IBPS CWE RRB Exam Answer key,Cutoff Discussion For Officers

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IBPS is conducting the first it’s all India Common Written exam(CWE) for recruitment of Officers in 82 Different Regional Rural banks (RRB’s) operating in various part of India.

IBPS is conducting the recruitment for various categories like Assistants, Clerks Officers in different scales through IBPS on different date.

IBPS has followed the pattern for the exam of RRB officers as like it’s regular PO exam. Only a minor difference was there like  for different states candidates has to give a language paper of qualifying nature. 

IBPS has classified it as  Group ‘A’ AND ‘B’ STATES under Official Languages Act.

As like IBPS PO exam the candidates shall be required to qualify in each test as per cut-off marks determined on the basis of performance in each test. A Candidate failing to obtain the minimum in each test and on Total Weighted Standard Score will not be sent a score card.

There is a very wide scope to get jobs through IBPS CWE for RRB which is expected to come out with a huge vacancies.

We would be providing the Answer Key for the exam soon, meanwhile we expect from the candidates who appeared for the exam of CWE RRB to share their experience of the exam so that we could analyze the cutoff for the IBPS CWE RRB accurately.

We will update the Cutoff for CWE RRB soon after analyzing the marks scored by various candidates in the exam.

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  1. IBPS RRB was easier when compared to IBPS PO held on 17th of June. Reasoning and Aptitude were quite easy. 25 to 30 will be a reasonable score in both these sections. General awareness was also pretty easier and one who had a closely watched current affairs for the month of April, May and June would have done it well. Infact many International affairs questions were from the month of May and June. Computer awareness was like bread and butter and one who has a basic knowledge of Computers would have attended a minimum of 30 questions, additional preparation would have got them around 35 questions. English was average and around 30 will be a good score.
    Paper was not time that time consuming like IBPS PO, so one could have easily attended the minimum questions required for passing in each section.
    My expectation is that cut off will be relatively more as the paper was quite easier.

  2. Reasonin n quant wr v easy cos i hav a high iq (151) left 2 in gk left 1 in comp and i did quiet wel in eng also unlike kanwar