SBI Clerk Mains Cut Off (Expected) 2019

| Updated On September 9th, 2019 at 03:05 pm

SBI has conducted the final phase- Mains Examination for 2019 recruitment of 8653 Junior Associates or Clerks. The examination this year was conducted in 2 shifts on 10th August and the exam came as a bolt from the blue, with a moderate to the high difficulty level.For 2019, SBI has created a new standard for the tough questions, that we can analyse in sbi clerk mains cut off 2019. You can check SBI Clerk Mains Shift-1 Exam Analysis to get an idea of the difficulty level and types of questions asked in the first shift of this exam and Shift-2 Exam Analysis for the second shift as well. Now its time to check SBI Clerk Cut Off, the expected one.
Team bankersadda has collected the analysis and review from different aspirants who have appeared in the two shifts of SBI Clerk Mains 2019 Exam. This examination comprised of 4 sections, namely English Language, Reasoning and Computer Aptitude, Quantitative Aptitude and General Awareness. Each section had a fixed sectional time, no. of questions (as per the exam pattern mentioned in the official notification). You can also check GA Questions asked in SBI Clerk Mains 2019 exam.

If you are an aspirant who has appeared in SBI Clerk Main 2019 then do share your review with us on Now after both the shifts of the exam are over aspirants are eager to check what can be the SBI Clerk Mains 2019 expected cut off? The fight is tough because this year there are just 8653 seats of Clerk in SBI and the level of the examination was a bit towards the tougher side.


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Following table shows the section-wise and overall Good Attempts (as reported by aspirants who have appeared for the exam):


SBI Clerk Mains 2019 Exam Analysis (OVER-ALL):

English Language  23-28
Reasoning & Computer Aptitude  14-19
Quantitative Aptitude 21-24
General Awareness 32-37
TOTAL 97-108


SBI Clerk Mains 2019 Cut Off: Expected

As per the examination’s difficulty level, we expect the cut off of different states to fall in the range of 89 to 107.

Please note that this is just a prediction based on the previous year’s trend and this year’s examination level. For the actual cut off you’ll have to wait till the information is released on the official website.

SBI Clerk Mains 2018 Cut Off

The State-wise Cut-offs (UR) for SBI Clerk 2018 Mains examination were:



Uttar Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh
Tamil Nadu
Himachal Pradesh 
West Bengal
SBI Clerk Prelims Cut-Off 2019 (UR): 

Following is the cut off for SBI Clerk Prelims 2019 for unreserved category:

State Cut-off
Uttarakhand 75.25
Gujarat 65.50
Madhya Pradesh 73.50
Jharkhand 75.00
Uttar Pradesh 72.25
Punjab 76.25
Tami Nadu 61.25
Tripura 70.25
Rajasthan 71.00
Delhi 71.25
Chandigarh 77.25
Andhra Pradesh  74.75
West Bengal 73.25
Odisha 73.50
Karnataka 48.50
Himachal Pradesh 71.75
Jammu and Kashmir 81.75
Assam 57.00
Telangana 68.50
Maharashtra 62.25
Bihar 76.25