SBI Clerk Cut-Off - Prelims & Mains Exams

In this article, we shall discuss about SBI Clerk Cut-off marks in detail.

SBI Clerk Cut-off refers to the minimum marks that an applicant needs to score to be eligible to move to the next stage of the recruitment process.

According to the latest official SBI Clerk Notification, the SBI Clerk exam is divided into three stages, such as:

  1. SBI Clerk Prelims
  2. SBI Clerk Mains
  3. Language Proficiency Test (LPT)

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This implies that an applicant who successfully clears the SBI Clerk Prelims cut-off is only eligible to appear for the Mains exam.

Likewise, candidates who clear the SBI Clerk cutoff of the Mains exam are finally chosen to take up the LPT. As a matter of fact, both the exams (Prelims and Mains) have different cut-offs on the basis of sections, state-wise and an overall cutoff for each of the online exams.

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Candidates must score those minimum marks to qualify for the subsequent round. The state-wise cut-off varies from one state to another.

Every year, the State Bank of India releases the SBI Clerk Cut-Off for SBI Clerk Prelims & Mains Exam once both the exams have been conducted. Candidates can refer to the prior-year cut-off of the SBI Clerk exam to have a fair idea of the expected cut-off in 2020.

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SBI Clerk Cut Off Marks

The cut-off marks of the SBI Clerk exam varies every year. As a result, there are multiple factors based upon which the SBI Clerk cut-off marks are determined:

  1. Total number of open positions for the SBI Clerk post.
  2. Total number of candidates who appear for the SBI Clerk exam.
  3. The difficulty level of the SBI Clerk – Prelims & Mains exams.
  4. Based on the reservation system.

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SBI Clerk Prelims 2020 Exam (Expected Cut-Off)

As per the latest notification, the SBI Clerk Prelims exam is tentatively scheduled to be February/March 2020. In 2019, candidates have confirmed that the SBI Clerk Prelims was comparatively of ‘Easy to Moderate’ level. As a result, candidates who have performed well in the Prelims exam were eligible to be called for the SBI Clerk Mains examination.

The SBI Clerk Prelims cut off for the year 2019 has been given below for the reference of candidates:

State Name SBI Clerk 2019 Cut Off Score Prelims
Haryana 72.25
Uttar Pradesh 72.25
Tamil Nadu 61.25
Jammu & Kashmir 81.75
Punjab 76.25
Bihar 76.25
Jharkhand 75
Uttarakhand 75.25
Andhra Pradesh 74.75
Madhya Pradesh 73.5
Odisha 73.5
West Bengal 73.25
Himachal Pradesh 71.75
Delhi 71.25
Rajasthan 71
Telangana 68.5
Meghalaya 66.75
Gujarat 65.5
Maharashtra 62.25
Chhattisgarh 57.5
Assam 57
Karnataka 48.5
Kerala 78

Given below is the SBI Clerk cut off 2019 for the mains examination:

States Cut-off
Punjab 102.75
Andhra Pradesh 99.75
Bihar 98.00
Karnataka 85.75
Jharkhand 97.50
Haryana 103.25
Uttar Pradesh 97.50
Delhi 99.75
Madhya Pradesh 94.75
Rajasthan 97.00
Uttarakhand 96.50
West Bengal 97.25
Himachal Pradesh 101.25
Odisha 94.75
Chattisgarh 87.75
Maharashtra 89.75
Gujarat 91.25
Kerala 96.25
Tamil Nadu 98.00
Assam 85.00

To explore the SBI Recruitment process in detail, check at the linked article. To throw more light into this topic, we’ll take you through the state-wise SBI Clerk 2018 cut-off of Unreserved category for both Prelims and Mains exams which will help you understand the total number of questions that you should aim as safe attempts in the SBI Clerk exam.

SBI Clerk Prelims Cut-Off 2018

Based on the estimates, given below is the SBI Clerk Prelims state-wise cut-off for Unreserved/General candidates in 2018:

Name of State SBI Clerk Cut-Off
Andhra Pradesh 71.00
Assam 51.25
Bihar 66.50
Chhattisgarh 67.25
Delhi 71.75
Gujarat 57.50
Haryana 70.50
Himachal Pradesh 68.75
Karnataka 63.00
Kerala 69.00
Madhya Pradesh 66.25
Maharashtra 57.00
Odisha 62.75
Punjab 71.50
Rajasthan 69.00
Tamil Nadu 60.00
Telangana 68.00
Uttar Pradesh 69.25
West Bengal 66.50

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SBI Clerk Mains Cut-Off 2018

The SBI Clerk 2018 Mains exam was conducted on 5th August 2018. The SBI Clerk Cut-Off for 2018 Mains Exam was released by the State Bank of India (SBI) after the Mains exam concluded.

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Based on the estimates, given below is the SBI Clerk Mains state-wise cut-off for

Unreserved/General candidates in 2018:

State Name Cut-off
Bihar 96.00
Chhattisgarh 91.50
Delhi 104.80
Gujarat 85.00
Haryana 99.00
Himachal Pradesh 98.25
Jharkhand 86.00
Karnataka 83.90
Madhya Pradesh 92.60
Maharashtra 85.65
Odisha 88.80
Punjab 100.65
Rajasthan 96.75
Tamil Nadu 93.75
Uttar Pradesh 96.00
West Bengal 95.30

The SBI Clerk 2019 exam cut-off marks will be updated once each of the examination phases conclude this year.

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SBI Clerk Prelims Cut-Off: 2016

Let’s take a quick look at the sectional and category-wise cut-off for SBI Clerk 2016 Prelims exam based on some approximation:

SBI Clerk 2016 Prelims Cut-off (Sectional & Category-wise)

Sl. No. Name of Section Maximum Marks General SC/ST/OBC/VI/HI/OH/DXS
1. Quantitative Aptitude 35 5.5 2.0
2. Reasoning Ability 35 7.75 3.25
3. English Language 30 6.75 3.25

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SBI Clerk Mains Cut-off: 2016

Based on the estimates, given below is the sectional and category-wise cut-off for SBI Clerk 2016 Mains Exam.

SBI Clerk 2016 Mains Cut-off (Sectional & Category-wise)

Sl. No. Name of Section Maximum Marks General SC/ST/OBC VI/HI/OH/DXS/XS
1. Quantitative Aptitude 50 14.50 11.25 6.50
2. Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude 60 24.00 19.00 11.25
3. General English 40 14.25 10.25 4.50
4. General / Financial Awareness 50 13.50 9.50 3.25

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