Tuesday, 9 February 2016

How scores are calculated by IBPS?

Dear Aspirants,
Welcome to visit here. In this post we will discuss about the scoring calculations by the IBPS Exam.
Friends, we have noticed that many aspirants who got less marks, even they had attempted sufficient questions. Actually score depends upon various circumstances. One of the most general reason is accuracy, an accuracy plays very important role in the total score. 

What are the various other reasons of deduction in marks?
We all know about he negative marking, which effects much on the score. On the other hand, when IBPS organize exams on different days in the weekends, difficulty level and marks scored by aspirants in different shifts shows difference in the marks.Some shifts got high difficulty level and got moderate. To normalize this figure and provide fair selection
to all, IBPS normalize the score on the various circumstances like shifts, difficulty level, timings to solve questions and puzzles by avergae students and related to these. IBPS analysis every shift with highest marks score and timings on the difficult questions and in the individual sections by the students. As per this analysis, IBPS gives grace marks to the shifts whose shifts were difficult at all. This is the reason we got sometimes extra marks in the particular section. On the other hand, we can say that its a IBPS job to normalize score for fair selection in each shift and on the different days. Thus, there is no need to worry when we got difficult questions in any shift.

Friends, we should not focus on the analysis of IBPS, we should only focus on the accuracy, speed and time. Moreover keep in mind that there is always negative marking in IBPS Exams. So never hit any question on which you are not sure. Because accuracy with lowest attempts may give you good score with less negative marking, instead of high attempts. Attempts with good accuracy with good speed always gives better results. Never try new method in the exam time. To increase your attempts, we should practice at home. Regular practice is the only way to keep accuracy and time management. In other words, we can say that speed, accuracy and time are the three things which are very helpful to crack any exam.
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