IBPS PO Prelims 2017 Exam Analysis – 75+ Memory Based Questions [All Slots]

IBPS PO Exam Analysis

 

 

Hello Aspirants,

 

Are you waiting for the questions asked in the IBPS PO 2017 Prelims Exam?

 

Well! IBPS has successfully conducted the IBPS PO Recruitment Exam on 7th and 8th October. Candidates, who are waiting to appear in the upcoming sessions, might be very eager to know the exam analysis of IBPS PO paper held in the previous session.

 

In this article, Eduncle team has come up with the complete Exam Review with important topics, no. of good attempts, Expected IBPS PO 2017 Cut Off Marks and most asked questions on 7th  and 8th October.

 

The next round for the IBPS PO 2017 Exam will be held on 14th and 15th October 2017.

 

 

 

IBPS PO Exam Review 2017 – Highlights of Prelims!

 

The IBPS PO Exam comprises three sections in its Prelims Exam i.e. English Language, Reasoning Ability, and Quantitative Aptitude.

 

The IBPS PO Prelims Exam 2017 was difficult as compared to the last year and the difficulty level was moderate.

 

Some questions based on new pattern were asked in each section. The paper was based on SBI Paper Pattern and some new type of Error Detection questions were asked in the English Section.

 

The IBPS PO Prelims Exam was held in four slots. Total number of questions were 100 and each question carry one mark. The exam duration was 1 hour.

 

 

 

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IBPS PO 2017 Overall Exam Analysis – 7th October

 

 

If you are going to appear in the upcoming sessions of IBPS PO 2017, go through the exam analysis of each section, we have intimated below.

 

It will help you to get an idea about how many questions you should attempt to secure minimum qualifying marks. Here are the good attempts to crack the IBPS PO Prelims Exam:

 

 

Section  Good Attempts
English Language 12-16
Reasoning Ability 16-22
Quantitative Aptitude 17-21
Total 54-59

 

 

 

Details of Questions Asked with Difficulty Level:

IBPS PO Exam Analysis for English Language

 

The difficulty level of the English Section was moderate to difficult. The questions from Error Detection were based on new pattern.

 

 

Topics Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Reading Comprehension 10 Moderate- Difficult
Phrase Replacement 10 Difficult
Error Detection 10 Difficult

 

 

IBPS PO Exam Analysis for Reasoning Ability

 

There was slight change in the pattern of the questions asked in different slots. Questions from Syllogism were asked in the 1st and 3rd slot, while Coding Decoding questions were asked in the 2nd and 4th slot. The difficulty level was moderate to difficult.

 

 

Topics Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Syllogism 5 Moderate-Difficult
Inequity 5 Moderate
Seating Arrangement & Puzzles 20 Difficult
Coding Decoding 5 Moderate-Difficult
Machine Input Output 5 Moderate
Number Arrangement and Ranking 2 Moderate-Difficult
Direction Sense 1 Moderate
Blood Relation 2 Moderate

 

 

 

IBPS PO Exam Analysis for Quantitative Aptitude

 

This section was of moderate to difficult level. Some changes were observed in all the shifts from the other. The Quadratic Equation questions were asked in the 1st and 2nd shift whereas the Number Series questions were asked in other shifts.

 

Data Interpretation questions were based on the line and tabular chart.

 

 

Topics Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Data Interpretation 12 Calculative and Difficult
Quadratic Equations 5 Moderate
Number Series 5 Moderate-Difficult
Approximation 6 Moderate
Discount 2 Moderate-Difficult
Profit & Loss 2 Moderate
Mixture and Allegation 2 Moderate-Difficult
Time and Work 1 Moderate
Boat and Stream 1 Moderate-Difficult
Average 1 Moderate
Problems on Ages 1 Moderate
Compound Interest 1 Moderate
Ratio and Proportion 1 Moderate-Difficult
Miscellaneous 2 Moderate-Difficult

 

 

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List of Questions Asked on 7th October – All Shifts

 

 

Here we have shared some memory based questions asked in the IBPS PO Exam on 7th and 8th October (All shifts).

 

 

Questions Asked from Number Series:

 

17,98,26,89,35,?

 

2,17,89,359,1079,?

 

3,5,15,45,113,?

 

7,4.5,5.5,12,49,?

 

3240,540,108,27,?,4.5

 

3, 5, 13, 43, 177, ?

 

68, 117, 61, 124, 54, ?

 

9, 3.5, 2.5, 4, 15, ?

 

7, 7, 13, 37, 97, ?

 

25, 6.5, 19.5, 78, 390, ?

 

 

 

Questions Asked from Simplification:

 

 

(√80.997 – √25.001) × (√120.98 + √16.02) = ?

 

01 – 345.02 ÷ 22.99 = 2 ×(?)

 

(184.002 – 29 ÷ 5) × 29.997 = ?

 

√(3099.985 ÷ 62.001 + 14.001) = ?

 

(111.93 × 5) ÷ 14.02 = 11.002 + ?

 

97% of 84.01 ÷ 6.995 = ?

 

 

 

Questions Asked from Miscellaneous:

 

 

At present, the sum of ages of 4 people is 76. After 7 years, the ratio will be 7:6:5:8. What is the present age of C?

 

There are four consecutive even integers. Sum of the reciprocals of the first two is (11/60). Find the reciprocal of the third largest number of the series.

 

There is a three-digit number. The first digit from the left is 3. If the place of all the three digits are replaced then the new number obtained is 396 more than the original three-digit number. The sum of the digits at unit & hundredth place is 14. What is the original number?

 

A completes a work in 24 days. Time taken by A in completing 1/3rd of the work is equal to the time taken by B in completing half of the work. If both A & B start working together, how many days required to complete the work?

 

Ranjeet has three varieties of rice costing 18 Rs. /kg., 22 Rs. /kg. and 40 Rs./kg. Find the possible ratio in which he should mix these three varieties to get a profit of 28% on selling mixture at 32 Rs./kg.

 

A, B, C, D are four members of a family whose sum of ages is 176. Four years ago the ratio of A:B:C:D is 11:9:4:16. What is A’s percentage?

 

Marked price of an article is 1600 Rs. more than the cost price. The percent profit is 25% When the same article is sold at a discount of Rs. 500. To earn a profit of 30%, at what price the article should be sold?

 

Length of two trains is 660 and ratio of their speeds is 5:8. Trains cross an electric pole with the ratio of the time of 4:3. Find the difference of the lengths of the trains?

 

 

 

Questions Asked from Data Interpretation:

 

A bar graph is given below which shows that seller A and seller B Sold two types of hats on five days as given below. Find the answers according to the given data:

 

 

ibps po Prelim DATA Interpretation question 2017

 

 

The total number of hats sold by A and B together on Wednesday is how much percentage more than the number of hats sold by A and B together on Tuesday?

 

If the number of hats sold on Friday by A is increased by 20%, then what will be the average no. of hats sold on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday by A?

 

Find the number of hats sold on Saturday by A and B together, if the number of hats sold on Saturday is 7 % more than the hats sold on Thursday by A and B together?

 

What is the difference between the number of hats sold on Monday and Wednesday by B to the number of hats sold on Friday by both A & B together?

 

A sold 80% defective hats on Thursday and B sold 75% defective hats on the same day. Find the number of hats sold by A and B on Thursday that are not defective?

 

Find the ratio of the number of hats sold by A on Tuesday & Friday together to the number of hats sold by B on same days.

 

 

 

Questions Asked from Syllogism:

 

 

Q1) Statement:

i) All Remark are feedbacks.

ii) Some feedback are words.

iii) No word is a digit.

 

 

Conclusion –

Some Feedbacks are definitely not digits.

All Digits being feedbacks is a possibility.

 

 

Q2) Statement:

i) Some files are boxes.

ii) All boxes are cartoons.

iii) No cartoon is a plastic.

 

 

Conclusion –

No file is a plastic.

Some files are plastics.

 

 

Q3) Statement:

i) Some desks are chairs.

ii) Some chairs are seats.

iii) No seat is a table.

 

 

Conclusion –

All desks can never be table.

Some chairs are definitely not tables.

 

 

Q4) Statement:

i) All routes are ways.

ii) All ways are paths.

iii) Some ways are bridges.

 

 

Conclusion –

At least some bridges are routes.

All routes being bridges is a possibility.
 

 

Questions Asked from Inequalities

 

L>I=N>P; I≥R>K; N≤E<Z

 

(i) E>P

 

(ii) R<L

 

 

S>A=N≥D; A≥L>E; M≤L≤D

 

(i) S>E

 

(ii) L<S

 

 

P≥V≥R<=E<Y; G≥E>N

 

(i) P>N

 

(ii) G≥Y

 

 

L>I=N>P; I≥R>K; N≤E<Z

 

(i) K>N

 

(ii) I<Z

 

 

S>A=N≥D; A≥L>E; M≤L≤D

 

(i) A>M

 

(ii) A=M

 

 

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Questions Asked from Puzzle

 

 

Puzzle Set-1:

 

 

Seven-person A, B, C, D, E, F G like seven colors. Yellow, White, Red, Orange, Blue, Gray, Black. They visit on different days starting from Monday to Sunday.

1) A visits one day after Thursday.

2) Only 4 people are in between A and B.

3) The one who likes Red color visits immediately after B.

4) Only one person visit between Red and Blue.

5) The one who likes white color visit before one of days on which day C visits.

6) The one who likes white color does not visit on Monday.

7) Only 1 person is in between D and E. D like Yellow.

8) There are same as many person in between A and Blue color which are one less in between B and C.

9) Neither G nor F likes Black.

10) G does not visit on Saturday and not like grey color .

 

 

Puzzle Set-2:

 

 

J, K, L, M, N, O and P are seven different boxes of different colors i.e. Brown, Orange, Silver, Pink, Yellow, White and Green but not necessarily in the same order.

The Box which is of Brown color is immediately above J. There are only two boxes between M and the box which is of Brown color. Box which is of Silver color is above M but not immediately above M. Only three boxes are between L and the box which is of Silver color.

The box which is of Green color is immediately above L. The box which is of Pink color is immediately above the box P. Only one box is there between K and N. Box K is above N. Neither box K nor J is of Yellow color. J is not of orange color.

 

 

Puzzle Set-3:

 

 

L, M, N, O, P, Q and R are seven employees who are working in the same company. They attend meeting in different department viz; administrative, Security, Finance and HR department on different days from Monday to Sunday but not necessarily in the same order. One employee attends only one meeting and only one meeting is held on each day.

 

There are two employees who attend the meeting in administrative, security, HR department and only one employee attends meeting in Finance department. L attends meeting on Thursday. There are two persons who attend meeting between L and the person who attends meeting in HR department.

 

There are three persons who attend meeting between the persons who attend meeting in the Administrative department and the one who attends meeting in Finance department. The one who attends meeting in administrative department attends before the one who attends in the finance department.

 

The one who attends meeting in finance department does not attend on Saturday. The number of persons who attend meeting between L and the one who attend meeting in finance department is same as the number of persons who attend meeting between O and the one who attends meeting in the security department.

 

The one who attends meeting in security department attend before O. O does not attend meeting in HR department. Q attends meeting on the day immediately before the day on which L attends meeting. O does not attend meeting on the day just after the day on which L attends meeting.

 

The number of persons who attend meeting between L and P is same as the number of persons who attend meeting between L and R.P attends meeting in one of the day before the day on which R attends meeting. N attends meeting in administrative department. R does not attend meeting in security department.

 

 

Puzzle Set-4:

 

 

A, B, C, D, E, F, G & H are eight friends and sitting around a circular table but not necessarily in same order. Some of them are facing inside and some of them are facing outside. A sit third to right of H. There are two people sits between H and B. C sits second to left of B. There are three people who sits between B and E. D is second to left of F, who is not immediate neighbor of A. Immediate neighbors of H faces same direction as H. F sits third to left of A, who faces center. The immediate neighbors of A face opposite to the direction of A.

 

 

Puzzle Set-5:

 

 

Ten persons are sitting in 2 parallel rows containing 5 persons in each row. In 1st row M, N, O, P and Q are seated and are facing south. In 2nd row, U, V, X, Y and Z are seated and are facing north. Therefore, in the given seating arrangement, each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row. They like different colors Red, Orange, Blue, Brown, Black, White, Yellow, Pink, Peach, and Grey (not necessarily in same order).

 

M doesn’t like brown and P likes black. Y sits third to the left of U, who likes yellow. M faces immediate neighbor of Y, who likes orange. The one who likes peach sits at the extreme end. O sits second to the right of M. The one who likes red faces the one who likes pink but M doesn’t like pink. Only one person sits between N and P. V and Z are immediate neighbors. Z does not face M and N, who doesn’t like grey. The one who faces U likes white. The one who faces an immediate neighbor of Y likes brown.

 

 

Puzzle Set-6

 

 

Eight people viz. P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are sitting in a straight line. They all are facing north. Each one of them has a different age i.e. 8, 11, 15, 17, 21, 25, 27 and 30 years, but not necessarily in the same order. The following conditions are given below.

 

P sits at one of the extreme ends of the row. There are three persons who sit between P and the one, who is 11 years old. R sits third to the left of the person, who is 17 years old. The person, who is 17 years old, is not immediate neighbor of the person, who is 11 years old. R is not 11 years old. P is not 17 years old.

 

Q is 15 years old. S is not the youngest person. R is older than P but his age is not a whole square number. There are as many persons who sit between P and R is same as the person sits between W and the person, who is 30 years old.

 

T sits at the immediate left of the person, who is 8 years old. Q sits at the third to the left of S. Youngest person sits at the extreme right end of the row. Persons, who sits left of W are younger than W. U is older than V.Q does not sit at extreme left end. Q16. Who among the following person sits extreme right end of the row?

 

 

Puzzle Set-7

 

 

A certain number of persons are seated in a row. The Row is arranged in a vertical manner and all are facing to north direction. Ranjan sits at fourth from the left end of the row. There are two persons who are sitting between Ranjan and Seema. Puja sits at the immediate right of Seema. There are as many people sit between Puja and Seema as sit between Dinesh and Pooja. Dinesh does not sit to the left of Ranjan.

 

 

Puzzle Set-8

 

 

There are six persons S, T, U, V, W and X, who got different marks in the examination. S got more marks than only U and X. T got less marks than W, who did not get the highest marks in the examination. The Second highest person got 92 marks.

 

 

 

Questions Asked from Reading Comprehension

 

 

The reading comprehension were based on the topics the impact of the recession (2008) on US Economy, Pollution worldwide, eCommerce, Consumption of Coffee as the most favorable beverage worldwide.

 

 

 

Questions Asked from Error Detection:

 

 

Below in each question some sentences are given, find the sentence which is not really contributing to the main theme and the of the passage or find the odd sentence out and rearrange the remaining sentences to make a coherent paragraph. If the given sentence is correct as it is, then choose the option (e). If the sequence is the one which is not given then choose option (d) as your choice.

 

Que. (A) keep their inner life (B)/ Tightly under control (C)/ Educational institutions seldom serve as precise mirrors (D)/Of historical change because pedagogic and administrative rituals (E)/ That have nicely preserved an empty shell of a special inherited identity

 

(a) CEDB

 

(b) CDEB

 

(c) CDAB

 

(d) None of these

 

(e) No correction required

 

 

Que. (A)Most importantly the labor market’(B)/We can expect to see continued spillovers (C)/Into other areas of the economy, (D)/Combined with a ‘broader unravelling of credit markets, (E)Parliament should act quickly to keep the economy from stalling

 

(a) DECA

 

(b) DEAC

 

(c) ECBD

 

(d) None of these

 

(e) No correction required

 

 

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IBPS PO 2017 Overall Exam Analysis- 8th October

 

 

Sections Good Attempts
English Language 11-15
Reasoning Ability 18-22
Quantitative Aptitude 17-21
Total 52-58

 

 

 

Details of Questions Asked with Their Difficulty Level:

 

 

English Language

 

The level of difficulty of the questions in English Section was moderate to difficult. The questions from Error Detection and Phrase Replacement were based on new pattern.

 

 

Topic Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Reading Comprehension 10 Moderate- Difficult
Phrase Replacement (Fill in the Blanks) 10 Difficult
Error Detection 10 Difficult

 

 

Reasoning Ability

 

This section was difficult compared to the previous years. 4-5 puzzles were asked in Reasoning Section which were based on the Seating Arrangement, Linear Puzzle, and Floor based questions. Coding Decoding questions were missing in the 4th slot.

 

 

Topics Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Syllogism 5 Moderate-Difficult
Inequity 5 Moderate
Seating Arrangement & Puzzles 20 Difficult
Coding Decoding 5 Moderate-Difficult
Machine Input Output 5 Moderate
Number Order and Ranking 2 Moderate-Difficult
Direction Sense 1 Moderate
Alphabets 1 Moderate
Blood Relation 2 Moderate

 

 

Quantitative Aptitude

 

The difficulty level of this section was moderate-difficult and most of the questions were time consuming. The question pattern was changed for different slots. Number Series questions were missing in some shifts while Quadratic Equation questions were not asked in other shifts.

 

Data Interpretation questions were based on the tabular and pie chart.

 

 

Topics Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Data Interpretation 12 Difficult
Quadratic Equations 5 Moderate
Number Series 5 Moderate-Difficult
Approximation 6 Moderate
Discount 2 Moderate-Difficult
Profit & Loss 2 Moderate
Mixture and Allegation 2 Moderate-Difficult
Time and Work 1 Moderate
Boat and Stream 1 Moderate-Difficult
Miscellaneous 3 Moderate

 

 

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List of Questions Asked on 8th October – All Shifts

 

 

For practice of the candidates, most of the questions asked in all the shifts held on 8th October are mentioned below.

 

 

 

Questions from Reading Comprehension:

 

 

Reading Comprehension were Based on Digitalization of Education Sector, Financial Literacy, Global Warming and Paris Climate Pact, and American Economy.

 

 

 

Questions from Number Series:

 

 

8, 7, 13, 38, 151, ?

 

9, 5, 6, 10.5, 23, ?

 

18, 20, 26, 38, ?, 88

 

1, 20, 58, 134, ?, 590

 

2, ?, 256, 1024, 2048, 2048

 

104, 102, 96, 84, ?, 34

 

3072, 192, 24, 6, ?, 3

 

3, 4, 9, 28, 113, ?

 

6, 280, 410, 468, 490, ?

 

11, 5, 4, 4.5, 7, ?

 

754, 60 , 58 , 286 , 32,  3,  566, ?

 

41, 164, 2624, ?, 6045696

 

14, 43.5, 264, ?, 76188

 

274, 301, 426, 769, 1498, ?

 

6, 26, 134, 666, 3334, 16666, ?

 

949, 189.8, ?, 22.776, 11.388, 6.8328

 

 

 

Questions from Approximation:

 

 

3739.98 + 164.89 × 29.95 = ?

 

6524.98 ÷ 544.88 × 1.02 = ?

 

51% of 5086 – 3/7 of 899 = ?

 

21 + 4.9 × 7.9 + 9.88= ?

 

 

 

Questions from Syllogism:

 

 

Statements: 

 

Some bags are truth.

 

All truth are shirts.

 

Some shirts are boys.

 

All boys are shops.

 

 

Conclusions: 

 

I. Some shops are bags.

 

II. Some boys are bags.

 

III. Some shops are shirts.

 

IV. Some shirts are bags.

 

 

 

Statements: 

 

All pens are chairs.

 

All flowers are chairs.

 

All chairs are trucks.

 

All trees are trucks.

 

 

Conclusions: 

 

I. Some trucks are pens.

 

II. Some trucks are chairs.

 

III. Some trees are pens.

 

IV. Some trees are chairs.

 

 

Statements: 

 

All desks are pillars.

 

Some pillars are towns.

 

All towns are benches.

 

Some benches are cars.

 

 

Conclusions: 

 

I. Some cars are towns.

 

II. Some benches are desks.

 

III. Some benches are pillars.

 

IV. Some cars are pillars.

 

 

Statements: 

 

All stations are houses.

 

No house is garden.

 

Some gardens are rivers.

 

All rivers are ponds.

 

 

Conclusions: 

 

I. Some ponds are gardens.

 

II. Some ponds are stations.

 

III. Some ponds are houses.

 

IV. No pond is station.

 

 

Statements: 

 

Some towers are lanes.

 

Some lanes are roads.

 

Some roads are rivers.

 

Some rivers are jungles.

 

 

Conclusions: 

I. Some jungles are roads.

 

II. Some roads are lanes.

 

III. Some jungles are towers.

 

IV. No jungle is road.

 

 

Questions Asked from Miscellaneous:

 

 

Consider the word “YOURSELF”, arrange the vowels in alphabetical order from left to right and then consonant letters in alphabetical order from left to right. Now, take the next alphabet for each letter in the changed arrangement. Which letter comes fourth from the right from the last letter.

 

B is son of A. C is the father of A. C is married to S. T is the only daughter of C and mother of F then how is A related to F?

 

 Akshaya starts from Point A towards west after walked 16m, she takes a right turn walked 14m then takes a right turn walked 18m and finally takes a left turn walked 16m to reach point B. Kavin starts from Point C and walked 30m towards north to reach Point C and takes a left turn walked 16m to reach Point B then what is the direction of Point C with respect to Point A?

 

 

 

Questions asked from Puzzle

 

 

There are eight people from different states- S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z. They all live on different floors of a building.

 

Z lives on an odd no. floor above floor no 3. The one from Gujarat lives immediately below Z.

 

Three persons live between Z and the one who is from Rajasthan.

 

As many people live above Z as below X. V lives immediately below Y.

 

Y live on an odd no floor above X.

 

One person lives between who is from Maharashtra and Y.

 

U lives on an odd no floor. One from Kerala lives immediately above U.

 

As many persons live between U & Z as between S and Goa.

 

More than two persons live between Y and one from Bihar.

 

T is neither from Bihar nor from Odisha.

 

 

Puzzle Set-2

 

Eight persons F, G, H, I, J, K, L and M attend seminar on four different months January, April, November and December of the same year. Seminar was conducted on either 15th or 25th of the month. G attends the seminar 15th of the month which has only 30 days. M and J attends the seminar on the same month before G, but not in April. M attends the seminar after J. No one attends the seminar after F. Only one person attends the seminar between M and K. Both H and L attend the seminar on the 15th of different month. L does not attend the seminar on December. L and I attend the seminar on the same month.

 

 

Puzzle Set-3

 

Eight friends P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are sitting in a circle, but not necessarily in the same order. Four of them are facing outside and four of them are facing the center.

 

T faces outside. Both the immediate neighbors of T face the center. W sits second to the right of T. Q sits third to the left of T.

 

S faces the center. Both the immediate neighbors of S face outside.

 

V sits second to the left of P. Q sits third to the right of W.

 

U is an immediate neighbor of S. R is an immediate neighbor of V.

 

S is not an immediate neighbor of Q.

 

No two inside persons sit together.

 

 

Puzzle Set-4

 

There are seven teachers A, B, C, D, E, F, G who teach seven different subjects – Physics, Economics, Geography, Biology, Chemistry, Maths and History. The salary is divided into three salary slabs: 3-5 LPA, 6-8 LPA & 10-13 LPA.

 

F receives 12 lakhs. There are three persons in the salary slab of 10-13 lakhs. B and G earn lower salary slab than F’s salary slab but not the lowest slab. D earns more than the one who teaches economics but are in the same slab. C and E doesn’t teach economics. The person who teaches Physics and Economics are in the same slab. The person who teaches Geography and Maths earn lower than E. B doesn’t teach Geography. F does not teach Chemistry or Biology. E does not teach Chemistry.

 

 

 

Questions Asked from Data Interpretation:

 

 

In the following table, number of students studying in five different branches of a university is given for the year 2017. Also given the percentage of students participating in two different games (Hockey and Football). Study the table carefully and answer the questions that follow:  

 

 

Branch Total Students Sports for Participation
Hockey Football
 Mechanical  480  25%  15%
 Electrical  320  20%  25%
 Civil  260  30%  10%
 Computer Science  450  10%  40%
 Electronics  300  16%  30%

 

 

What will be the difference between students playing Hockey and football together from the Electrical branch and the no. of students playing the same games from Electronics branch?

 

Find the ratio of girls playing Hockey from Mechanical branch to the students playing Football from the Civil branch, if 40% students in the Mechanical branch are girls then?

 

Total no. of students playing Hockey and Football from Computer Science branch are approximate what percent of total no. of students playing the same games from the Mechanical branch?

 

Find the approximate average no. of students playing Football from all branches.

 

If 40%, 30% and 50% students are girls in respected branches Electrical, Civil and Computer Science, then find the average no. of girls from these branches who participate in Hockey if the percentage of girls participating in Hockey are 10%,15% and 12% from respected branches (approximately).

 

 

 

IBPS PO 2017 Overall Exam Analysis- 14th October

 

The second session of IBPS PO recruitment exam for the probationary officer post has been successfully conducted on the 14th, and 15th October.

 

The IBPS PO Exam is over, now candidates would be eager to know the expected cutoff marks.

 

Below, we have provided you complete IBPS PO Exam Analysis and Review with type of questions asked in exam, difficulty level and Good attempts for all shifts.

 

Good attempts to crack the IBPS PO Exam held on 14th October are as follows:

 

 

Sections Good Attempts
English Language 13-17
Reasoning Ability 19-23
Quantitative Aptitude 16-21
Total 54-61

 

 

Details of Questions Asked with Difficulty Level:

 

IBPS PO Exam Analysis for English Language

 

 

English section was little bit difficult than previous years. Reasoning Comprehension asked on 14th October were based on following topics like Doctors Medicine, World Health Organization, Economic growth of Myanmar.

 

In the 1st and 2nd shift, questions from Sentence Rearrangement questions were asked in place of the Error Detection questions. four questions were asked from Antonyms and Synonyms in RC section.

 

 

Topics Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Reading Comprehension 10 Moderate – Difficult
Phrase Replacement 10 Difficult
Sentence Rearrangement 10 Moderate – Difficult
Error Detection 10 Difficult

 

 

IBPS PO Exam Analysis for Reasoning Ability

 

 

The exam pattern is changed this year. Questions from the different topics were asked in different shifts. The difficulty level of the topics asked in all shifts on held 14th October are as follows:

 

 

Topics Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Seating Arrangement & Puzzles 17-20 Difficult
Syllogism 4-5 Moderate
Coding Decoding 5 Moderate
Machine Input Output 4 Moderate
Blood Relation (Passage based) 1-4 Moderate
Inequity 3 Easy-Moderate
Direction Sense 3 Easy-Moderate
Alphabet 2-3 Moderate

 

 

 

IBPS PO Exam Analysis for Quantitative Aptitude

 

 

The level of difficulty of the Quantitative section was moderate-difficult. Two sets of Data Interpretation questions were asked in this section. Number series questions were missing in the 1st and 2nd shifts.

 

 

Topics Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Data Interpretation 12 Moderate-Difficult and Calculative
Quadratic Equations 5 Moderate
Number Series 5 Moderate
Approximation 6 Moderate
Discount 2 Moderate
Profit & Loss 2 Moderate
Mixture and Allegation 2 Moderate-Difficult
Time and Work 1 Moderate-Difficult
Boat and Stream 1 Moderate
Average 1 Moderate
Problems on Ages 1 Moderate
Compound Interest 1 Moderate
Ratio and Proportion 1 Moderate
Miscellaneous 2 Moderate

 

 

 

List of Questions Asked on 14th October – All Shifts

 

 

Check the memory based questions asked on 14th October are Discussed below.

 

Questions Asked from Number Series:

 

 

17, 98, 26, 89, 35,?

 

2, 17, 89, 359, 1079,?

 

2, 10, 30, 68, 130,?

 

4, 3, 4, 9, 37, 297, ?

 

3240, 540, 108, 27, 9,?

 

7, 6, 17, 84, ?, 5282

 

 

 

Questions Asked from Blood Relation:

 

 

A is mother of D, who is sister of F. F is son to B. D has only one son, G and H are sisters and K is there siblings. H is married to Z and Z is son in law to D.

 

 

 

Questions Asked from Synonyms and Antonyms: 

 

 

Quaint

 

Profoundly

 

Challenging

 

 

 

Questions Asked from Puzzle:

 

 

Puzzle-1

 

8 persons S, R, H, I, T, G, Q, F are sitting in a line, some facing north while some facing south. S is second from one end. R is sitting third to the left from S. Neighbor of R facing south. I do not sit at any of the extreme ends. Immediate neighbors of I face North. Immediate neighbors of H face south. F is third to the left of T. Q is sitting immediate left of G.

 

 

Puzzle-2

 

P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W are eight friends. They like different subjects i.e. physics, chemistry, biology, English, Social science, Mathematics and Geology. They sit on a straight line facing north.

 

P sits at third on left end.

 

One person sits between P and the person who likes English.

 

Three persons sit between the person who likes English and R.

 

There are same numbers of the persons to right of R as the no. of persons to lest of the person who likes Social Science.

 

Three persons sit between the person who likes Science and W.

 

W is the immediate neighbor of the person who likes History.

 

The person who likes Mathematics sits immediate right to the person who likes physics.

 

V is the immediate neighbor of the person who likes Mathematics.

 

One person sits between T and V.

 

One person sits between Q and the person who likes Mathematics.

 

More than 4 persons sit between Q and the person who likes Chemistry.

 

U sits immediate left to S.

 

The no. of persons sit to the right of the T are similar to the persons sit to the left of the person who like History.

 

U do not like geography.

 

 

 

IBPS PO 2017 Overall Exam Analysis- 15th October

 

 

Sections Good Attempts
English Language 14-21
Reasoning Ability 17-22
Quantitative Aptitude 14-18
Total 54-62

 

 

Details of Questions Asked with Their Difficulty Level:

 

IBPS PO Exam Analysis for English Language

 

This section was of the difficult level compared to the last year. Cloze test was not included this this year in English section.

 

 

Topic Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Reading Comprehension 10 Moderate- Difficult
Phrase Replacement 10 Difficult
Sentence Arrangement 10 Moderate
Error Detection 10 Moderate -Difficult

 

 

 

IBPS PO Exam Analysis for Reasoning Ability

 

 

Reasoning Section consists the questions related to the topics mentioned below. The difficulty level of this section was moderate.

 

 

Topics Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Seating Arrangement & Puzzles 20 Difficult
Syllogism 5 Moderate
Coding Decoding 5 Moderate
Machine Input Output 4 Moderate
Blood Relation (Passage based) 1-4 Moderate
Inequity 3 Easy-Moderate
Direction Sense 3 Easy-Moderate
Alphabet 2-3 Moderate

 

 

 

IBPS PO Exam Analysis for Quantitative Aptitude

 

 

The questions of moderate to difficult level were asked in this section. Data Interpretation questions were calculative and time consuming.

 

Number Series questions were not asked in the 3rd and 4th shifts whereas Quadratic Equation questions were missing in the 1st and 2nd shifts.

 

 

Topics Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Data Interpretation 12 Moderate-Difficult and Calculative
Quadratic Equations 5 Moderate
Number Series 5 Moderate
Approximation 6 Moderate – Difficult
Discount 2 Moderate
Profit & Loss 2 Moderate
Mixture and Allegation 2 Moderate-Difficult
Time and Work 1 Moderate-Difficult
Boat and Stream 1 Moderate
Average 1 Moderate
Problems on Ages 1 Moderate
Compound Interest 1 Moderate
Ratio and Proportion 1 Moderate
Miscellaneous 2 Moderate

 

 

Overall, as per the IBPS PO Exam analysis and reviews, the paper was of the moderate to difficult level. More questions will be updated soon in the above article asked in the IBPS PO Exam. Wish you Good Luck for the main Exam.

 

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