SBI PO Mains Memory Based Paper 2023
The State Bank of India has effectively completed its SBI PO Mains Exam on 05 December 2023. Candidates at the various centres all across the nation appeared for the 2000 vacancies of Probationary Officers. The team of Bankersadda has done the complete review for the SBI PO Mains Exam 2023 and soon it is coming up with its SBI PO Mains Memory Based Paper 2023. We urge the aspirants who have appeared the Mains examination to go through the SBI PO Mains Memory Based Paper 2023. The Memory Based paper will make the candidates understand the diversifying range of topics. Our team will come up with the complete SBI PO Mains Memory Based Paper 2023 PDF by 09 December 2023.
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SBI PO Mains Memory Based Paper 2023 will be provided by the team specifically tailored for candidates to help them understand the intricacy of the exam. SBI PO Mains Memory Based Paper 2023 will be made available for free on the Adda247 app and the link will be provided below. The Memory Based Paper closely mirrors the questions asked in the SBI PO Mains Exam 2023. Candidates have the option either to download the SBI PO Mains Memory Based Paper PDF through the link provided below. The complete PDF will be released by our team by 09 December 2023. Until then you can check some of the major questions asked in the SBI PO Mains Exam 2023.
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Till the SBI PO Mains Memory Based Paper 2023 link gets activated, aspirants can practice some of the questions mentioned below.
Q1. Age of four sisters is equal to the four consecutive composite number and the age of eldest sister is multiple of 25 and the age of second eldest sister ten years ago is equal to 2 A , where A is the natural number. Find the age of youngest sister seven years hence will be (Given, Age of all the sisters < 100 years).
Q2. A large cube is cut into eight identical small cubes and the largest possible circle is drawn on each side of the smaller cubes. The sum of the diameter of two circles is 8 cm. Find one-third of the volume of the cylinder of maximum size which can be inscribed into the larger cube . (Take π= 3).
Q3. A man having speed x m/s (Where, x<4) takes 10 seconds to travel from point A to B and return to point A. Points A, B and C lie in such a way that a right triangle having hypotenuse AC, is formed after joining these points. If the man travels at √13 m/s, then he takes 5 seconds to travel the shortest distance between A and C. Find the distance (in metres) between A and B (Given, AB>BC).
Q4. If in series I there are two wrong terms, then find these wrong terms.
Q5. Find the HCF of a and c.
Q6. Which of the following statement/s is/are true?
I. 4a + 16b = 36 + c
II. Cube root of a is the smallest prime number.
III. 2y = a + 14