IBPS PO/MT "79"
IBPS RRB PO "137"
OBC, UP, Btech 2010, ECE, 2.5 year experience, 5 companies switched, currently working but did not mention any experience in form.
what are the chances???
should i tell about my experience??? if yes. how???
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Posted 10 December 2013 - 08:12 AM
looking at all the analysis across the sites anywhere above 75-80 is a very good sore
again as the written mark is very low so the interview score is going to have a lot of impact in the final score
so hope for the best and prepare well
Posted 13 December 2013 - 02:07 PM
IBPS PO CWE III
I have been going through the many websites, only one query pertaining there, whether
I scored less, is there any chance
Should I prepare for the interview?
Though whatever I m quoting, is correct however many of people may have different opinion, should maintain the decorum of forum thanking you
Dear friends it is well known to all of us that marks are between 60 – 85, maximum cases
Which shows the variation of marks from 24 to 34, there is a difference of 10 marks overall in calculation as far as the CWE PO 3 written exams is concerned. Simply if we calculate the difference on 1, it comes 0.40 Right?
It means, for five marks there is a difference of 2 marks only.
However in interview, there will be final difference of 2 marks on 10 numbers
Simply means interview has just half weightage as compared to written.
Now question comes if it is how than what are my chances ???
My friends, in written we are in need to score each marks with single correct question, however opposite to that in interview aspirant is scaled up in parameters, of answers well he scores lump sum in integers 30 40 50 60 70 80 commonly, as we all wud have seen this trend in last year exams too, if we give it a good short, we will be able to get the difference of two marks with each correct question or each correct impression may be , there are less chances to score in between, an above average performer can lead up to 30 marks in real out of 100 it means 6 marks over all in calculation over an average candidate,
You know these six marks is a difference exactly equal to a difference of a candidate who scored 60 and other who scored 75
Similarly who has scored 75 and other 90.
My above writing is concerned to those who says “interview does not matter, cause it will also be subsidies to ratio of 20 marks”
Exactly it is not so , U have fair fair chances to be in a win-win situation , a candidate with less score can get the final seat ,and a candidate with high score with his over confidence can loose his sure seat.
Query shall be entertained in below email id
Posted 13 December 2013 - 05:45 PM
IF ' A ' SCORES MINIMUM QUALIFYING MARKS IN PO WRITTEN EXAM i.e 61 MARKS AND SHORTLISTED FOR INTERVIEW. THEN 80% OF 61 i.e 48.8 MARKS IN WRITTEN AND 20% MARKS OF INTERVIEW WHERE MAXIMUM HE CAN GET IS BETWEEN 15 TO 18 MARKS SO THE TOTAL WOULD BE AROUND 64 TO 67 MARKS,,,, WHICH IS LESS THAN AN INDIVIDUAL WHO SCORES MORE THAN 75 IN WRITTEN EXAM..........SO THE POINT IS TECHNICALLY MR.' A ' IS DIS-QUALIFIED FOR POST EVEN BEFORE THE INTERVIEW...............so anyone having more than 75 has a very good chance of getting selected.
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