IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis 2019 - Candidates who have appeared in the exam can check here IBPS Clerk 2019 exam analysis on December 7, 2019. Leading coaching institutes like Bankersadda, Career Launcher and Wifi Study has released the exam analysis of IBPS Clerk 2019 after the first conclusion of the first shift of exam. IBPS Clerk exam analysis 2019 includes the number of questions asked from each section, section-wise weightage, marking scheme, difficulty level of exam, overall and sectional difficulty level, good attempt in exam and expected cut off marks. Time duration of IBPS Clerk prelims exam will be of 1 hour. By knowing IBPS Clerk 2019 exam analysis candidates can evaluate their performance and can predict their chances of qualifying exam. Candidates must read the complete article to know the IBPS Clerk exam analysis 2019 in detailed form.

IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis 2019

IBPS Clerk 2019 prelims exam will be conducted on December 7, 8, 14 and 15, 2019 in online mode. Those who qualify the prelims exam will be further invited to appear for mains exam.

IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam 2019 Analysis of 7 December

IBPS Clerk Prelims Analysis 2019: English

Topics

Number of questions

Difficulty Level

Reading Comprehension on Herbivorous

10

Easy to Moderate

Errors

5

Single Fillers

3 - 4

Cloze Test

5

Rearrangement (Sentence based)

4 - 5

Spelling Error

4 to 5 questions

IBPS Clerk 2019 Prelims Analysis : Maths

Topics

Number of questions

Difficulty Level

Simplification

8

Easy to Moderate

Approximation

5

Wrong Series

5

Bar Graph (A,B,C, Society 2008, 2018)

5

Quadratic Arithmetic

7

IBPS Clerk 2019 Prelims Analysis : Reasoning

Topics

Number of questions

Difficulty Level

Puzzle

4

Easy to Moderate

Syllogism

5

Alphanumeric

5

Blood Relation

3

Chrome (word)

1

Solving a number question

1

Good Attempts in IBPS Clerk Prelims

Test Area

Good Attempts

Numerical Ability

22 - 24

Reasoning Ability

26 - 29

English Language

22 - 26

Overall

73 - 78

IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam 2019 Analysis of 8 December

IBPS Clerk Prelims Analysis 2019: English

Topics

Number of questions

Difficulty Level

Reading Comprehension on Herbivorous

10

Easy to Moderate

Errors

5

Single Fillers

4

Cloze Test

5

Rearrangement (Sentence based)

4 - 5

Spelling Error

4 to 5

IBPS Clerk 2019 Prelims Analysis : Maths

Topics

Number of questions

Difficulty Level

Simplification

7-8

Easy to Moderate

Approximation

5

Wrong Series

5

Bar Graph

5

Quadratic Arithmetic

6-7

IBPS Clerk 2019 Prelims Analysis : Reasoning

Topics

Number of questions

Difficulty Level

Puzzle

4

Moderate

Syllogism

4-5

Alphanumeric

5

Blood Relation

3

Chrome (word)

1-2

Solving a number question

1-2

Good Attempts

Test Area

Good Attempts

Numerical Ability

22 - 24

Reasoning Ability

26 - 28

English Language

25 - 27

Overall

75 - 80

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IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam Analysis by Time

The analysis of IBPS Clerk 2019 Prelim exam held on 7th Dec 2019 (Slot 3) is presented below.

Snapshot of the Exam:

Test Area

No of Questions

Max Marks

Duration

Numerical Ability

35

35

20 Mins

Reasoning Ability

35

35

20 Mins

English Language

30

30

20 Mins

Total

100

100

60 Mins


No of choices per question – 5

Negative marking: 0.25 of the marks assigned to each question

As per feedback received from our students who appeared for this exam, the exam can be rated as easy to moderate.

The section wise analysis of the above mentioned session, as reported by our students, is given below:

Numerical Ability

  • According to the feedback received from students who appeared for this exam, this section did not throw up any surprise and can be rated as ‘easy to moderate’.
  • The 8 questions on Simplifications were easy. There were 5 questions on Data Interpretation (Table) which ranged from easy to moderate.
  • There were 6 questions on Number series(Missing Number) that can be rated as easy. Quant questions in this section were 12 in number and pertained to – Percentages, Profit & Loss, Averages, Simple & Compound Interest, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Boats & Streams and Mensuration etc. These were a combination of easy and moderate.

A student could therefore, solve around 23 to 25 questions in approximately 20 minutes provided he chose judiciously.

Topic

No of Questions

Data Interpretation (Table)

5

Number Series (Missing number)

6

Simplifications

8

Quadratic Comparisons

4

Quant Questions: (Percentages, Profit & Loss, Averages, Simple & Compound Interest, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Boats & Streams and Mensuration etc.. )

12

Reasoning

  • This section has also been tagged as 'Easy'.
  • In this slot, there were 5 questions each on Coding-Decoding, Sequence and Symbols-Notations. There were 3 questions on Deductions (Model: Only a Few).
  • The questions on puzzles include one each on Linear arrangements (All persons facing South), Circular Arrangement (All facing Centre – 8 persons), Floor Arrangement (7 persons)). Puzzles were easy to moderate but lengthier than other questions in the same section.
  • Thus, almost 28 to 30 questions could possibly be solved in about 20 minutes in this section.

The topic -wise split, as per feedback received from our students, is as given below:

Topic

No of Questions

Analytical Puzzles( Linear arrangements (All persons facing South), Circular Arrangement (All facing Centre – 8 persons), Floor Arrangement (7 persons))

12

Deductions (Syllogisms) (Model: Only a Few)

3

Symbols & Notations

5

Coding - Decoding

5

Sequence

5

Miscellaneous (Meaningful word, Word/Number Arrangement etc..)

5

English Language

This section too was predictable and was rated as easy to moderate.

  • The lone Reading Comprehension passage on ‘Photosynthesis’was conventional in its presentation, and 8 questions were posed from it. There was one question based on word replacement. (one word in the passage was given in bold and was asked to check whether the given word fit into the sentence)

  • PFQs with Sentence Jumbled – Five sentences were given. Each sentence is in jumbled order. Student has to arrange the parts of the sentences first and then arrange the paragraph. The difficulty level can be pegged between easy to moderate. This model was asked in the recent SBI PO 2019 and IBPS PO 2019 exams.

  • There were 5 questions on Word Interchange where a sentence with four words in bold was given. One has to replace the words to form a meaningful and grammatically correct sentence.

  • There were 6 questions each on Cloze Test and identifying ‘Grammatically Correct Sentence’.

We can deduce that about 25 - 27 questions could possibly be solved in the given 20 minutes in the English section. The break-up of the questions is as follows:

Topic

No of Questions

Reading Comprehension

8

Para Jumbled Sentences (5 Sentences)

5

Cloze Test

6

Word Interchange

5

Grammatically Correct Sentence

6


Overall, the difficulty level of the paper in this particular slot can be pegged between Easy to Moderate.

Good Attempts in IBPS Clerk Prelims

Test Area

Good Attempts

Numerical Ability

23 - 25

Reasoning Ability

28 - 30

English Language

25 - 27

Overall

76 - 82

IBPS Clerk Important Dates

Events

Dates

IBPS Clerk 2019 apply online

September 17 to October 9, 2019

Download of admit for Online exam

November, 2019

IBPS Clerk Exam Date

December 7, 8, 14, and 21, 2019

IBPS Clerk exam analysis

December 7

Candidates can check previous year exam analysis of IBPS Clerk from the below-mentioned table

IBPS Clerk Prelims Analysis 2018: Section-wise Analysis

Subject

Good Attempt

Time

English Language

22-26

20

Reasoning Ability

27-32

20

Quantitative Aptitude

23-28

20

Total

71-76

60

Quantitative Aptitude (Easy-Moderate)

Quantitative Aptitude section was Easy to Moderate level.

Detailed description of quantitative aptitude section for IBPS Clerk exam analysis is mentioned in below given table

Topic

No. of Questions

Level

Data Interpretation

05

Easy-Moderate

Quadratic Equation

05

Easy-Moderate

Wrong Number Series

05

Easy

Simplification

10

Easy

Arithmetic Word Problems (Profit and Loss, Problem on Ages, SI & CI etc)

10

Moderate

Total

35

Easy-Moderate

English Language (Easy-Moderate)

Questions of English language section were of easy to moderate level too.

Reading Comprehension comprises 7 questions out of which 2 questions were of synonyms and antonyms. It is to be noted that as per IBPS Clerk exam analysis passage of the RC was based on an article related to How to become a success.

Topic

No. of Questions

Level

Reading Comprehension

07

Moderate

Phrase Replacement

07

Easy

Wrongly spelled word/inappropriate

06

Easy

Error Detection

06

Moderate

Word Replacement

04

Moderate

Total

30

Easy-Moderate

Reasoning (Easy-Moderate)

Reasoning topic questions were of Easy to Moderate level.

There were 3 sets of puzzles and Seating Arrangement, following are the types:-

  • Circular Seating Arrangement

  • Linear Seating Arrangement

  • Box-based puzzle type questions

Topics

No. of Questions

Level

Puzzles and Seating Arrangement

15

Moderate

Syllogism

04

Easy-Moderate

Alphabets Based

1-2

Moderate

Inequality

02

Easy

Direction Sense

2-3

Easy-Moderate

Order and Ranking

2-3

Easy-Moderate

Blood Relation

03

Easy-Moderate

Coding-Decoding

05

Easy-Moderate

Total

35

Easy to Moderate

Candidates who qualified in prelims section were invited to appear for IBPS Clerk mains. Hence the detailed analysis of IBPS Clerk mains exam is given in table below

IBPS Clerk Mains Exam Analysis (Over-All):

Sections

Good Attempts

General English

29-33

Reasoning & Computer Aptitude

27-32

Quantitative Aptitude

31-36

General/ Financial Awareness

28-34

TOTAL

117-129

IBPS Clerk Subject wise Analysis

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE (Moderate)

As per the analysis of IBPS Clerk exam, Data analysis and interpretation questions were of moderate level. There were a total of 4 sets of DI. Following were the types on DI seen in this section:

  • Bar Graph

  • Caselet

  • Pie Chart

  • Tabular

Topic

No. of Questions

Level

Data Interpretation

20

Moderate-Difficult

Data Sufficiency

5

Moderate

Quantity1, Quantity 2

5

Moderate

Quadratic Equation

5

Easy

Miscellaneous- Arithmetic Word Problems

15

Moderate

Total

50

Moderate

GENERAL ENGLISH (Moderate-Difficult)

There were a total of 3 sets from Reading Comprehension topics

Topic

No. of Questions

Level

Reading Comprehension

15

Moderate-Difficult

Word Replacement

5

Moderate-Difficult

Word Usage

5

Moderate

Sentence Connectors

5

Moderate

Double Fillers (suitable words were given in A & B column form)

5

Moderate

Sentence Rearrangement

5

Moderate

Total

40

Moderate-Difficult

REASONING AND COMPUTER APTITUDE (Moderate-Difficult )

As per IBPS Clerk exam analysis of main exam

Following were the types of Puzzles & Seating Arrangement:

  • Circular- Two circular tables were given

  • Month and Year based puzzle

  • Linear Seating Arrangement

  • Floor Based Puzzle (2 variables, 6 floors)

  • Box based puzzle (Boxes and chocolates were given to arrange)

Topic

No. of Questions

Level

Sitting Arrangement and Puzzles

25

Moderate-Difficult

Direction Sense

4

Moderate

Alphabet

2

Easy-Moderate

Inequality

3

Easy-Moderate

Logical Reasoning

6

Moderate

Machine Input Output

4

Moderate

Coding Decoding – Alphabet & Number based

3

Easy- Moderate

Syllogism

3

Easy

Total

50

Moderate-Difficult

IBPS Clerk GENERAL/FINANCIAL AWARENESS (Moderate)

  • Section had 50 questions and the level of the questions asked in exam were of moderate nature.

  • Static and banking awareness.

  • Current affairs

  • Indian and International Economy

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis 2019

Question: Is IBPS Clerk Exam difficult?

Answer:

No the level of questions in IBPS Clerk exam are tough but since number of applicants are more hence this exam becomes tough nut to crack.

Question: What is the pass mark for IBPS Clerk Exam?

Answer:

Candidates who want to qualify the exam should secure the minimum as well as sectional qualifying cut off of IBPS Clerk in exam.

Question: What is exam analysis of IBPS Clerk prelims?

Answer:

As per the IBPS Clerk exam analysis for prelims exam it can be considered as Easy to moderate level.

Question: Which state had the lowest cut off in IBPS Clerk prelims exam?

Answer:

Tamilnadu state had the lowest cut off (57.75) for prelims exam

Question: Does IBPS clerk have interview?

Answer:

No there is no interview in IBPS Clerk 2019 exam

Question: What is IBPS clerk salary?

Answer:

Though final salary differs from bank to bank but initial in hand salary for IBPS Clerk is around 27,000

Question: How does IBPS Clerk exam analysis helps?

Answer:

Those who appeared in exam can check their performance while rest can take an idea to prepare for IBPS Clerk

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What will be the overall and sectional cut off marks for ex servicemen for ibps clerk mains 2019 for assam ?

Megha 6th Apr, 2020

Hello Aspirant !

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts a Common Recruitment Process (CRP) every year to select candidates for the clerical cadre posts in 17 public sector banks.

IBPS Clerk mains 2019 cut off for assam is :

  1. SC : 41.79
  2. ST : 37.16
  3. OBC : 44.43
  4. UR : 48.17

Hope it helps !

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i want to know about nimset and preparing for 2021

Hrisheekesh Singh 19th Feb, 2020

Hi Bibhas,

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This exam works across the NITs located in Agartala, Allahabad, Kurukshetra, Calicut, Raipur, Warangal, Surathkal, Durgapur, Trichy, Jamshedpur, Bhopal and Kurukshetra.

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Total 809 seats are available and duration of exam is 2 hours.

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I hope this information helps you.

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What is the graduation percentage needed for taking admission?

Papeya Dubey Student Expert 14th Feb, 2020
Hello,

When it comes to IBPS Clerk, there's no specific aggregate required for graduation. One just needs to have passed graduation in any discipline from a recognized university

Apart from this, it's imperative to have proficiency in official language of the state or union territory for which one has applied.
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how do I check my result of ibps clerk IX ? please let me know the website?

Neha Tiwari 1st Jan, 2020

Hello,

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has Recently Uploaded Pre Exam Result for the Post of Clerk IX Recruitment 2019. Those Candidates Who have Applied for this Recruitment Exam can Download Pre Exam Result from the  website www.ibps.in.

Hope this helps!!

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how to do registration in website for ibps examination

Aditya kumar Student Expert 14th Nov, 2019
Hello there!

Greetings!

Follow the below steps to register for ibps examination :-

1. Registration :-

  • You should first visit the official website of IBPS www.ibps.in and then s elect your post column from the left sidebar and enter .Now click on Apply Online link.
  • In the next window, you need to submit your new registration details to generate registration id and password. (It also sent to your registered email ID) .After getting registration id and password login to fill IBPS Online Application form.

2.Filling up Online Application

  • After login, choose the application form which you want to apply. Click on it. Now submit all required details carefully Specially Double Check (Name / DOB / Passing % / Passing Year / Exam Center)


3. Uploading of Scanned Docs

You need to upload Photo and signature scanned copy in the required size .(you must scan both photo and signature in required size and format before applying the form)

Step 4. Online Payment of Fee

After successfully uploading , you need to pay fees ,for paying fees online you can use your debit/credit/net banking.Now fill all necessary details which required paying fees online.

Step 5. Finalize the Application :-

  • After full payment process once again properly check your filled IBPS application form details .If required make changes in it. After properly check now click on submit button.

Step 6. Printing of Finalized Online Application Form

  • After successfully submitting the IBPS application form, you must  take print out of it .Also, save it on your computer as this is the proof of your filled application formKeep this form safe for future use.

Thankyou

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