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South Indian Bank PO Exam Analysis 20th Feb 2017 (Shift/Slot 1)

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South Indian Bank (SIB) is one of the prominent banks providing services in banking domain. SIB is ready to recruit candidates for the year of 2017. The South Indian bank recruitment process for 2017 will consist of an online test followed by a group discussion and a personal interview.

Students must be waiting for the analysis of the day. Your wait has come to an end! We bring you the complete analysis of South Indian Bank PO held on 20th February 2017.

South Indian Bank PO Exam Analysis: 20th February 2017 - Summary of Analysis

The following table gives you the summary of the analysis. Please go through it:

Sections

Difficulty level

Good Attempts

Reasoning

Moderate

20-24

English Language

Difficult

16-19

Quantitative Aptitude

Moderate

20-23

Computer Knowledge

Easy

24-26

General Awareness (with reference to banking industry)

Easy

36-40

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South Indian Bank PO Exam Analysis: 20th February 2017 - Overall Analysis

On an overall level, the examination was of Moderate level. The number of good attempts which will fetch you marks beyond cut- off marks can be 105+ questions.

South Indian Bank PO Exam Analysis: 20th February 2017 - Section- wise Analysis

Reasoning:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Moderate.

Good Attempts: The number of good attempts which will fetch you marks beyond cut- off marks can be 20-24 questions.

Topics asked:

The reasoning section was of moderate level and the questions were doable. A little smartness was required in solving certain questions. Overall, a scoring section.


 

Quantitative Aptitude:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Moderate.

Good Attempts: The number of good attempts which will fetch you marks beyond cut- off marks can be 20-23 questions.

Topics asked:

The Quantitative Aptitude Section was of moderate level and the questions were attemptable. Certain questions demanded high level of precision from the candidates. The rest were simple to do in the first attempt itself.
 

(Miscellaneous- Topics like Time and Work, Partnership, Profit and Loss, Mensuration, Time, Distance and Speed, Simple and Compound interest, Mixture and Alligation, Ratio and Proportion Percentages, Averages, Age, Problems based on Numbers, etc.)

English Language:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Difficult.

Good Attempts: The number of good attempts which will fetch you marks beyond cut- off marks can be 16-19 questions.

Topics asked:

English was the hardest section of the South Indian Bank PO exam in so far as the ease of doing questions is concerned. Candidates scoring well here will be at an advantage.

Computer Knowledge:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Easy.

Good Attempts: The number of good attempts which will fetch you marks beyond cut- off marks can be 24-26 questions.

Topics asked:

A very doable section. Questions were simple to  attempt. The candidates could score easily here.

General Awareness (with special reference to banking):

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Easy.

Good Attempts: The attempt of 36-40 questions will help to surpass the cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

General Awareness was one section where candidates could score the maximum. Questions were mostly from current affairs of the previous 6 months. This section had the highest weightage so candidates were expected to score very well here.

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