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# Questions Asked in IBPS PO Prelims 13th October 2018 : Shift 2

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# Questions Asked in IBPS PO Pre 13th October 2018 : Slot 2

IBPS Po Prelims Questions & Answers 2018 : Questions Asked in IBPS PO Prelims 2nd Shift.Dear Readers, IBPS PO Prelims 2018 was completed successfully, here we have given the full set of questions asked in IBPS PO Prelims Exam which was held on 13th October 2018 Shift 2. Questions that comes in IBPS PO Prelims 2018 will help the candidates that are having exam in upcoming Shifts of IBPS PO Pre Exam. Below we have Provided all Section wise Questions Asked in IBPS PO Exam First Slot 2018.

## IBPS PO Prelims Exam Analysis & Review 13th October 2018 : Shift 2

### Question Asked in IBPS PO Prelims 2018 : Quantitative Aptitude / Maths  (13th Oct 2018 – Shift 2)

• Arithmetic Questions1. There are X number of red balls and 5 number of blue balls. If two balls are picked one after another without replacement , then the probability of both picked balls being red is 3/7. Then find the number of red balls.2. A completes a work in 20 days. B is 125% as efficient as A, A starts working and works for 6 days and then c joins him and completes the work in 15 days. Then find the number of days C will take to complete the work alone.

Caslet DI – Second shift

Qs – Total 450 vouchers were distributed by a salon for a complimentary haircut and pedicure. Number of Vouchers redeemed by a male was 34 more than that of females. The ratio of vouchers redeemed by males to female is 13:7. A number of vouchers redeemed by the male for haircut were 15 more than that of vouchers redeemed by males for a pedicure.
(Not necessary that all vouchers were redeemed).

Note: Questions is incomplete.

Ans – 72 redeemed by female and 106 redeemed by male

### Question Asked in IBPS PO Prelims 2018 : English (13th Oct 2018 – Shift 2)

These mismatched graduates face poorer prospects and lower earnings than their peers who embark on careers that are a better fit for the knowledge and skills they have acquired through three or four years of study. It suggests that traditional careers advice isn’t working.

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The problem isn’t necessarily that too many students are taking the wrong course. There is little evidence that graduates are studying the “wrong” subjects, according to the UUK research, since most are on courses that offer subject knowledge and employability skills that are very much in demand.
Politicians complain of a, but graduates face an “experience gap” – with many employers preferring to recruit young people who have spent a couple of years in the workplace rather than raw recruitments from the university.
To help graduates find the right jobs for them, lots of universities are experimenting with new ways to make their careers advice more accessible and meaningful.
At the University of Kent, students can use an online Careers Explorer service to match their skills to career options, and a work-study scheme that provides bursaries for work experience. Students at the University of Dundee can take employability modules in parallel with their academic work, including online and personal career planning sessions

In English 2 new pattern questions were asked:

1st pattern

• A word was given and 3 sentences were given, had to identify in which sentence it fits correctly (Ans can be 1 sentence or combination or all or none)
words were (Adage, tactic, hamper, trauma)

2nd Pattern

• A sentence was given and 4 words were given in bold, had to identify which word does not fit in the sentence. (only one word was wrong)

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