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SBI CLERICAL CADRE PREVIOUS YEARS CUT-OFF

SBI CLERICAL CADRE PREVIOUS YEARS CUT-OFF

Overview:  SBI has already announced the official notification for the post of “Junior Associates & Junior Agricultural Associates in Clerical Cadre” in all over India branches. The candidates who are eligible as per the norms given in the notification can apply from 5th April, 2016 to 25th April, 2016. There are total 17140 vacancies.

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SBI CLERICAL CADRE 2016 EXPECTED CUT-OFF:-

SBI has released the notification of CLERKS after a gap of two years and it also changed the Exam Pattern of CLERICAL CADRE Exam this year. There will be two exams this year instead of one Exam. So, its very difficult to predict what would be the expected cut-off of this year CLERK PRELIMS Exam. We would recommend candidates to give their best on the Exam day without thinking about the Cut-off marks.

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There is no fixed cut-off for SBI Clerical Cadre PRELIMS Exam. It depends on the performance of the candidates each year. Your final score is calculated based on your performance in the written test. There is also sectional cut-off in the Exam. You have to clear every section in order to secure a seat for the Interview.

Every competitive Exam has a sectional cut off as well as an overall cut off. The sectional cut off is the minimum score which a candidate must score in a particular section in order to proceed to the next level and an overall cut off score is the cumulative of all sectional scores with or without more addition to the total.

Factors affect the Cut-Off Marks –

There are various factors which affect the cut off marks of SBI Clerk Exam 2016. Some of them are:

  • Overall performance of the candidates — The first factor is the overall performance of the candidates. The cut off score includes consideration for computed standard deviation, which is computed as of the total marks scored by all the candidates who had appeared for the exam.
  • Standard of the paper — The relationship between paper difficulty and cut off marks is inverse in nature. If the paper is tough, then the cut off will be lower and vice versa. However, sometimes if the overall performance is good, irrespective of the paper being tough, the cut off may be decided on the higher side.
  • Reservations — There are certain reservation quota as well. The cut off for them is generally lower than the cut off for the general category. This is why there are always are numerous cut offs in competitive exams.
  • Marking style — Negative marking, correct answer rewards, etc., also play a role in determining the cut off. For an instance, ever since negative marking has been introduced, the cut off has score has fallen from 150 to 130.

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