IB ACIO 2021: Here is the direct link of the simulated IB ACIO test, admission card

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The Home Office (MHA) has released the IB ACIO Mock test link for the Grade II / Executive Intelligence Bureau Central Intelligence Assistant Recruitment Examination (IB ACIO). Candidates who applied for the IB ACIO 2021 exam can now take the mock test to understand the paper model.

IB ACIO simulation test

Click on here for direct link

Candidates may note that the mock test is only intended for representative means and to acclimate candidates to the process. Only one question has been provided as an example in each section.

IB ACIO 2021 admission card

Earlier, MHA released the IB ACIO admission card on the official website

Steps to Download IB ACIO Level I 2021 Admission Card

Step 1: Click on here for the direct link of the IB ACIO admission card

2nd step: Enter your username, password and click on login

Step 3: Your admission card will appear on the screen

Step 4: Check the date, time and city of your exam

Step 5: Download and print your admission card for future reference

The MHA is organizing the IB ACIO 2021 exam to fill 2,000 vacancies. The IB ACIO 2021 Level 1 exam will take place in the second half of February 2021. Applicants can find details of the exam date and city mentioned in the admission card. Candidates who qualify for the Level I exam will be eligible for the Level II exam. Candidates shortlisted on the basis of the Level II exam will be invited for an interview, and then a final merit list will be posted on the official MHA website.

IB ACIO Exam Template

Section Total number of questions
General awareness / Current affairs 20
General studies 20
Numerical aptitude 20
Reasoning Logical Aptitude 20
English 20
Total 100

IB ACIO Exam Scoring System

Candidates should answer 100 questions within 1 hour. Each correct answer is worth 1 point and the incorrect answer gets a negative score of 0.25 points.

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