Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts CRP Clerk (Prelims) 2020 computer based exam 13th December in Morning shift i.e from 09:00 am to 10:00 am. Candidates appearing in the Clerk 1st shift exam may have a look at the paper analysis of December 13, computer based test for respective shift, here. Paper difficulty level, questions weightage from each section, experts' views on difficuly level etc, are explained. As many as 30 questions were asked from english language, 35 each from reasoning ability and quantitative Aptitude sections, students say after the examination.
The Clerk Prelims 2020 Computer-Based test will take place in four shifts. The first shift online exam of IBPS Clerk Prelims 2020 was scheduled from 09.00 to 10.00 am and concluded up with an overall easy to moderate level. A detailed analysis of first and second shift of IBPS Clerk Pre 2020 exam held today, is provided for the candidates' reference.
Candidates who are appearing in the upcoming shift exams will get to know the difficulty level and types of questions asked from each section.
The first shift exam was of easy level. The pattern of the examination was similar to previous one and no new pattern was obseved in the examination. Overall no major changes were seen in the first shift exam. The number of questions asked from each topic along with the section was moderate level.
1) English Language: Reading Comprehension- 4-6 Questions, Sentence Re-arrangement- 5 Questions, Spelling Error- 6 Questions, Error spotting- 6 Questions, Cloze Test- 7 Questions.
2) Reasoning Ability: Puzzles and Seating Arrangement- 18 Questions. Blood relations- 3 questions, Direction Sense- 4 Questions, Inequality- 3 questions, Letter and Number series- 5 Questions, Miscellaneous- 4 Questions.
3) Quantitative Aptitude- Data Interpretation 10 questions, Missing Number series- 10 questions, Arithmetic Questions- 10 questions, Simplification- 10 questions.
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For details regarding good attempts, expected cut off and memory based paper, students may have a look at the IBPS Clerk Prelims 2020 paper analysis by gradeup experts.