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SBI Clerk Mains Expected Cut Off 2024
State Bank of India has successfully conducted the two shifts of the SBI Clerk Mains Exam 2024 on 25 February 2024 and other two shifts are scheduled on 04 March 2024. Aspirants who have appeared for the examination are now curious to know the expected cut off marks. After the SBI Clerk Mains Exam Analysis 2024 conducted by our faculty members and reviewing the various parameters such as the difficulty level and previous year trend, the team has provided the SBI Clerk Mains Expected Cut Off 2024.
SBI Clerk Mains State Wise Expected Cut Off 2024
As the previous trend goes, the same was analyzed on the first day of the SBI Clerk Mains Exam 2024, the overall level lying in the range of Moderate-Difficult. Here, in the given table we have provided the state-wise SBI Clerk Mains Expected Cut Off 2024 for General Category. The SBI Clerk Expected Cut Off 2024 for Mains has been prepared after interacting with the candidates who attempted the paper, analyzing the vacancies, difficulty level of the paper, and average attempts made by aspirants.
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|SBI Clerk Mains Exam Analysis 2024, 25 February- Shift 1
|SBI Clerk Mains Exam Analysis 2024, 25 February- Shift 2
Factor Affecting SBI Clerk Mains Cut Off 2024
Several factors are crucial in deciding the SBI Clerk Mains Expected Cut Off 2024. The state-wise cut off marks mentioned in the given post has been provided after considering the factors discussed below.
Difficulty Level: When a paper is difficult, it generally means that candidates might find it harder to score high marks. In such cases, the cut-off gets lower. Conversely, if the paper is relatively easier, the cut-off gets higher as candidates have scored better.
Number of Vacancies: The number of vacancies directly impacts the cut-off marks. The cut-off tends to be higher if there are fewer vacancies and higher competition. On the other hand, if there are more vacancies, the competition may be less intense, and the cut-off might be relatively lower.
Number of Candidates Appeared in the exam: When more number of candidates appear for the exam, the level of competition rises ultimately leading to a high cut off mark and vice-versa.