# SBI PO Previous Question Paper for Mains Exam 2021-22

The State Bank of India conducts the Probationary Officer recruitment every year and is considered to be one of the most sought after bank exams in the country. The SBI PO Mains 2021 is all set to be held on 2nd January 2022, and candidates who managed to qualify the first stage of the written exam have been invited to appear for this phase of the examination.Â

Every year, the SBI PO exam is conducted around the same time and candidates look forward to applying for this desirable post and cracking the exam to enter a prolific job profile. In this article, we bring to you subject-wise memory-based SBI PO Mains Question Paper 2021-22. Candidates can download the paper PDF and solve the question papers.Â

## Memory Based Question Paper for SBI PO Mains Exam 2021

Considering the depth of the SBI PO Syllabus, candidates are advised to always review previous year question papers to understand, analyse and scrutinise the standard of the paper.Â

Aspirants can download the question paper for the SBI PO Mains Exam held on January 2nd, 2022 from the PDFs given below. These memory-based question papers will help candidates have a better understanding of the paper pattern and comprehend the standard of examination.Â

#### Memory-based SBI PO Mains Question Paper 2021-22 [To Be Out Soon]

Candidates who had appeared for the exam can expect the SBI PO Result to be released by the end of January or the first half of February 2022.Â

To review the expected SBI PO Cut Off, candidates can visit the linked article.Â

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### A Brief Analysis of SBI Question Paper for Mains Exam 2021

Candidates who appear for the exam or the ones who intend to apply in the coming years must review the exam analysis to get a brief about how the paper was overall and what was the average number of good attempts.Â

The SBI PO Mains Exam Analysis also familiarises candidates with the scope and variety of questions that can be asked, including:

• Different types of Reasoning Puzzles
• Box/Square/single and double linear/etc. Seating arrangements
• Format and number of values under Data Analysis
• Number of questions asked from each topic