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BOM Clerk Exam Analysis – 26 Oct 2016

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Hello Readers,
The Bank of Maharashtra conducted its recruitment exams for clerks on October 26, 2016. The qualified candidates will have go to through Six months Certified Course training programme after the selection in written exam. The exam got conducted in 2 shifts. The overall exam was easy. So lets see today’s exam analysis also.

Here we are posting the complete exam review section wise.

EXAM REVIEW

Section
Total Ques. Max. Marks Level of Difficulty Good Attempts
Quant 50 50 Moderate 35 – 38
Reasoning 50 50 Easy 38 – 40
English 50 50 Moderate 30 – 35
General Knowledge 50 50 Easy to Moderate 30– 35

 

Quant Section

Quant section was moderate carrying good questions. DI was easy. Quadratic Equations were not asked. The topics were

  • Simplification/Approximation – 15 questions (easy)
  • Number series – 5 questions (easy)
  • Data Interpretation – 1 set (5 questions)
  • Questions from other topics including Partnership, Time and Work, SI, Averages, Profit/Loss, Mixture and Alligation, Mensuration – 15 questions (easy to moderate)

Reasoning Section

This section was easy to moderate with 2 puzzles. The topics were

  • Inequalities – 5 questions (easy)
  • Data Sufficiency 5 questions (easy)
  • Syllogism – 5 questions(easy)
  • Blood relations – 5 questions (easy)
  • Directions – 5 questions (easy)
  • Coding Decoding – 5 questions (easy)
  • Puzzles n Arrangements – 2 sets (10 questions) (easy to moderate)
  • Miscellaneous – 10 questions

English Section

English section was moderate as always in banking exams.

  • Reading Comprehension (Story based) – 1 passage (10 questions)
  • Cloze test – 10 questions (moderate)
  • Error spotting – 10 questions (easy to moderate)
  • Parajumbles – 5 questions (moderate)
  • Fill in the blanks –  5 questions (easy to moderate)
  • Spelling Mistakes – 5 questions (easy)

General Knowledge Section

The section contained questions from Current Affairs and also Static GK.