Hi Friends, Today IBPS was conducted Common Written Examination CWE V for PO posts. Examination was conducted in 4 slots. Morning 2 slots and evening 2 slots. Next examination will be conducted in tomorrow. Today 100% candidates successfully attended PO V preliminary examination. Before going to analyze questions asked in today 4th slot of IBPS PO V prelims, we have to know examination pattern. This exam papers consist of 3 sections English, Reasoning and Aptitude. Let us discuss about questions asked in each section.
Questions asked in IBPS PO V Prelims Exam 3rd October 2015 4th Slot:
(Conversation between Our member and Student appeared in Exam)
How was today IBPS PO V Prelims Exam?
Questions are moderate, maximum candidates may be attempted more than 80 questions.
What is the cutoff for IBPS PO V Prelims Exam?
I Think cutoff marks may be in between 70 to 80 (English 7 to 10, Reasoning 10 – 15 and Aptitude 10 – 15).
How Many Questions You Attempted?
I have attempted 84 questions. (English 26, Reasoning 30 and Aptitude 28)
How much time taken for each section?
English – 15 minutes
Reasoning – 25 minutes
Aptitude – 20 minutes
(Not Exactly but approximate)
Which is easy and which is hard to you?
As per my side Reasoning section is easy and English Section is hard. Because I have prepared more and more for English section but I have not attempted according to that but I have not concentrate on reasoning section and I attempted 30 questions.
Which Type of Questions asked in Each Section?
Quantitative Aptitude: Series, quadratic equation, simplification, data interpretation, SI,CI, Speed &Time, Profit and Loss, Time and Work, Averages, Ages, Ratio etc.
English Language: Reading comprehension, close test, fillers, Para-jumbled, errors, etc
Reasoning Ability: Inequalities, Coding & Decoding, Syllogism, Sitting Arrangement , Complex Arrangement based on Color and Months/ North South Arrangement, Ranking, Direction Sense, Blood Relations etc
Thank for Sharing your Experience, We wish you all the best?
Thank you and thank you all my dear friends and all the best.