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Questions Asked in SBI PO Psychometric Test

Questions Asked in SBI PO Psychometric Test

The State Bank of India will conduct the SBI PO Psychometric Test from 16 January 2024 onwards. Candidates who have appeared in the mains exam must check questions asked in the SBI PO Psychometric test last year which will help them to understand the pattern and expected questions for this year.

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SBI PO Psychometric Test Pattern
Sections No. of Questions Duration
Part A 26 90 Minutes
Part B 120
Part C 10
Part D 46
Overall 199

A psychometric Test is conducted to check the intelligence test, power of decision-making, and personality assessment. The test is designed to be reliable, and objective which means candidates have to choose what they intend to do as a measure.

Part A consisted of 26 questions in which there were only 2 options, candidates had to choose the option which they thought was right.

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  • There was 1 question related to the opinion of the candidate whether luck plays an important role or it is just an outcome of the acts you did.

Part B, C, and D consisted of 5 options that were:

a) Agree

b) Strongly Agree

c) Disagree

d) Strongly Disagree

e) Neutral

  • Most of the questions were based on the beliefs
  • Behavioural Questions: These questions were asked to know about the behaviour of the candidates.
  • Situational Judgement Questions: Situational Judgement Questions are the questions in which candidates have to take a stand on any of the acts presented in front of themselves.
  • Personality Questions: Some questions were to acknowledge the personality of the candidate
  • Emotional Intelligence Test


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When will the SBI PO Psychometric Test be conducted?

SBI PO Psychometric Test will be conducted from 16 January 2024 onwards.

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