IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection) recruits personnel for Public Sector banks, for which, it conducts competitive exams every year, and relies on candidates’ knowledge, speed and accuracy. IBPS 2019 notification is expected to be released by August first week, according to IBPS calendar. The number of candidates attempting various exams conducted by IBPS is increasing by every year, which itself shows the importance of these competitive exams. Glamour job along with attractive salary package and other allowances makes this exam more popular. This three-phased exam is really a great opportunity for young government job aspirants.
IBPS PO 2019 Exam Dates ( Tentative)
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IBPS Cut off Analysis
It is always good, to go through previous years cut-off analysis. Cut-off mark margins can be decided accordingly with each shifts of exam. Awareness of cut-off marks during exam preparation will surely helps to improve attempts and accuracy. For prelims it’s very important to have speed. If one knows the cut off marks, will help one to improve the areas, if needed.
IBPS PO 2018 Prelims cut-off
IBPS PO 2018 Prelims Subject wise cut off
Those who have cleared prelims can appear for mains examination. Results can be checked thorough the link provided by ENTRI or by official website www.ibps.in
IBPS PO Mains cut-off 2018
IBPS PO 2018-19 Mains exam was conducted on 18th November 2018.
IBPS PO Mains Subject wise cut off
|Subjects||Maximum marks||Cut-off (Gen)|
|Reasoning & Computer knowledge||60||10.25|
|Data analysis & Data Interpretation||60||4.50|
|General Economy & Banking Awareness||40||8.00|
Those who have cleared Mains will be shortlisted for GD/PI. The final result will be cumulative of candidates’ mains and GD/PI. IBPS 2018-19 results were released on 1st April 2019.
IBPS PO 2019 Preparation
Considering these results candidate can get an idea for preparation. Few tips are:
- Understand the basics
- Practice mock tests daily
- Time management
- English newspaper reading
- Note down Current affairs
For preliminary examination speed really matters, as you have to attempt 100 questions, within a time limit of 60 minutes. Preparation for mains examination should be started along with prelims as current affairs, descriptive sessions are important and will be hectic to complete after preliminary examination result announcement. Always hope for the best and prepare well.