SBI Clerk Mains Exam Answer Key 2020: 31 October Shift 1/2 Online Exam Analysis, Solution

State Bank of India (SBI) conducting Clerk (Junior Associate) Main Examination 2020 on 31st October, would display exam Answer key and solutions. Ahead of the declaration of the SBI Clerk Main result, the communication in regarding question paper analysis of Clerk Main exam October 31, is made.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Oct 31, 2020 14:53 IST
SBI Clerk Mains Exam Answer Key 2020: 31 October Shift 1/2 Online Exam Analysis, Solution
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State Bank of India (SBI) would display Junior Associate (Clerical Cadre) main exam 2020 Answer key. After successfuly conducting the Online Clerk Main examination on 31 October, SBI Central Recruitment and Promotion Department to display Answer key, response sheet at website Candidates appear for the SBI Clerk Main Exam 2020 that was held on October 31, 2020 can check the availability of response sheet/ question paper link and Question paper analysis. Participants can check out the Shift 1 or 2 paper analysis of SBI Clerk (Jr. Associate) mains exam along with the diffficulty level and weightage given to the questions.

Ahead of the publication of the Answer key, candidate can have a look at 31 October 2020 held, SBI Clerk Main examination analysis. A thorogh look at Computer Based Test (shift 1 and shift 2) can help students to analyse their score or performance in the SBI Clerk Main Exam 2020.

As per the report, CRPD SBI conducts Computer Based Test as Junior Associates (Customer Support & Sales) Online Mains examination. The examination was conducted following the social-distancing norms. In view of the safety of students and staff, a proper sanitization and disinfection was assured. Students were allowed wearing face masks and bringing own hand santizer (60 ml) and transparent water bottle.

The Online Computer Based Examination was held across the allotted examination centres across all the states and Union Territories. Online examination was conducted in two shifts i.e Forenoon shift and Afternoon shift. A total 190 questions were asked in a time duration of 160 minutes (2 Hours & 40 Minutes) in one examination shift.

As we go in depth, a total 40 questions were asked from the General English section, 50 from Quantitative Aptitude, 50 from Reasoning Ability and Computer Aptitude and 50 questions from General and Financial Awareness. The asked questions having four options with a correct answer, asked in objective type mode. 

The SBI Clerk Exam 2020 Mains (Phase II) was conducted consisting of a total 190 Multiple Choice Questions carrying 200 marks as maximum. The questions in objective tests, except for the test of General English, were bilingual i.e., English and Hindi. There is negative marks for wrong answers in the Objective tests. 1/4th of mark assigned for question will be deducted for each wrong answer.

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General English- 40 Questions from Sentence Re-arrangement or Para Jumbles, Cloze Test, Fillers, Sentence Correction, Spell check, Reading comprehension, Synonyms and Antonyms

Quantitative Aptitude- A total 50 questions in objective format were asked from Simplification, Number Series, Data Interpretation, Quadretic Equation, Data Sufficiency, Mixture and Allegations, Ratio & Proportion, Averages, Percentages, Time and Distance, Partnership, Profit and Loss

Reasoning Ability and Computer Aptitude- 50 question asked were from Basics of Computer: Hardware, Software, Generation of Computers, Networking, Internet, MS Office, Input-Output Devices and Important Abbreviations. Similarly questions from Reasoning section- Statement and Assumptions, Ranking, Coding-Decoding, Inequalities, Direction, Syllogism, Blood-Relation, Machine Input/ Output and Internet.

General/ Financial Awareness- A total 50 questions were asked from the Banking/ Financial terms, Static Awareness, Banking and Financial Awareness, Banking Industry, Awards and honors, Books and Authors, Latest Designations and Obituaries.

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It should be noted by the candidates that they are required to score a minimum percentage marks on aggregate (For SC/ ST/ OBC/ PWD/ EXS candidates, 5% relaxation available thereon). Minimum qualifying marks on aggregate will be decided by the bank.

Note- Candidates are advised to check regularly Bank's website or SBI Career portal for details and updates.

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