SBI PO Mains 2015 Cut Off Detailed Analysis

SBI PO Mains 2015 Cut Off Detailed Analysis

Details of Min qualifying marks and marks secured by last candidate called for interview and final selection – SBI PO 2015
Total MarksSCSTOHOBCVHGeneral
Reasoning50107.57.5107.512.5
Data Analysis & Interpretation50107.57.5107.512.5
GA/Marketing/Computer Knowledge5018.518.518.518.518.521.25
English Language50107.57.5107.512.5
Min qualifying marks in Objective – Out of 200200706060706080
Descriptive English5017.517.517.517.517.520
Marks secured in written test by last candidate called for interview – Obj + Des (Out of 250) 250897989.75110.7595124.25
Min qualifying mark in GD and Interview (Out of 50)50181818181820
Over all marks secured by last selected candidate (Out of 300. Normalised to 100)10049.234.7847.6352.3343.849.25

Now the question comes that how much overall marks are required to qualify SBI PO. Overall for a General category student, total 58.93 marks (out of 100) will be required to qualify.

Now let’s analyze how:

Final marks are counted by counting Phase II (Objective + Descriptive) + Phase III (GD + Interview) and the breakup for the final 100 marks will be like this:

Mains (Objective + Descriptive) = 75

GD & Interview = 25

Total = 100

Now for example average marks secured by the selected candidates in GD + Interview = 30 (out of 50)

Which mean that out of 25 the score will be 15.

So remaining 43.93 (58.93 – 15) marks are to be secured in Mains (Objective + Descriptive) exam or in other words:

43.93 marks (out of 75 marks)

Now, 43.93 x 250/75 = 146.43 marks

Therefore a selected candidate would have secured around 146.43 marks out of 250 marks or about 58%.

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