SBI Clerk Prelims Exam Syllabus 2019 In Detail : Check Here!

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SBI Clerk Prelims Exam Syllabus 2019 In Detail : Check Here!

State Bank of India SBI Clerk Syllabus: The official SBI Clerk 2019 notification for the post of Junior Associates (Customer Support and Sales) is released on the official website, for 8653 vacancies. If you’re applying for SBI Clerk 2019, you should be aware of the SBI Clerk Syllabus based on the latest SBI Clerk exam pattern. Once you have a clear idea about SBI Clerk syllabus, you will be able to effectively and efficiently start your SBI Clerk preparation. In this article, we will provide the SBI Clerk syllabus in detail.

SBI Clerk Prelims Exam Pattern 2019 : New Highlights

This is for the first time sectional timing has been introduced in the SBI Clerk Prelims Exam. SBI Clerk Prelims Exam will comprise of 3 sections, with a total of 100 marks and total time of 60 minutes. 

You can go through the new exam pattern and sectional time division of SBI Clerk Prelims exam from the table below:

S. No.Name of TestNo. of questionsTotal MarksDuration (Min)
1.English Language303020 minutes
2.Numerical Ability353520 minutes
3.Reasoning Ability353520 minutes
Total10010001 Hour

SBI Clerk Syllabus 2019 

Although it has now become a trend to get unexpected questions in the examination. But still below are the main topics which are somehow related to these topics & will help you to implement your strategy & overcome the situation.
  • For English section, if you are good at vocab then you can easily tackle any topic.
  • For Reasoning Section, one should be good with the depth of understanding logic.
  • For Numerical Ability, you should be good in playing with numbers then only you can overcome & score more in this section. Also, use short tricks as much as you can to save your time in the exam.
I.  English Language
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Cloze Test
  • Theme Detection
  • Para Completion
  • Fillers/Double Fillers
  • Sentence Improvement
  • Error Spotting
II. Numerical Ability
  • Data Interpretation
  • Number Series
  • Data Sufficiency
  • Simplification/Approximation
  • Quadratic Equations
  • Miscellaneous (Profit & Loss, SI/CI, age-based problems, Percentages, Alligation & Mixture etc.)
III. Reasoning Ability
  • Puzzles
  • Seating Arrangement (Square, Circular & Linear Arrangements)
  • Syllogism
  • Inequality
  • Blood Relation
  • Distance & Direction
  • Input – Output
  • Data Sufficiency
  • Verbal Reasoning
  • Miscellaneous (Alphanumeric Series, Order & Ranking etc.)

SBI Clerk 2019 Exam Syllabus : Important Points

  1. There is a negative marking of 1/4th on every wrong answer.
  2. Candidates need to score minimum percentage marks on aggregate.
  3. For SC/ST/OBC/PWD/XS candidates, there is a 5% relaxation available thereon.
  4. Minimum percentage marks on aggregate will be decided by the bank.

I. SBI Clerk 2019 Exam: Reasoning / Computer:

It is expected that, , the Reasoning & Computer questions will be in the ratio of 30/35 : 20/15 which means the number of questions from Reasoning section will be more as compare to Computer section.

A. Reasoning Ability – Level (Easy to Moderate) 

The questions will be from various topics like –
  • (i) Syllogism – 5 Qs
  • (ii) Inequality – 3 Qs
  • (iii) Seating Arrangement (Circular – Inward Outward) – 5 Qs
  • (iv) Linear Arrangement (North South) – 5 Qs
  • (v) Puzzle – Floor based – 5 Qs
  • (vi) Coding Decoding – – 3 to 5 Qs
  • (vii) Miscellaneous Qs – 2 to 3 Qs
  • (viii) Data Sufficiency – 3 to 4 Qs

NoteNo Input Output questions will be asked in Clerk Mains Exam. 

B. SBI Clerk 2019 Exam: Computer Aptitude – Level (Easy)

This questions will be from various topics like –
  • (i) Fundamentals of Computer
  • (ii) History of Computer
  • (iii) Internet
  • (iv) MS Office – Word, MS Power point, MS Excel
  • (v) Memory
  • (vi) Input Output devices, etc.

2. Quantitative Aptitude: (Level Moderate) Total Qs – 50

This section covers topics from various topics like –
  • (i) Number Series – (5 Qs.) (moderate)
  • (ii) Data Interpretation – 2 Sets -10 Qs (Easy to Moderate) – Tabular /Bar Graph / Pie Chart / Missing DI.
  • (iii) Simplification – 10 Qs. (easy to moderate)
  • (iv) Quadratic Equation – 5 Qs (Easy)
  • (v) Data Sufficiency – 5 Qs (Easy)
  • (vi) Miscellaneous Questions – 15 Qs.(Moderate)

Miscellaneous Questions consist of questions from different topics such as – Profit loss, Average, SI & CI, Ratio & Proportion, Time & Work, Time, Speed & Distance, Boats & Streams, etc.

3. English Language: (Level Easy to Moderate) Total Qs – 40

This section covers topics from various topics like –
  • (i) Reading Comprehension – 1 Sets = 10 Qs (Moderate)
  • (ii) Cloze Test – 10 Qs. (Moderate)
  • (iii) Parajumbles – 5 Qs. (Moderate)
  • (iv) Sentence Improvement – 5 Qs (easy)
  • (v) Spotting Error – 5 Qs (Tough)
  • (vi) Fill in the blanks –5 Qs (Easy to moderate)

4. General/Financial Awareness:(Level Easy to Moderate) Total Qs – 50

It is expected that 30 Questions will be asked from Current Affairs + Static Gk and rest 20 questions will be from Banking, Economy & Financial Awareness.
  • Current affairs questions can be asked from different topics like – new appointments, awards and honors, sports, new schemes, national and international news, latest developments in science and technology.
  • Financial Awareness – Questions can be asked from latest Banking, Economy & Financial News. News from RBI, SBI, ICICI, HDFC, Monetary policy, etc.
  • GK & Current Affairs part plays a main role in exam. For GK, try to get daily updates/important News. Read newspaper regularly and note down important news of the day, revise and learn it on a next day, which will surely improve your current affairs and you can score maximum marks in this section.
  • We will provide One Liner & GK Digest for General Awareness / Financial Awareness which will help you in preparing this section.

Clarification related time allotted for each section

In the new pattern, fixed time allotted for each section. Now it is expected that, during exam – candidate will have a choice to start the exam from any section but he/she cannot switch to any other section before the allotted time does not get over for that particular section.

If time gets over of a particular section,
you cannot attempt the section again.  

For e.g. – If a candidate starts exam with GK section and completed the section within 20 minutes and want to move to another section, then this option is not permitted.


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