IBPS RRB PO Prelims Exam Analysis, Review 2018: 11th August - 4th Slot


Dear students, with IBPS RRB PO 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 1st day of IBPS RRB PO Prelims Examination 2018. 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 4th shift of IBPS RRB PO 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 moderate. Let's move forward to the section-wise analysis of IBPS RRB PO Prelims Examination 2018.

IBPS RRB PO Exam Analysis 2018: Section-wise Analysis


SubjectGood Attempts
Reasoning Ability26-29
Quantitative Aptitude27-30
Total53-57

Quantitative Aptitude (Moderate and Calculative)

The level of this section was Moderate and the questions were calculative. Questions based on Quantity 1 and Quantity 2 in a preliminary level examination took everyone by surprise.

Following types of DIs were asked in this shift:
  • 2 Mix DIs (Table + Bar Graph)
  • 1 Caselet

Topics
No. of Questions
Level
Data Interpretation
15
Moderate
Approximation
5
Moderate
Wrong Number Series
5
Moderate
Quantity-1, Quantity-2
5
Moderate
Arithmetic Word Problems
10
Moderate
Total
40

Moderate

Reasoning (Moderate)

The level of reasoning section was Moderate. There were sets of Puzzles that are as follows:
  • Circular Puzzle (8 people, 3 of them facing center and 5 facing outside)
  • A puzzle based on Days, People and Movies
  • Linear Puzzle (10 people sitting in a row facing north)
  • Box-based puzzle (11 boxes)
TopicsNo. of QuestionsLevel
Puzzles and Seating Arrangement20Moderate
Syllogism5Moderate
Blood Relation4Moderate
Inequalities4Moderate
Data Sufficiency3Moderate
Direction3Moderate
Alphabets-based1Moderate
Total40Moderate