IBPS RRB Clerk Mains 2018: Expected Level of the Examination

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Are you wondering what can be expected in IBPS RRB Office Assistant Mains, this Sunday? The IBPS RRB Clerk Mains examination is going to take place on 7th October, which leaves all aspirants with just 5 days to add the final touch to their preparation. IBPS has already conducted the Mains examination for RRB Officer Scale-I recruitment and candidates who appeared for the examination reported changes in level of Hindi Language, Computer Awareness and General Awareness section. 

Will IBPS RRB Clerk Mains be a tough nut to crack? What changes can be expected in the GA Section? Is the level of Hindi Language same as last year's Exam?

In this article, we'll be discussing all these questions by analyzing the changes observed in sections of IBPS RRB PO Mains. When it comes to the question of what can be expected in an upcoming banking recruitment exam, the best way to deduce an answer is to analyse the trend being set up by recent exams and comparing it with the last year's examination of the same level and cadre.

Increased Difficulty Level of the Hindi Language Section.

Yes, this year there has been an increase in the difficulty level of the Hindi Language section in RRB PO Mains, and it is quite possible that you may see a similar pattern in questions of this section in upcoming IBPS RRB Clerk Mains exam. The section was lengthy when compared to last year's RRB PO Mains exam. You can expect a major portion of this section to contain various vocabulary based questions in different format like Cloze Test, Identifying the incorrect word, Filler, Antonym/Synonym, and Word Replacement. The best approach to deal with a section containing lengthy questions is devote time to read the directions carefully and avoid taking chances while marking answers.

Changes seen in General Awareness and Computer Knowledge Sections.

Upon analyzing the current trend set up by recent banking exams, we can conclude that now it is important for aspirants to go through current affairs of past 5 to 6 months. This year, be it the case of BOB PGDBF, IBPS RRB PO Mains or any other Exam, the current affairs were mostly asked from the previous 5 to 6 Months and as a result student find the section tough. So you can expect the same for upcoming IBPS RRB Clerk Mains Exam. Click here to download The Hindu Reviews of last 5 months and GA Study Material for IBPS RRB Clerk Mains Exam. There was also a change in the level of questions asked in the Computer Knowledge section, the questions were lengthy and the section covered all important topics of Computer Knowledge like Networking, The Internet, MS Office, Basic concepts of OOPS. So for IBPS RRB Clerk Mains, brush up your knowledge of terms and important protocols related to the subject.

No major change in Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability and English Language Sections

There have been no major change in level or pattern of questions asked in these three sections in IBPS RRB PO Mains and other recently held examinations. You may find one section a bit tougher or easier than the other but the types of questions being asked are of the conventional pattern set for banking examinations. For IBPS RRB Clerk Mains you can expect a similar pattern with 3-4 sets of DI in Quantitative  Aptitude, near about 10 questions of Miscellaneous Arithmetic Word Problems, Quadratic Equation and Inequalities and Data Sufficiency. In reasoning ability section there can be 3- 4 sets of Puzzle and Seating Arrangement, questions based on logical reasoning and the miscellaneous portion.

Do not panic, its time for you to revise and brush up your skills rather than mugging up concepts and formulas. Practice as much as you can to develop speed and correct approach. At the end, remember your dedication and hard work will surely pay off... you just have to be confident and patient!!





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All the Best for IBPS RRB Clerk Mains!!

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