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IBPS Clerk Mains Exam Analysis 8th October 2022: The IBPS Clerk Main exam for 2022 was held today 8th October 2022. There was a single shift. This blog will detail the distribution of questions, the difficulty, and the types of questions for each section.

There are four sections in the IBPS Clerk Mains exam- Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning, General Awareness, and English Language. We will detail the good attempts for each section and the question distributions. This exam analysis will help you understand the way the question paper has been framed and is helpful.

IBPS Clerk Mains Exam Analysis 8th October 2022

Check the complete analysis of IBPS Clerk Mains Exam Analysis 2022 below :

Difficulty level

SectionsShift 1
Reasoning and Computer AptitudeModerate-Difficult
Quantitative AptitudeModerate
General AwarenessEasy-Moderate
English LanguageModerate
OverallModerate

Shift-wise Good Attempts

SectionsShift 1
Reasoning and Computer Aptitude17-20
Numerical Ability24-27
General Awareness25-28
English Language19-22
Overall87-97

IBPS Clerk Mains Exam Analysis 2022: Section-Wise Analysis

Section-wise Analysis of IBPS Clerk Mains exam – 8th October 2022 :

IBPS Clerk Mains Exam Analysis: Quantitative Aptitude

A few arithmetic questions were lengthy. Otherwise, the level of the exam was easy-moderate. The DI questions were as follows:

  • Absent-Present (Table) : 5
  • Members (Pie Chart): 5
  • Sold-Unsold (Caselet) : 5
  • Fitness Center (Line Graph): 5

The following were the topics covered in the 50 questions for Quantitative:

TopicsShift 1
DI 20
Approximation4
Number Series1
Series based2
Quadratic Equations5
Data Sufficiency3
Arithmetic (Pipe & Cistern, Profit & Loss, SI, Mensuration, Averages, Percentage, Partnership)15
Overall50

IBPS Clerk Mains Exam Analysis: Reasoning and Computer Aptitude

The reasoning section was mostly moderate to difficult, and some questions were quite lengthy. The following questions were covered in the 50-question section:

TopicsShift 1
Hexagonal Shaped Seating Arrangement5
PuzzleTime slot: 4
Age: 4
Floor and flat: 5
Matrix: 5
Blood relations2
Inequalities3
Uncertain Number of People5
Syllogisms3
Machine Input/Output4
Logical Reasoning10
Overall50

IBPS Clerk Mains Exam Analysis: English Language

English section was considered easy-moderate as well. The 40 questions long section was broken up in the following manner:

TopicsNo. of Questions
Reading Comprehension 1 (Japan)8
Reading Comprehension 2 (Mountain Height)7
Parajumble5
Fillers5
Error Detection (Incorrect Word)5
Word Swap4
Word Rearrangement5
Inference1
Total40

IBPS Clerk Mains Analysis: General Awareness

For the General Awareness section, candidates mainly found it moderate. The 40-question section covered the following topics mainly:

  • WWF Animal Logo
  • Yes Bank 32% shareholding
  • NARCL Recovery (Bad Bank)
  • Small Saving Scheme (PMV Y Yojna)
  • Legal Entity Identifier (Date)
  • 675 billion population
  • Swanidhi Yojna Extension
  • Novak Djovik
  • International Day of Democracy
  • Export (NIRYAT Full form, what does A stand for)
  • Saubhagya Scheme
  • NATO Formation accord
  • G7
  • Certificate of Deposits
  • Rating Agencies numbers
  • Other Scheme related
  • Shinjo Abe PM (When did he become PM)
  • NFSC Ranking
  • 10th Schedule (Anti-defection Law)
  • Payment Gateway
  • Bharath Bill Payment System
  • Global Livability Index

Most of the questions covered the events from May to July.

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Conclusion

Overall the paper was considered to be mostly moderate. The reasoning questions were slightly difficult and the other sections were also moderate in difficulty.

That’s all from Oliveboard for now! We hope your attempt was your best and wish you the best of luck in the future!

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