SBI Clerk Question Papers 2020 - Download Previous Year Papers PDF
SBI Clerk Question Papers 2020 - To prepare for SBI Clerk exam, candidates can refer to SBI Clerk question papers. State Bank of India (SBI) does not release SBI Clerk question papers. However, some of the coaching institutes release memory-based SBI Clerk question papers. With the help of SBI Clerk question papers, candidates can check the type of questions asked in the exam, marking scheme, distribution of questions etc. By referring to the previous year SBI Clerk question papers candidates can also know the format of the exam, topics covered and type of questions. By solving questions from SBI Clerk question papers, candidates can also crack the upcoming SBI Clerk exam and score good marks. Read the following article for more details about SBI Clerk question papers 2020.
Latest: Result of SBI Clerk 2020 has been postponed. Main Exam of SBI Clerk 2020 has also been postponed due to COVID 19. SBI Clerk Cut off 2020 (Expected ) For Prelims Exam
Advantages of Solving SBI Clerk Previous Year Question Papers
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SBI Clerk Previous Year Question Papers
SBI Clerk Question Papers 2020 – Preliminary Exam
The first stage of SBI Clerk exam 2020 is the preliminary examination. Question papers of SBI Clerk for the preliminary exam will be based on:
SBI Clerk Question Papers 2020 – Mains Examination
The next stage of the selection process of SBI Clerk 2020 is the mains examination. Candidates who qualify the preliminary examination will be eligible to appear for the SBI Clerk mains exam. SBI Clerk question papers for mains exam will be based on:
Reasoning and Computer Aptitude
General /Financial Awareness
The question papers of SBI Clerk 2020 exam will be based on the above sections.
SBI Clerk Syllabus 2020
The syllabus of SBI Clerk will be released along with the notification. Candidates can check the topics and subtopics for the different sections. Check SBI Clerk syllabus for prelims exam below.
SBI Clerk 2020 Syllabus for Prelims
English - Reading Comprehension, Para Jumbles, Fill in the blanks, Paragraph Completion, Cloze Test, Multiple Meaning/Error Spotting, Miscellaneous
Numerical/Quantitative Ability - Simplification, Percentage, Time and Work, Ratio and Proportion, Profit & Loss, Mixtures & Allegations, Speed, Time and Distance, Simple Interest and Compound Interest, Number System, etc.
Reasoning Ability - Data Sufficiency, Coding & Decoding, Seating Arrangements, Blood Relations, Syllogisms, Directions & Distances, etc.
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Questions related to SBI Clerk
respected sir my DOB is 6 feb 1992 am I eligible for ibps clerk 2020-21 and sbi clerk 2021 please reply
Please check out that eligiblity criteria on website you will know about age criteria then calculate your own age if it fulfill that criteria then you're eligible for that exam
hello sir I am born on 6 feb 1992 .am I eligible for applying for IBPS clerk 2020-21 and sbi clerk 2021
The upper age limit for IBPS clerk is 28 years as on September 1, 2020. So you are eligible for IBPS Clerk 2020. In 2021 your age will be 29 years as on September 1, 2021 which makes you ineligible but there are relaxations given for reserved categories. So check the following relaxation reservation wise
- OBC-NCL: 3 years Relaxation
- SC/ST: 5 years Relaxation
- PWD:10 years Relaxation
- Widows, Divorced women, women legally separated who have not remarried :9 years Relaxation
- Domicile of J&K from January 1, 1980- December 31, 1989: 5 years Relaxation
- Persons affected from 1984 riots: 5 years Relaxation
- Regular employees of union carbide factory, Bhopal retrenched from service( only applicable for Madhya Pradesh): 5 years
So, if you belong to any of these categories then you can claim relaxation. Relaxation is given for Upper age limit.
At age 20 being from lower middle class family i feel so low have wasted years not doing anything and now feels lost Is comeback is possible as per my condition i am really depressed and feel like its over for me to shine again i am average student who wasted years and also having fear of preparing
Life is full of varied experiences, so don't be disheartened about anything, it may be easier said than done but remember that every phase in itself is fleeting, if you have dreams and want to achieve it then you have to work on yourself and all those things that's holding you back, we all have our own struggles in life and it's upto us how we cope or deal with it, having a positive mindset and attitude is highly important, else the journey ahead will be much more difficult to handle.
It's never too late to start afresh, let the past or whatever not so good thing happened rest in its deserving place, live for now which is the present moment, don't lose the self-belief ever, it's only thing that makes one keep going. Work diligently towards the dream you've, and if you seek any guidance regarding career or course, there are many experts here to help you out always.
All the best!
Sir I am 21 years old and still not having any goal i am graduate but from local college as i wasted 3 years not went to college neither done anything is as per my situation one who is weak in everything having low English can even crack sbi clerk in a year preparation from scratch i really doubt ?
First of all, keep your hopes high. You've got the chance on this Earth as a human, that means you are able to do what you aspire, condition is that you should be determined and dedicated hard worker.
Feeling lost and hopeless sometimes is common, but you need to keep your will power strong enough, so that you can prevent this sadness from overpowering your soul.
Confide in a person (you said you've no friends, no problem, make one or talk to any of your peer sibling/cousin). Believe me, opening your feelings infront of someone helps a lot. The person will comfort you and suggest you from his own point of view.
If you feel that you can't crack the desired exam, keep it aside for a while and give yourself a new headstart with that exam as a challenge of life and you can do whatever you want to do.
Minimum age required to be eligible for SBI Clerk is 20 years and you are only 21, so you still have a chance to begin your preparation because there are many people who qualify SBI Clerk like bank exams in their 1st attempt and that also in just 1 year preparation or even less, so even if you are starting from scratch you have plenty of time to prepare.
Follow the below tips to prepare for SBI Clerk :-
- First of all go through SBI Clerk syllabus and its exam pattern.
- Go through the previous years’ question papers and see the level of difficulty of the question paper so that you can prepare accordingly.
- You can take help of video tutorials available free on platforms like YouTube as well.
- Go through newspaper daily for General Knowledge and current affairs.
- Once you are done with syllabus go through mock test and identify weak areas and work on them.
For more detailed preparation tips for SBI Clerk by our experts, you should refer to the link given below :-
I hope this information helps you.
No i am feeling of ending life at age 21 really i cant tolerate the pain of not having goal i had beautiful past enjoyed my life but past few years was hell to me i lost everything my close one died my friends gone i miss life which was going in flow that coaching after school i feel its late now ?
It is really surprising to hear of being demotivated at a quite young age. As much as we discuss about this, the change and passion for success should come from within you. We can just answer your question.
So what if you wasted some years of your life? You cannot bring back a day from those years. Instead you will be adding extra days to those years as long as you feel demotivated or confused or upset. The world lives on thre Principle of "Survival of the Fittest". Only those are brave, strong and determined, can win the race. The world is so fast paced that it doesnt remember people who have not achieved anything.
So its time you pull up your socks rather than dwelling in the past. If you continue to do so, you will only be adding agony to your years. Today it has been some years and few months later it will be more than now. You will just keep counting the no.of years you wasted instead of buckling up and preparing yourself.
Problems do not confine themselves to a single person. Every Individual has his/her share of problems. Only those who fight back can really make it big. I personally think there is no point in crying over spilt milk while there is hot cup of coffee on the table.
As much as we discuss about this, it is you who has to pull up his socks and decide to move on and move ahead. If you think you are depressed, please see a Psychologist. But of it is just a phase, you need to buckle up.
Now you have to choose that whether you want to survive with these problems or want to overcome these problems as soon as possible.
So pull up your socks, tie up your shoes and start running to win the race. We want to see you at your success.
All the best for your life!!