SBI PO Prelims - 30 April, 2017 - Detailed Exam Review, Average Attempts, Suggestions


Hello and welcome to exampundit. Today was the 2nd day of SBI PO Prelims and here is the detailed review of the examination.


So, we will first do a brief analysis of the examination and then we will see what kind of questions came and finally we will give average attempts & ratings with suggestions for 6 April.

So lets get started!!

Exam Analysis -

Similar to yesterday, the overall examination was moderate level. It was NOT EASY. So if you have attempted low, don't lose HOPE. Now, today also we saw Reasoning played the crucial part in the exam. The puzzles tested one's ability to manage time and score.

English was comparatively easier than other sections. While quantitative aptitude was slightly moderate, the reasoning was difficult than the other sections.

Attempting big numbers is not the game here. It was all about accuracy and managing the time.


Exam Pattern -

Reasoning:

  • DOB based puzzles
  • Date based puzzles
  • Floor Based Puzzles
  • Inequalities
  • Ranking Problems
  • Coding-decoding – old pattern
  • Blood Relations
  • Direction Based Problems

Quantitative Aptitude:

  • Approximations
  • Quadratic Equations
  • Data Interpretation – Line, Table.
  • Number Series
  • Compound Interest
  • Age Based Problems
  • Partnership


English Language:



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Average Attempts -

The average attempts throughout the day varied between:

Reasoning
15-19
English
17-22
Quantitative
18-22
Average Attempts
50-63

The average rating of today’s exam is:





Recommendations

The main aim for all aspirants appearing on 6th should be not wasting unnecessary time in any section or question. Prelims exam is all about managing time so if you waste those precious seconds on problems you are unable to comprehend.

A clear message to all the aspirants, it does not matter how much did you attempt, or how much someone else did. The result will decide everything. Predicting cut-off or being anxious about the attempts will only hamper your preparation.


Be smart, appear, perform and move one!

All the best!

May the force be with you.





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