SBI Clerk 2019 Prelims Exam Analysis (June 22): Paper was Easy to Moderate

SBI Clerk 2019 Prelims Exam Analysis (June 22): Paper was Easy to Moderate
Sanjana Surbhi | Jun 22, 2019 - 6 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, JUNE 22: State Bank of India (SBI) had conducted SBI Clerk Prelims exam on June 22 for all the four slots. After the exam got over, various coaching institutes have released shift-wise exam analysis of SBI Clerk 2019 prelims examination. 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.

Before going through the SBI Clerk Prelims 2019 exam analysis, candidates must also understand the exam pattern. As per the exam pattern of SBI Clerk, prelims exam had three sections - English Language, Reasoning and Numerical Ability. The exam was held for a total of 100 questions carrying 1 mark each. Candidates had to finish the computer-based exam within 1 hour (20 minutes allotted to each section).

Check below the overall prelims exam analysis of SBI Clerk to know which section was tough and which was comparatively easier. SBI Clerk exam analysis that is provided below is done on the basis of candidates and experts response to the exam.

SBI Clerk 2019 Prelims Exam Analysis (Overall)

Sections

Slot 1 (Difficulty Level)

Slot 2 (Difficulty Level)

Slot 3 (Difficulty Level)

English Language

Easy to Moderate

Easy

Easy

Reasoning

Easy to Moderate

Easy

Easy

Numerical Ability

Easy to Moderate

Easy to Moderate

Easy to Moderate


Based on the SBI Clerk exam analysis for prelims, candidates will also be able to know the expected cutoff of SBI Clerk prelims exam. Check below the expected cut off of SBI Clerk of prelims exam:

SBI Clerk Prelims Expected Cutoff 2019

Category

Expected Marks (Out of 100)

General

68-73

OBC

62-67

SC

56-61

ST

45-50


SBI Clerk prelims exam for the next shift is slated to be conducted on June 23 and 30. The result for prelims exam is expected to be released in the last week of July 2019 in online mode. Based on the prelims result, candidates will be shortlisted for the mains exam.

SBI Clerk exam is conducted in two phases - Preliminary and Mains followed by a test of the local language. Candidates are required to qualify in both the stages of SBI Clerk 2019 to be appointed as Junior Associate (Customer Support & Sales) in clerical cadre. A total of 8693 vacancies have been announced for the recruitment year 2019-20.

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