Candidates can download their Admit Card from the SBIofficial website. They will be issued three Admit Cards at every stage of the exam. It is necessary to keep all admit cards until the completion of the exam.
The resultswill be announcedfor every stage of the exam. It means SBI will announce three results. The first result will be for the Preliminary exams, the second for the Mains exam and finally, a merit list of the successful candidates will be prepared after the Group Discussion and Interview.
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Q. When does the SBI PO 2018 exam will be held?
The Preliminary exam for the SBI PO 2018 will be held in the 1st week of July month 2018. The Mains exam will be held in the 4th week of July, 2018.
Q. What is the Application fee for the exam?
The Application fee for General candidate is ₹600 and for SC/ST it is ₹100.
Q. Is it necessary to be a graduate for the SBI PO exam?
Yes, it is mandatory that a candidate should be a graduate. He should have done his Bachelor’s or equivalent in any discipline from any recognized university or institution.
Q. Can an appearing candidate in the Bachelor’s degree is eligible to appear for the exam?
Yes, those candidates who are appearing in their final year exams are eligible for the exam.
Q. If the marks of Preliminary exam are added in the final merit list?
No. The marks of preliminary exam is not added in the final merit list. Candidate is required to only pass the Preliminary exam to become eligible for the mains exam.
Q. What is the age limit for the SBI PO exam?
The candidate should be between the 21 years to 30 years of age. However, candidates from the reserved category are given age relaxation. Following is the details of the age relaxation-
- OBC – 3 years
- SC/ST -5 years
- PWD –
- PwD General – 10 years
- PwD OBC -13 years
- PwD SC/ST -15 years.
Q. What is the pattern of exam for the SBI PO Prelims exam?
The Prelims exam is an objective type exam of 100 marks with. The duration of the exam is 1 hour. The candidate is required to pass this exam in order to move to the next level of the Mains exams.
Q. If the Mains exam of SBI PO 2018 is objective type or subjective type?
The Mains exam contains both types of questions, subjective as well as objective. The objective part of the exam is of 200 marks and the subjective part of the exam is of 50 marks.