SBI Clerk Exam Analysis 2021 - Check Section-wise Difficulty Level

SBI Clerk Exam Analysis 2021 - Check Section-wise Difficulty Level

SBI Clerk Exam Analysis 2021 - State Bank of India (SBI) has successfully conducted the SBI Clerk prelims exam in online mode on all the days from July 10 to 13, 2021. Candidates can check the shiftwise exam analysis here. Students who will appear in the SBI Clerk 2021 exam are advised to check the exam analysis of SBI Clerk 2021 after the exam.

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  • 4 days ago:

    SBI Clerk prelims exam analysis 2021 for Day 1 is out now.

  • 29 Jun 2021:

    SBI Clerk Admit Card 2021 released for the prelims exam. Download Now. 

  • 16 May 2021:

    SBI Clerk application form 2021 deadline extended.

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The SBI Clerk exam analysis 2021 will help the students to the details about the difficulty level of the question paper of SBI Clerk 2021, change in exam pattern or syllabus of SBI Clerk 2021. The SBI Clerk exam analysis 2021 will be updated after each shift of both the prelims and main exam of SBI Clerk 2021. The exam analysis of SBI Clerk 2021 will be based on the feedback and inputs by the students and leading coaching experts. To know more about SBI Clerk exam analysis 2021, read the full article below.

SBI Clerk 2021 Dates

All the exams are being performed in the midst of a coronavirus pandemic, as can be seen. It is essential to keep track of the important dates for the SBI Clerk 2021 exam in order to avoid missing important events. Check the table below mentioned with the latest updated dates of the SBI Clerk 2021 exam

Important Dates for SBI Clerk 2021

Events

Dates

SBI Clerk 2021 Notification

April 26, 2021

Download of call letters for SBI Clerk Online examination – Preliminary

June 29, 2021

SBI Clerk preliminary exam date

July 10 to 13, 2021 (Over)

Result of SBI Clerk preliminary exam

To be notified

Download of Call letter for Online exam – SBI main

July, 2021

SBI Clerk Main Exam 2021

July 31, 2021 (Postponed)

Announcement of SBI Clerk result 2021 (Main)

To be notified

Provisional allotment

To be notified

SBI Clerk exam analysis 2021: Shift-wise

SBI conducted the SBI Clerk prelims exam in three shifts on July 10, 2021. As per the feedback provided by the students, overall the exam was easy to moderate. The reasoning section in all the three shifts was easy whereas other two sections were easy to moderate. Check the table below for the shift-wise exam analysis of SBI Clerk 2021.

SBI Clerk prelims exam analysis - Shift 1

Sections

Level

Good Attempts

English Language

Easy to Moderate

17-20

Reasoning Ability

Easy

24-26

Quantitative Aptitude

Easy

20-23

Overall

Easy- Moderate

63-68

SBI Clerk prelims exam analysis - Shift 2

Sections

Level

Good Attempts

English Language

Easy – Moderate

18-21

Reasoning Ability

Easy

25-26

Quantitative Aptitude

Easy to Moderate

21-23

Overall

Easy- Moderate

63-68

SBI Clerk prelims exam analysis - Shift 3

Sections

Level

Good Attempts

English Language

Easy

23-25

Reasoning Ability

Easy

24-26

Quantitative Aptitude

Easy to Moderate

18-20

Overall

Easy

63-68

SBI Clerk prelims exam analysis - Shift 4

Sections

Level

Good Attempts

English Language

Easy

21-22

Reasoning Ability

Easy

22-23

Quantitative Aptitude

Easy to Moderate

19-21

Overall

Easy

62-66

SBI Clerk 2021: Exam Pattern

For aspirants, SBI will release the exam pattern for SBI Clerk 2021. If there is a change in the exam pattern for SBI Clerk 2021, it will be included in the SBI Clerk exam analysis 2021. Check the table below to know the exam pattern of SBI Clerk 2021

Exam pattern of SBI Clerk 2021

Particulars

Prelims

Mains

Exam Mode

Computer-based mode

Exam Duration

1 hour (20 minutes for each section)

2 hours 40 minutes

Exam Sections

English Language,

Numerical Ability

Reasoning Ability

General /Financial Awareness, General English, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude

Total questions

100

190

Maximum marks

100

200

SBI Clerk Exam Analysis 2021: Previous Year Exam Analysis

Once the exam is held, the SBI Clerk exam analysis will be revised. Students should, however, study the SBI Clerk exam analysis from previous years to gain a better understanding of the exam pattern and question paper difficulty level. Candidates can learn about the topic-wise questions asked in the SBI Clerk 2020 exam with the aid of the SBI Clerk exam review.

Sections

Difficulty level

English Language

Moderate

Reasoning & Computer Aptitude

Moderate to Difficult

Quantitative Aptitude

Moderate

General Awareness

Moderate

Overall Difficulty level

Moderate

Sections

No. of Questions

Good Attempts

English Language

40

26-29

Reasoning & Computer Aptitude

50

28-32

Quantitative Aptitude

50

30-32

General Awareness

50

30- 34

Total

190

115-130

Quantitative Aptitude

Topic

No. of Questions

Level

Data Interpretation

19

Moderate

Data sufficiency

6

Moderate

Alphabetical series

7

Moderate

Miscellaneous (Arithmetic)

18

Moderate

SBI Clerk Marking Scheme

Stages of the exam

Negative marking for each incorrect response

Prelims

1/4th of the marks allotted to the question

Mains

1/4th of the marks allotted to the question

SBI Clerk Result 2021

State Bank of India will release the result of SBI Clerk 2021 in online mode on the official website. SBI Clerk result 2021 will be released in PDF format. Candidates will also be provided with a scorecard of SBI Clerk 2021 after the declaration of the result of SBI Clerk. The SBI Clerk scorecard 2021 can be downloaded with the registration number and date of birth from the official website.

SBI Clerk 2021 Cut Off

After the release of the SBI Clerk 2021 result, the SBI Clerk cut off marks for the exam will also be announced. Candidates are advised to check the SBI Clerk 2021 exam analysis to see what the predicted cutoff marks are for the SBI Clerk 2021 exam. The cut off for SBI Clerk 2021 will be announced in category-wise and section-wise. To pass the SBI Clerk 2021 exam, you must achieve a score that is greater than or equal to the cutoff score at each point.

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