The IBPS RRB Recruitment Notification 2017 for Officers (Scale I, II and III) and Office Assistants is out! In order to make sure that your practice and mock tests bear you desired fruits, you should be familiar with the procedure used by Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) to arrive at your final scores. After all, when the exams are conducted in multiple shifts with varying difficulty level, the evaluation must be done by a method fair to all. This article will help you understand exactly how IBPS arrives at your final score in the RRB exam. Read on to understand the Official IBPS RRB Selection Procedure.
Note that the IBPS disclosed this method of Official IBPS RRB Selection Procedure with regards to the papers of 2015 and 2016.
Official IBPS RRB Selection Process for Arriving at Scores
Your final scores are obtained in these steps:
- The quantity of right answers given by you in every target test are considered for touching base at the remedied score, subsequent to applying punishment for wrong answers.
- The rectified scores so acquired by you are made identical to deal with the minor distinction in trouble level, assuming any, in each of the target tests held in various sessions to touch base at the likened scores.
- Scores obtained by you in any test, are equated to the base form by considering the distribution of the scores of all the sessions.
Furthermore, the Total weighted score while calculating the overall cut off, is calculated through the method given ahead.
Calculation of Total Weighted Score & Cut Offs in IBPS RRB Exams
For Office Assistant
Prelims 2017 Cut Offs applied in these 2 stages = (i) scores in individual tests (ii) on Total Score.
Prelims 2017 Score = Scores obtained in Reasoning + Numerical Ability.
For Officer Scale-I
Total Weighted Score = Scores obtained in (Reasoning × 1.25 + Computer Knowledge × 0.50 + General Awareness × 1.00 + English Language/ Hindi Language × 1.00 + English Language/Hindi Language × 1.00 + Quantitative Aptitude × 1.25)
For Officer Scale-II (GBO) and Officer Scale-III
Total Weighted Score = Scores obtained in (Reasoning × 1.25 + Computer Knowledge × 0.50 + Financial Awareness × 1.00 + English Language/ Hindi Language × 1.00 + English Language/Hindi Language × 1.00 + Quantitative Aptitude × 1.25)
For Officer Scale-II in Specialist Cadre
Total Weighted Score = Scores obtained in (Professional Knowledge × 1.00 + Reasoning × 1.00 + Computer Knowledge × 0.50 + English Language/ Hindi Language × 0.50 + Financial Awareness × 1.00 + Quantitative Aptitude & Data Interpretation × 1.00)
Now that you know the procedure that IBPS adopts to conclude your scores, you might want to go through the previous years’ cut offs:
We hope that you now understand the Actual IBPS RRB Selection Process more clearly.