Hi friends, recently IBPS was conducted PO Mains exam in October 2015. Large number of candidates have appeared in this exam. Now all those candidates are waiting for IBPS PO V Mains Exam Results. Candidates who would be qualified in mains exam are only called for interviews. IBPS has right to decide cutoff marks for all exams conducting by IBPS. IBPS has not declared cut off marks for IBPS PO V Mains Exam 2015. Here we are providing IBPS PO V Mains Exam 2015 Expected Cut off marks for sectional, total and categories wise. We have given these cut off marks based on previous years cut off marks and other factors.
IBPS PO V Mains Exam 2015 Expected Cutoff marks:
Here we are giving sectional wise cut off marks for General category candidates.
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IBPS PO V Mains Exam 2015 Expected Cutoff marks category wise:
IBPS PO V Mains Exam has 200 questions and each question carry 1 mark. So, candidates have written examination for total 200 marks. Candidates must have scored above cutoff marks in section and total. Cut off marks are varied for categories. Here we are giving total cut off marks for various categories.
General category: 89-92
OBC category: 80-86
SC category: 76-80
ST category: 60-65
Large number of candidates failed to score in English section. But this section was a bit easier and it remained almost similar as it was in all the previous exams. So we are expecting the percentage of failure candidates through English section may decrease this time.
The next section of most failures happened is reasoning section. This was quite surprising and proved to be one of the time taking sections in the Mains exam. People have wasted a lot of time in this section. This effect have influenced on other sections.
Quantitative Aptitude is also time taking and confused section. Quantitative aptitude was again tough as it was used to be in previous exams. May some candidates cannot be score minimum cut off marks in this section.
We are already told that this section is very easiest and hardest section from all sections.
This is the simple section to score qualifying marks. Least number of candidates disqualify through this section.
All the best for all candidates