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SBI Clerical Prelims 2016 – Analysis of All Slots Till Date

SBI Clerical Prelims 2016 – Analysis of All Slots Till Date

By / Feb 13, 2019

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.

Overall Analysis and Expected Cut-Offs for SBI Clerical Prelims 2016
SBI Clerical Prelims 2016 Expected Cut-Offs

Expected Overall Cut-off Score: 30 - 33.5
Some Important Points:
1- The level of difficulty of the upcoming slots is likely to remain the same.
2- Since the question paper was largely moderate, sectional cut-off scores are likely to remain high.

Section-1 (Numerical Ability)
Numerical Ability

Some Important Points:
1- No questions were asked on quadratic equation.
2- Only one block of Data Interpretation based on a simple table was asked.
3- More focus was given on calculation skills.

Section-2 (Reasoning)
Reasoning

Some Important Points:
1- No questions were asked on syllogism or input output.
2- More focus was given on logical puzzles (Almost 15 questions asked from this section only).

Section-3 (English)
English

Some Important Points:
1- The English section contained a word usage section where candidates were asked to identify words with wrong usage or wrong spelling.
2- This was an easy section. However, managing time to attempt many questions was tricky.

What to do next?

1- If you are already done with your SBI Clerical Prelims 2016 exams, we strongly recommend that you don’t waste your time and start preparing for SBI Clerical Mains 2016.
2- If you are taking the Prelims exams next week, it is high time you completed the Mock Test Series to succeed in SBI Clerical Prelims 2016. Apart from taking mocks and analyzing their results, start revising all the key concepts and formulae.
3- For those aspiring for SBI PO 2016, this will set a benchmark on what to expect in the exams. Although SBI Clerical Prelims 2016 has remained similar to IBPS Clerical Prelims held in 2015, We would recommend that you keep yourself ready for some surprises. It’s high time to check your preparedness with the Free SBI PO Diagnostic Test.

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