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IBPS PO Mains Cut off 2019: Check PO Mains Exam Analysis (30 Nov) & Cut off Marks (Expected) here

IBPS PO Mains Exam Analysis 2019 is provided here along with the IBPS PO expected cut off 2019. Check here the IBPS PO Mains Cut-off 2019 for GEN/OBC/SC/ST/PwD candidates. IBPS PO Mains exam was conducted on 30 November 2019 in different shifts. 

Dec 3, 2019 11:25 IST
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IBPS PO Mains 2019
IBPS PO Mains 2019

IBPS PO Mains Cut off 2019: Get here the detailed IBPS PO Mains Exam Analysis 2019 along with the difficulty level, questions asked and good attempts made by the candidates. After analysing the IBPS PO Mains 2019 exam in detail, we have also provided here the IBPS PO Mains Expected Cutoff 2019. Candidates who appeared for the IBPS PO Mains Exam 2019 can get a decent idea about their IBPS PO Mains score through the given expected cutoff marks. 

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducted the IBPS PO Mains Exam 2019 on 30 November 2019 for the recruitment of Probationary Officers (PO) in public sector banks. Candidates who appeared for the exam shared that the difficulty level of the IBPS PO Mains exam was “Difficulty” and very lengthy. The Data Interpretation & Analysis section was the most difficult among all. Candidates were able to attempt around 65 to 69 questions in total.

In IBPS PO Mains 2019 exam, questions were asked in both Objective and Descriptive format. The Objective multiple-choice questions were asked from Reasoning Ability and Computer Aptitude, English Language, Data Interpretation & Analysis and General/ Economy/ Banking Awareness and the Descriptive questions were asked from the English Language- Letter and Essay Writing. 

Check here the IBPS PO Expected Cut off Marks of the Mains exam based on the IBPS PO Mains Exam Analysis. Have a look:

IBPS PO Mains Expected Cut off 2019

After analysing the IBPS PO Mains 2019 Exam and taking into consideration the difficulty level, here we have provided the cut off marks of the IBPS PO Mains exam 2019. This year, IBPS has announced a total of 4336 vacancies for the Probationary Officers (PO) and over 7.5 lakhs appeared for the IBPS PO 2019 recruitment exam this year. The IBPS PO Final Cut off 2019 will be released soon after considering all these factors. However, we have provided here expected cut off marks of the IBPS PO Mains Exam 2019 for GEN/OBC/SC/ST/PwD candidates. Have a look:

Category

Expected Cut-off Marks

General

57 - 62

OBC

55 - 60

SC/ST

52 - 55

PwD

48 - 52

IBPS PO Mains Cut-off 2018-19

Category

Cut Off Marks

General

74.50

OBC

68.38

SC

56.38

ST

35.75

PwD (HI)

42.63

PwD (OC)

53.25

PwD (VI)

66.88

PwD (ID)

37

IBPS PO Mains Exam Analysis 2019: Difficulty Level & Good Attempts

Section

Good Attempts

Difficulty Level

Data Analysis & Interpretation

8 - 10

Difficult

Reasoning & Computer Aptitude

10- 12

Difficult

General Awareness

18 - 24

Moderate

English Language

13 - 16

Difficult

Total

65 - 69

Difficult

Data Analysis & Interpretation 

Topic

Total Questions

Difficulty Level

Data Interpretation

Probability based Line Graph

Percentage based Line Graph DI

Bar Graph

Missing DI

Pie Chart based DI

Caselet

Time and work based Caselet DI

34

Difficult

Wrong Series

1

Moderate

Total

35

Difficult

Reasoning & Computer Aptitude

Topic

Total Questions

Difficulty Level

Puzzles - Floor based, Circular Seating Arrangement, Box based, Linear Arrangement

25

Difficult

Direction + Coding-Decoding

3

Moderate - Difficult

Logical Reasoning

5

Difficult

Inequality

2

Moderate

Blood Relations

2

Moderate

Series

1

Moderate

Machine Input Output (4 steps)

3

Difficult

Machine Input Output (3 steps)

4

Moderate- Difficult

Total

45

Difficult

English Language

Topics

Total Questions

Difficulty Level

Reading Comprehension

12

Difficult

Rearrangement of Sentences

15

Difficult

Cloze Test

3

Moderate- Difficult

Error Detection

5

Difficult

Total

35

Difficult

General Awareness

In the General Awareness section, candidates were asked a total of 40 questions. Majority of the questions were from Current Affairs of last three months. Questions asked were:

- FASTag

- CIBIL Score

- Bharosa Saving Account

- COP25 Summit

- Chief Justice of India

- ADB Loan

- Vyas Samaan 2018

- Audio Visual Heritage Day 2019

- Ujjivan Bank

- ABADHA scheme

- International Solar Alliance

- Sashakt Scheme

- Mother Teresa Memorial Award

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