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SBI PO Cut Off for Prelims and Mains

The cut off marks for SBI PO will soon be issued after the completion of the examination. SBI PO is one of the lucrative jobs in Banking and hence the competition is very high. So it is essential to understand the state and category-wise SBI PO cutoff marks to set an appropriate score target for the SBI PO exam 2021 Prelims and Mains .

It is important to know the SBI PO previous years cut off as it helps us to set the right target score to crack the exam. That is why candidates should go through the sectional and category-wise SBI PO cut off marks to strategize the target score.

SBI PO Cut Off 2021

The SBI PO Prelims cut off 2021 has been shared here after the completion of the examination along with SBI PO Mains expected cut off 2022. The expected cutoff marks is based on the difficulty level of the examination with consideration to the previous year's cut off marks.

To be able to crack the exam, candidates have to secure the SBI PO Prelims qualifying cutoff marks as well as SBI PO Mains qualifying cutoff marks for each section as well as accomplish the overall cutoff. 

SBI PO Prelims Cut off 2020 Marks

SBI has released the result of the SBI PO Prelims exam 2020 shown in the following table:

Category

Minimum Qualifying Marks (Cut Off Score)

General

58.50

SC

50

ST

43.75

OBC

56

EWS

56.75

PWD (LD)

47.50

PWD (VI)

47.75

PWD (HI)

13.50

D&E

5.75

SBI PO Mains Cut off 2020 Marks

Candidates can check their category-wise qualifying marks in SBI PO Main 2020-21 from here. There has been a downfall in the Mains cut off of SBI PO. Last year SBI PO Main cut off for the Gen category was 104.42. Cut off marks have been decided considering the difficulty level, students appeared and vacancies released.

Category

Cut Off (Out of 250)

General

88.93

EWS

84.60

OBC

80.96

SC

73.83

ST

66.86

LD

80.45

VI

93.08

HI

63.10

D & E

63.25

SBI PO Cut Off 2019 Marks

Candidates can also check the SBI PO cutoff marks 2019 of the Prelims and Mains examination here. This will enable candidates to gauge the changes in the level of difficulty of the paper around the years.

SBI PO Prelims Cut Off 2019:

Category

Minimum Qualifying Marks (Cut Off Score)

General

71.00

SC

61.75

ST

54.75

OBC

68.25

EWS

68.25

PWD (LD)

59.50

PWD (VI)

64.75

PWD (HI)

16.25

SBI PO Mains Cut Off 2019:

Category

Cut-Off Marks (Out of 250)

GEN

104.42

OBC

94.28

SC

82.50

ST

77.63

EWS

100.89

LD

86.51

VI

101.75

HI

75.36

D & E

75.14

SBI PO Cut Off FAQs

1.  How is the SBI PO cut off 2021 calculated?

The SBI PO cut off 2021 will be calculated after considering certain factors:

       The number of applicants.

       The number of vacancies for ongoing recruitment.

       The level of the exam

SBI reserves the right to declare the SBI PO cut off 2021. It may increase or decrease as per the requirement of the conducting body.

2.  What is the SBI PO Prelims Expected Cut off Marks 2021?

SBI PO prelims expected cut off marks 2021 will be shared by our experts soon after the examination on the basis of the difficulty level of the exam.

3.  Are there different cutoffs for SBI Prelims and Main Exam?

Yes, the cutoffs of SBI Prelims and Main exam are calculated differently at each level.

4.  What does SBI PO Preliminary exam qualifying in nature mean?

The SBI PO prelims is a qualifying or screening round. The score of the Prelims exam is not taken into consideration for the final selection. The sole purpose of the prelim exam is to screen aspirants for the further round.

5.  Is there any section cutoff for the SBI PO Exam at any phase?

There is no Section Cutoff is not present in the SBI PO exam at both prelim and main level. There is only an overall cutoff at both the levels.

6.  What is the process of calculating the marks for the final merit list?

Following are the steps to calculate the marks for the final merit list:

       Marks obtained by the candidates in Mains exam out of 250 marks (maximum) are normalized to 75.

       Similarly, Marks obtained in GE & Interview round out of 50 are normalized to 25.

       Final Merit list is arrived at after totaling the above-normalized marks of Main Exam, GE & Interview with an aggregate of 100.

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