As we all know, the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection has released the notification for the recruitment of IBPS RRB Clerk. All the candidates who are waiting for this recruitment can apply for the same till 28 June 2021. Candidates have to score more than the cut-off marks set up by the recruitment board in order to get the final selection. The IBPS RRB Clerk selection is done based on the prelims examination and mains examination.
Today, in this article we are going to provide you the cut-off trends for the IBPS RRB Clerk prelims examination of the past three years, which will be helpful for all the candidates in identifying the difficulty level, and the competition of the examination. The IBPS RRB Clerk prelims exam will consist of the two sections, which will be of 80 marks containing the reasoning and quantitative aptitude subjects. Candidates have to qualify for more than the cut-off marks in order to get the selection. Read the below article, to get detailed information about the IBPS RRB Clerk’s previous year’s cut-off trends.
IBPS RRB Clerk Cut Off: Factors that decide the Cutoff
As mentioned above, are providing you the cut-off trends of the past three years, which will help the candidates in identifying the difficulty level and the number of questions they are required to attempt to qualify for the examination and to score more than the cut-off set up by the board. The cut off trend is based on the two following factors:
- Number of Vacancies: This factor influences the total number of vacancies released by the IBPS for the IBPS RRB Clerk recruitment. An increase or decrease in the vacancies can fluctuate and influence the cut-off.
- Level Of Difficulty: The second factor is the difficulty level of the examinations. When the exam seems to be easy, the cut-off increases, and simultaneously the more exam will be tough, the less cut-off will be released by the recruitment board.
- Number of candidates appearing in the examination.
IBPS RRB Cut Off Trend: 2018, 2019, 2020
The below chart highlights the cut off trend of IBPS RRB Clerk for the past three years which will be helpful for all the aspirants who will appear in the IBPS RRB Clerk exam 2021.
The above-mentioned chart showcase the cut off trends of IBPS RRB Clerk prelims examination of the year 2020, 2019 and 2018. As per the trend, the cut-off for the year 2020 was more than 2019, which implies that the difficulty level of the exam was less than that of 2019. Similarly, the cut-off for the year 2019 was more than 2018 except for Himachal Pradesh.
IBPS RRB Clerk Prelims: Cut Off 2018-2020
The table below mentioned the detailed information of the IBPS Clerk Prelims cut-offs for the year 2018-2020 which will give you a clear image of the level of the examinations.
|General Cut Off Trend|
|Name of the States||2018||2019||2020|
|Jammu & Kashmir||70||–||73.5|