IBPS PO Mains Expected Cutoff 2017: Are you in safe zone??

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IBPS PO Mains Expected Cutoff 2017: Are you in safe zone??

IBPS PO Mains Expected Cutoff 2017: On 26 Nov 2017, (IBPS) culminated IBPS PO Mains examination for the post of Probationary Officer. A number of candidates appeared for the paper and submitted their queries online regarding how the paper was.

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IBPS PO Mains Exam Analysis 2017 (Section-wise): 26 NovemberMerging all the crucial factors like Previous year’s cut off, overall exam difficulty level, the number of vacancies etc, we are going to formulate an overall IBPS PO Mains Expected Cutoff 2017 to help candidates get in touch with safe score needed to be on the merit list.

 

IBPS PO Mains Expected Cutoff 2017

The second stage written examination for IBPS PO Probationary Officer consisted of 4 sections with a total of 155 questions and 200 marks.

Name of the Section No. of Questions Max Marks Time Allotted
Reasoning & Computer 45 60 60 Minutes
English Language 35 40 40 Minutes
Data Analysis & Interpretation 35 60 45 Minutes
General Awareness 40 40 35 Minutes
Total 155 200 180 Minutes

The total time to solve the entire paper was 3 hours i.e. 180 minutes. The overall difficulty level of IBPS PO Mains Exam was most definitely ‘Hard’. The expected section-wise cut off has been mentioned in the section below:

Sections IBPS PO Mains Expected Cutoff 2017 
Reasoning Ability & Computer 5-8
English Language 6-8
Data Analysis & Interpretation 7-9
General Awareness 12-14
Overall 60-65

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We hope our IBPS PO Mains Expected Cutoff 2017 helped you to get in touch with safe score needed to be on the merit list.

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