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With an increasing number of government banks releasing recruitment notice for clerical cadre across India, we felt the neccessity of having a dedicated bank clerk mock test examination center available online. Moreover the announcement of IBPS Common Written Examination (CWE) along with SBI recruitment in clerical cadre has further increased the demand for a clerical test zone like this.



Clerical examination is divided into two basic parts - written test and interview. Written test is based on multiple choice questions and generally segmented into four categories -

  1. Reasoning Aptitude (50 Questions)
  2. Numerical Ability (50 Questions)
  3. English Knowledge (50 Questions)
  4. Computer and Marketing Aptitude (50 Questions)

Based on these four categories we at Cyber Mock Test have designed the exam modules. Each section can be accessed differently at a time and again the complete test can be taken at a stretch for three hour. The complete test consists of 200 questions and takes a few seconds to load into browser. Hence it is recomended to use minimum 1 Mbps internet connection with 1 GB RAM to avoid any hassle during the exam. All the questions are loaded randomly from our database of 3000+ questions so that the mock test candidate may get a versatile real exam like experience. As soon as the test is submitted, result gets shown in real time with each question marked as CORRECT, INCORRECT or NOT ANSWERED.

We wish that you get some real help from this banking clerical mock test modules and clear your clerk exam with flying colors to have a successful career ahead.


Choose your exam module
Reasoning
(45 Minutes - 50 Questions)
Numerical
(45 Minutes - 50 Questions)
English
(45 Minutes - 50 Questions)
Computer and Marketing Aptitude
(45 Minutes - 50 Questions)
Complete Bank Clerk Examination
(180 Minutes - 200 Questions)

Passing Score: 40%
+ 1 for each correct answer
- 1/4 for each wrong answer