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SBI Clerk Prelims Quantitative Syllab...

SBI Clerk Prelims Quantitative Syllabus Volume & Surface area

Clocks: To understand the concept of clock first it is necessary to understand the following concepts. Minute Space: The dial or face of the watch is a circle which is divided into 12 big divisions which are sub divided into 5 divisions for each division making it to be 60 equivalent divisions, called minutes space. […]

SBI Clerk Prelims Quantitative Syllab...

SBI Clerk Prelims Quantitative Syllabus Time & Work, Mixture, Alligation And Partnership

Time & Work: Time and Work is a simple topic. Minimum 2 questions are asked from this topic in Clerk Prelims. The Time and Work problem include the concept of time taken by a man or a group of people to complete a given Work. Example: Ajay, Bose and Cane can do their homework in […]

SBI Clerk Prelims Syllabus – Pr...

SBI Clerk Prelims Syllabus – Probability & Average

Probability Probability can be defined as the chance of an event to occur. Probability is stated as a number from 0 to 1. As the probability of an event gets higher, It means that the chances of that event to occur also increases. Example:  A simple example is to toss a fair (unbiased) coin. As the coin […]

SBI Clerk Prelims Tables – Prof...

SBI Clerk Prelims Tables – Profit & Loss

Tables: A table is data arrangement in rows and columns or a more complex form. Tables are commonly used in research, data analysis, and communication. Tables appear in traffic signs, architectural ornamentation, computer software, handwritten notes, print media, and many places. Depending on the context, the terminology and conventions to describe tables vary. Further, tables differ significantly in representation, notation, […]

SBI Clerk Prelims Syllabus for Quanti...

SBI Clerk Prelims Syllabus for Quantitative Aptitude

Quantitative aptitude is one of the toughest sections of the bank exam. Most of the candidates fail to solve maximum questions in this section because if one step goes wrong the entire answer goes wrong. Most of the candidates solve this section after solving all the other sections in the paper, as it makes the […]

SBI Clerk Prelims Exam Syllabus

SBI Clerk Prelims Exam Syllabus

State Bank of India (SBI) is an Indian multinational, government owned public sector banking and financial services company. They conduct their own exam to recruit candidates for various vacant posts in the SBI. The recruitment process for SBI Clerk Post involves 3 stages namely, Preliminary Examination (Objective type) Main Examination (Objective type) Interview A candidate […]

SBI Clerk Prelims Assertion to Coding...

SBI Clerk Prelims Assertion to Coding Decoding

Assertion: In this kind of reasoning test the candidate’s knowledge is judged by the ability to reason out correctly. In this 2 sentences are provided among which one is a statement and the other is a supporting reason, the person needs to identify that if the reason is the one supporting the statement or it […]

SBI Clerk Prelims Logical & Verb...

SBI Clerk Prelims Logical & Verbal Reasoning

Logical Reasoning Logical reasoning is the process of using rational thinking and systematic series of steps based on mathematics procedures and statements that are provided in order to reach a conclusion. The topics in the Logical Reasoning part are mentioned below: Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Abductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning: In this type of reasoning the […]



The reasoning is a scoring section in SBI Clerk Prelims exam, comprising of 35 questions that carry a total of 35 marks. The idea behind the reasoning section is to test the knowledge of the candidates and their capability of solving the general ability problems, with their intelligence. The reasoning is the ability to understand […]

Series Test,Odd Figure Out,Analogies

Series Test,Odd Figure Out,Analogies

Series Test In this section we need to play with numbers and to play with the sequence of the numbers. Question 1: Look carefully for the pattern, and then choose which pair of numbers comes next. 29 24 5 22 19 5 17 12 5 11 5 15 3 13 3 Answer B: 11 5 […]