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SBI-PO Exam Analysis 2014
There was the 4 sections overall for SBI PO exam 2014 and total no. of questions were 200 – each section had 50 questions. Candidates were to be answered in 120 minutes. There was also a 60 minutes descriptive paper. All the four sections were in English and Hindi language except English language Section. Overall the exam was easy and on an average all the candidates have performed well.
SBI PO Examination Section and their analysis are as :-
It consist of 4 sections.
1 Reasoning :- 32-35 (Possible Attempts)
2 Data Interpretation :- 25-28 (Possible Attempts)
3 GA + Computer + Marketing :- 32-35 (Possible Attempts)
4 English Language :- 32-35 (Possible Attempts)
Detailed Analysis Section-wise SBI PO Exam 2014 :-
Reasoning Section :– This section had moderate difficulty level and had no no-verbal reasoning questions. This section was bit time consuming- almost every question.
Data Interpretation Section :- This section was also time consuming as questions were lengthy and difficulty level was medium. Questions on probability were missing.
English Language Section :- This section difficulty level was easy and had just 2 passages.
General Awareness Section :- This section had covered topics on Banking Economy, Currency, Awards and International Affairs. The difficulty level was medium.
Marketing Awareness Section:- This section was the easiest one and no major marketing knowledge was required.
Computer Knowledge Section :- The difficulty level of this section was easy and questions were on MS office, Input-Output systems, Hardware and Software.
Descriptive Section :- This Section had moderate difficulty level. Candidates who were in good grammatical knowledge , would performed best. It consisted of Letter Writing, Precise Writing, Essay Writing, Passage Writing and Reading Comprehension.