SBI PO 2020 prelims exam analysis for Jan 4 shift 1; Check details here

SBI PO 2020 exam analysis for January 4 Shift 1 is available here. Check SBI PO 2020 prelims exam analysis including difficulty level, types of questions and more

SBI PO 2020 prelims exam analysis for Jan 4 shift 1; Check details here
Team Careers360 | Jan 4, 2021 - 12:08 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: State Bank of India is conducting SBI PO 2020 prelims exam in online mode today, January 4, 2021, on various exam centres across the country. SBI PO 2020 will be conducted in four shifts. It is important to carry SBI PO 2020 admit card along with valid id proof at the exam centre. For now, SBI PO 2020 prelims exam is conducted successfully in shift 1. Candidates appearing in upcoming shifts can check the SBI PO 2020 prelims shift 1 exam analysis to know about the exam pattern, difficulty level of questions and all other important news regarding SBI PO prelims 2020.

SBI PO 2020 prelims exam - Shift and timing


Shift Timings

Shift 1

09:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Shift 2

11:30 Am - 12:30 PM

Shift 3

02:00 PM - 03:00 PM

Shift 4

03:30 PM - 04:30 PM

SBI PO 2020 exam analysis: Topic-wise (January 4- shift 1)

Candidates can check the table below explaining the topic wise good attempts and difficulty level of question asked in SBI PO 2020 prelims exam in shift 1.


Good Attempts


Reasoning Aptitude



English Language



Quantitative Aptitude






SBI PO 2020 exam pattern highlights

  • SBI PO 2020 prelims exam consists of 100 questions from English language, quantitative aptitude and reasoning ability

  • Each question in the SBI PO 2020 exam carries 1 mark.

  • There is a negative marking of one-fourth mark for every wrong answer.

  • The total duration for each shift is one hour.

As per the feedback we got from students, the government guidelines of COVID-19 have been followed at the SBI PO exam centre. In the SBI PO 2020 test, candidates are required to bring a face mask, hand sanitizer and water bottle.

More about SBI PO:

SBI PO exam is conducted by the State Bank of India (SBI) to recruit the Scale -1 officers in different state banks. Graduates from any stream can apply for this post. Candidates need to qualify three stages - prelims, mains and interview to get shortlisted for final allotment.

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