SBI Clerk Exam Analysis – Read the SBI Clerk Exam Analysis for Day 1, 22 May 2016 here. Review of SBI Clerk Preliminary Exam is useful for candidates while they are waiting for the result of SBI Clerk 2016.
SBI Clerk Day 1 Exam has been conducted successfully on 22 May 2016 and thousands of aspirants appeared in this reputed exam with the dream to work in SBI. The exam was held in different slots. The time limit for each slot is one (1) hour. The first time slot was from 9 am to 10 am, the second slot was from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm, the third slot was from 2 pm to 3 pm and the fourth slot was 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm. As exam was organized successfully, therefore, we are here with SBI Clerk Exam Analysis for Day 1. To make things clearer to the candidates, this post is divided into two portions namely overall difficulty level of the exam and section – wise exam analysis. Get here the appropriate details of SBI Clerk Exam Analysis for Day 1, 22 May 2016, Slot 1.
SBI Clerk 22 May 2016 Prelim Exam Review and Analysis
|AIMS ATMA 2018 Exam||Register to get Top MBA College|
|Times Group Bennett University||Apply Now for UG / PG Courses|
Analysis of SBI Clerk 2016 preliminary exam has been published here after all shifts were held of 22th May 2016 exam.
SBI Clerk Exam Analysis – Overall Difficulty Level
The SBI Clerk exam comprises of 100 multiple choice questions from English, Quantitative aptitude, and reasoning. The time duration is 1 hour and, therefore, speed, accuracy and planning are surely needed to have good attempts. The level of questions asked in the English and reasoning is easy but the questions asked in quantitative aptitude are a bit lengthy and time – consuming. Hence, as according to the SBI Clerk Exam Analysis, the overall difficulty level of the exam is as follows:
|Sections||No. of Questions||Level of Difficulty|
|English||30||Easy to moderate|
|Reasoning||35||Easy to Moderate|
|Overall||100 questions||Easy to moderate|
Therefore, the overall difficulty level of the SBI clerk exam paper is moderate to easy. Also, overall analysis is also done on the basis of the good attempts. Description of the same is provided here:
|English||19 – 23|
|Reasoning||21 – 24|
|Quantitative aptitude||16 – 20|
SBI Clerk Exam Analysis – Section Wise Analysis
Apart from the overall analysis of the SBI clerk exam paper, the section wise analysis is also done which is quite beneficial for the candidates. Let’s have a look.
Section 1: English
The question paper comprises of 30 questions from English section. The difficulty level of this section is quite easy. The detailed SBI Clerk Exam Analysis of the English section is given here:
|Topic||Level||No. of questions|
|Reading Comprehension||Easy||10 questions|
|Overall||Easy to moderate||30 questions|
Section 2: Reasoning
The section 2 of the exam comprises of 35 multiple choice questions. The difficulty level of this section is moderate. The SBI Clerk Exam Analysis of the Reasoning section is illustrated here.
|Topics||Level||No. of Questions|
|Coding and decoding||Moderate||5|
|Puzzle (Floor arrangement)||Easy||5 + 5|
|Puzzle (Circular arrangement)||Moderate||5|
|Series (Number/ alphabetical)||Easy||5|
|Miscellaneous (Ranking, blood relations, directions etc)||Moderate||5|
|Overall||Easy to Moderate||35 questions|
Note: Syllogism is not asked in the exam.
Section 3: Quantitative aptitude
The time consuming, a bit lengthy and a calculative section of the exam is Quantitative aptitude which comprises of 35 multiple choice questions. The difficulty level of this section is quite moderate to difficult. The SBI Clerk Exam Analysis for this section is described here.
|Topics||level||No. of questions|
|Data interpretation (Tabular)||Moderate||5|
|Miscellaneous (Profit and loss, time and work, CI, SI etc)||Moderate||15|
So, the overall level of the SBI clerk Day 1 exam for all slots is Easy to Moderate and the 55 – 65 is the good attempt for the candidate.
Discuss questions and answers asked in SBI Clerk (JA and JAA) Recruitment 2016 Prelims Exam held on 22 May 2016
You can comment below (using FB comments) or use the discussion forum to discuss questions and answers asked in the SBI Clerk Prelim Exam 2016 on 22 May 2016.
Books recommended for SBI Clerk
|SBI Clerk Exam Previous Years Solved Papers by Kiran Prakashan||Buy Online|
|State Bank of India Clerical Cadre Recruitment Exam||Buy Online|
|Ultimate Guide for SBI and Associates Bank Clerk Prelim and Main Exam (with GK)||Buy Online|