# SBI PO 2017 Question Paper Analysis of all slots for April 29, 30 session: Check exam analysis here

State Bank of India has completed one session of SBI PO Recruitment Exam in 4 slots each day on Aprl 29 and 30, 2017. The SBI PO Prelims Exam 2017 was conducted in the online mode at all the examination centres. Our banking experts visited various examination centres and tried hard to grab the first-hand information for the candidates regarding the SBI PO Prelims Question Paper 2017. How difficult was the paper and what was the classification of the questions in each section? We have prepared question paper analysis of SBI PO Exam 2017 for helping the candidates for upcoming session which will be conducted on May 6 and 7, 2017.

As per feedback provided by the candidates, all the sections in SBI PO Question Paper 2017 were moderate in level. The question paper was divided into 3 sections including Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and English Language. This year exam was easier in comparison to the last year. Also, this has been communicated that the number of candidates is greater than who appeared in the last year exam. Here, we have prepared question paper analysis of SBI PO Exam 2017. (ALSO READ: SBI PO 2017 Prelims Call Letter Released: Steps to download admit card at sbi.co.in)

## Difficulty Level of SBI PO Prelims Exam 2017

1. English: Easy
2. Quantitative Aptitude
3. Reasoning: Moderate

## What are the number of safer attempts

1. Reasoning: 21-25
2. English: 19-22
3. QA: 21-15

## Topics included in all section for SBI PO Prelims Exam 2017

Reasoning  Section

 Seating Arrangement and Puzzles 23 Inequalities 5 Blood Relations 2 Direction Sense 2 Coding Decoding 2 Order and Ranking 1

#### Quantitative Aptitude Section

 Data Interpretation 10 Approximation 5 Inequality 5 Series (Missing) 5 Ages 2 Work and time 1 Profit and Loss 1 Simple Interest 0 Compound Interest 2 Averages 1 Ratio and proportion 1 Percentage 2

English Language Section

 Reading Comprehension 10 Cloze Test 10 Phrase Replacement 10

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