Ans. The IBPS RRB PO or the Officer Scale I prelims exam comprises two sections: reasoning ability and quantitative aptitude with 40 questions from each section .
Ans. The reasoning ability section was easy to moderate in level for the IBPS RRB PO prelims exam 2020 .
Ans. A composite time of 45 minutes is provided to the candidate to solve the 80 questions in the IBPS RRB PO prelims exam .
Ans. The IBPS RRB PO exam is conducted to recruit Officers in Scale I in the various Regional Rural Banks of the country .
The IBPS RRB PO Prelims Exam Analysis will help candidates appearing for the post of Officer Scale I in various Regional Rural Banks of the country to understand the exam pattern and the standard of exam in a clear manner.
IBPS RRB PO Prelims 2020 has already started and a detailed review of the preliminary exam conducted on September 12th and 13th has been discussed in this article.
Candidates looking for more information regarding the IBPS RRB 2021 exam can refer to the linked article and prepare themselves accordingly.
Also, refer to the links given below and prepare yourself for the upcoming Officer Scale I exam 2021:
The exam analysis from the previous year paper will help candidates preparing for the upcoming IBPS RRB PO exam understand the exam well.
This year, the Regional Rural Bank exam was conducted in 5 shifts each day and an analysis of each shift has been given here.
Given below is the IBPS RRB PO exam pattern for the 2021 examination:
Refer to the IBPS RRB syllabus and ensure that sufficient time is spent on preparing each topic under both the sections.
The IBPS RRB PO Prelims exam was conducted on September 12 and 13, 2020 in five shifts. Given below is the overall IBPS RRB officer scale I preliminary exam review for the five shifts along with the number of good attempts:
The overall level of the exam was between easy to moderate and the accuracy and speed of candidates played a very important part in analysing the overall performance and standard of examination.
A supplementary re-exam was conducted for the post of Officer Scale I for the preliminary phase of the examination on December 31, 2020. Given below is the IBPS RRB PO prelims exam analysis for all the shifts below:
Candidates can also check the IBPS RRB PO Mains Exam Analysis for their reference and earn more about the Officer Scale I exam.
To qualify any IBPS exam, it is important for a candidate to know that they not just have to secure the overall cut off declared by the conducting body but also need to attain the minimum qualifying marks for each section.
Similarly, for a candidate to qualify the IBPS RRB Officer Scale I prelims exam, he/she needs to qualify the sectional cut off as well.
Interested candidates can check the IBPS RRB cut off for prelims and mains exam, along with the sectional cut off at the linked article.
Given below is the section-wise IBPS RRB PO exam analysis for the prelims exam conducted on September 12, 2020:
Given below is the section-wise IBPS RRB PO exam analysis for the prelims exam conducted on September 13, 2020:
Given below is the table with the section-wise number of good attempts in the two sections which are included in the prelims examination conducted on December 31, 2020:
The prelims exam is only qualifying in nature and the marks scored at this phase of the examination are not calculated for the final merit. The candidates who qualify for the prelims are further shortlisted for the mains examination.
The syllabus for most of the bank exams is almost the same. So, candidates can also check the detailed, section-wise bank exam syllabus to prepare themselves for the upcoming IBPS RRB recruitment.
The reasoning ability section is one of the most scoring sections in the various bank exams and the Regional Rural bank exam is no exception.
The overall difficulty level of the reasoning ability section for the prelims exam was moderate and candidates could easily attempt at least 25-30 questions out of 40 in all the four shifts.
Given below is the IBPS RRB PO exam analysis for the reasoning ability section based on the overall level of questions in all the five shifts combined together.
The table below shows the topics from which questions were majorly asked in the prelims examination in all the for shifts combined together, along with the number of questions asked from those topics:
The puzzles and seating arrangement questions asked consisted of:
Aspirants can look for the logical reasoning syllabus at the linked article.
To know more about the IBPS RRB PO result , steps to check it and important dates, candidates can visit the linked article.
The Quantitative aptitude section comes out as one of the toughest sections in the bank exams and candidates need to prepare themselves accordingly for this section.
The quantitative aptitude section in the prelims exam for IBPS RRB PO was moderate, with not many complicated questions asked in this section.
Given below is a table a comprehensive analysis of the quantitative aptitude section based on the five shifts of the two days of the preliminary exam. Based on this, candidates can apprehend the number of questions which were asked from each topic.
Overall the paper was lengthy but candidates could attempt at least 24-31 questions in the quantitative aptitude section.
Candidates must note that the Regional Rural Bank Exam is one of the most sought after exams in the country and joining the banking sector as a Probationary Officer in RRB is a dream for many.
Candidates with questions regarding the posting or the list of RRBs in India can check the linked article.
For information regarding the various other Bank PO exams, candidates can visit the linked article and know more about the job profile, responsibilities and recruitment details for other Probationary Officers exam.
Ans. Yes, there is an Interview phase for the IBPS RRB Officer Scale I selection process .
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IBPS RRB PO Prelims Exam Analysis – Overall (September 12, 2020)
IBPS RRB PO Prelims Exam Analysis – Overall (September 13, 2020)
IBPS RRB PO Prelims Exam Analysis – Overall (December 31, 2020)
IBPS RRB PO Prelims Exam Analysis – Section-wise (September 12, 2020)
IBPS RRB PO Prelims Exam Analysis – Section-wise (September 13, 2020)
IBPS RRB PO Prelims Exam Analysis – Section-wise (December 31, 2020)
IBPS RRB PO Prelims Exam Analysis – Reasoning Ability
IBPS RRB PO Prelims Exam Analysis – Quantitative Aptitude
Quantity 1 and Quantity 2 Based Questions
Word Problems (Simple & Compound Interest, Profit & Loss, Time & Work, Speed & Distance, Pipes & Cistern, Partnership, Age Problems, Boat & Stream and SI & CI)