IBPS Clerk Previous Year Question Papers 2017
If you are going to appear for the examination of IBPS Clerk, then you should know how the examination pattern will be. This method lets you gain good marks in the examination and to be selected for the Clerk post. So please observe the previous year model paper pattern of IBPS Clerk examination given below.
Reasoning is the first part of the examination which will be dealt by the candidates in the examination and main topics in this examination will be Verbal and Non-verbal reasoning, Number Series, Coding and De-coding, Venn Diagrams, Statement and Conclusion, Pattern Matching and etc.
Quantitative Aptitude is the second topic for the candidates which will be given after the section of Reasoning and main topics in this section will be Number System, Averages, LCM and HCF, Time and Work, Percentage, Profit, Simple and Compound Interest, Problems on Ages, Graphs and Chats and etc.
English Language is most probably depends on the topics of Vocabulary, Synonyms, Antonyms, Comprehension Passages and etc. Candidates must have good grip on English grammar then they can solve these type of problems easily. Reading of English news papers and listen news will be more benefit for the candidates when they deal with this section.
General Awareness has the main topics of Current Events around the world, General Science, Banking Sector and it’s updates, Sports, Technology, Important Dates, Culture and etc. Computer Awareness is the final section which deals with Ms Office, Input and Output devices of the computer, Internet, Memory Operations, Internet, LAN and WAN, Generations of the computer, Computer Organization and etc.
1. Pre-Exam syllabus (Duration:1 hour)
- Reasoning Ability Paper 35 (Questions) 35 (Marks)
- Quantitative Aptitude Paper 35 (Questions) 35 (Marks)
- English Language Paper 30 (Questions) 30 (Marks)
2. Mains Exam syllabus (2 hours) and 200 questions.
- Reasoning Test 40 (marks)
- English Language Test 40 (marks)
- Numerical Ability Test 40 (marks)
- General Awareness Test 40 (marks)
- Computer Knowledge Test 40 (marks)