SBI PO Mains 2019 analysis: Exam was of ‘Moderate to Difficult’ Level
SBI PO Mains Exam Analysis SBI PO Mains 2019 exam concluded on July 20. The exam was held in computer based online mode at 67 testing centres across India. The SBI PO Mains 2019 is taken by more than 20000 candidates at their respective allotted exam centres. The exam was held in single shift for three-hour duration for objective questions followed descriptive test for 30 minutes.
SBI PO Mains examination consisted of objective tests for 200 marks and descriptive test for 50 marks. Both the objective and descriptive tests was conducted in online mode. The objective test had separate timing for every section. Candidates needed to answer descriptive test by typing on the computer. Descriptive test was administered immediately after the completion of the objective test. As per the feedback shared the candidates, questions asked in the exam was of ‘Moderate to Difficult’ Level.
Candidates found most of the question in Data Analysis & Interpretation were difficult and tricky. Also, there were 10 questions from Data Caselets in SBI PO Mains exam. The Reasoning section of SBI PO Mains 2019 was moderate to difficult because puzzle based questions based on blood relation, seating arrangements, etc. Also, in Reasoning section there were questions based on direction and coding.
The English Language and General & Banking Awareness sections of SBI PO Mains exam 2019 were moderate to easy. According to experts, the good attempt for this section is between 24 to 27 out of total questions 35. While for Data Analysis & Interpretation the good attempt is between 16 to 18 among the total questions 35.
Based on SBI PO exam experts, the Mains paper is comparatively difficult as compared to the prelims paper. Based SBI PO Mains Exam Analysis, the questions asked in Mains paper are of moderate level in difficulty scale but tricky in nature. Also, the exam experts share that the SBI PO Mains exam is relatively difficult, conditionally because the candidates need to attempt questions within the sectional time limit.