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  1. What is the selection process for IBPS clerk? IBPS Clerk notification is out and we expect a high number of vacancies this year.IBPS Clerk 2018 Recruitment will consist of online exams. The Online examinations will be conducted in two phases. The first will be the Preliminary Examination. Candidates who qualify through Prelims will be eligible to write the Main Examination. The IBPS Clerk Preliminary exam will be conducted on 8th, 12th, 15th and 16th of December 2018. The Mains exam will be conducted on the 20th January 2019. Since there is a lot of time for the exam, candidates can start their preparation. Below we will discuss the detailed IBPS Clerk Exam Patternand Selection process for IBPS Clerk 2018. The selection process of IBPS Clerk consists of 3 main stages: •Prelims Online Exam •Mains Online Exam •Interview IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam Pattern 2018: Section No. of Questions 30 Max. Marks Duration English Language Numerical Ability Reasoning Ability Total 30 Composite Time of 1 Hour 35 35 35 35 100 100

  2. IBPS Clerk MainsExam Pattern 2018: Section No. of Questions 50 Max. Marks Duration Reasoning & Computer Aptitude English Language Quantitative Aptitude General/ Financial Awareness Total 60 45 mins 40 40 35 mins 50 50 45 mins 50 50 35 mins 190 200 160 mins •All the tests in both the exams will be available bilingually (in English & Hindi) except for English Language. •There will be negative marking for wrong answers. One fourth (or 0.25) of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty for wrong answers. There is no penalty for unanswered questions. •The scores will be normalized to equate the difficulty level of the papers in different slots. •You will be required to score a minimum overall cut off in both Prelims and Mains exams. •Besides this you will have to score minimum cut off scores in each of the sections in both examinations. •However, only the score of the Main examination will be considered for Final Merit Listing. •The final score will be scaled to a maximum of 100. Interview: The interview process will take place after the Mains Examination. You will be evaluated on the basis of your behaviour, logic, presence of mind and overall personality. After the interview, your documents will be verified and if all goes well, you will be selected as a Clerk in one of the top banks in India. IBPS Clerk Preparation Tips:

  3. •Practice IBPS Clerk Mock Practice set a lot. Mock tests are the best form of preparation. You can evaluate your performance as well as improve your speed and accuracy. •Know the IBPS Clerk Syllabus. Knowing the syllabus can eliminate a lot of confusion during your preparation and give you an idea of how much your need to study. •Time Management: Learn how to manage your time properly. You should be able to finish the paper in the required time. So, you can’t waste time in question you don’t know the answer of. https://www.evernote.com/shard/s484/sh/c557a043-2d18-4acf-add9- 1c7f552b2b4c/3dbbdde7997f40cdce662b42a1c16c50