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IBPS Clerk 2022 Exam Analysis (All Shifts) - Paper Analysis, Exam Review

Updated By Priyanka on 03 Aug, 2022 16:25

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IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis 2022

The Prelims test will be held on August 28 and September 3 and 4, 2022, by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS). In order to ace the exam, candidates must adequately prepare for it. Because of this, it's crucial for applicants to consult the analysis of the IBPS Clerk previous year exams offered in this post. Candidates will be able to choose which subjects to pay closer attention to as a result. The IBPS Clerk exam is a national exam used to select applicants for positions in the clerical cadre at the participating banks. 

After the exam is successfully completed, experts will give their IBPS Clerk exam analysis 2022. You may learn all the information about the correct answers, the level of difficulty of the questions, and the common categories of questions on the test.

To succeed in the recruiting drive, consider the amount of challenge and competitiveness. The exam analysis will give you a clear picture of how you performed on the test and look at your chances of passing it. Only the input provided by the test-takers will be used in the exam analysis.

IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam Analysis 2022

S.NoSectionsGood AttemptsDifficulty level
1.Reasoning Ability
2.Quantitative Aptitude
Overall Attempts

IBPS Clerk (Prelims) Exam 2021 (12th December 2021)

The live exam analysis and review of IBPS Clerk (Prelims) exam that is to be conducted on December 12, 2021, is available here. The candidates can check the shift-wise analysis of IBPS Clerk (Prelims) Dec 2021 exam here.

IBPS Clerk Exam 1st Shift Overall Analysis (Shift 1 - Dec 12)

As per the analysis of all the shifts of IBPS Clerk exam that was held on 12th Dec 2021, the difficulty level of the exam was easy to moderate. The exam was neither easy nor tough in all the shifts, and IBPS maintained equal difficulty level in all the shifts of the Prelims exam for Clerks. 

Name of SectionGood AttemptsLevel
English22-24Easy to Moderate
Reasoning Ability28-29Easy
Quantitative Ability23-26Easy to Moderate
Overall Good Attempts73-79Easy to Moderate

IBPS Clerk (Prelims) English Language 1st Shift Analysis - Easy

The level of difficulty of the English Language section of the IBPS Clerk (Prelims) exam was Easy to Moderate. The Reading Comprehension section is based on a passage on Medical Science. The topic-wise analysis can be checked below -

Name of the TopicTotal No. of QuestionsLevel
Spelling Errors05Easy
Mis Spelt05Easy
Word Swap03-04Easy
Para Jumble04Easy
Sentence Correction05Easy
Reading Comprehension07Easy

IBPS Clerk (Prelims) Reasoning Aptitude Analysis 1st Shift Analysis - Easy to Moderate

The level of difficulty of the Reasoning section of the IBPS Clerk (Prelims) exam was Easy. The topic-wise analysis can be checked below -

Name of the TopicTotal No. of QuestionsLevel
Puzzles and Seating Arrangement19Easy to Moderate
Syllogism03Easy to Moderate
Inequalities04Easy to Moderate
Direction and Distance03Easy to Moderate
Alphanumeric Series04Easy to Moderate
Word Sequencing01Easy
Order & Ranking01Easy

IBPS Clerk (Prelims) Quantitative Aptitude 1st Shift Analysis - Easy to Moderate

The overall difficulty level of this section is Easy to Moderate. The questions were time-consuming and calculative. Mensuration, Profit Loss, SI-CI, Age, Boat and Stream were among the subjects addressed in the Arithmetic section. The topic-wise analysis can be checked below -

Name of the TopicTotal No. of QuestionsLevel
DI05Easy to Moderate
Wrong Number Series05Easy 
Simplification10Easy to Moderate
Arithmetic15Easy to Moderate

IBPS Clerk Pre Exam Analysis (Prelims) 2021

The pre-exam analysis of IBPS Clerk (Prelims) 2021 exam, prepared with vital inputs from the CollegeDekho experts, will prepare the candidates for the upcoming preliminary exam of IBPS Clerk 2021. With the help of the pre-exam analysis of the IBPS Clerk 2021 exam, the candidates will have a fair bit of idea regarding the overall difficulty of each section and the type of questions that will be asked in the question paper. The pre-exam analysis of IBPS Prelims 2021 paper will also enlighten the candidates about the weighatge to be given on each topic. The pre-exam analysis of the IBPS clerk (Mains) exam 2021 will also be available shortly after the conclusion of the preliminary examination and declaration of result. 

The IBPS Clerk (Prelims) 2021 exam paper will be divided into three sections - Reasoning Ability, Numerical Ability and English Language. The entire prelims paper will comprise of 100 questions in an objective format. The maximum marks of the IBPS Clerk (Prelims) 2021 exam will be 100 and the test-takers will have 60 minutes to attempt all of them. 

Based on the scores obtained by the candidates in the IBPS Clerk (Prelims) exam of 2021, a list of shortlisted candidates will be prepared who will be eligible to take part in the IBPS Clerk (Mains) 2021 exam. 

Note:  The aspirants must make sure that they go through the pre-exam analysis of IBPS Clerk (Prelims) in a detailed fashion which will assist them with various important information regarding the exam.

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