NIACL Assistant Day 1 slot 4 exam review 2017.New India assurance company limited is major public sector general insurer in the country which conducted its first day prelim exam for assistant recruitment on 23 April and a lot of candidates had appeared for the examination.
Here Day 1 4th session of exam review has been given and candidates can check it out from the link below. All those candidates looking for the NIACL assistant exam review can check the analysis of the exam from below. The exam was conducted for 1 hour of time duration in which 100 questions were asked from 3 sections. The cutoff seems to be high as the questions were relatively easier for the prelim examination. Day 2 exam will begin today on April 24 and the candidates can check the review later. Those who will qualify prelim will be called next for the mains examination.
NIACL Assistant exam analysis for April 23, 2017
On April 23, New India assurance had conducted exam in 4 slots and here is the exam review and analysis for the session 4. All the sessions were identical having similar questions asked in the exam. Let us being with the sections
Questions were asked from
- Reading Comprehension (story based- A wise man found money)-10 Easy questions
- Close Test (based on RanaBai)-10 Easy questions
- Errors- 10 easy questions
Quantitative aptitude test:
This section was easy to modetate. Questions were3 35. Questions were asked from
- Series – 5Easy questions
- Data Interpretation- 5Easy questions
- Simplification- 10Easy questions
- Miscellaneous(SI, CI, Speed &Time, Profit and Loss, Time and Work, Averages, Ages, Ratio etc.)- 15 easy questions
- Syllogism – 5 Easy questions
- Puzzles and Seating Arrangement- 15 Easy – Moderate questions
- Alphanumeric Series- 5 questions
- Alphabet Series- 5 questions
- Miscellaneous ( Ranking, Direction Sense, Blood Relations etc. )- 10 question
The number of good attempts for overall exam lies between 74-82 marks and candidates who score more marks than the cut-off will have chances to be called for the next phase of the mains examination.