SRCC 2011

Analysis: SRCC 2011
SRCC 2011 was on the same pattern as previous years. The number of questions was also same as previous year. General framework was also same as that of previous years. The breakup of the paper is given below:
Overview of the SRCC Paper
Time allotted2Hrs.
Total no. of questions160
Marking SchemeCorrect Answer: +4
Number of choices5
Negative Marking¼ of marks allotted to the question.
Expected cut-offs*A score of 303+ was appropriate to clear the cut off
Overview of Different Sections
Sr. No.SectionsNo. of QuestionsDifficulty Level
1Verbal Ability40Easy to Moderate
2Logical Ability40Easy to Moderate
3Quantitative Ability40Moderate to Difficult
4General Awareness40Easy to Moderate
SECTION I: Verbal Ability
Sr. No.TopicsNo. of QuestionDifficulty Level / remarks
5Correct Usage4Moderate
6Fill in the Blanks5Easy-Moderate
Overall 40Easy-Moderate
Evaluation: The section was easy to moderate. This section had variety of questions based on grammar that included change of voice, prepositional phrases, sentence completion, and identifying errors in the sentence. Attempt of 22-24 questions in 20-25 minutes would be ideal.
SECTION II: Quantitative ability
Sr. No.Area TestedNo. of QuestionDifficulty Level / remarks
Overall 40Moderate-Difficult
Evaluation: This section was most difficult and a bit time consuming. Question on tables were calculative and rest of the questions were tricky to understand. Attempt of 15-16 questions in 45 minutes would be ideal.
SECTION III: Logical Ability
Sr. No.Area TestedNo. of QuestionDifficulty Level / remarks
2Critical Reasoning10Moderate
3Data Sufficiency5Easy
5Condition based set5Easy
6Logical Reasoning7Easy
Overall 40Easy-Moderate
Evaluation: This section was quite easy as compare to others. One should have easily solved the questions on series, logical reasoning and conditional based reasoning. Attempts of 20-22 in 35 minutes would be ideal.
SECTION IV: General Knowledge
Evaluation: In this section questions were mostly from Current affairs and static GK. Attempt of 14 questions in 15 minutes would be ideal.
*Disclaimer:All the above given information is based on personal opinion of Bulls Eye Expert faculty. Several factors have been considered before giving these cut-offs. However, it has nothing to do with original cut-offs.