SBI Clerk Exam 2024: Application Dates, Syllabus, Preparation Tips & More

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SBI-CLERK Exam Pattern

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SBI CLERK EXAM PATTERN 2023

 

The SBI Clerk 2023 selection process consists of three stages:

 

  1. Preliminary Exam
  2. Mains Exam
  3. Test in the specified selected local language

 

SBI CLERK PRELIMINARY EXAM PATTERN –

 

·  SBI CLERK Mode of Examination – Online

·  Total Number of Sections in SBI CLERK exam– 3 

·  Types of Question in SBI CLERK exam– Objective Type  

·  Total number of questions in SBI CLERK Paper - 100

·  Total Marks in each SBI CLERK Paper– 100

·  Exam Duration for SBI CLERK Paper – 1 Hour (60 Minutes)

·  Marks for Correct Answer– One mark

·  Marks for unattempted questions - Zero

·  SBI CLERK Negative Marking - 0.25 marks are deducted for each incorrect answer

·  Candidate must qualify for this exam then he/she goes for further exam (mains exam).

 

Section

No. of Questions

Max. Marks

Exam Duration

1) English Language

30

30

20 Min

2) Numerical Ability

35

35

20 Min

3) Reasoning Ability

35

35

20 Min

Total

100

100

1 hour (60 Minutes)

 

 

SBI CLERK MAINS EXAM PATTERN –

 

·  SBI CLERK Mode of Examination – Online

·  Total Number of Sections in SBI CLERK exam– 4

·  Types of Question in SBI CLERK exam– Objective Type, Except the test of English 

·  Total number of questions in SBI CLERK Paper - 190

·  Total Marks in each SBI CLERK Paper– 200

·  Exam Duration for SBI CLERK Paper – 2 Hour 40 min

·  SBI CLERK Negative Marking - 0.25 marks are deducted for each incorrect answer in the Objective Tests

 

Section

No. of Questions

Max. Marks

Exam Duration

1) General English

40

40

35 Min

2) Quantitative Aptitude

50

50

45 Min

3) Reasoning Ability and Computer Aptitude

50

60

45 Min

4) General/Financial Awareness

50

50

35 min

Total

100

100

2 hour 40 Minutes

 

SBI CLERK Test in the specified selected local language 2023


The Local Language Test (LLT) is a mandatory qualifying test for candidates who have been selected for the post of Junior Associates (Customer Support and Sales) in the SBI Clerk exam. The LLT is conducted to assess the candidate's proficiency in the local language of the state or union territory where they have applied for the post.

 

Eligibility Criteria for Local Language Test:

 

  • Candidates who have qualified for the SBI Clerk Main Exam and are provisionally selected.
  • Candidates should have studied the opted local language in their 10th or 12th standard as per the specified eligibility criteria.

 

Local Language Test Exam Pattern:

 

  • The Local Language Test is an objective-type written test.
  • The duration of the test is 30 minutes.
  • The test consists of questions on reading comprehension, grammar, and vocabulary.
  • The maximum marks for the Local Language Test is 50.

 

SBI CLERK FINAL SELECTION 2023 

 

The SBI selects candidates for the Junior Associate (Clerk) position who pass all three stages of the selection procedure.

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