SBI Clerk Mains Preparation Plan 2016

SBI  Clerk  Prelims has finished, but not your preparation. The  SBI Clerk Mains is on its way. You are left with nearly a month for the preparation of SBI Clerk Mains 2016.As per an estimate around 2,00,000 students are likely to clear the SBI Clerk Prelims Exam and will be appearing in the SBI Clerk Mains Exam.

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Here, in this article we will discuss the strategy to crack SBI Clerk Mains Exam. You should follow this strategy if you want to clear the SBI Clerk Mains Exam.

How to Crack SBI Clerk Mains Exam :

Have faith in yourself. The SBI Clerk Mains Exam is tough to crack, but definitely worth it.

SBI Clerk Prelims Exam was only Qualifying in Nature. In simple words, it means, Only the score of your SBI Clerk Mains Exam will be considered for selection in the Final Merit List.

SBI Clerk Mains Pattern:

The Pattern of SBI Clerk Mains Exam is as follows:

Section  No. of Questions Marks Duration
General/ Financial Awareness 50 50 35 minutes
English 40 40 35 minutes
Quantitative Aptitude 50 50 45 minutes
Reasoning & Computer 50 60 45 minutes
190 200 160 minutes

SBI Clerk Mains Study Plan

You have crossed the first step. Lets check the second.

  • The SBI Clerk mains Syllabus for Reasoning , Quants and English is the same as you studied for SBI Clerk prelims Exam.
  • Financial Awareness and Computer knowledge are two new Sections in SBI Clerk mains. Your focus should be more on them now.

Week 1: SBI Clerk Mains Exam Study Plan

  • Dedicate this week towards Financial awareness and Computer Knowledge.

Week 2: SBI Clerk Mains Exam Study Plan

  • Come back to Reasoning, Quants and English.
  • Give atleast one SBI Clerk mains Mock Test each Day

Week 3: SBI Clerk Mains Exam Study Plan

  • Work on your Weak areas.
  • Make handy notes that you can revise in the last few days.
  • Give atleast one SBI Clerk Mains Mock Test each Day

Final Week : SBI Clerk Mains Exam Study Plan

  • Don’t study anything new now.
  • Revise handy notes that you made the previous week.
  • Give atleast one SBI Clerk Mains Mock Test each Day.
  • Analyse the test and try to improve your accuracy and speed.

All the best for the Mains Exam.

 

SBI Clerk Prelims Result and Expected Cut off

SBI Specialist Officer Recruitment 2016

SBI Clerk Exam 2016 – Cut Off Analysis

The State Bank of India hosts only one online examination for the clerical cadre every year. As the competition is high, most aspirants are worried about cut offs.  You have to secure the minimum score to get eligible for the cut off.We are giving here the information for Expected and Previous year SBI Clerk Exam Cut Off Scores.

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What is a SBI Clerk cut off score?

A cut off score is the benchmark set by the examining authority to segregate potential candidates from other participating candidates. The objective of this cut off score is to filter the best candidates to the interview round. Usually, the cut off score for SBI Clerk Exam is in between 125 to 145.

Expected SBI Clerk Exam 2016 Cut Off 

Here is a rough estimate of the cut off score which SBI will place to filter the candidates to the next round.

Category Cut Off Score Full Marks
ST 98.75 200
SC 108.25 200
OBC 129 200
General 140.75 200

What is sectional cut-off?

Every competitive exam has a sectional cut off as well as an overall cut off. The sectional cut off is the minimum score which a candidate must score in a particular section in order to proceed to the next level and an overall cut off score is the cumulative of all sectional scores with or without more addition to the total.

What are the factors that affects SBI Clerk cut off 2016?

There are various factors which affect the cut off marks of SBI Clerk Exam 2016. Some of them are:

  • Overall performance of the candidates

The first factor is the overall performance of the candidates. The cut off score includes consideration for computed standard deviation, which is computed as of the total marks scored by all the candidates who had appeared for the exam.

  • Standard of the paper

The relationship between paper difficulty and cut off marks is inverse in nature. If the paper is tough, then the cut off will be lower and vice versa. However, sometimes if the overall performance is good, irrespective of the paper being tough, the cut off may be decided on the higher side.

  • Reservations

There are certain reservation quota as well. The cut off for them is generally lower than the cut off for the general category. This is why there are always are numerous cut offs in competitive exams.

  • Marking style

Negative marking, correct answer rewards, etc., also play a role in determining the cut off. For an instance, ever since negative marking has been introduced, the cut off has score has fallen from 150 to 130.

It is important for every candidate to make good preparation for the exam. His objective should not be to clear the cut offs, but to give his best by trying to score as much as possible. The SBI Clerk exam is a golden opportunity for the candidates to prove their potential and cut off is just a checkpoint for the candidates to realize their present worth.

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Bank Exam Notifications for 2016

Indian Citizens who are looking for Latest Banking Jobs in Government public sector (Nationalized) banks, Govt. undertaking Banks, Scheduled Banks and Leading Private Indian Banks – Get short details of Current Banking Jobs Openings, Upcoming Bank Exams here.

Find All Government Public Sector Banks and Private Sector Banks Upcoming Exams 2016 and Recruitment Notifications List 2016 available here (refere below Bank Exam Schedule Table). The numbers may be an approximate indication.

About Indian Banking Sector: The First Banking in India were Bank of Hindustan established in 1770. The Largest Bank in India is the State Bank of India (SBI) This was one of the three banks funded by Presidencies of British India Government, the other two were the Bank of Bombay and the Bank of Madras. Currently Indian banking sector classified into Scheduled Banks (include Public Sector Banks, Regional Rural Banks (RRBs); Private Sector Banks & Foreign Banks) and Non-Scheduled banks. The Scheduled Banks regulated under the 2nd Schedule of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Act, 1934.  The Non-Scheduled banks regulated under the Banking Regulation Act, 1949. Currently 31 Public Sector Banks available in India, Its include 19 Nationalized banks, 06 State Bank of India (SBI)  & its associate banks, 02 other public sector Banks (Bharatiya Mahila Bank & IDBI Bank) and 02 banks Newly proposed (Post Bank of India &Student Bank of India). More than 20 Private Sector Banks also available in India.

 

Latest / Upcoming Banking Jobs May 2016 List [Last Updated on 7th May 2016]

Name of the Bank

Total Vacancies

Name of the Posts

Last Date for Apply

State Bank of India

2200

Probationary Officers (POs)

24/05/2016

Oriental Bank of Commerce (OBC)

117

Specialist Officers

13/05/2016

Allahabad Bank

60

Specialist Officers

30/05/2016

District Co-operative Bank

10

Data Entry Operators(DEO)

18/05/2016

Export-Import Bank of India (Exim Bank)

09

Officer Trainee

10/06/2016

RNSB Bank

Various

Office Assistant – Peon (Trainee)

14/05/2016

Institute for Development and Research in Banking Technology (IDRBT)

Various

Faculty Posts

20/05/2016

IDBI Bank

01

Chief Customer Service Officer

07/05/2016

IBPS

Various

Clerk, Assistant, Officer Posts

Scheduled banks/Private banks

Various

Officer, Clerk, Assistant etc.