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SBI Clerical Prelims 2016 Ė Analysis of All Slots Till Date

SBI Clerical Prelims 2016 is already underway. Here we discuss various question types, level of difficulty of the sections etc. for the SBI Clerical Prelims Exam. The overall feedback received from students who have already appeared in SBI Clerical Prelims 2016 is as follows:

• The level of difficulty of the paper is moderate with English being the easiest section in most slots.
• Reasoning is moderate but the puzzles have a lot of data and can be time consuming.
• Maximum focus in the numerical ability section has remained on calculation skills with questions from simplification being lengthy and time consuming.


All You Need to Know About SBI Clerk 2016- Exams Pattern & Changes

State Bank of India has given a reason for bank service aspirants to smile; after 2 years, SBI has released the notification for recruitments in the Clerical Cadre. Approximately 14000 vacant posts are to be filled up through the upcoming exam, which is scheduled to be held in May and June 2016 (tentatively).

However, this notification brought with it some surprises. Letís take a look at what SBI Clerical 2016 would be like:

1- Two-tier exam instead of a single-tier exam
SBI Clerical 2014 was a single-tier exam. However, this time SBI has also decided to conduct a 2-tier exam consisting of Prelims and Mains. Itís not quite a surprise as IBPS has already conducted 2-tier exams for selection of Clerks in various PSB in 2015. Even SBI conducted the exams in two tiers for selection of PO in 2015, but it will be for the first time in the Clerical Cadre.


No interviews in IBPS Clerk selections!!!

What has been a speculation for over a month now, has now become official. IBPS, the organization responsible for conducting entrance level exams for various posts in the public sector banks of India, has now decided to do away with the process of interviews for the selection of candidates for this yearís clerical cadre vacancies.

Here are some key points from the notification released by IBPS
1 NO Interviews will be conducted under CWE Clerks-V.
2 100% weightage will be given to the score obtained by the candidate in the online Mains Examination.


Analysis of IBPS Clerical (Prelims) - 2015

Dear Aspirant,

The IBPS Clerical (Prelims) ended on Sunday. As we already know, the paper consisted of 3 sections (Numerical Ability, Reasoning and English) having a total of 100 questions to be solved in 60 minutes. The overall difficulty level of the paper can be rated as low to moderate. A candidate who has prepared thoroughly should be able to attempt 70 - 75% of the paper without much difficulty. It is now time to gear up for the upcoming IBPS Clerical (Mains) Exam. Letís take a look at the details of IBPS Clerical (Prelims) and what to expect from IBPS Clerical (Mains).

Overall Analysis and Expected Cut-offs:


IBPS Clericals - How to prepare?

Dear Aspirants,
The first ever IBPS clerical prelims are less than a month away and it is high time to gear-up for the D-day. Given the fact that time is of the essence now, a clearly laid out strategy to clear the upcoming IBPS Clerical exams will most certainly go a long way in ensuring your success. But before moving to strategy, letís take a look at the pattern for this yearís exam. We already know that IBPS Clerical will be a two-tier exam; the patterns of the same are as follows:

Pattern of IBPS Clerical (Prelims)

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