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IBPS Clerk Prelims Syllabus & Pattern

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS), Mumbai wiil conduct Preliminary Examinations for Clerk Positions 2019. Get information on IBPS Clerk Prelims written examination Syllabus and Exam Pattern. The Reasoning Ability section is considered to be the most scoring section of the IBPS Clerk exam. It tests the candidates’ ability to solve problems. The questions asked in the Reasoning Ability section mostly cover topics like verbal reasoning, brainteasers, puzzles and other miscellaneous topics.

 

IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam Pattern:

Section MCQs Marks Duration
Reasoning Ability 35 35 20 minutes
Numerical Ability 35 35 20 minutes
English Language 30 30 20 minutes
Total 100 100 1 Hour

Note:
– IBPS Clerk Prelims exam will be conducted online
– Questions will be asked in objective MCQ format
– 100 MCQs will be asked from Reasoning Ability, Numerical Ability & English
– Negative Marking: 1/4th of the total marks will be deducted as penalty for every wrong answer
– There will be sectional timing of 20 minutes for each section

Important Topics from Reasoning Ability:

IBPS Clerk Prelims 2019

Total Questions – 35 (Reasoning Ability)

Topic Sub-topics Difficulty Level
Puzzles

(10-15 questions)

Box-Based

Direction-based

Linear Arrangement

Seating Arrangement

Circular Arrangement

With Variable/Without Variable

Medium to Difficult
Non-Verbal Reasoning

(5-10 questions)

Odd man out

Blood relations

Order Ranking

Cube and dices

Figures Series

Mirror/Water reflection

Decision Making

Medium to Difficult
Series

(3-5 questions)

Numeric

Alphabetical Alphanumeric

Easy to Medium
Syllogism

(3-5 questions)

Disjunctive

Conditional

Categorical

Easy to Medium
Coding-Decoding

(3-5 questions)

Simple

Chinese

Easy to Medium
Logical

(3-5 questions)

Causes and Effects

Direction

Venn Diagrams

Calendar

Medium to Difficult
Statement

(2-3 questions)

Assertion & Reason

Statement & Arguments

Statement & Conclusion

Statements & Action Courses

Medium to Difficult

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