IBPS Clerk 2019 Prelims Scorecard Released; Check Cut Off Marks here

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Anangsha Patra
Deputy Manager – Editorial
Updated on Jan 8, 2020 16:38 IST

IBPS Clerk 2019 prelims cut off and scorecard has been released by IBPS. Know here the steps to download the scorecard and cut off. 

IBPS Clerk 2019 prelims scorecard released; check cut off marks here

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released IBPS Clerk prelims scorecard 2019 on January 8. Along with the scorecard, the examination authority has announced IBPS Clerk cut off 2019. Both the scorecard and cut off are available on the official website. Candidates can access the scorecard and cut off by logging with registration number or roll number and date of birth and password. The hard copy of the scorecard is not sent to candidates by post. Candidates can download their scorecards till January 19, 2020. 

Earlier, IBPS Clerk 2019 prelims result was announced on January 1. Candidates could check their result till January 7. The preliminary exam of IBPS Clerk 2019 was conducted on December 7 and 8 across various cities in the country in multiple sessions.

How to download IBPS Clerk scorecard 2019?

Candidates can follow the steps below to download the scorecard:

  • Visit the official website - ibps.in.
  • Click the link ‘View your scores for online preliminary exam.’
  • In the login page, candidates need to enter registration number or roll number and date of birth or password.
  • The scorecard appears in the screen.
  • Download the scorecard and take its printout.

To download the scorecard and cut off - Click here 

The scorecard displays the section-wise and overall scores obtained by the candidates in the exam. On the basis of the scores and cut off marks, candidates are selected for mains exam. IBPS Clerk mains exam 2019 is scheduled to be conducted on January 19. Qualified candidates have been issued IBPS Clerk admit card 2019 for the mains exam.

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Anangsha Patra
Deputy Manager – Editorial

A mass communication and journalism post-graduate, Anangsha has worked as a reporter and sub-editor and enjoys working in the education domain.

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