IBPS Clerk CWE 2012 TIPS and How to Write Online Exam

IBPS Clerk CWE 2012 TIPS and How to Write Online Exam.

IBPS Clerk CWE

IBPS Clerk Common Written Exam (CWE) will be held on December 15, 16 and 22,13 of 2012. This IBPS Clerk CWE 2012 is very different in many ways when compared to previous years Exam. For the First time IBPS CWE is going to be in Online Exam. 

IBPS Online Clerk CWE 2012.

IBPS has already released mock test for practice online Exam. Now Candidates can download their call letter from IBPS website http://ibpsreg.sifyitest.com/ibpsonenov12/login.php

IBPS has advised all Candidates to bring the following items.

1. Call letter
2. ID proof
3. Ball point Pen

IBPS Clerk CWE 2012 Online Test

1. There are 5 sections (200 Questions). Candidates can move from one sections to any other sections at any point.  
2. The online test is for 120 minutes (2 hours)
3. Once the duration is reached, The system automatically submit the answers.

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26 comments:

  1. is any minus marking in IBPS CLEAR EXAM

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  2. yes..0.25 marks reduced for each negative answer

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  3. is any of identy proof is not available. we come with second pu marks card or sslc marks card.it having a photo.

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  4. photo id proof.. it should be id card, pan card , license, .........

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  5. the secuance of subjects are already decided or we have choice in it

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  6. Kya ye exam easy rahega offline ki tulna me

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  7. Compared with offline exam,We can spend less time for online exam. i mean time manipulation is easy.

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  8. I completed Bcom 2 years back i have a college id of 6th semester it ll be allowed for exam.

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  9. i think its not validated now..(pan card , passport , driving license , bank pass book with photo , voters id , aadhaar id with photo, employee id , id card issued by recognised college/University, photo id proof issued by gazetted officer) in original as well as photo copy

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  10. in online exam can we go back to questions which are not attempted previously (which are doubtfully) at the last minutes,
    Please guide me.

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  11. S. For more details about IBPS Clerk online Exam Instructions. see http://www.digialm.com/EForms/Mock/167/CWE_Online_Assessment_Mock_Test/instructions.html

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  12. This time IBPS is going to start online exam at first, so candidates are requested to write the model test or mock test in IBPS website. link is http://www.digialm.com/EForms/Mock/167/CWE_Online_Assessment_Mock_Test/instructions.html

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  13. http://www.ibps.examsavvy.com/2012/12/ibps-mock-test-for-online-clerk-exam.html

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  14. id of recognised college or university means. we have old id of colleges.these are allowed.

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  15. Its depends on id card validity..i think it is not allowed.

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  16. where to do the calculations for mathematics questions? paper will be provided for working out the questions?

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  17. yes.. paper will be provided for rough work..

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  18. college id proof is valid 5 years after completion of our graduation?

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  19. not like that.....valid date have printed in id proof.

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  20. the photo attached to call letter ll be same as we uploaded in the application or not?

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  21. I haven't took d print out of my application. Will it be required necessarily at d tym of intrview?

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  22. hall ticket only required for written test..

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  23. if system gets hanged or off or electricity problem , than what will happen .......any extra time

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