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IB ACIO Exam Analysis 15th Oct 2017

IB ACIO Exam Analysis 15th Oct 2017


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IB (ACIO) 2017 Exam Analysis [10:00-11:00]

Dear Readers, Now it’s time for IB Exam Analysis (Review) i.e. 10:00-11:00. We are providing Exam analysis of  IB Exam, so that all other aspirants can get an overall and clear idea about exam pattern and difficulty level. The IB (ACIO) 2017 is being held in OFFLINE mode as usual but exam pattern has changed from last year (which was last held in 2015). So dear students, without much ado, let’s get straight to the detailed  Exam analysis.

If we talk about the changes introduced, then IB has followed SSC in terms of pattern, but the level of questions remained Moderate. Anyone having good command over the subjects will have an advantage.

IB (ACIO) Exam Pattern & Marking Scheme:-

Subject No. Of Questions Marks Total Duration/ Timing
General Intelligence & Reasoning 25 25 60 Minutes
Numerical Aptitude 25 25
General English 25 25
General Awareness 25 25
Total 100 100

Some important points that one should remember before attempting the exam is given below:

  • Each question carries 1 marks
  • The questions will be set both in English & Hindi.
  • There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.

IB (ACIO) Exam Analysis (Over All):

If we talk about the overall difficulty level of exams, then we can say the exam was ….. There were hardly any twist and turns found.

Section Level Good Attempts
General Intelligence Easy 21-23
General Awareness Moderate-Difficult 11-12
Quantitative Aptitude Moderate 15-16
English Language Easy-Moderate 16-18
Overall Moderate 62-68

IB Exam Analysis: English Language

English language section was of moderate level. 3-4 Questions were based on Phrases. Aprt from these, we have seen many questions were based on Antonyms and Synonyms.

IB Exam Analysis: Quantitative Aptitude

If we start analyzing quant section then we can say that it can be called Time and Distance Section. More than 15 Questions out of 25 were based on Time and Distance Topic. So if you are not well versed with this topic, then there will be a substantial decrease in the number of attempts. Being a moderate section and assuming an avg student, the good attempts will be somewhere around 15-16.

IB Exam Analysis: General Intelligence

This was the only section students liked the most in the exam. Most of the students have attempted all the questions. Apart from these, some students also reported that few questions were mismatched in Hindi and English part. Apart from these, there were no special surprise in this section.

IB Exam Analysis: General Awareness

This came as a surprise where most of the questions were based on Current Affairs. Apart from these, few questions were from Economics, Polity, History and rest of the General Awareness Topics. So we only have to say that the decent number of attempts would lie somewhere around 12-13 in this section.

 

 

 

 

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