As we all know IBPS Clerk mains exams are going to be held on 28 February 2021. All those students who are going to appear in the examination, we hope that you all are going well with their preparation. These last few days are meant for the revision and we hope you all are giving the mock test daily. To help up in your preparation, we are introducing a new drive in which we will be providing all our aspirants the previous year’s papers of IBPS Clerk Mains examination.
The IBPS Clerk Mains examination will consist of 4 sections of a total of 200 marks for which candidates will be given a time of total 160 minutes. This is the last stage of recruitment. So, attempt the previous year papers of IBPS Clerk Mains examination.
Today, in this article we will be providing you the link through which you can attempt the previous year’s papers through the app and web as well.
Importance of Previous Year’s Papers
Why is it important to attempt the previous year’s papers? It is because, if you will attempt the questions of the previous year’s papers, you will get familiar with the question asked and the difficulty level of the question, and as well it will help you in improving your speed and accuracy.
Today, we are providing you the previous year’s questions for the years 2016 and 2017.
The following are the direct links to attempt the SBI PO Previous Years’ Papers on Adda247 App and web and to attempt the question paper from the app you are required to log in or sign up first for the same.
|Exam||App Link||Web Link|
|IBPS Clerk Mains 2016 Paper||Click here to attempt IBPS Clerk Mains 2016 paper||Click here to attempt IBPS Clerk Mains 2016 paper|
|IBPS Clerk Mains 2017 Paper||Click here to attempt IBPS Clerk Mains 2017 paper||Click here to attempt IBPS Clerk Mains 2017 paper|
After attempting the question paper, you will get the following things:
- Your All India rank and score
- Summary of Questions Distribution- Correct, Wrong and Unanswered
- Detailed solutions for each question
- Details of your percentile, accuracy and attempted percentage
- Section-wise Report- full analysis
- Details of Top Rankers