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IBPS CWE Clerk Exam Paper Analysis 02-12-2017

IBPS has started conducting the prelims for clerical recruitment. Prelims exam started from 02nd December 2017 at various location in India. Exam for IBPS CWE clerks were conducted despite of holidays in many of the states. Further dates for exam are scheduled on 2nd, 3rd, 9th & 10th December 2017. There are 7883 vacancies available in various banks through out India.The question paper analysis of IBPS CWE Clerks in various shift on dated 02-12-2017 are :

Shift I (8 AM)- The question asked in this shift were average to moderate type. Numerical ability were easiest to solve. English was moderate type. The attempts in the morning session of exam are :

Subjects Attempts Level of Paper
Numerical Ability 20-24 Average
Reasoning 20-24 Average
English 17-21 Moderate
Total 57-69

Shift II- The question asked in this shift were average to moderate type. Numerical ability were easiest to solve, reasoning were also equivalent moderate. English was moderate type. The attempts in the morning session of exam are :

Subjects Attempts Level of Paper
Numerical Ability 22-24 Average
Reasoning 22-24 Average
English 15-16 Moderate
Total 59-64

Shift III – The question asked in this shift were average to moderate type. Numerical ability were easiest to solve. English was moderate type. The attempts in the morning session of exam are :

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Subjects Attempts Level of Paper
Numerical Ability 23-26 Average
Reasoning 27-30 Average
English 16-17 Moderate
Total 66-73

Overall marks of 57+ is good for cracking prelims. It also depends on state to state cutoff. We are discussing on Karnataka cutoff for IBPS CWE Prelims. This time question pattern were slightly changed as regular question like Synonym & Antonym were not asked this time. Focus were much on other topics like error spotting.

In personal experience, I believe that the competition will be tougher this time due to many reasons like lesser vacancies, increasing applicants etc.

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