The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection is an autonomous body that conducts IBPS clerk exam every year. It provides services to all the Public sectors such as RBI, NABARD, SIDBI, SBI, LIC and other financial institutions. IBPS has gained the repute of being a keyPersonnel Selection Test Conducting Agency in our country. It has a massive strength to develop and build up its ability to conduct such a testing program for lakhs of students at the same time in around more than 200 cities at the same time.
IBPS Clerk 2018 has two phases in selection process prelims and mains. Phase I Prelims exam contains Reasoning/Numerical/English. The candidates have to get cut-off in all the three subjects Phase II Main Exam contains Quantitative aptitude/Reasoning/Computer Aptitude/General & Financial awareness. Please note there will be a penalty for objective questions. Each question will be deducted with 0.25 marks if it is answered wrongly. So, better if you are not confident with the answer please quit it. You will not be penalized.
Such an examination needs good preparation. As we all know IBPS Clerk mock test is given by many reliable sites as such in the real-time exam. So, the aspirants may prepare for their IBPS Clerk exam through IBPS clerk mock test. After appearing in the IBPS Clerk mock testthe results are given in a precise way. From the detailed report itself, one can understand where he/she went out wrong and the rectifying methods.
IBPS Clerk 2018 Preliminary exam is scheduled to be conducted on 8/9/15/16 December 2018 and the main exam is scheduled on 20/1/19. IBPS Clerk 2018 exam registration process is conducted online. The link will be available on the official site for the online registration once the official announcement is announced. The application fee for IBPS Clerk 2018 OBC/General category aspirants have to pay Rs.600/- whereas SC/ST/Physically challenged have to pay 100/- through online and not by any other medium.
In this year, major changes have been observed in the exam pattern. The number of questions and the total duration has been revised in this year. The Latest IBPS clerk main will constitute 190 questions that need to be answered in a time of 160 minutes. Till last year, the Reasoning ability and Computer aptitude used to be conducted separately. But, this year onwards these two sections are blended and will contain 50 questions which have to be solved within 45 minutes of time duration. Both in English and Hindi, the IBPS Clerk preliminary and mains will be conducted.
How is the final score calculated for IBPS Clerk VII Exam?
- For the selection marks obtained in the prelims will not be considered.
- Candidates should qualify in the main for their final merit
- The score of 100 will be used for the final merit list against each category. The top finals will be selected from the merit list.
The syllabus for numerical ability, reasoning and English language is the same for both prelims and mains. Along with that General awareness, computer knowledge is added. The General awareness will be entirely from banking awareness.