IB Security Assistant 2018 Exam Analysis | Detailed Analysis of Paper

IB Security Assistant 2018 Exam Analysis | Detailed Analysis of Paper

Dear Readers, Now it’s time for IB Exam Analysis (Review) i.e. 10:30-12:30. 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 (Security Assistant) 2018 is being held in OFFLINE mode.. 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 (Security Assistant) Exam Pattern & Marking Scheme:-

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 (Security Assistant) Exam Analysis (Over All):

IB Exam Analysis: English Language

English language section was of moderate level. 10 Questions were based on Fillers (Noun & Verbs). Apart from these, 5 questions were from Spelling mistakes and 5 questions from One Word Substitution.

IB Exam Analysis: Quantitative Aptitude
If we start analyzing the quant section, Questions from the concerned topic are mentioned below:-

  • LCM/HCF (1 Question)
  • Quadratic Equations (3 Questions)
  • Number System (3 Questions)
  • Triangle (1 Question)
  • Height and Distance (1 question)
  • Circle (1 question)
  • Coordinate Geometry (2 questions)
  • Clock (1 question)
  • Mensuration (2 questions)
  • Probability (2 questions)
  • Polynomial (1 question)

IB Exam Analysis: Logical/ Analytical Reasoning
This was the only section students liked the most in the exam. Most of the students have attempted all the questions. Questions from the concerned topic are mentioned below:-

  • Statement & Conclusion (5 questions)
  • Series (2 questions)
  • Age (1 questions)
  • Calendar (1 questions)
  • Coding/Decoding (1 questions)
  • Relationship Establishment (5 questions)
  • Odd One Out (5 questions)

IB Exam Analysis: General Awareness
Questions were from Economics, Polity, History and rest of the General Awareness Topics.


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