State Bank of India has successfully concluded the SBI Clerk 2021 10 July Shift 1 and Shift 2 exam. The First Shift exam is said to be of easy to moderate level. Shift 2 was of similar difficulty – Easy to moderate. All the candidates who are looking for SBI Clerk exam analysis for 10 July Shift 1 and Shift 2 can check it here.
SBI Clerk Exam Analysis 2021 10 July Shift 1
As per the exam experts and students, the SBI Clerk 10 July shift 1 exam was of easy to moderate in difficulty level. Discussing the difficulty of section-wise, the English language was of easy to moderate level, as expected. The questions from Reasoning Ability and Quantitative Aptitude was easy.
English Section was of easy to moderate level, as expected. Reading Comprehension for the first shift was based on Scientists Study on Screaming. Some other topics from which questions were asked are Word Arrangement, Phrase replacement, Error detection and others. Cloze test, reportedly, was of moderate level.
Candidates have shared that around 15 questions were from the seating arrangement and puzzles section. Seating arrangement questions were based on the circular, box and dual row seating. Other sections include syllogism, inequality, direction, blood relation, alphanumeric system. Irrespective, the level of reasoning ability section was easy.
The quantitative section was also easy. The majority of the questions were based on Data Interpretation (Bar graph, Caselet DI). Other topics were simplification, missing series, arithmetics.
An overall good number of attempts is between 64 to 69+ questions. Candidates, on average, should have attempted around 17 to 21 questions in English, 23 to 26 questions in Reasoning and 20 to 23 questions in Quantitative Aptitude. However, accuracy holds the equivalent position to clear the exam.
SBI Clerk Exam Analysis 2021 10 July Shift 2
Now that the second shift of the exam is also over, exam experts have analysed the SBI Clerk Shift 2 as an easy to moderate level. Similar to the previous shift, the Reasoning Ability was easy and the Quantitative Aptitude sections were of easy to moderate. However, the English section was of easy to moderate level.
As shared by students, Quantitative Section was of moderate level. As expected, most of the questions were asked from the Data Interpretation section. Around five questions were asked from the line graph sub-topic. Further, from the simplification section, there were 05-07 questions. Some other topics include the Quantity Comparison, Arithematics (Time and Work, Time Distance and Speed, Average, Boat and Stream, Time and Work, Average).
English section was of easy to moderate level. There were 08 questions from the Reading Comprehension section. Some students have also shared topics of Reading Comprehension which was related to Women Empowerment. Moreover, there were 04-5 from error detection and close test respectively. Some other important topics include word swapping, reading comprehension, and rearrangement.
Students have also shared that the reasoning section was of easy level. Around 03 questions were asked from Syllogism, 05 questions from Inequality, 03-04 questions from Alphanumeric series, 03 from direction and others. Soe of the students has also updated that series question from logical reasoning was a little tricky but doable.
Lastly, we shall discuss a good number of attempts for Shift 2. A good number of attempts for shift 2 is somewhere between 65 to 70+ questions. Aspirants must have answered around 16 to 21 questions in English, 22 to 25+ questions in Reasoning and 21 to 24+ questions in Quantitative Aptitude.