IBPS Exam Prelims Reasoning Syllabus

IBPS Exam Prelims Reasoning Syllabus for Bank PO and Clerical

IBPS Exam Prelims Reasoning Syllabus for Bank PO and Clerical Reasoning Paper contains 35 Questions of 35 marks out of 100. This paper is design to test your accuracy, calculation, and speed through logical problems. They also include Seating arrangement, Coding-Decoding, Mathematical Inequalities, Blood relations, Syllogism, Arrangement and Pattern,Scheduling,Direction and Distance ,Classification/Analogy ,Series ,Ordering and ranking , etc.

And the examiner tries to consume your most of the time here so be aware of it. IBPS Exam Prelims Reasoning Syllabus includes various topics and IBPS Prelims preparation tips for Reasoning Check some most important from them.

Reasoning – Exam Topic and question weightage

Reasoning Topics for Prelims Weightage of Qns.
Seating arrangement 3 – 10
Coding-Decoding 3 – 5
Mathematical Inequalities 2 – 5
Blood relations 2 – 5
Syllogism 2 – 5
Arrangement and Pattern 0 – 3
Scheduling 0 – 5
Direction and Distance 1 – 2
Classification/Analogy 0 – 2
Series 0 – 5
Ordering and ranking 1 – 2


Reasoning Tips for IBPS Prelims Exam :

 Your primary focus should be on accuracy So try to solve easy section first such as Classification / Odd pair, Series Completion / Analogy, Direction based tests / Direction Sense Test, Number, Ranking and Time Sequence Test and Alphabet test / Dictionary, etc.

  1. Strong Your Basic Reasoning Skills for that Read this Advance Guide on Reasoning Preparation Tips for ibps 2016.
  2. Don’t waste lots of time on a single topic.
  3. Your Score depends on your accuracy with speed. SO try some IBPS Prelims mock test for reasoning.
  4. Learn Formulas and Shortcut tricks .
  5. Also, Check IBPS Prelims Previous Year Papers .
  6. Practice more and more with Mock tests.
  7. Recommended – RS Aggarwal Reasoning Books for IBPS Preliminary Exam here.

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