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    Tune to your last-minute preparation tips to score high in your State Bank of India (SBI) Main Clerks’ examination 2019, which will be held on this Saturday, August 10th. SBI highlights vacancies of 8653 for Junior Associates in Clerical cadre for hiring. Admit Cards 2019 are out on official website: https://sbi.co.in/.

    Here are some 5 important tips to consider for your examination of tomorrow:

    1. General / Financial Awareness –

    For three sections 50 questions are defined in the examination. These are – General Knowledge, Current Affairs and Banking Awareness.

    Revision of Topics:
     
    –          English Language
    –          Quantitative Aptitude
    –          Logical Reasoning
    –          Computer Knowledge

    2. Know your SBI Mains exam pattern –

    Section No. of Questions  Marks Duration
    General/Financial Awareness 50 50 35 minutes
    General English 40 40 35 minutes
    Quantitative Aptitude 50 50 45 minutes
    Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude 50 60 45 minutes
    Total 190 200 2 hours 40 minutes

    Maintain sectional time-limits as SBI Mains examination may be served in different section than given above.

    3. Time Management –

    With every competitive exam, there turns a motto of speed and accuracy. If you’re not able to complete your section, don’t stop. Move to next section. But you cannot move to previous section after moving forward. Note you need to attempt 30 questions from each section.

    4. Stop Assuming, Be Accurate!

    Don’t assume while answering. More accurate the answers are, more you will score. Be aware on penalty of 0.25 negative markings with each wrong answer given.

    5. Be on-time with all necessary documents –

    Be to examination centre before the time mentioned on your admit card. Carry all below documents without fail, or you may not enter; Admit-Card 2019 or Photo ID proof.

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