IBPS PO 2018 Exam Analysis – 75+ Memory Based Questions [All Slots]

IBPS PO 2018 Exam Analysis

 

 

Are you looking for the questions asked in the IBPS PO 2018 Exam?

 

Well! IBPS has successfully conducted the IBPS PO Recruitment Exam Prelims. The candidates, who are due to give the Clerk Exam, might be very eager to know the exam analysis of IBPS PO Prelims paper held on 13th & 14th October 2018.

 

In this article, Eduncle team has come up with the complete Exam Review with important topics, no. of good attempts, Expected IBPS PO 2018 Cut Off Marks and most asked questions in IBPS PO Prelims 2018.

 

 

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IBPS PO Prelims Overall Analysis – 13th October 2018 (All Shifts)

 

 

If you are going to appear in the upcoming sessions of IBPS PO 2018, go through the exam analysis of each section, we have intimated below.

 

It will help you to get an idea of 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 13-17
Reasoning Ability 16-20
Quantitative Aptitude 14-19
Total 55-60

 

 

 

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 3 different types/pattern.

 

 

Topics Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Reading Comprehension 7 Moderate-Difficult
Phrase/Word Replacement 5 Moderate
Error Detection 7 Moderate-Difficult
Fillers 5 Moderate
Cloze Test 6 Moderate

 

 

IBPS PO Exam Analysis for Reasoning Ability

 

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

 

 

Topics Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Inequality 5 Easy-Moderate
Seating Arrangement & Puzzles 15 Moderate
Coding Decoding 5 Easy-Moderate
Direction Sense 3 Moderate
Blood Relation 2 Moderate
Miscellaneous 5 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. Data Interpretation questions were based on the Line, Caselate and Tabular.

 

Topics Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Quadratic Equation 6 Moderate
Data Interpretation 15 Moderate-Difficult
Arithmetic Word Problems (Profit and Loss, Problem on Ages, SI & CI etc.) 9 Moderate
Wrong Number Series 5 Moderate

 

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IBPS PO Prelims Overall Analysis – 14th October 2018 (All Shifts)

 

 

Sections Good Attempts
English Language 19-22
Reasoning Ability 23-26
Quantitative Aptitude 17-21
Total 57-62

 

 

 

Details of Questions Asked about Their Difficulty Level:

 

 

IBPS PO Exam Analysis for English Language

 

The difficulty level of the English Section was easy to moderate. There were 8 questions from Reading Comprehension of which 2 questions were of vocabulary.

 

 

Topics Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Fillers 6 Easy-Moderate
Word Usages 5 Easy
Reading Comprehension 8 Moderate
Sentence Rearrangement 5 Moderate
Phrase Replacement 6 Easy-Moderate

 

 

IBPS PO Exam Analysis for Reasoning Ability

 

The difficulty level of the questions in this section was Moderate. There were 4 set of Puzzles and Seating Arrangement.

 

 

Topics Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Syllogism 4 Easy-Moderate
Seating Arrangement & Puzzles 20 Moderate
Alphabets 2 Easy-Moderate
Direction Sense 5 Easy
Data Sufficiency 4 Easy-Moderate

 

 

IBPS PO Exam Analysis for Quantitative Aptitude

 

This section was of moderate level. Some changes were observed in all the shifts from the other. Candidates can easily solve the questions if practiced well.

 

Data Interpretation questions were based on the Pie-Chart, Caselate and Bar Graph.

 

 

Topics Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Quadratic Equation 6 Moderate
Data Interpretation 15 Moderate-Difficult
Arithmetic Word Problems (Profit and Loss, Problem on Ages, SI & CI etc.) 5 Moderate
Data Sufficiency 4 Easy-Moderate
Missing Number Series 5 Moderate

 

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IBPS PO Exam Review 2017 – Highlights of Mains!

 

The IBPS PO Exam comprises following sections in its Mains Exam i.e. English Language, Reasoning Ability & Computers, Data Interpretation & Analysis, General Awareness, and Descriptive English Paper.

 

The IBPS PO Mains Exam 2017 was difficult as compared to 2016 and the difficulty level was moderate. The IBPS PO Mains Exam was held in four slots. The total number of questions were 155 and each question carry one mark. The exam duration was 3 hour.

 

The analysis of IBPS PO Mains 2018 Exam will be updated soon once the exam will be conducted.

 

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

 

Hope the above information regarding IBPS PO 2018 Exam Analysis and asked questions will help you to prepare for the next session. You can check the Exam Review blogs for all the IBPS Exams here:

 

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