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NIACL AO Mains Exam Analysis : 10th January 2017

NIACL-AO-Mains-Exam-Analysis--10th-jan-2017

NIACL AO exam is a famous examination in banking domain. As per the latest pattern of NIACL AO, the examination will be conducted in three phases instead of one i.e. Prelims, Mains and Interview. The NIACL AO Mains was conducted today i.e. 10th of January 2017 peacefully across several centres in the country. The examination was conducted in one slot i.e. 8: 30 onwards.


 

We, in this article,bring you the complete analysis of NIACL AO Mains 2017 examination. This analysis will give you idea of:

  • Types of questions asked
  • Weightage of topics and distribution of marks
  • Topics asked frequently and topics covered
  • Good Attempts of each section.


 

NIACL AO Exam Analysis : 10th January 2017 - Summary of Analysis


Given below is the summarized version which will give a brief look regarding the difficulty level and good attempts of each section:


(i) Objective test

Sections

Difficulty level

Good Attempts

Reasoning Ability

Moderate

22-26

English Language

Moderate

20-23

Quantitative Aptitude

Difficult

17-21

General Knowledge

Moderate

28-32


 

(ii) Descriptive test


 

NIACL AO Exam Analysis : 10th January 2017 - Overall Analysis


 

On an overall note, the paper was of Moderate level. The number of attempts which will make it easy for you clear the cut- off marks can be 105-112.


 

NIACL AO Exam Analysis : 10th January 2017 - Section- wise Analysis


 

The section wise analysis says the section- wise details of topics asked along with difficulty level and safe attempts.


 

Objective Test:

(a) Reasoning Ability

Safe Attempts: The safe attempts of this questions which can make you cross cut- off marks are 22-26.

Difficulty Level: As far as the difficulty level is concerned, this section was of Moderate.

Topics:

  • Logical - 5 Ques. (Moderate)
  • Seating Arrangement - 10 Ques. (Moderate to Difficult)
  • Puzzle - 15 Ques. (Moderate)
  •  Ranking and Direction Sense - 5 Ques. (Easy to Moderate)
  •  Blood Relation - 3 Ques. (Easy to Moderate)
  • Input-Output - 5 Ques. (Easy to Moderate)
  • Coding & Decoding - 1 Ques. ( Moderate to Difficult)

(b) Quantitative Aptitude:

Safe Attempts: The safe attempts of this questions which can make you cross cut- off marks are 17-21.

Difficulty Level: As far as the difficulty level is concerned, this section was of Difficult.

Topics:
 

  • Data Sufficiency - 5 Ques. (Moderate)
  • Data  Interpretation - 15 Ques. (Moderate to Difficult)
  • Number Series - 5 Ques. (Moderate to Difficult)
  • Miscellaneous - 25 Ques. (Difficult) [Profit & Loss, Time & Work, Speed & Time, SI, CI, Ages & Ratio, Averages, Ages]

The questions in Miscellaneous were asked from topics: Average, Boats & Stream, problems on Ages, Pipes and Cisterns, Mixture Allegation, Partnership, Profit Loss, Time & Work, Compound  and Simple Interest etc.

(c) English Language:

Safe Attempts: The safe attempts of this questions which can make you cross cut- off marks are 20-23.

Difficulty Level: As far as the difficulty level is concerned, this section was of Moderate.


Topics:

  • Reading Comprehension(Bases on  Investment Policy) - 20 Ques. (Moderate)
  • Sentence Completion - 5 Ques. (Moderate to Difficult)
  • Double Fillers - 10 Ques. (Moderate to Difficult)
  • Errors - 10 Ques. (Easy to Moderate)
  • Idioms and Phrases  - 5 Ques. (Moderate)


 

(d) General Knowledge:

Safe Attempts: The safe attempts of this questions which can make you cross cut- off marks are 28-32.

Difficulty Level: As far as the difficulty level is concerned, this section was of Moderate.

Some Questions:

The founder of the autonomous kingdom of Avadh was
A Shuja-ud-Daula
B Saadat Khan Burhan-ul Mulk
C Safdarjang
D Sher Shah

Q. Who was the Nawab of Bengal during ‘Battle of Plassey’?
A Siraj-ud-daulha
B Mir Qasim
C Mir Jafar
D None of these

Q. Who is considered the real founder of the Gupta Empire?
A Chandragupta – II
B Chandragupta – I
C Samudragupta
D Srigupta


 

Descriptive Test:


(a) Essay Writing:  Essay on ‘Pension plan’.


Difficulty Level: As far as the difficulty level is concerned, this section was of Moderate.


 

(b) Letter Writing:  Letter on  ‘Transfer Policy’ and 'insurance Policy'.


Difficulty Level: As far as the difficulty level is concerned, this section was of Easy-Moderate.


 

We hope that this article is helpful. Stay tuned for more updates. Good luck!

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