IBPS RRB PO & Clerk Good Attempts- IBPS has released the admit cards for IBPS RRB PO Prelims exam and the online examination will take place on 12th and 13th September 2020. Only two days left for the exam and it is time for students to add a finishing touch to their preparation by working more on their speed and accuracy and going through previous years’ paper and cut offs to get an idea about what they should expect for this year. To help you out here we are providing a detailed analysis of expected good attempts for IBPS RRB PO and Clerk Prelims exam along with a comparison of previous years’ cut offs.
There are many factors that determine the number of good attempts and in this space we will be considering all those factors. One of the important factor that is mainly responsible to decide the number of good attempts is the level of exam which varies directly with the number of good attempts and also the average performance of the students. Normalization is another factor that plays an important role and hence one can get an idea about the number of good attempts based on the previous year Cut-off and Vacancies and in this we will be mentioning the same and will give you a comprehensive analysis. Let’s take a look.
IBPS RRB 2018-19: Previous Year’s Vacancies
|Year||IBPS RRB PO||IBPS RRB Clerk|
Number of good attempts as well as cut-off varies greatly based on the number of vacancies. If the number of vacancies are higher in one state then the good attempts will be low and vice- versa
IBPS RRB 2018-19: Previous Year’s Good Attempts
|Year||IBPS RRB PO||IBPS RRB Clerk|
Given above is the previous year’s Good attempts for IBPS RRB PO & IBPS RRB Clerk for the past two years. This was the generalize good attempts for all the shifts though you can add +5 or -5 as per your state. IBPS RRB PO & IBPS RRB Clerk good attempts varies state wise as well. Good attempts in 2019 were higher than 2018 good attempts because the competition is tough and increasing and hence this year also you can expect the good attempts to be somewhere around the above mentioned good attempts.
IBPS RRB PO: Previous Year’s Cut-Off
Given below is the IBPS RRB PO previous year’s cut off for your better understanding that how it plays an important role in next year’s good attempts:
|State||Cut-off 2018||Cut-Off 2019|
|Jammu & Kashmir||47.25||55.25|
As you can see that the cut-off for the 2019 year was more than the cut-off in 2018, One of the reason for this could be the level of exam. The good attempts in 2018 was less that’s may be because the level of exam was of higher than the level of exam in 2019. Another factor could be the number of vacancies. The cut-off is higher in those states where the vacancies have been reduced in comparison to the last year.
IBPS RRB Clerk: Previous Year Cut Off
Given below is the last two years cut-off for IBPS RRB Clerk Prelims. This will help you in better understanding of the number of good attempts one must aim for this year’s exam:
|State||Cut-off 2018||Cut Off 2019|
As we can see that in case of IBPS RRB Clerk as well, the cut-off has only risen. The factors are same namely: level of exam, vacancies in that particular state etc. It’s hardly observed that that if the vacancies were same in a state over the past two, the cut off has still not dropped thus showing the tough competition.
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IBPS RRB 2020: Expected Good Attempts
Now, that we have considered almost all the factors that plays an important role in determining the IBPS RRB good attempts. We can say that number of good attempts will be more this year in comparison to the last year even if your State has more vacancies than previous year reason being that even if the vacancies are more in your state, the competition has only risen and it’s better to be at safe side.
We are giving you the expected good attempts for IBPS RRB 2020 Prelims Exams, you can add +5 or -5 based on your own state:
|Subject||IBPS RRB PO||IBPS RRB Clerk|
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