State Bank of India is going to recruit 2000 Probationary Officers for various banks nationwide and for the same the bank has issued a notification calling aspiring candidates to apply for the prelims examination 2015. The candidates could fill in their application forms till 03 May 2015 through online application forms. This year the bank has decided to take in preliminary examination to filter candidates who would sit for the main examinations, due to enormous number of applications received every year for these posts. The PO prelims examination is going to be of one hour duration and there would be three papers namely English Language, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability in the examination. The total marks for the examination is set to be 100, which is quite less than that off the main examination.
Those candidates who are willing to apply for the examinations are expected to start preparing for the same as the competition is expected to get stiffer and tougher this year. Candidates should focus on tricks, methods, preparations, time managing and improving mental reasoning ability to further succeed in the examination to go through the Phase II of the selection that contains Objective Online examinations. Those candidates who can clear the prelims, scoring cut off marks in each of the paper, would get a chance to sit for the Main examination. The final selection would be made keeping in mind the scores of both Mains Examination and that off the group discussion and personal interview rounds.
Tips and Strategies
The prelims examination is expected to be quite easier than that of the previous year questions for the PO examination organized by SBI. Thus following some tips and strategies could help candidates to score more in the prelims examination and crack it easily.
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