IBPS Clerk Previous Year Question Paper: The IBPS Clerk exam is conducted by IBPS for the recruitment of candidates for the post of clerk in various banks across the country. The previous year papers are very helpful in the efficient preparation for the IBPS Clerk exam 2022. Candidates must prepare and practice with the Previous Year’s papers in order to get better idea about the IBPS Clerk exam 2022 and type of questions asked in this exam. The IBPS Clerk Previous Year Question Papers can be considered a guiding light for the aspirants. As the IBPS Clerk notification 2022 is already out, candidate should start preparing for IBPS Clerk exam 2022 in full swing. The IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam 2022 will be scheduled for 28th August, 03rd & 04th September 2022. The eligible and interested candidates are advised to utilize this time and practice with the previous year question papers to crack the banking exam.
IBPS Clerk Previous Year Question Paper- Memory Based 2021
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IBPS Clerk Exam pattern 2022
STAGE 1 — PRELIMS EXAM
In this stage, a candidate is tested on subjects like English and Numerical Ability. The candidates must clear the exam by getting the required cut off in each of these sections, only then can they appear for the Main exam.
The total marks of this paper are 100, and the cutoff keeps on changing every year depending on the performance of the candidates on an average.
|Sl.No||Name of Tests||No. of questions||Maximum Marks||Duration|
|1.||English Language||30||30||20 minutes|
|2.||Numerical Ability||35||35||20 minutes|
|3.||Reasoning Ability||35||35||20 minutes|
|Total||100||100||Composite time of 1 Hour|
The candidate should acquire cut-off marks to qualify for the next round. It is an objective-based exam, and the time allotted is 1 hour.
STAGE 2 — MAIN EXAM
In this stage, a candidate is tested on subjects like Computer Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude, General or Financial Awareness.
The exam consists of a total of 190 questions, and it should be completed by the candidates within 160 minutes. Both exams can be given in either English or Hindi, depending on the candidate’s proficiency level.
|Sl. No||Name of Tests||No. of questions||Maximum Marks||Duration|
|1.||Reasoning and Computer Ability||50||60||45 minutes|
|2.||English Language||40||40||35 minutes|
|4.||General/Finance Awareness||50||50||35 minutes|
Negative Marking For Wrong Answers:
There are negative marks for wrong answers in both exams, that is, the Preliminary exam and the Main exam. For every wrong answer, one-fourth mark is deducted from marks of a correct answer.
The Final Score Of A Candidate Is Calculated Based On:
- Marks scored in Stage 2, that is, Main Exam is totally considered.
- Marks obtained in Stage 1, that is, Prelim Exam is only needed for appearing in stage two exam.
- The candidates who score the highest marks and acquire the top merit rank are finally selected.
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