SBI Clerk 2019 Mains Exam Analysis (August 10): Paper was Moderate to Difficult

SBI Clerk 2019 Mains Exam Analysis (August 10): Paper was Moderate to Difficult
Shristi Kirti | Aug 10, 2019 - 3:07 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, AUGUST 10: The mains exam of SBI Clerk for the first shift has been conducted. After the conclusion of the first shift exam, various coaching institutes have released shift-wise exam analysis of SBI Clerk 2019 mains. As per the analysis based on the candidates reaction and experts opinion, the paper was moderate to difficult.

Check below the overall mains exam analysis of SBI Clerk for shift 1 to know which section was tough and which was easier along with the number of good attempts.

SBI Clerk 2019 Mains Exam Analysis (Overall)


Shift 1 (Difficulty Level)

Good Attempts

General English


22 - 25

Quantitative Aptitude

Moderate to Difficult

20 - 25

Reasoning & Computer Ability

Moderate to Difficult

30 - 34

General/Financial Awareness

Moderate to Difficult

34 - 40


Moderate to Difficult

130 to 145

From General Awareness section, there were questions asked from SCO Summit 2019, Tapan Ray Committee, War Over Words Book, Elephant Rehab Centre, RBI Loan of 1.5 trillion, Mali's Capital, Day celebrated on 19 August, G20 Summit etc.

In the Reasoning section, there were questions based on Arrangement, Blood Relation, Box-based etc

In quantitative Aptitude, there were around 24 questions from DI which included br graphs, poe chart etc. Quantity Comparison had around 4 question, 5 question were there from Dat Sufficiency. There were 13 Miscellaneous questions from

For the General English part, there were around 4 Reading Comprehension (based on music anhedonia), 5 questions from Fillers, 4 Vocabulary based, 5 questions based on Phrasal replacement, 4 questions from Antonyms and Synonyms and 6 questions which were Grammar based

With the help of SBI Clerk exam analysis 2019, candidates can check and understand the weightage, marking scheme, difficulty level, overall and sectional difficulty level of the examination.

All those candidates who will qualify in the SBI Clerk mains exam will be considered qualified for the recruitment at SBI as Clerks.

SBI Clerk exam is conducted in two stages - Preliminary and Mains. Candidates who qualify in both phases are appointed as Junior Associate (Customer Support & Sales) in clerical cadre. The prelims exam was held on June 22, 23, and 30. This year the authority is conducting SBI Clerk exam for a total of 8693 vacancies.

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