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IBPS RRB officer Scale 1 Exam Analysis
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Section wise IBPS RRB Officer Scale 1 Questions Asked 9th September 2017 – Shift I
#1.IBPS RRB Officer Scale 1 Questions Asked 9th September 1st Shift – Numeric Ability
 Number Series Asked in 9th Sep 2017 (1^{st} slot):
1). 89, 88, 85, 78, 63, ?
1, 3, 7, 15, 31 Difference
2, 4, 8, 16 Difference of Difference
Answer: 32
2). 5, 28, 47, 64, 77, ?
23, 19, 17, 13, 11 Difference
4, 2, 4, 2 Difference of Difference
Answer: 88
3). 7, 4, 5, 12, 52, ?
×0.5+0.5, ×1+1, ×2+2, ×4+4, ×8+8
Answer: 424
4). 6, 4, 5, 11, 39, ?
×12, ×23, ×34, ×45, ×56
Answer: 189
5). 190, 94, 46, 22, ?, 4
×0.51, ×0.51, ×0.51, ×0.51
Answer: 10  Data Interpretation
 Line Chart on malefemale population
 Pie Chart
 Tabular graph on different subjects and their percentages
 Quadratic Equation
 x^2 +7x+12 = 0
 y^2 = 16
 x2 8x + 15 = 0
 y2 12 y + 36 = 0
 2×2 + 15x + 28 = 0
 2y2 + 13y + 21 = 0
 x2 + 9x + 20 = 0
 y2 = 16
 x2 7x + 12 = 0
 3y+22 – 11y + 10 = 0
 2×2 + 9x + 7 = 0
 y2 + 4y + 4 = 0
 Probability
 There are 6 red balls 7 green balls and 2 yellow balls. 2 balls drooped randomly. Find the probability of getting at least 1 ball of yellow color?

 Any male & female together in Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday.
 The ratio of male to the total people together in Monday & Thursday Class.
 On Saturday, there are 10% more people with the report to Friday. Find the total no. of male on Saturday.
 What is the percentage increase of the no. of the female from Monday to Friday.
 The difference of Male & Female together on Thursday & Friday.

 The ratio of total students in A & B to D & c?
 Any of Student in B, C & D?
 Percentage increase to B & percentage decrease in fixed ratio?
 Final central angle.
 Percentage of Student in B with respect to the person in D.
 Average
 he average of two consecutive even numbers is 109 and the average of two consecutive odd numbers is 114. If the smaller odd number is 3 greater than the larger even number then what is the sum of the smaller odd number and the larger even number?
#2.IBPS RRB Officer Scale 1 Questions Asked 9th September 1st Shift – Reasoning
 Arrangement Pattern
 Position of letter
 Position of Number
 One word formation from 1st, 5th, 6th & 8th of ENDURANCE
 Linear Arrangement
 12 People sitting in one row facing each other
 Circular Arrangement
 M,N,O,P,Q,RS and T are sitting around a circle.Some of the persons are facing the center and some are facing outside.
O sits 2nd to the right of R. R is facing towards the center. There are 2 persons in between O and N. S sits 2nd to the right of O. T sits on the immediate right of N. S and N are facing opposite direction ( if S is facing center then N is facing outside and vice versa). There are 3 persons in between P and Q. Both P and M are not immediate neighbors of R. Q sits 2nd to the right of M. Both T and Q faces opposite direction of O.
 M,N,O,P,Q,RS and T are sitting around a circle.Some of the persons are facing the center and some are facing outside.
 Order & Ranking
 A to H books are kept in racks one above the other. There are three 3 books kept between A & G. Book E is just below to book G. There are two books kept between E & H. There are as many books between B & D as G & A. Book B is above book D. Book C is immediate below to D.
 Scheduling
 A to G people born in seven different months January, February, March, April, June, October & August. F is born in a month which has less than 30 days but is not April. There are three people born between E & A. F has been born in a month which has less than 30 days. No one born between G & E. D is born immediately before B. There are as many people between B & C as G & D.
 Mathematics Inequalities
 Syllogism
 Box Based Puzzles
 How many digits are repeated in no. 9264367 when 2 digits are added to each even digit and 1 is subtracted from each odd digit.
 If the word MONSTER is arranged as per the letters of English Alphabet, then how many letters remain in the same position?
 In number 73541826, how much such no. as they have as many letters as per numerical number?
 Find the next term in the series – ZB, XD, UG & QK?
 Row 1 – A, B, C, D, E & F are facing south & Row 2 L, M, N, O, P, & Q are facing north. L is sitting 2nd to the right of E. If L is sitting on either end of the row. Q is an immediate neighbour of persons facing E. There are two persons sitting between B & D. F is sitting third to the right of E. A & B are sitting together. M is not an immediate neighbour of person facing D. P is sitting 3rd to right of person facing F.
Puzzle 1:
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There are 8 person A, B,C,D,E,F and G born in 8 diff month Jan, feb, mar, apr, june, aug ,and oct. A born in the month of less than 31 days but not in april. There are 3 person born b/w A and C. B born one of the day after D. No person born b/w B and D. E born one of the day before G. E not born in maximum number of days. No person born b/w G and E.
Solution:
C – Jan
E – Feb
G – Mar
F – Apr
A – June
D – Aug
B – Oct
Puzzle 2:
Eight boxes A,B,C,D,E,F,G and H not in the same order.there are Three boxes between A and B.H immediately below A.Two boxes btw H And G. as many boxes between H and B are same as like between C and D.C lives one of the above boxes than D.E lives immediately below D.only three boxes between E and F
Solution:
B
C
G
F
A
H
D
E
Puzzle 3:
M,N,O,P,Q,R,S and T are sitting around a circle.Some of the persons are facing the center and some are facing outside. O sits 2nd to the right of R. R is facing towards the center. There are 2 persons in between O and N. S sits 2nd to the right of O. T sits on the immediate right of N. S and N are facing opposite direction ( if S is facing center then N is facing outside and vice versa). There are 3 persons in between P and Q. Both P and M are not immediate neighbours of R. Q sits 2nd to the right of M. Both T and Q faces opposite direction of O.
Section wise IBPS RRB Officer Scale 1 Questions Asked 9th September 2017 – Shift II
#1.IBPS RRB Officer Scale 1 Questions Asked 9th September 2nd Shift – Numeric Ability
 Number Series – 27 38 51 68 87 ?
Number Series Asked in (2nd Slot)IBPS RRB Officer (Scale1) Prelims Held on 9th Sep 2017:
1). 519, 517, 509, 483, 403, ?
Difference of Difference: ×3
Answer: 241
2). 27, 38, 51, 68, 87,?
Difference of Difference: 2, 4, 2, 4
Answer: 110
3). 1094, 365, 122, 41, 14, ?
Logic:3^{4}×9, 3^{3}×9, 3^{2}×9, 3^{1}×9, 3^{0}×9
Answer: 5
4). 7, 3, 2, 2, 4, ?
Logic: ×0.50.5, ×11, ×22, ×44, ×88
Answer: 24
5). 1.5, 3.5, 10, 34, ?, 711
Logic:×1+2, ×2+3, ×3+4, ×4+5
Answer: 141
#1.IBPS RRB Officer Scale 1 Questions Asked 9th September 2nd Shift – Numeric Ability
 Number Series
 7, 3, 2, 2, 4, ?
 2, 13, 26, 43, 62, ?
 519, 517, 509, 483, 403, ?
 27, 38, 51, 68, 87, ?
 Circular Arrangement
 The situation was that some people facing inward, while some facing outside the circle.
 Linear Arrangement
 There were two parallel rows of people in the 1st row facing north and 2nd facing south.
 Month based scheduling puzzle.
 A box puzzle was also asked with the arrangement of 8 boxes.
 5 Red, 3 Green, & 3 yellow balls are there in a box. Find the probability to withdraw first red & then green.

 Total No. of Employees is 650. Find the Ratio of (Q +R). Also, the Central Angle of S.
 A + B complete a work in 40 days. B completes 3/8 of the work in 15 days. C takes 30% less time than A. Find the no. of days C takes to complete the task alone.
Puzzles Asked in (2nd Slot)IBPS RRB Officer (Scale1) Prelims Held on 9th Sep 2017:
Puzzle 1:
Eight boxes A,B,C,D,J,K,L,M are arranged in a stack way. 3 boxes are kept in between A and J.there are As many boxes as in between c and J and c and A. There are 4 boxes in between k and B. K is immediately below C . There are 3 boxes in between M and D where D lies below M but not the Lowest. L does not lie immediately above J.
Solution:
M
B
L
A
D
C
K
J
Puzzle 1:
Eight boxes A,B,C,D,J,K,L,M are arranged in a stack way. 3 boxes are kept in between A and J.there are As many boxes as in between c and J and c and A. There are 4 boxes in between k and B. K is immediately below C . There are 3 boxes in between M and D where D lies below M but not the Lowest. L does not lie immediately above J.
Solution:
M
B
L
A
D
C
K
J
Puzzles2:
Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G were born on different month viz. February, March, June, August, September, October and December.A was born on one of the months before May month. There are two persons born between A and E. D was born one of the months before G, in the month has 30 days. No one was born between D and G. C was born one of the months after F, in the month has 31 days. No one was born between C and F.
FebruaryB
MarchA
JuneD
AugustG
SeptemberE
OctoberF
DecemberC
Syllogism:
1) Statement:
No fight is battle.
All battles are war.
Some war is quarrel.
Conclusion:
All fights can never be war. (false)
No battle is quarrel. (false)
2) Statement:
Some rivers are water.
All water is travel.
All travel is journey.
Conclusion:
All rivers are travel. (false)
Some journey is river. (true)
3) Statement:
Some benches are chair.
All chairs are table.
No chair is seat.
Conclusion:
Some seats are a table. (false)
All benches can never be seat. (true)
4) Statement:
No fight is a battle.
All battles are war.
Some war is a quarrel.
Conclusion:
All quarrels are fight is a possibility. (true)
No fight is war. (false)
InequalityEquality:
Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
1) Statements:
C≥F=D>E<H; A≥J>D=B.
Conclusions:
B≤C (True)
E>J (False)
2) Statements:
K>M=Q≤S<L=N; O<J≤Q=P
Conclusions:
M>O (True)
L>K (False)
3) Statement:
C≥M=E≥R≥S=F>L.
Conclusions:
F=C
II.C>F
Either I or II
4) Statements:
P>W≥M=L≤R; X<S≤L>D.
Conclusions:
M≤D (False)
W≥S (True)
5) Statements:
N≤W<F=K≥L=H≥E>U.
Conclusions:
K≥N (False)
F>E (False)
Data Interpretation1:
Read the following information and answers the given questions
The following table shows the number of students who appeared and of them, the percentage of students who passed, in respect of physics and chemistry exams during various years.
Years  Physics  Chemistry  
Number of students appeared  Percentage of students passed  Number of students appeared  Percentage of students passed  
2012  480  35%  240  40% 
2013  300  50%  250  30% 
2014  350  40%  300  35% 
2015  500  25%  380  50% 
2016  640  30%  400  35% 
Data Interpretation2:
Study the following graph and answer the given questions:
The pie chart shows the percentage distribution of the number of employees among various departments in the company ‘RST’
Data Interpretation3:
Study the following graph and answer the given questions:
The line graph shows the number of male and female passengers flying on six different days
Simplification:
1) 784.17+1724.89 984.24= X% of 75
2) 78% of 4500+ 894.121345.34=x+1234.97
5) 30% of 7799.9+ 40% of 7449.82 4449.7= x
Puzzle1
Eight persons J, K, L, M, N, O, P and Q are sitting in a circular table. Some of them are facing centre and some of them are facing away from the centre.
Three persons sit between O and N. M is sitting second to the right of N. M faces inside the centre. K is sitting third to the right of N. Q is sitting third to the right of K. L is sitting second to the left of J. J is not an immediate neighbours of N. Immediate neighbours of P faces same direction. L and P are facing opposite direction of O. O faces same direction as M. Immediate neighbours of L faces opposite direction.
Solution:
Puzzle2
Twelve persons are sitting in two parallel row in such a way that persons sitting one row faces persons sit in the other row. O, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting in row 1 faces south. E, F, G, I, J and K are sitting in row 2 faces north.
Three persons sitting between R and T. R sits at one of the ends of the row. One who sits immediate left of J faces T. More than two persons sit between P and O. More than one person sits between P and Q. More than two people sit between one faces P and K. G is not an immediate neighbour of K. E is not an immediate neighbour of F and J. One who sits third to the right of S faces I. K does not sit at the end of the row.
Solution:
R O Q S T P
I K E G F J
Section wise IBPS RRB Officer Scale 1 Questions Asked 9th September 2017 – Shift III
Number Series Asked in (3rd Slot)IBPS RRB Officer (Scale1) Prelims Held on 9th Sep 2017:
1). 2, 8, 28, 54, 53, ?
×88, ×44, ×22, ×11 ×0.50.5
Answer: 26
2). 167, 164, 159, 150, ? , 100
3, 5, 9, 17, 33 Difference
2, 5, 8, 16 Difference of Difference
Answer: 133
3). 17, 31, 15, 33, 13 , ?
14, 16, 18, 20, 22 Difference
2, 2, 2, 2 Difference of Difference
Answer: 35
4). 973, 325, 109 , 37 , 13 , ?
+2÷3, +2÷3, +2÷3, +2÷3,
Answer: 5
5). 0.5, 2, 8, 35, ? , 1079
×2+1, ×3+2, ×4+3, ×5+4, ×6+5
Answer: 179
 Numeric Ability
 x2 8x + 15 = 0.
 3y+22 – 11y + 10 = 0
 y^2 = 16
 x2 7x + 12 = 0
Data Interpretation1:
Study the following information and answer the following questions.
The following table shows details about the book ‘ABC’ sold by six different stores.
Total book sold=650
1) If total number of ‘EFG’ book sold is 20% less than the total number of ‘ABC’ book sold and the ratio of male and female buyer is 6: 7, find the number of male buyer?
 120
 235
 220
 240
 260
2) What is the central angle for Q?
 92.3
 96.3
 93.6
 92.6
 None of these
3) What is the ratio of the total book sold by P and Q together to the total book sold by T and U together?
 2:3
 1: 1
 4:5
 3:4
 1:2
4) What is the difference between the number of books sold by R and number of books sold by P?
 145
 120
 150
 135
 130
5) Number of books sold by P is what percentage of number of books sold by T?
 50%
 100%
 150%
 200%
 80%
Study the following information and answer the following questions.
The following line graph shows the number of students (male + female) attended class on six different days.
Data Interpretation2:
1) What is the ratio of number of male students attended class on Tuesday and Friday together to number of female students attended class on the same days?
 3:4
 9:7
 6:7
 5:7
 None of these
2) Total number of students attended class on Saturday is 20% more than Friday , find the total number of students attended class on Saturday?
 500
 640
 720
 560
 None of these
3) Number of male students attended class on Monday and Sunday together is approximately what percentage of number of female students attended class on Tuesday and Wednesday together?
 123%
 112%
 108%
 111%
 None of these
Puzzle1
Eight persons P, R, S, T, U, V, W and Z are sitting in a circle and some of them facing inside and some of them are facing outside of the circle but not necessarily in the same order.
S sits third to the left of U. Only one person sits between U and V who is not a neighbour of S. W sits second to the right of V. Z sits third to the right of U. R sits second to the right of T but not a neighbour of V. S and R are facing opposite direction as that of T. Immediate neighbours of V facing same direction. W and P are facing same direction as Z. V faces inside.
Puzzle2
Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G are born in seven different months viz. January, March, May, July, August, October and December but not in same order.
Only four members are born between A and D. A born before D. C is not born on March. Two persons born between C and E. C born before E. G born on one of the months after July but before September. F is not born before C.
Puzzle3
Eight boxes D, E, G, H, I, J, M and N are placed in eight different racks but not in same order.
Four boxes are there between G and E. N is placed immediately below J and one box is there between J and M. As many persons between H and M is there between N and I. Only two boxes are there between H and I. H is placed above I and G but not on topmost rack.
Section wise IBPS RRB Officer Scale 1 Questions Asked 9th September 2017 – Shift IV
Number Series Asked in (4th Slot)IBPS RRB Officer (Scale1) Prelims Held on 9th Sep 2017:
1). 221, 109, 53, 25, 11, ?
×2+3 In Reverse
Answer: 4
2). 0.5, 12, 52, 106, 107, ?
×8+8, ×4+4, ×2+2, ×1+1 ×0.5+0.5
Answer: 54
3). 39, 31, 41, 29, 43, ?
8, 10, 12, 14, 16 Difference
2, 2, 2, 2 Difference of Difference
Answer: 27
4). 3, 5, 13, 49, ?, 1441,
×21, ×32, ×43, ×54, ×65
Answer: 241
5). 481, 477, 467, 439, 357, ?
Application sums:
1). A boat travels 12.8kms in 32 mins, the ratio b/w downstream speed and speed in still water is 15:14.What is the distance traveled in 15 mins upstream? 5.2 Km
2). There are 3 consecutive odd and three consecutive even numbers, the difference between smallest even digit number and largest odd digit number is 11. The difference between the product of smallest even and odd digit number is and the product of largest odd and largest even digit number is 172.What is the smallest odd digit number?
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