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SBI AND PO

SBI PO examination is one of the most important examinations not only for the banking aspirants, but for the civil services and UPSC aspirants as well. SBI has reported 2000 vacancies this year and also brought some pattern change in the recruitment process by including Preliminary Exam. With this change in the process many students sent their queries asking like “Paper kaisa hoga”, “Kya kya aayega”, “Prelims ke liye kitna padhna padega”.

Let’s Begin

1. Pattern of the Preliminary Exam :

  • a) Reasoning Ability : 35 Questions
  • b) Quantitative Aptitude : 35 Questions
  • c) English : 30 Questions

2. Mains Examination

Now let’s talk about the most important part of the whole recruitment process i.e. the Mains examinations. This part will need more effort and time management skills. With the most of the reported instances, we can say that if you mange to do it in time, then you will be having an advantage over others. There is no hard and fast rule that you need to follow. I am showing you an example to divide your time that most of our readers can follow or you can make your own time division analysis :

This Division of time helped a lot of students to clear their examination and get through all the recruitment processes of IBPS, RBI, NABARD, LIC, NIACL, NICL, GIC, etc. Now if you are thinking about number of questions to be attempted in the examination, then let it be clear that you need to attempt as many as possible and all the attempted questions should be correct and no need to go for any ‘Tukka’ because that ‘Tukka’ can make a difference between your marks and cut-off marks.

Now coming to the bifurcation of the questions from the mains exam, we would be providing you the detailed division that will definitely make your way towards clearing the exam.

Mains Exam will include the following subjects:

  • a) Reasoning (High Level)
  • b) Data Interpretation and Analysis
  • c) General Awareness, Marketing, Computers
  • d) English Language

SBI PO SYLLABUS

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