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Analysis of 4th slot of SBI PO Prelims- 9th July

Here is the end of the final slot of SBI Prelims held today i.e 9th of July. SBI has finally managed to conduct all the four slots on 9th July in a smooth and efficient manner. We have now come up the analysis of the 4th slot to help you get some idea on the composition of the 4th slot of SBI PO Prelims 2016.

The pattern of all four sections were as follows:

Sections

No of questions

Maximum marks

Duration

Quantitative Aptitude

35

35

1 hour

English language

30

30

Reasoning ability

35

35


 

The overall analysis is important, no doubt, but the in detail analysis will help you even more. Detailed analysis will give you an idea of the composition of all the sections in detail.

Detailed analysis # English Language: (Difficulty level : difficult> moderate> easy)

a. Reading comprehension- 10 questions (moderate)

b. Close test(technology based)- 5 questions (easy)

c. Parajumble (Moderate)- 5 questions (moderate)

d. Spotting error- 5 questions (moderate)

e. Fill in the blanks- 5 questions (easy)

Detailed analysis # Reasoning ability: (Difficulty level : difficult> moderate> easy)

a. Puzzle (7 questions, different boxes with different shapes)- 5 questions – moderate

b. Puzzle (Months)- 5 questions – moderate

c. Linear puzzle (8 people sitting and facing North South in same line- moderate

d. Puzzle(8 persons)- 5 questions (moderate- tough)

e. Comparison puzzle – 5 questions (moderate)

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Analysis of the third slot: SBI PO Prelims 2016- 9th July

The third slot of SBI PO Prelims 2016 conducted on 9th July has come to an end. The test was an organized one with a good set of questions. The total time to attempt the entire paper is 1 hour.

A quick look at the overall analysis based on multiple students’ views from different areas:

Section

Level of difficulty

Good Attempts

Quantitative Aptitude

Moderate

22- 25

Reasoning ability

Moderate- Difficult

15- 20

General English

Moderate

20-25

Detailed analysis: English- The level of difficulty of English was moderate. The topic of reading comprehension was a decent and most debated one i.e. “Women empowerment”.

Topic

No of questions

Level of difficulty

Reading comprehension on “Women empowerment”

10

Moderate

Error

5

Moderate

Fill in the blanks (Double filler)

5

Easy

Cloze test (based on technology)

5

Easy

Para- jumbled (based on technology)

5

Moderate

Detailed analysis: Quant- The level of quant was from moderate in this slot.

Topic

No of questions

Level of difficulty

Data interpretation (Bar graph/ Table)

2 sets (10 qs)

Easy, Moderate

Number series

5

Easy

Quadratic equations

5

Easy

Approximation

5

Easy

Miscellaneous

10

Moderate

Detailed analysis: Reasoning- The level of questions from reasoning section was moderate to difficult. Please note that no questions were asked from “Coding – Decoding” and “Syllogism”.

Topic

No of questions

Level of difficulty

Inequalities

5

Easy

Blood relations

2

Moderate

Puzzles (7 people 3 different standards and 7 different likes/ 7 people different profession/ 8 people sitting and facing north south in same line/ puzzle on books/ box puzzle)

25

Difficult, Moderate- difficult, Difficult, Easy, Moderate.

We hope this information will help you to gear up for the upcoming SBI PO Exam. Stay tuned with us for more updates. Good luck!

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Analysis of the second slot: SBI PO Prelims 2016- 9th July

The second slot of SBI PO Prelims 2016 conducted on 9th July has come to an end. The test was a favourable test with reasonably good and genuine set of questions. As we all are aware of, planned strategy is highly essential for a candidate to come up with flying colours. The total time to attempt the entire paper is 1 hour.

A quick look at the overall analysis based on multiple students’ views from different areas:

Section

Level of difficulty

Good Attempts

Quantitative Aptitude

Moderate

22- 25

Reasoning ability

Moderate- Difficult

15- 20

General English

Moderate

20-25

Detailed analysis: English- The level of difficulty of English was moderate. The topic of reading comprehension was a highligthed and relevant one i.e. “Financial facility for women”.

Topic

No of questions

Level of difficulty

Reading comprehension on “Financial facility for women”

10

Moderate

Error

5

Moderate

Fill in the blanks

5

Easy

Cloze test (based on technology)

5

Easy

Para- jumbled (based on advertising)

5

Moderate

Detailed analysis: Quant- The level of quant was from easy to moderate.

Topic

No of questions

Level of difficulty

Data interpretation (Bar graph/ Table)

2 sets (10 qs)

Easy, Moderate

Number series

5

Moderate

Quadratic equations

5

Easy

Approximation

5

Easy

Miscellaneous

10

Moderate

Detailed analysis: Reasoning- The level of questions from reasoning section was moderate to tough.  Please note that no questions were asked from “Coding – Decoding” and “Syllogism”.

Topic

No of questions

Level of difficulty

Direction sense

3

Easy - Moderate

Inequalities

5

Easy

Blood relations

2

Moderate

Puzzles (7 people 7 different places/ box puzzle, people facing north south in same line, Months, Ranking based puzzle)

24

Moderate- Difficult

We hope this information will help you to gear up for the upcoming slots. Stay tuned with us for more updates. Good luck!

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Analysis of the first slot: SBI PO Prelims 2016- 9th July Exam

Examination all the way! The third day first slot of the SBI PO prelims exam has finally come to an end. We bring the analysis of the first slot to give you a brief and crisp idea about the SBI PO Prelims propanganda. As you are already aware of, the examination consisted of three different sections: English, Reasoning and Quantitaive Aptitude.

When we take a look at the earlier slots, the questions were both moderate as well as difficult, but tricky. But, the first slot of SBI PO prelims on 9th July had come up with “Moderate diffculty level”. Definitely a good news for the candidates! The pattern of the entire paper was almost similar with the earlier phases. This particular piece of information can be highly helpful for the candidtes in future and those who are appearing today. As usual, five puzzles were asked in first slot paper. You can make it a important point for the upcoming slots as well.

Examination strategy is highly essential for a candidate to come up with flying colours. The total time to attempt the entire paper is 1 hour.

A quick look at the overall analysis based on multiple students’ views from different areas:

Section

Level of difficulty

Good Attempts

Quantitative Aptitude

Moderate

20- 33

Reasoning ability

Moderate- Difficult

18- 22

General English

Moderate

17- 21

Overall

Moderate

55- 60

Detailed analysis: English- The level of difficulty of English was moderate.. This was the case in the previous slot papers as well. The topic of reading comprehension was catchy and relevant i.e. “Interest in computer science among girls and boys”.

Topic

No of questions

Level of difficulty

Reading comprehension on “Interest in computer science among girls and boys”

10

Moderate

Error

5

Moderate

Double fillers

5

Easy

Cloze test (Technology usage in modern world)

5

Easy

Para- jumbled (Software technology in China)

5

Difficult

Total

30

Moderate

Detailed analysis: Quant- The level of quant was from easy to moderate. Overall the pattern was almost similar to the earlier slot papers. The questions were very good. The questions from the lesson “Quadratic equations” were a bit lengthy but easy.

Topic

No of questions

Level of difficulty

Data interpretation (Bar graph/ Table)

10

Easy- Moderate

Number series

5

Moderate- difficult

Quadratic equations

5

Easy

Approximation

5

Easy

Arithmetic

10

Difficult

Total

35

Easy- Moderate

Detailed analysis: Reasoning- The level of questions from reasoning section were also moderate. This section had appealing similarities with the reasoning sections of earlier slots. But, no questions were asked from “Coding – Decoding” and “Syllogism”.

Topic

No of questions

Level of difficulty

Direction sense

2

Easy

Inequalities

5

Easy

Blood relations

3

Easy

Seating arrangement (6 people sitting from top to bottom)

5

Moderate

Puzzles (Boxes and different colours/ Department and People/ North South 8 People in same line)

20

Moderate- Difficult

Total

35

Moderate- Difficult

We hope this information will help you to shine in the upcoming slots. Stay tuned with us for more updates. Good luck!

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Vacancy in Rajkot Nagarik Sahakari Bank Ltd. | Junior Executive | Apply before 16 july

Rajkot Nagarik Sahakari Bank Ltd. invites applications for the post Junior Executive . Candidates can apply before 16 july 2016.

Name of the Post: Junior Executive

No. of Pots: Not known

Date of Exam: shall be intimated shortly

Educational Qualification: Graduation with 60% marks

Age Limit: 30 years

Last date of online registration: 16 july 2016

Salary: Rs.10,500/- per month

Job Location: Ahemdabad & Gandhi Nagar

How to Apply: visit-rnsbindia.com

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SBI PO Exam pattern analysis: 9th and 10th July- Smart analysis with expected cut off.

Analysis is the key tool to success! This statement itself conveys the importance of analysis for a student’s prosperity. We have come up with a detailed and structured analysis of the SBI PO Prelims which was conducted on 2nd and 3rd July. We believe that smart preparation is way helpful than hard core preparation!

As per the pattern followed in the phases conduced on 2nd and 3rd july, it is expected to carry on the same pattern on the phases which will be conducted on 9th and 10th July. The questions from the section of reasoning were dominating the whole paper. This article will give you a strategy based analysis to help you excel in your preparation.

Examination pattern:

Sl. No.

Sections

No. of questions

Maximum marks

Duration

1

English language

30

30

1 hour

2

Quantitative Aptitude

35

35

3

Reasoning ability

35

35

Total

100

100

Expected Cut- off-

As per the suppositions, the cut- off marks could be as follows:

General- 50-55 out of 100

OBC- 45-50 out of 100

SC/ ST- 40-45 out of 100

Some important guidelines for the examination:

a. You have to take care of both the cutoffs- (sectional and overall) to clear the SBI PO Prelims exam.

b. Another essential key is proper time management. Try to allot genuine timings to each of the sections as per the following figures:

English Section: 15 minutes

Quant: 20 minutes

Reasoning: 25 minutes

One can easily attempt 55 questions in the above time slots.

c. Skim through the entire paper (especially through reasoning and quant sections) and try to attemp the easy questions first. If you are stuck at a question which you find difficult, it absolutely doesn’t make sense to waste time on it. Skip those questions and move on to the questions which cn easily solve. You may try out those left questions later.

d. Last but not the least, belive in your caliber! Believe in the fact that “I CAN DO IT” and you will see wonders in your performance. It is well and good if a candidate manages to attempt 80 questions but all you need is 45 or 46 to clear prelims. Remember, Smart and efficient attempts matter!

We wish you all the best! Stay tuned with us for more updates

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Tips and tricks to excel in SBI PO Mains 2016

SBI PO Mains- the next step after prelims which will determine the career of SBI PO aspirants. Well, there are only three weeks left. Do you want to nail it with the most outrageous results? If yes, we are here to help you. The common areas of your concern are most likely to be the “Expected syllabus” and “Types of questions asked in the SBI PO Mains”.

“Do not worry and keep aspiring”- this is what we would suggest you for the above. Keeping in the mind the syllabus of SBI PO Mains, prepare for the unexpected sections along with the expected sections as well to ensure your success. This article will help you do wonders while your preparations and will make you confident enough to appear the exam. So, go grab it!

The syllabus:

The main examination will consist of 200 marks and the descriptive test will be of 50 marks. The table below incorporates the SBI PO Mains exam pattern:

Section

Number of questions

Maximum marks

Duration

Reasoning + Computer aptitude

45

60

60 minutes

Data analysis and interpretation

35

60

45 minutes

English language

35

40

40 minutes

General/ Economy/ Banking awareness

40

40

35 minutes

Total

155

200

3 hours

When the SBI PO Mains exam pattern decides half of your preparation propaganda, the pattern of the descriptive test is also a major part which is as follows:

Topic

Marks

Description

Essay writing

30

1 out of 3

Letter writing

20

1 out of 3

Total

50

Now, here comes the two final rounds: “The Group Discussion” and “The Interview”. Group discussion is conducted for 20 marks and interview for 30 marks.

Please note that SBI will create the merit list based on marks secured in :

a. Main examination

b. GD

c. Interview

The marks which the candidate secures in the written test (out of 250 marks) will be converted to out of 75 and the marks which the candidate secures in group discussion will and interview (out of 50 marks) are converted to out of 25.

We hope that this article will help you to come up with flying colours in the SBI Mains 2016. Stay tuned with us for a few more helpful articles. We wish you good luck!

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Bank of India Recruitment 2016 | Invites Applications for Faculty Member | 16 july is last date of application

Bank of India 2016  invites nvites applications for the post of Faculty Member. Last date of online reistration is 16 july 2016.

Name of the Post: Faculty Member

No. of  Post: 03

Educational Qualification: Graduation

Age Criteria: 25 to 65 years

Selection Process: Based on interview

Salary: Rs.20000/- per month

Last date for submission of application: 16 july 2016 

How to Apply:  visit- http://www.bankofindia.co.in/

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Office Assistant Recruitment in Bank of India(BOI) 2016: Last date of application is 16 july

Bank of India(BOI) 2016 invites applications for the post of Office Assistant. Eligible Candidate can apply before 16 july 2016.

Name of the Post: Office Assistant

No. of Post: 03

Educational Qualification: Graduation

Age Limit: 18 to 45 years

Selection Process: Based on interview

Salary: Rs.15000/- per month

How to Apply: visit- http://www.bankofindia.co.in/

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Specialist Officers Recruitment in State Bank of India 2016: Last date of Online Registration is 20 july

State Bank of India 2016 invites applications for the post of Specialist Officers(SO). Last date of Online Registration is 20 july 2016.

Name of the post: Specialist Officers(SO)

No. of Post: 04

Educational Qualification: B.E/B.Tech or M.Sc/M-Tech, MBA,PG

Opening date of Online Registration: 06 july 2016

Closing date of Online Registration: 20 july 2016

Last date to make Payment Online: 20 july 2016

Last date for receipt of the print out of Online application along with enclosures at SBI, CRPD, Corporate Centre, Mumbai: 27 july 2016

Age Limit: 21 to 45 years

Salary: Rs.24 lakhs per annum

Process of Selection: Selection will be based on Short listing and Personal Interview.

Application Fee: Rs.600/-(Non-refundable)

How to Apply: visit-http://www.sbi.co.in/

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