# IBPS RRB Officer Scale I Prelims Exam Analysis 11th August 2018 - Shift 4

## IBPS RRB Officer Scale-1 Prelims Overall Exam Analysis

The overall difficulty level of this examination was moderate., this was a major relief to all the aspirants but this also means that the number of attempts will go high. There were no major changes in this shift and the level and types of questions asked were similar to previous shifts.

## IBPS RRB PO Exam Analysis 2018: Section-wise Analysis

The overall difficulty level of this Examination was Moderate. Let's move forward to the section-wise analysis of IBPS RRB PO Prelims Examination 2018IBPS RRB Officer Pre Exam Number of Good Attempts

## SectionGood Attempts Quantitative Aptitude27-30 Reasoning Ability25-28 Overall52-58 We hope this article on IBPS RRB Officer Prelims Exam Analysis has provided you some good insights on your performance. Note: Only recommendation for aspirants who are yet to attempt IBPS RRB PO Prelims in the upcoming days/shifts would be – “AVOID NEGATIVE MARKING”.

### IBPS RRB Officer Pre Exam Analysis for Quant Section

The level of this section was Moderate and the questions were calculative. Questions based on Quantity 1 and Quantity 2 in a preliminary level examination took everyone by surprise.
Following types of DIs were asked in this shift:

• 2 Mix DIs (Table + Bar Graph)
• 1 Caselet

## Topics No. of Questions Level Data Interpretation 15 Moderate Quadratic Equations 5 Moderate Wrong Number Series 5 Moderate Quantity-1, Quantity-2 5 Moderate Arithmetic Word Problems 10 Moderate Total 40 Moderate

### IBPS RRB Officer Pre Exam Analysis for Reasoning Section

The level of reasoning section was Moderate. There were a total of 04 sets of Puzzles and Seating Arrangements. Following are the types of Puzzles and Seating Arrangement asked in IBPS RRB Officer Scale I 2018 Exam:
1. Circular Puzzle (8 people, 3 of them facing center and 5 facing outside)
2. A puzzle based on Days, People and Movies
3. Linear Puzzle (10 people sitting in a row facing north)
4. Box-based puzzle (11 boxes)