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The IBPS CLERK Prelims Exam 2018 which is the largest recruitment of the year and the final beacon of hope (only for this year, 2019 promises to have many exams like this) for aspirants which could promises to lead them to their watershed moment of their life.

The Exam varied in the levels but overall the IBPS CLERK Prelims Exam 2018 – Day 1 was in the easier level. This review and Analysis of IBPS CLERK Prelims Exam 2018 will help you to know the best attempts, good attempts, expected cutoff marks and the Overall difficulty level of the exam.

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Slot 1 – IBPS CLERK Prelims Exam 2018 – Day 2

SLOT 1 – IBPS CLERK Prelims 2018 – Day1 

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The reviews pour in that the exam, the exams were in the easier level. The levels get varied but when you see as an overall attempt, the exam was still in the easier level with aspirants attempting more than 65+ Questions. Remember the levels vary for a fresher and for an experienced aspirants who have attended multiple exams.

As like other exams Section-wise timing will be there in IBPS CLERK PRELIMS 2018 Examination.

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EXAM PATTERN of IBPS CLERK Prelims Exam 2018

Sr. No. Name of the Test No. of Questions Max. Marks Duration
1. English Language 30 30 20 minutes
2. Numerical Ability 35 35 20 minutes
3. Reasoning Ability 35 35 20 minutes
Total 100 100

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Topics  Good Attempts  Best Attempts 
English Language 13+ 18+
Reasoning Ability 25+ 31+
Quantitative Aptitude 22+ 27+


English Language – IBPS CLERK Prelims Examination 2018 – SLOT 2 – Day 2

Topics  Total Number of Questions  Difficulty Level 
Reading Comprehension 6 Easy – Moderate
Sentence Finding 5 Easy
Cloze Test 8 Moderate
Sentence Rearrangement 5 Easy – Moderate
Phrase Replacement 6 Easy

Reasoning Ability – IBPS CLERK Prelims Examination 2018 – SLOT 2 – Day 2

Reasoning – IBPS CLERK Prelims Exam 2018 – Slot 2

Topics  Total Number of Questions  Difficulty Level 
Puzzles – Floor Based 5 Easy
Seating Arrangement – Linear Arrangement & Circular Seating Arrangement 10 Moderate
Aplha Numeric Series 5 Easy
Coding Decoding 5 Easy
Syllogism 5 Easy
Number Series 5


Quantitative Aptitude – IBPS CLERK Prelims Examination 2018 – SLOT 2 – Day 2

Topics  Total Number of Questions  Difficulty Level 
Data Interpretation – Bar Graph 5 Easy – Moderate
Missing Number Series 5 Easy – Moderate
Miscellaneous 10 Easy- Moderate
Simplification 10 Easy
Quadratic Equation 5 Easy

Reading Comprehension Passage asked in IBPS CLERK Prelims Exam 2018 – Slot 2 – Day 2

1. What is the Synonym of “Exercise” ?

2. What is the Synonym of “Practice”?

Reading Comprehension Passage 

Our supposedly shrinking attention spans are a hot topic these days—as you may have seen on TV or heard on a podcast or read on Twitter or glimpsed on your watch or else just intuited from the antsy melancholy of those few unbearable minutes each morning between when you open your eyes and when you first reach for your phone.

Emblematic of the genre is a 2015 Microsoft report that claimed the average human attention span had shrunk from 12 seconds in 2000 to eight seconds in 2013 (even shorter than the nine seconds of focus maintained by the notoriously distractible goldfish), presumably on its way to zero.

Yes, this sort of alarmism is as old as the hills. An 1897 article in The American Electrician worried that a growing dependence on the telephone would turn us all into “transparent heaps of jelly.” But while the notion of addiction to our smartphones (the most usual suspects in the current attention crisis) is contested, numerous studies have found that compulsive phone use can lead to separation anxiety, chronic fear of missing out, and a painful thumb condition known as de Quervain’s tenosynovitis—signs worrying enough that we can’t rule out the eventual jellification of humanity.

Curiously, our bond with our phones persists even when they are doing literally nothing. Researchers in Paris observed that 37 percent of women and 30 percent of men walking by themselves held in their hand a smartphone they weren’t using. (Pairs of men and women held phones as they walked only 18 percent of the time, suggesting that we can still capture each other’s attention on occasion.)

Yet blaming smartphones for our distractibility feels too easy—human attention has always been fleeting. A study conducted several years before the first iPhone was unveiled found that workers spent an average of just two minutes using a particular tool or document before switching to another. Moreover, interruptions may have a silver lining. Many workers who were insulated from distraction by website-blocking software became more aware of time’s passage and were able to work for longer stretches—but also reported higher stress levels as a result of their sustained focus.

For those seeking to exercise greater control over their attention span, science has some suggestions. A 2016 study found that mindfulness meditation led to short-term improvements in attention and focus, and that the benefits were disproportionately large among heavy multimedia multitaskers. And research published earlier this year suggests that the long-term attentional benefits of regular mindfulness practice may be even more substantial than previously thought.

Ultimately, it’s worth asking: How long do we really want our attention span to be? A little mindfulness can be grounding, while too much sustained focus can dial up our stress levels. What’s lacking these days, then, may not be attention so much as moderation in the face of countless stimuli that are simultaneously diverting and engrossing. In the end, it seems like our only hope as a people, as a civilization, really, is to … to, um—sorry. Lost my train of thought.

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Aspirants can check the official notification of the IBPS CLERK 2018 from the official website of IBPS (www.ibps.in) or from the link that is provided below.

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