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QUESTIONS ASKED IN SBI PO PRELIMS EXAM: 06 May 2017 - 1st Slot


Quantitative Aptitude Questions asked in SBI PO Pre Exam: 06 May 2017- (Shift 1)

  • Data Interpretation – 10Qs – 5Qs Questions asked on the following:
    1. Tabular Graph
    2. Line Graph
Number Series – 1Q + 3QsFind the wrong number in 3 10 13 39 85 (Ans. 10)

Find the missing number in the following:

  1. 4 31 156 499 1228 ?  (Ans. 2559)
  2. 152 156 140 176 112 ?  (Ans. 212)
  3. 7 9 21 67 273 ? (Ans. 1371)
  4. 6, 4, 5, 11, ?, 361  (Ans 45)
  • Q. The sum of the radius and height of a cylinder is 18 mm.  The surface area of the cylinder 2548 sq.mm. Then find out the volume of the cylinder. 

Reasoning Questions asked in SBI PO Pre Exam: 06 May 2017 - (Shift 1)

  • Scheduling – 5 Qs 8 (People have their birthday in 4 different month & in 8 different dates.)
  • Directions and Distance – 1Q
  • Arrangements and Patterns – 1Q
  • Inequalities – 5Qs
  • More Puzzles – Floor based, Linear, Order & Ranking based (Date of Birth based) Puzzles, Comparison based Puzzle, Double Line Puzzle – 5Qs
  • Coding Decoding – 1Q – Easy
  • Blood Relation – 1Q –  Easy

English Questions asked in SBI PO Pre Exam: 06 May 2017 - (Shift 1)

Reading Comprehension –  10 Qs based on conditions of refugees of Lebanon and Syria, with 2 Qs – Inference based & 4-5 Qs – Synonyms and Antonyms. On the whole, the RC was of moderate level.
  • Synonyms –  Still, Grasp 
  • Antonyms – Scatter, Last
Cloze Test – 10 Qs based on Economics and Banking – The pattern of cloze test of similar to that asked on 29th April. The words given as fillers were mostly phrasal verbs. 2-3 CT Qs were moderate in difficulty and rest were easy.

Error Spotting/Phrase Replacement – 10 Qs – Easy to moderate 6-7 Qs were easily solvable while 2-3 were moderate to difficult. You had to spot the errors in the sentences and replace them with given options. The errors were mostly in phrasal verbs like put off, etc.

QUESTIONS ASKED IN SBI PO PRELIMS EXAM: 06 May 2017 - SHIFT 2


Quantitative Aptitude Questions asked in SBI PO Pre Exam: 06 May 2017 - (Shift 2)

Data Interpretation – 10Qs (2 Set)
  1. Tabular Graph
  2. Line Graph – People enrolled in 4 different sports (swimming, football, table tennis, hockey) in year 2014 & 2015.
Number Series (2nd Shift)

  1. 5, 6.2, 9, 13.4, 19.4, ?
  2. 7, 3, 2, 2, 4, ?
  3. 4, 5, 16, 81, ?, 5113
  4. 6, 9, 20, 47, 106, ?
  5. 5, 6, 14, 23, 87, ?

Reasoning Questions asked in SBI PO Pre Exam: 06 May 2017 - (Shift 2)

4 Puzzles 

  1. Puzzle was based on 5 People were asked to arrange between mon to sun.
  2. The other one was: 8 Peoples were asked to arrange between months & days.
  3. One was linear puzzle.
  4. One was age related.

Scheduling – 5 Qs – Based on month & days.

English Questions asked in SBI PO Pre Exam: 06 May 2017 - (Shift 2)


  • Reading Comprehension – 10 Qs – based on Technology food advancement & agriculture cultivation. The questions were Inference based, Argument Based, theme based, Main Idea, Author View, Synonyms and Antonyms based. The passage asked in the exam was:
The office parks of Silicon Valley boast many firms that are trying to change the world. But there are plenty with more modest goals. Zume Pizza, a tiny startup that is located a few miles from the sprawling headquarters of Google, wants to redesign the way pizzas are made. Zume has programmed robots to make pizzas that are then put into a van and baked as they hurtle towards customers. Ovens are timed to finish cooking in sync with the vehicles’ arrival at their destination, so the pies are always piping hot.
In recent weeks spies from rival pizza companies and from food-delivery firms have been driving by in unmarked cars taking photographs of the office and the vans, says Julia Collins, one of Zume’s co-founders. To protect its business, the startup has patented the whole process of cooking food in ovens while a vehicle is moving (the patent probably gives Zume defensible intellectual property, says one patent lawyer). The company only operates in Mountain View, but has expansion plans. Since its founding last year it has reportedly raised $6m from investors, among them Jerry Yang, a co-founder and former boss of Yahoo, an early giant of the internet.
Tech entrepreneurs have not spared the food industry, but their principal focus has been on delivery services. Actually making the food represents a fresher opportunity. Restaurant chains have been slow to invest in technology themselves because the cost of labour is usually fairly cheap, says John Glass, an analyst at Morgan Stanley, a bank. They have spent money on mobile payments and on online ordering, but there is scope for more innovation.
Disrupting food is not easy, however. The Melt, a fast-food chain that specialises in grilled cheese sandwiches, has boasted about its proprietary technology, including a “smart box” that it developed with former engineers from NASA to keep sandwiches warm during deliveries. The chain has not been a great success and it has replaced its chief executive. Another startup, Hampton Creek, which has raised more than $120m from venture capitalists in order to create a vegan, environmentally-conscious version of mayonnaise and other kitchen staples, is now reportedly facing an inquiry into whether it bought its own products to inflate lacklustre sales figures (its CEO has denied any such purpose).
It is entirely possible that Zume has anticipated the eventual, widespread adoption of robots in restaurants, together with new systems for cooking meals. But startups face several big hurdles to success.
Scale is hard to achieve. Zume may not be able to afford many robots, which move the pizzas off a conveyor belt in its office-cum-factory after spraying them with tomato sauce. Humans still add the toppings before the pies go into the vans. The robots cost around $100,000 each, or the equivalent of hiring two experienced employees for a year, says Alex Garden, Zume’s other co-founder. He reckons that buying them will pay off rapidly. That may be true, but Zume’s strategy is a capital-intensive one by the standards of most digital companies; it also owns all of its vehicles.
Competition is of course fierce. It will take a long time for Zume to make any dent in the share of big established brands. The largest firms—Domino’s, Pizza Hut and Papa John’s—have in recent years taken even bigger slices of the pizza market, which is worth an estimated $34bn in America. Such giants will surely start investing in technology properly in time. Tech-enabled delivery services also have lots of heft. One, Postmates, recently raised around $140m.
And reinventing food can be fraught. Zume’s product has the familiar taste of average pizza. But technologists can get things badly wrong. Soylent, a startup that offers drinkable meals that are popular among engineers who are too busy coding to eat, has recently stumbled. The algae it included in some of its products turned out to cause stomach problems. Food may be one realm where people do not mind getting stuck.
  • Cloze Test – 10 Qs – based on Management of workers – The pattern of cloze test was similar to that asked on 29th April (The filler were already given & you have to find the most appropriate word). The words given as fillers were mostly phrasal verbs.
  • Phrase Replacement – 10 Qs – You had to spot the errors in the sentences and replace them with given options. The errors were mostly in sentence construction, article, noun, verb, subject verb agreement etc.

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QUESTIONS ASKED IN SBI PO PRELIMS EXAM: 06 May 2017 - SHIFT 3


Quantitative Aptitude Questions asked in SBI PO Pre Exam: 06 May 2017 - (Shift 3)


Number Series (3rd Shift)

  1. 180, 179, 183, 156, 172, ?
  2. 9, 4, 3, 3, 4, 3, ?
  3. 6, 5, 1469, ?, 4337
  4. 4, 10, 160, 382, 640, ?


Reasoning Questions asked in SBI PO Pre Exam: 06 May 2017  - (Shift 3)




English Questions asked in SBI PO Pre Exam: 06 May 2017 - (Shift 3)


  • Passage was based on France become the first nation in the world to penalize supermarket that throw away products that edible by humans.
  • Synonyms were - Sorely, forge
  • Antonyms - appealing, serendipitous
  • Cloze test - The passage was based on equipment's & ergonomics.



QUESTIONS ASKED IN SBI PO PRELIMS EXAM: 06 May 2017 - SHIFT 4


Quantitative Aptitude Questions asked in SBI PO Pre Exam: 06 May 2017 - (Shift 4)


Reasoning Questions asked in SBI PO Pre Exam: 06 May 2017 - (Shift 4)



English Questions asked in SBI PO Pre Exam: 06 May 2017 - (Shift 4)

  1. Synonyms : Flat , Track
  2. Antonyms : Dropped
  3. This Passage was based on Efficiency and productivity of workers



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