The State Bank of India has released the admit card for all the aspirants who had applied for the Clerk or Junior Associates exam. The date for the SBI Clerk prelims will be held on 23rd, 24th and 30th June 2018. Therefore, all the candidates who are going to appear for the exam get ready to grab the opportunity to be a part of one of India’s biggest government bank.
Many of you are going to appear for the exam for the second time, hope you all have understood the pattern of the examination deeply but those candidates who are going to appear for the first time and don’t know how and where to start at the last moment then we are here to help you.
As you SBI Clerk prelims exam dates are out, so it is the time to do the preparation of your examination with all efforts. Today, we are going to tell you about the topics that you should read for your State Bank of India Junior Associate prelims exam 2018.
Check out what to read for the Clerk preliminary examination 2018.
Let’s have a look at how to prepare according to the topic wise:
1. English Language:
In this section, there will be a total of 30 number of questions that each and every candidate have to complete within 20 minutes of time duration for scoring the 30 marks.
Topics of English section that you should cover are given below:
• Practice of comprehensions
• Try to solve jumble words
• Find out the errors in the sentences
• Fill in the blanks by choosing correct parts of speech
2. Numeric/Reasoning Ability:
In this section, there will be 35 questions asked which carrying 1 mark for each question. The time duration for this section will be 20 minutes only,
Check out the important topics that you should cover for your SBI Clerk prelims:
• Number Series
• Quadratic Equations
• Miscellaneous Arithmetic Question like profit & loss, time & work, speed time & distance, mensuration, probability, simple & compound interest etc.
3. General/Financial Awareness:
Know what to study under this section:
The topics that should be covered under this section are as given below:
• Current Affairs and Banking
Besides, students are advised to update themselves with the current happenings in the society like government schemes, national and international news, the latest development in science and technology.