# IBPS RRB Office Assistant Prelims 2017 Review, Analysis and Questions asked in Exam September 23, Slot 3

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The SLOT 1 and SLOT 2 of the IBPS RRB Office Assistant Preliminary examination 2017 and the pattern of the tests is exactly the same as that of the other slots in the other days of the IBPS RRB Office Assistant preliminary examination 2017. As said, this is the third day of the exam and this day slots are different from the other days and the changes were in the difficulty level of the exams.

Apart from the other day exams, this slots exam were entirely different in terms of difficulty level and also the questions were in the moderate range. This means that the candidates would have attended some questions less than the previous slots and always remember the cutoff will be a normalized one.

If you are in the next batch for the exams, then make sure to choose the questions which are easier to attend and solve. Be choosy in the questions and always follow strict time management.

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### IBPS RRB Office Assistant Prelims 2017 Review, Analysis and Questions asked in Exam September 23, Slot 2

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## Expected Cutoff – IBPS RRB Office Assistant preliminary examination 2017

NUMBER SERIES QUESTIONS ASKED IN SLOT 3 of the IBPS RRB Office Assistant Preliminary Examination 2017

To be Updated Soon

## Topics asked in Quants section in IBPS RRB Office Assistant Prelims 2017 – 23rd September 2017 – SLOT 3

 Quants Topics in IBPS RRB Office Assistant Prelims 2017 Topics No.of Questions Asked Number Series 5 Data Interpretation 5 Simplification 15 Miscellaneous 15 Total 40

In the miscellaneous section, there were questions from the following topics,

• Simple interest & Compound interest
• Time & Work
• Mensuration
• Average
• Ratio & Proportion
• Mixtures & Allegations
• Boats & Streams

## Topics Asked in Reasoning section in the IBPS RRB Office Assistant Preliminary Examination 2017 – 23rd September 2017 – SLOT 3

 Reasoning Topics in IBPS RRB Office Assistant Prelims 2017 Topics No.of Questions Asked Seating Arrangement & Puzzles 10 Inequalities 5 Coding and Decoding 5 Syllogism 5 Alphabet Series 5 Miscellaneous 10 Total 40

There are changes in the difficulty level of the IBPS RRB Office Assistant preliminary Examination 2017 in the SLOT 3 too and most of the questions were in the moderate range. The same pattern of the questions followed in the third slot and as said this time the questions were difficult and somewhat time consuming. Only old pattern questions were asked and no new pattern questions were asked in the slot 3 exams.

One Floor Based puzzle and one linear arrangement was asked in the exam. Even that too was solvable and it was little time consuming and not totally in the easier level. The alphabetic series asked in the exam was definitely in the moderate level an aspirants would have taken more time to solve those problems. Apart from that every question asked in the exam was exactly the same pattern and only change is the symbols based questions asked in the reasoning section and it too was in the moderate level.

 SECTION GOOD ATTEMPTS BEST ATTEMPTS Reasoning Ability 25-28 32+ Quantitative Aptitude 28-32 35+

## Overall Expected Cutoff – To Be Updated Soon

Questions asked in the IBPS RRB Office Assistant Preliminary Examination 2017 will be updated soon

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