IBPS Clerk Preliminary Exam 2017 for 2nd & 3rd Dec has been conducted. For the aspirants yet to appear for the exam, i.e. on 9th & 10th Dec, here’s a detailed review and analysis of IBPS Clerk Prelims All Shifts, 2nd Dec & 3rd Dec. The analysis gives you an insight about difficulty level of each section and the number of good attempts. Moreover, it also entails the topics asked and the number of questions from each. Here’s it:
IBPS Clerk Prelims exam for 2nd & 3rd Dec was not too difficult. Questions in most of the sections were of Moderate level.
|Subject||Good Attempt||Time (in min.)|
The section was of moderate difficulty level. New type of questions - Single filler i.e. two words for 1 filler were asked. There were 5 such questions. Error Detection (Find the part in the sentence that does not have an error) based questions were 8. And, there were 12 questions on Phrase Replacement which were moderately difficult.
|Topic||No. of Question||Level|
|Single Filler - New Pattern||5||Moderate-Difficult|
Some questions in the English section were twisted, which doesn’t mean the section was tough to attempt. Twist in the question checks the presence of mind of candidates so stay calm and solve the questions.
This section was easy to solve. There were 3 sets of puzzles and Seating Arrangement which are mentioned below:-
|Topics||No. of Questions||Level|
|Order and Ranking||2||Easy|
|Puzzles and Seating Arrangement||15||Moderate|
This section was of easy to moderate level. The number of questions from arithmetic (word problems) were high and kept on changing with every shift. Comparatively less questions from DI were asked compared to last year. Miscellaneous questions from topics such as Modern Mathematics and Set were also asked.
|Topics||No. of Question||Level|
|Number Series (Missing)||5||Easy-Moderate|
|Profit & Loss||1||Easy|
|Simple Interest and Compound Interest||2||Easy|
|Problem on Ages||1||Easy|
|Ratio and Proportion||1||Easy|
|Time and Work||2||Moderate|
|Boat and Stream||1||Moderate|
The exam analysis of the first two days of IBPS Clerk Prelims will help candidates to get an insight into the upcoming shift of the exam to be conducted on 9th and 10th December, 2017. We wish all the aspirants best of luck for their IBPS Clerk Prelims 2017.