The State Bank of India has released the prelims results for Junior Associates (customer support & sales). The preliminary exam results were declared for the recruitment of 8301 Junior Associates. The preliminary examination for SBI JA was held on June 23, 24 & 30, 2018. SBI has also released the admit cards for the Junior Associates online main exam. Here is the direct link to download the Junior Associates online main exam admit card.
With the release of the SBI Clerk results 2018, candidates who have passed with flying colours should now focus on the SBI Clerk main examination. One has to understand that there is a lot of difference between the SBI preliminary and main examinations. Here is some of the important information you need to know after the release of the SBI Clerk exam results.
SBI Junior Associates Main Exam Pattern
The candidates who've passed the preliminary exam must know about the SBI Junior Associates main exam pattern. There will be negative marks for every wrong answer. 1/4th of the mark for every question will be deducted for every wrong answer.
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Test Of Specified Opted Local Language
As the Junior Associates' day-to-day work is associated with the local people, the local language is required for communication and other purposes. Candidates who qualify in the main exam have to produce their 10th or 12th standard mark sheet/certificate as an evidence of being proficient in the local language. If not, SBI will conduct a specified local language test to those who've been selected.
How The Final Merit Marks Are Calculated
Candidates have to know how the marks are calculated for the final merit list prior to the main examination. The marks obtained in the phase-II, i.e., the main examination are only considered for the final selection. According to the sources, the SBI Junior Associates main exam is all set to take place on August 5, 2018.
Never Ignore General/Financial Awareness Section
This is an additional subject which is not available in the SBI Clerk prelims exam. It consists of 50 marks and is considered as one of the scoring sections in the SBI Clerk main examination. As this section is based on factual knowledge, one can complete this section in less than 30 minutes.
How The Last 10 Days' Preparation Should Be
In a series of articles, we have published all the preparation tips along with shortcuts to crack the SBI Junior Associates exam. Aspirants are suggested to read our post "Last-week Preparation Tips To Crack SBI Junior Associates Exam". Here are some other preparation tips for the SBI Clerk main exam.
- Candidates should hone their reading skills to gain more marks in the reasoning ability and English language sections.
- Success in the SBI Clerk main exam will come only if you practise enough. Never compromise on practising more questions on quantitative aptitude, reasoning ability and general English.
- Increase your speed in mathematical calculations and never give space for negative marking.
- Try to learn more shortcuts which will help you save time during the exam.
- Stay stress-free during the last days of the preparation. Try to practise and/or solve the question paper in a cool and calm way.