The cut-off marks for IBPS Clerk is the minimum marks that the candidates have to score in order to qualify for Mains. It is decided and announced by the conducting body of IBPS. While preparing for the IBPS Clerk exam, candidates should practise the previous question papers along with the mock tests.
They publish the cut-off and merit list soon after the result. The cut-off for IBPS Clerk 2020 will come out soon, and the same for 2021, after the exams and results are declared in 2021-2022. Also, check the IBPS Exam Calendar for 2021-22
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IBPS Clerk cut-off is the minimum mark that the candidates need to obtain in order to qualify for the next exam. There is an overall as well as a sectional cut-off in IBPS Clerk Exam. Candidates have to score more than the cut-off in each section and overall cut-off. IBPS Clerk cut-off is declared along with the result.
Since 2020 and 2021 cut-offs are yet to be released, candidates can estimate the marks by having a look at the previous year’s trends.
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The IBPS Clerk exam is the gateway to banking service in 15 public sector banks in India. A thorough understanding of the cut-off marks ensure that you can ace the exam with a smart preparation strategy. Hence, goin through previous years’ cut-off trends can be helpful.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.