Tier I : This is the first exam. The paper is of 200 marks comprising the following sections (1. General Intelligence + Reasoning, 2. General Awareness, 3. Quantitative Aptitude, 4. English Comprehension). You should complete the paper in 2 hours.
Tier II : After qualifying Tier I exam you should appear for the Tier II. This too is of Multiple Choice Questions and consists of Maths and English. Maths is of 200 Marks (2hrs duration with 0.5 -ve marking) and English is of 200 Marks (2hrs duration with 0.25 -ve marking).
Note : If you’re applying for Statistical Investigator Grade-II, then you also have to appear for statistics paper (Paper III ) too. Thats also of 200 marks.
Tier III : If you clear Tier II also, then they will call you for Tier II. This is nothing but Interview. You may have Computer Proficiency test as well as skill test along with the interview.
This is the over view friends. Now lets concentrate on Tier I.
As we have already discussed Tier I consists of 4 sections. Lets have a detailed look along with the study materials.
Quantitative Aptitude :For Aptitude, the syllabus is almost same as Bank Exams. So our Apti Shortcut materials surely will come in handy to you. Apart from these topics additionally you should prepare Trigonometry, Linear Equations and Geometry (no need to be worried. We will update shortcut notes on each and every topic). Now lets see study materials of Apti section.
Reasoning :Reasoning section will be of SBI Clerical level. They will ask questions on topics like Analogies, Odd Man Out, Word / Sentence arrangements, Ranking, Coding-Decoding, Syllogism, Blood Relations, Directions etc.
English is also will be of same difficulty level as SBI Clerical Exam. They ask questions on Antonyms, Synonym/Substitution, Idioms, Spelling, Comprehension, Sentence Correction and Rearrangement, Voice, Direct Indirect speeches etc
General Awareness :
This is one of the crucial areas which decides your selection. The reason is, they not only ask questions from Current Affairs but also will ask from various areas like Geography, History, Indian Polity, Economy and General Science. So you have to get good knowledge in all these areas.
- Current Affairs
- Indian Polity
- General Science
- List of Important Govt Schemes
- Inventors and Inventions - Pdf Download (New Update)
- Current Affairs Quick Reference Guide (Last 6 Months)
- Monthly Current Affairs Pdf Files
- Economic Planning in India
- Poverty Eradication Programs
- Places of some important games and events
- United Nations Organization (UNO)
- 5 Year Plans in India
- 12th Five Year Plans Highlights
- London Olympics 2012
- List of Countries and Currencies
- List of CMs and Governors
- List of Ministers
- Sports Terms