SBI PO Exam Pattern

The SBI PO is a two part exam with an objective paper of 200 questions (200 marks) and a descriptive paper of 5 questions (50 marks). The paper is similar to IBPS PO, the other large PO exam, with the difference largely lying in SBI PO’s emphasis on Marketing questions and the low weightage for Quantitative Aptitude questions (5 questions only). The infograph below provides the detailed pattern of the exam. To get 10 more model papers for SBI PO, click here. Continue reading

SBI PO 2014: How To Begin Preparation?

With the SBI PO exam scheduled to begin in June, the most common question that first time aspirants have is “How Do I Begin Preparing for the exam?” With each aspirant being different with the amount of preparation already put in along with the willingness to put in different amounts of time leading up to the exam, we at Oliveboard decided to create an intelligent study planner that creates a personalized study plan that not only takes into account the syllabus of the exam along with the importance of topics but also tracks your preparation up to the exam date. The planner is your personal exam assistant that guides you through a step by step process to help you follow a systematic routine to crack the exam. Continue reading

SBI PO Study Plan & Preparation Tips

With the SBI PO dates tentatively announced for June 2014, there has been increased activity among aspirants to begin preparation. Most of the questions revolve around how to begin preparation for the exam. To help you in your preparation, here is a study plan to get you started. However, the utility of this will vary from person to person depending on your current preparation levels and hence use this only as a guideline. Continue reading

IBPS CWE PO Notification Out – Changes Galore

The IBPS has finally come out with its notification for the Common Written Exam for Probationary Officers and Management Trainees for 21 public sector banks. A total of 53,000 jobs are available for Officers and Clerks. It has sprung a number of surprises with many changes in format, pattern, and eligibility. Continue reading