IBPS has conducted IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam for Day 1 (7th December 2019). Now, IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam will be held tomorrow i.e., 8th December 2019. All those who are about to appear for the same must be looking for some last-minute tips that will help an aspirant to sail through the upcoming shifts of IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam. We understand your concern so in order to help you in cracking the examination, we are giving you key takeaways from IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam.
IBPS Clerk Prelims Examination has generally moderate to high difficulty level. This year, the Prelims Exam was of moderate level. The paper was not at all difficult and those who have practiced well must be in a position to crack the examination. Obviously, IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam Cut-Off will go high. However, students must be little confused due tot the nature of the questions in the examination. IBPS Clerk Prelims has 3 sections in total: Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and English. The order of the sections asked in the IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam was as follows:
Take a look on the overall good attempts in IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam:
|Subject||Good Attempt||Time (in min.)|
|English Language||22-26||20 minutes|
|Quantitative Aptitude||21-26||20 minutes|
|Reasoning Ability||28-33||20 minutes|
Section-Wise Key Takeaways
English: The level of English Language was Moderate through out the IBPS Clerk Prelims of 7th December. The scoring topics were Reading Comprehension, Fillers, Para Jumbles, Error Detection, etc. Reading Comprehension (RC) has the highest weightage. The topic of RC in shift 1 was animals, predators and environment, for shift 2 was Troposphere, and for shift 3 was artificial leaf (silicon chip relelated). The level of reading comprehension was easy to moderate. There were 2-3 questions of vocabulary in RC. The parajumbles and error detection was easy in nature.
Quantitative Aptitude: The level of Quant was also moderate. The scoring topics were DI, Simplification & Approximation, Number Series, Word Problems, etc. Students were able to attempt more than 20 questions out of 35 questions. The DI forms the major portion of Quant in IBPS Clerk Exam. Candidates are advised to go through the exam analysis thoroughly.
Reasoning: The level of reasoning out of the box was easy. There were different puzzles and Seating Arrangement which are given below:- Box Based Puzzle, Circular Seating Arrangement and Linear Seating arrangement. Candidates were able to attempt more than 27 questions out of 35 that is a very decent number. The scoring topics were Puzzles, Seating Arrangement, Direction, Blood Realation, Syllogism.
Aspirants who are all set to appear for IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam tomorrow, must go through the IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam Analysis and key takeaways that will comprehensively guide them to achieve success through the examination that is to be held on 8th December 2019.
All the best!