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SBI PO Prelims Results 2018: Fingers crossed! Check your Probationary Officers result tomorrow; know where to check

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 14 July 2018, 13:51 IST

The State Bank of India will be going to announce the results for Probationary officer preliminary examination 2018 soon on the official website. Candidates who had appeared for the SBI PO exam which was conducted on 1, 7 and 8 July and waiting for their results then, get ready to check your results this week.

According to the reports, candidates will check their SBI Probationary Officer Preliminary results tomorrow, i.e. 15th July 2018. So, candidates keep your eyes on the official website of SBI to check your prelims result tomorrow.

Here’s how to check your SBI PO Preliminary Examination Results 2018:

1. Open the official website of SBI at sbi.co.in.
2. Click on the link which shows ‘SBI PO prelims result 2018’.
3. Enter your details asked on the page like roll no and password.
4. Check your SBI PO prelims results.
5. Download and take a printout of your result for future references.

The State Bank of India had conducted the Probationary Officer examination on 1st, 7th and 8th July 2018 at the various examination centres in the country. SBI has invited an application form to fill around 2,000 vacancies in the various branches of the country.

However, the SBI mains examination was conducted on 8th August 2018. While the result for the same will be announced on 20th August 2018.

However, SBI examination will be conducted in three phases i.e. Preliminary examination, Main examination and interview as well. Candidates who will qualify all the three stages will be selected for the posts of SBI PO.

Candidates are advised to check the official website for any updates or information.

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First published: 14 July 2018, 13:30 IST
 
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