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SBI PO Cut Off Marks for 2014,2013 Written Exam

SBI PO Cut Off Marks for 2014,2013 Written Exam:  As a number of aspirants have been looking for the last year’s cut off marks of SBI Probationary Officer Written Exam, here we are giving the detailed analysis of last two years cut off marks held in 2013 and 2014.

SBI PO cut off marks:

First, let me give you the list of sections asked in the exam for the first paper. Here it is:

  • Reasoning
  • Data Analysis & Interpretation
  • General Awareness/Marketing/Computer Knowledge
  • English Language
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All the four sections asked in the first paper have maximum marks of 50 each, summing up to total 200. So, a candidate needs to get total maximum marks as maximum as possible out of 200.

Also, there is a surprise element, called Sectional Cut-Off. What does that mean?

Sectional Cut-off means that a candidate will have to clear sectional cut-offs for individual sections as well.

Apart from this, there was total cut-off for all four sections. It is known as Minimum Qualifying Marks in Objective Test (calculated out of 200).

Note: It is never equal to the sum of all the individual sectional cut-offs.

Now, there is another paper called, Descriptive Type Test (English Language).

In this test, usually a letter/paragraph & essays are asked (Sounds easy? Really?). This paper is of 50 marks. Now look at the cut-offs for this section. For General Category candidate’s cut-off was 20 and for rest of the categories it was flat 18. Meagre gap of 2 marks (Does it sounds, it matters? I guess not! But your selection may not happen if you are short by just 1 mark! A fact!).

Note: Only the papers of those students who clear first paper successfully are check for the English Language Test.

This means if you do not clear the first paper then regardless of the fact you may score 50 marks out of 50 in the second paper, it will not be even evaluated!

Below is the cut off marks of the Written Examination held in June/July 2014 –

S.No. Subject Total Marks Minimum Qualifying Marks
SC/ST/OH OBC/VH GENERAL
1 Reasoning 50 8 10 13
2 Data Analysis and Interpretation 50 8 10 13
3 General Awareness/Marketing/Computer Knowledge 50 11 11 14
4 English Language 50 8 10 13
Minimum Qualifying marks in OBJECTIVE TEST (out of 200) 60 70 80
5 Descriptive type test (English Language) 50 18 18 20
Descriptive Papers of ONLY those candidates have been evaluated who have qualified in all the subjects and have secured marks in the Objective Test equal to or more than the marks mentioned alongside. SC/ST/OH OBC/VH GENERAL
60 70 80

Marks secured in the Written test by the last candidate called for GD and Interview (out of 250)

SC OH ST VH OBC GEN
98 81 78 96 106 112

 

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Below is the cut off marks of the Written Examination held in April 2013 –

S.No. Subject Total Marks Minimum Qualifying Marks
SC/ST/OH OBC/VH GENERAL
1 Reasoning 50 10 10 13
2 Data Analysis and Interpretation 50 10 10 13
3 General Awareness/Marketing/Computer Knowledge 50 10 10 14
4 English Language 50 10 10 13
Minimum Qualifying marks in OBJECTIVE TEST (out of 200) 70 70 80
5 Descriptive type test (English Language) 50 18 18 20

Descriptive Papers of ONLY those candidates have been evaluated who have qualified in all the subjects and have secured marks in the Objective Test equal to or more than the marks mentioned alongside.

SC OH ST VH OBC GEN
82 73 70 70 93 108

Marks secured in the Written test by the last candidate called for GD and Interview (out of 250)

SC OH ST VH OBC GEN
128 118 116 132 137 151

 

 

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