoning Ability Section. This analysis will help students get an insight into the difficulty level, types of questions asked in today's examination and questions that could be asked in the upcoming shifts of this examination. The overall difficulty level of this examination was Easy-Moderate. Let's move forward to the section-wise analysis of IBPS RRB Office Assistant Prelims Examination 2018.

IBPS RRB Office Assistant Exam Analysis 2018: Section-wise Analysis

SubjectGood Attempts
Reasoning Ability33-37
Quantitative Aptitude34-38

Quantitative Aptitude (Easy-Moderate)

The level of this section was easy-moderate and. With good accuracy students can easily score in this section of IBPS RRB Clerk Prelims Exam

Following types of DIs were asked in this shift:
  • Tabular
  • Caselet

No. of Questions
Data Interpretation
Data Sufficiency
Missing Number Series
Arithmetic Word Problems

Reasoning (Easy-Moderate)

The level of reasoning section was also Easy-Moderate. There were a total of 2 sets of Puzzles and Seating Arrangements. Following are the types of Puzzles and Seating Arrangement asked in the Exam:
  • Linear Seating Arrangement, double line, 8 people
  • Box based puzzle, 7 boxes

TopicsNo. of QuestionsLevel
Puzzles and Seating Arrangement10Moderate
Inequality 5Moderate
Data Sufficiency5Easy-Moderate
Direction Sense5Moderate
Coding Decoding5Easy-Moderate
Numeric Series5Moderate
Alpha-numeric 5Easy-Moderate

All the Best for upcoming Shifts!