IBPS RRB Clerk mains exam was held on 20th October 2019. Aspirants who have gone through the IBPS RRB Clerk mains examination must be feeling relaxed after the examination. All those student who are about to give other banking examination or waiting to appear for the IBPS RRB examination in 2020 must be eager to know about the IBPS RRB Clerk exam details and the legacy left by the examination. If you are a banking aspirant or want to prepare for banking examination in the near future, you must look into the IBPS RRB Clerk mains exam analysis as it will give you the idea of topics and questions thrown by the banking exam these days.
IBPS RRB Clerk mains exam 2019 level was moderate. Only few questions were difficult and the reasoning section was quite tricky. This article is dedicated to provide you with the banking exam question trends in the ongoing scenario. The month of October was lined up with so many examinations. Now, we are left with LIC Assistant, IBPS PO mains, RBI Grade B, IBPS Clerk, etc exams whose preparation demands a well planned strategy and consistency.
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Every exam gives a definite outcomes and lesson to student who either fails or are preparing for the upcoming examination. If we look at banking examination, the pattern and syllabus is almost equivalent. So, go through this take away article to know everything IBPS RRB Clerk mains exam has introduced.
There are a total of 200 questions and a composite time of 2 hours in the IBPS RRB Clerk exam. As per the student’s review, the number of good attempts in the exam was 139-152 questions. This means the competition is very high as question paper was of moderate level. Candidate before going to any competitive examination must look for exam pattern of the particular examination. We have given section-wise details of the IBPS RRB Clerk mains that can help you in preparing yourself for the upcoming examination. We hope you perform well in the forthcoming examination with the help of this takeaway.
The Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability section has the highest weightage in the examination and carries 100 marks in total out of 200. According to the review, the quants section was difficult to moderate in level. There were 4 set of DI in the examination and if we look into other exam, we have DI as the mains scoring topic these days. So, candidates are advised to prepare accordingly. The other scoring topic was quantity and general ones like Train Based, Boat & Stream, CI and SI, Profit & Loss, Time and Work, Partnership, Age Based, Mensuration etc.
The Reasoning section carries a total of 50 marks out of 200 and has 40 questions. The reasoning section was quite easy in comparison to quants. So, practicing few areas like puzzle, seating arrangement, direction, coding-decoding, blood relation, alphabet based, etc can help you in sailing through abny banking and aptitude examination.
The English and Hindi section was optional in nature. Candidate can choose either Hindi or English. Also both these section were having easy questions that requires little effort. Just going through the basics of grammar can sail you through the section. Choose the section that can help you are well versed with because the English and Hindi are the one that are the most error prone.
General Awareness section was the most dynamic of all in this year’s IBPS RRB Clerk exam. There were more questions from the current affairs than static. So, candidates should keep a eagle eyes’s on what is going around for the upcoming examination as banking exam is picking up the trend of ongoing events questions.
The level of Computer Awaremess was very basic most of the questions basic knowledge of computer & its application. Some of the questions/topics asked: MS Office, Shortcut Key, Binary to Decimal, Operating System, MAC Address, and Common Pointing Device.
Bankersadda wishes you all the best for the upcoming examination. We hope you reach the destination and achieve zenith of your life. The bank exam is gaining popularity with every passing year and so the level of exam is increasing. We hope this IBPS RRB Clerk exam takeaway helps you in preparing for the futher examination.