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Cut-off to apply for IBM Placement? Previous year model paper of IBM Aptitude test?


The criteria of IBM is given below:-

1)Candidate must be score at least 65% in through out career.

Is this cut off applicable for 12th and 10th marks? please reply...




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65% might be asked in some of the colleges based on the college ranking but now a days IBM eligibility criteria in most of the college have changed to 70% above through out studies which means 10th, 12th and UG/PG degree.

So, if you are less than 70% in any one of your studies then you won't be eligible to apply for IBM. The common eligibility criteria of IBM asked in most of the common colleges is as follows,

-> Candidate should have more than 60% above marks through out the studies which means 70% above in 10th, 12th and UG/PG degree.

-> Candidate should possess good technical and communication skills.

-> Candidate shouldn't have any backlogs.


There will be three rounds covered for selection process of IBM which as follows,

-> Aptitude Test.

-> Technical Interview.

-> HR Interview.


I have attached the previous year model paper of IBM Aptitude test in this post for you reference and also other which might help you to prepare well for the campus placements. Just go through it and prepare well.
Attached Files
File Type: zip IBM.zip(509.9 KB, 189 views)
File Type: pdf aptitude.pdf(1.18 MB, 618 views)
File Type: pdf Winning The Interview Game Everything You Need To Know To Land The Job.pdf(1.61 MB, 237 views)
File Type: pdf Interview Skills That Win The Job -WindowTricks-.pdf(1.99 MB, 189 views)
File Type: pdf R S aggarwal verbal reasoning.pdf(803.4 KB, 560 views)
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