## SBI PO Prelims Exam Analysis 8th July 2018

The SBI PO exam has successfully concluded now. And we have prepared the exam analysis by collecting the feedback of students who appeared in the exam. Here, you can find the overall as well as the sectional difficulty level, weightage of topics, and number of good attempts. Also, you will find the questions asked in the exam. These will help you prepare for the upcoming shifts in a better way. Scroll down to read more.

### SBI PO Prelims Exam Analysis 8th July 2018 Shift 1 - Good Attempts

 Sections Good Attempts Difficulty Level Reasoning Ability 20-22 Moderate to Difficult Numerical Ability 22-25 Moderate English Language 18-21 Easy to Moderate Total 62-65 Moderate

### SBI PO Prelims Exam Analysis for Reasoning Ability - Shift 1

This section was time-consuming and moderate to difficult.
 Topics No. of Qs Comments Puzzle 10 Month based and Floor based Coding Decoding 4 Distance & Direction 4 Order & Ranking 1 Data Sufficiency 3 Linear Seating Arrangement 5 Alphabet Series 1 Question Asked: AS, DI, GL, JO, ? Miscellaneous 5 Total

### SBI PO Prelims Exam Analysis for Numerical Ability - 1st Shift

This section was moderate.
 Topics Covered No. of Qs Comments Simplification none Number Series 5 Question Asked: 200, 101, 102, 154, ?, 773.5 Data Interpretation 15 Double Pie Charts, Bar Graphs Probability 1 Comparative Quantity 5 Miscellaneous 4 Ratio & proportion, Percentage, Average, Quadratic Equations 5 Total 35

### SBI PO Prelims Exam Analysis for English Language - 1st Shift

 Topics Covered No. of Qs Comments Reading Comprehension 8 Unemployment Cloze Test 5 Parajumble 5 Matching the Sentences 5 Sentence Improvement 7 Total 35

### SBI PO Prelims Exam Analysis 8th July 2018 Shift 2 - Good Attempts

 Sections Good Attempts Difficulty Level Reasoning Ability 17-20 Difficult (Time-consuming) Numerical Ability 21-24 Easy to Moderate English Language 20-22 Easy to Moderate Total 58-60 Moderate

### SBI PO Prelims Exam Analysis for Reasoning Ability - Shift 2

 Topics No. of Qs Comments Puzzle 3 Sets of Puzzles (total 15 questions) Seating arrangement in rows, box puzzle, scheduling Blood Relations 4 Direction & distance 4 Coding & Decoding 2 Inequality 5 Machine Input/Output 5 Total 35

### SBI PO Prelims Exam Analysis for Numerical Ability - 2nd Shift

 Topics Covered No. of Qs Comments Approximation 10 Number Series no questions Data Interpretation 2 Sets (10 Questions) Both based on tabular graph Quadratic Equation 5 Data Sufficiency 5 Mixture & Alligation 2 Miscellaneous 3 Total 35

### SBI PO Prelims Exam Analysis for English Language - 2nd Shift

 Topics Covered No. of Qs Comments Reading Comprehension 5 1 Question on Synonym Cloze Test 5 Double Fillers 5 Error Spotting 10 Phrase Replacement 5 Total 30

### SBI PO Prelims Exam Analysis 8th July 2018 Shift 3 - Good Attempts

 Sections Good Attempts Difficulty Level Reasoning Ability 18-21 Moderate (Lengthy) Numerical Ability 21-24 Easy to Moderate English Language 21-24 Easy Total 57-62 Moderate

### SBI PO Prelims Exam Analysis for Reasoning Ability - Shift 3

 Topics No. of Qs Comments Puzzle 4 Sets of 5 Questions each Linear seating arrangement, tabular graph, box based puzzle Direction & Distance 2 Easy Coding Decoding 5 Data Sufficiency 3 Inequality 3 Miscellaneous 2 Total 35

### SBI PO Prelims Exam Analysis for Numerical Ability - 3rd Shift

 Topics Covered No. of Qs Comments Simplification no questions Number Series 5 Data Interpretation 10 Pie Chart, Tabular graph Inequality 5 Quadratic Equations 5 Easy Data Sufficiency 5 Miscellaneous 5 Easy - profit & loss, interest, train problems Total 35

### SBI PO Prelims Exam Analysis for English Language - 3rd Shift

 Topics Covered No. of Qs Comments Reading Comprehension 6 Cloze Test 6 Double fillers 6 Error Spotting 7 Sentence Rearrangement 5 Total 30

### SBI PO Prelims Exam Analysis 8th July 2018 Shift 4 - Good Attempts

 Sections Good Attempts Difficulty Level Reasoning Ability 19-22 Moderate Numerical Ability 22-25 Easy English Language 19-23 Easy-Moderate Total 59-63 Moderate

### SBI PO Prelims Exam Analysis for Reasoning Ability - Shift 4

 Topics No. of Qs Comments Puzzle 4 sets (total 20 questions) Floor based puzzle, parallel arrangement Data Sufficiency 5 Miscellaneous 5 Coding Decoding 5 Total 35 Moderate

### SBI PO Prelims Exam Analysis for Numerical Ability - 4th Shift

 Topics Covered No. of Qs Comments Approximation 5 Data Interpretation 15 Tabular, Bar, Caselet Number Series 5 Arithmetic Word Problems 5 Quantity 5 Total 35

### SBI PO Prelims Exam Analysis for English Language - 4th Shift

 Topics Covered No. of Qs Comments Reading Comprehension 5 Error Spotting 5 Sentence Connectors 5 Matching the Column 5 Sentence Completion 5 Sentence Rearrangement 5 Total 30

### SBI PO Prelims Questions Asked on 8th July 2018

Tens of thousands of undergraduates are paying for accommodation at universities where developers are cashing in on the privatisation of student housing using offshore companies, a Guardian investigation has found. More than 20,000 students are paying for rooms owned by companies based in places such as Jersey, Guernsey, the British Virgin Islands and Luxembourg but that figure is likely to be an underestimate given the surge in building in university towns in recent years. The holding structure means that overseas investors are able to sell on the rooms without paying tax on their gains and it allows buildings to change hands without any stamp duty bill. Complex company arrangements also give companies the opportunity to minimise the tax they pay while charging students up to £14,000 a year in fees for high-end housing. One company collected £2.2m in rental income in 2016 but contributed just £10,000 in income tax after it paid £2.1m in charges, mostly to a Luxembourg based holding company. The student accommodation industry has been transformed in recent years as universities have turned to private developers to provide accommodation. One study estimated the market to be worth £45bn and billions of pounds worth of deals were done in 2017 alone. Investors from all over the world have snapped up student properties in England and Wales including big pension funds, foreign states and wealthy individuals. Those that bought companies holding buildings, rather than buying properties directly, will not have had to pay any stamp duty land tax. Analysis of Land Registry data and company accounts show many developments are owned by investors through companies or funds set up abroad. A spokesperson said: “We are a responsible business whose revenue and operations are taken into account when calculating profits on which we pay tax.” Analysis by the Guardian found more than 100 student apartment blocks around England and Wales owned by different offshore companies, with the actual number likely to be higher as there is no clear way to identify student properties in the records. Land Registry listings cover only England and Wales, and some blocks are described as “land”, or another type of building, because that is what the developer purchased before converting into student rooms. Owners are liable for UK tax on the rents they collect from students, but can receive the money before tax and reduce the amount they have to pay by offsetting expenses and debt repayments. Millions of pounds in rent is collected by UK companies that then pass on payments to Luxembourg. The Luxembourg companies charge high costs for managing the buildings, allowing the firm to reduce the tax it pays. The National Union of Students vice-president for welfare, Izzy Lenga, said UK students were seen as a cash cow by overseas investors, and often had no choice but to take rooms in “overpriced glass towers”.  Lenga said: “Overseas investors make billions of pounds building luxury apartments and charging sky-high rents for students. There is a cost of living crisis and finding good-quality affordable accommodation is a huge barrier for low and middle-income students attending our world-leading institutions.”

Q1. Three statement were given where it is asked which is not correct with respect to passage.

Q2. Write the synonym of “Offsetting”

Q3. Three statement is given with respect to italic part and where we need to find which support the italic part of passage.

Q4. Theme of passage was asked.

Q6. Government action to stop the problem mentioned in the passage was asked

Q1. What's the synonym of 'strength'? (in Reading Comprehension)

Q2. What is the synonym of 'shape'?

Q3. What is the antonym of 'neglect'?

Q4. What is the synonym of 'blips'?

Q5. The ___ of primary education is to ___ students' future bright. a. purpose, bring b. role, make c. importance, building

Q1. Number Series: a. 200, 101, 102, 154, ?b. 5000, 1000, 400, 320, ?, 1638.4

c. 4, 9, 17, 35, ?, 139

d. 2, 15, 59, 117, 116, ?

e. 26, 138, 29, 142, 34, 148, ?

Q2. If 16√2 is the diagonal of square, find the area of circle.

Q3. Two dices are tossed at the same time, what is the probability that the sum of two outcomes is a factor of 20?

Data Interpretation (4th Shift)

In 2016, A B C are three schools. Number of students in school A is 400, school B is 800 and school C is 1200. p1, p2, p3 are number of boys in school A, B, C respectively, whereas q1, q2, q3 are number of girls in school A, B, C respectively.

Number of faulty student in school A = 10% of of number of boys in school A.

Number of faulty student in school B = 20% of of number of girls in school B.

Number of faulty student in school C = 25% of of number of girls in school C.

Extra information

In School A :- p1:q1 = 5:4

In School B :- p2:q2 = 3:1

In School C :- p3:q3 = 2:1

Q1. In 2017 if 10% of girls from school A took admission in B. Then find % of girls in school A is what % of girl in school C, if there is no change in number of girls in school C from 2016.

a. 11(1/4)

b. 13(3/4)

c. 17(2/3)

d. 19(4/5)

e. 15(1/2)

Q2. If 25% of boys from school A took admission in school B. Find the ratio of number of student in school A to the number of student together in school B and C together.

Q3. If 20% of girls from school C took admission in school B then find the difference between total number of girls from school A and C together to number of student in school B.

Q4. Find the ratio of girls from school B and C together to boys of school A.

Q5. Find the average of faulty student from school A, B and C together.

a. 45

b. 60

c. 80

d. 34

e. 55

Q1. Machine Input/Output (From 2nd Shift): B 19 F 27 M 50 39 P Y 40

Q2. Meaningful word that can be formed from the letters - E, A, G, R

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