SBI PO Prelims Exam 2018 - Review on Sectional time limits
Probationary Officer at State Bank of India, one of the most sought-after jobs in the banking universe has posed an interesting question with the release of its recent notification for the Preliminary Exam.
According to the notification, there are sectional time limits to the three sections. However, there are no sectional cutoffs; category wise merit list will be drawn based on the aggregate marks scored in the preliminary exam. Candidates numbering approximately 10 times the number of vacancies in each category will be shortlisted for the Main examination. However, the number of questions per section remain the same. The pattern therefore for the Preliminary Exam is as follows –
Mock Test Analysis for SBI PO/Clerk Exams
The much-awaited notifications for major bank exams such as SBI PO and JA have been released recently. In our previous blogs, we have taken you through the exam pattern and strategies to do well in these exams. In all our articles, we suggested that you start with concepts and start attempting Mock Tests a month or two before the test. One thing you would have noticed is that most trainers advise you to spend more time on analyzing your test performances than on just taking tests. But what does analyzing your test performances mean? While you should certainly track the improvement in your scores test over a test, is that all to Analysis? Successful students do a much more in-depth analysis. In this article, I would take you through a few things to keep in mind when you start analyzing your mock test performances.
SBI PO 2018 Preparation Plan
Six weeks to go!
SBI PO 2018 notification is already out. The next 6 weeks is precious and how you plan to prepare efficiently during this period will be the deciding factor of your success in SBI PO Prelims 2018. The exam will be conducted on 1st, 7th and 8th of July, 2018. As you are aware, there are three sections in the prelims examination - Quantitative Aptitude (35 Questions), Reasoning Ability (35 Questions) and English Language. One important change in the SBI PO Prelims exam pattern is that there will not be sectional cutoffs and the participating banks will consider the overall scores for selection. Find the detailed SBI PO 2018 notification here. If you haven't applied for SBI PO Prelims yet, follow this link and Apply Now.