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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Exam Review: SBI Clerk Exam 20th July 2014 Morning Shift

Friends here is the review of SBI Clerk Exam held on 20 July 2014 (Sunday) Morning shift shared by our friend Dinesh from Chennai. We thank him on behalf of all readers and wish him all the very best.

Hello his is DINESH from Chennai.
I had given my SBI clerk exam today (20 July 2014) morning. My analysis about the exam is moderate to easy. I would like to say that current affairs articles in this site helped me a lot. Continue your work so it will be helpful for all banking aspirants.

GENERAL AWARENESS:
I found most of the question from current affairs. Some of the questions are:
Currency of Italy
Minister of chemical and fertilizer
Two times oscar winning person
Casual vacancy book author
Wealthier person in fifa world cup 2014
Union budget presented under the article
Overall this section is ok.
REASONING: This is one of the scoring section that most question are followed similar pattern of IBPS clerk.
Seating arrangement(some person facing outside and inside)
Blood relation
Inequalities
Data sufficiency
Syllogism with two statement.
concentrate more on previous paper of clerical exam.
QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE: All the question are direct formula application.
Simplification-15
Series-5
Table-5.
Miscellaneous-15(average,time and wok,percentage,ratio on ages)

ENGLISH: Easy like most of the question are sentence rearrangement, comprehension like story base, cloze test.
Computer and marketing aptitude: basic in computer like input and output device, generations etc and marketing were also basic.

My overall analysis is that exam was easy. Good luck to all my friends having exams in coming days.
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