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In line with its policy to always keep an eye on different exam patterns and share useful information with the students to crack the respective exam, TCYonline.com this time has done analysis on IBPS CWE and PO exams and has got some important inf...
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In line with its policy to always keep an eye on different exam patterns and share useful information with the students to crack the respective exam, TCYonline.com this time has done analysis on IBPS CWE and PO exams and has got some important information for the students. Following are some of the key points which are the outcome of this analysis:

Exam Pattern: There are 5 sections in all with a total of 250 marks. There is negative marking of 0.25 for each question.

In Quantitative Section, simplification, approximation, series, simple equation and ratio, proportion covers 77% of the section.

For the last 2 years, there has been no question in the Reasoning Section, from classifications, analogies, cubes and dice, algebra, logical games, alphabet ranking, clocks and calendars.

On the other hand, syllogism/deductions non verbal series/visual reasoning, data sufficiency based on reasoning (blood relation, directions, coding/decoding etc), input/output, circular/linear arrangement etc questions are frequently asked in the exams.

Data Interpretation part containing pie charts, graphs, case let, covers less than 10% of paper.

Computer knowledge is a must for the candidate as this part covers almost 20% of the exam with a significant portion covering questions from MS-Office, Internet and Network related questions.

General Knowledge section for these banking exams covers topics like macro Economics and Bank Awareness.

In verbal area, there are more questions from Para jumbles, sentence equivalence, and sentence correction. Reading comprehension also includes vocabulary questions. This section contains 50 questions carrying 25 marks.



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