SBI Clerk Main analysis 2018: slot 1
All those candidates who qualified the Prelims of SBI Clerk exam 2018 appeared for the Main exam on Sunday. SBI Clerk Main Exam was held in two time slots – morning and evening. A total of 190 questions had to be answered in 160 minutes. All the other sections, except the English Language section, were available bilingually, that is, in both English and Hindi. There was a negative marking of one-fourth marks assigned to that question for every incorrect answer.
Note: Section wise and overall cut-offs are not uniform for all states.
The overall difficulty level of this section was easy to moderate. Most of the questions came from the Banking Awareness, Financial Awareness and Current Affairs of last 3-4 months. There were some questions from the static section of General Awareness.
The overall difficulty of this section was moderate.
The DI sets were calculation based and time consuming. The overall difficulty level of this section was moderate to difficult.
The sets of Analytical Reasoning were moderate-difficult and lengthy. Level of difficulty of this section was moderate to difficult. There were no questions from Computer Aptitude and there were no questions of syllogism.