SBI PO Prelims 2017 Results Out | Cutoffs May Surprise You!!


SBI PO Results 2017,SBI PO Prelims result 2017,SBI PO Prelims Cutoff marksThe most awaited SBI PO Prelims Results & Cutoffs 2017 for the recruitment of officers is officially out.When anything related to State bank of India is eagerly watched, notifications about jobs in SBI rarely go unnoticed.The SBI recruitment to fill 2313 PO officer vacancies was one such event that saw lakhs of candidates submit their applications.

 

As per the selection pattern of probationary officers in state bank of india, a preliminary exam is first conducted for all applicants.Those who qualify in this test shall then become eligible for main examinations.

 

SBI PO 2017 Prelims Marks

The online prelims tests (phase I) were held on various dates on April 29, 30 and May 6,7, 2017.It is estimated that atleast 15 lakh candidates might have appeared for the exams.

 

Did you appear for the SBI PO Prelims exam in any of the above dates?

 

1) Then check your result status by visiting this dedicated webpage here

 

2) Enter your roll no./reg. no in the fields given along with your date of birth or password

 

* Due to heavy traffic and captcha problem, the website is not opening for many.So wait for few hours and then try again.

* The year 1996 is missing in the dropdown list of birth year, causing problems for candidates born in that specific year.SBI will hopefully rectify the mistake by May 17th.

 

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What are SBI PO Prelims Cutoffs?

It is well known that SBI PO results would be based on minimum marks that a candidate must score inorder to qualify for the next stage.

 

Here are the category-wise SBI PO prelims 2017 total cutoffs:

  • General: 51.50
  • OBC: 48.25
  • SC: 43.25
  • ST: 31.25
  • OH: 38.75
  • VI: 42.50
  • HI: 18.50

The sectional cutoffs are as follows:

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The cutoffs are certainly on the higher side, than what we had expected while talking about the SBI PO prelims review, based on experiences received from participants.

 

The cutoff marks of reasoning section is low due to the difficult paper.The quantitative section was considered easy by many, which is reflected in the cutoff marks as well.

 

SBI Main Exam on June 4:

The phase II of SBI PO recruitment project 2017 is main examination which is scheduled to happen on 4th of June.

 

The SBI PO mains pattern is the same like previous year, with 200 marks under 4 sections and 50 marks for descriptive test.

 

To Read: SBI PO mains pattern, previous year cutoffs and safe number of attempts to qualify

 

Online courses & Mock Tests are available to prepare for SBI PO Main Exams.If you have successfully qualified in prelims & looking for qualify study materials, then check out the following study materials & start preparing immediately.

 

Click here to buy SBI PO Mains Online Mock Tests only for Rs.499 from Oliveboard

 

Qualifiers of the preliminary test can download their main exam call letters from May 22nd.

 

Now, Why you did not Qualify?

Disappointments are inevitable in competitive exams as large no. of people apply for a handful of jobs.While some are rejoicing at their results, many are not happy to see a sorry message on the status screen.

 

One of the main reason citied by unsuccessful candidates is the difficulty level of paper.

 

We don't think it was too high because such a difficult paper is only expected in SBI as they normally shortlist only a few from lakhs of applicants.

 

How many number of candidates got selected for main exams?

State Bank of India has not revealed the exact nos. but as per their notification, approx. 45,000 - 48,000 candidates may have got selected for mains.

 

But one thing is very clear.It is not enough for a person to just pass in all subjects but should possess high marks in each section so that his/ her total is in the safe region.

 

What did the SBI PO prelims result bring you? Happiness OR disappointment? Share your thoughts in the form below.


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