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Tips to ace IBPS PO exam
- April 9, 2021
- Posted by: elanwp
- Category: Govt Job Blogs
TIPS TO ACE THE EXAM IBPS PO
The following 9 tips will help candidates strategize how they wish to precede with the IBPS PO exam preparation and also enable them to crack one of the biggest exam conducted in the Banking Industry.
Planning your studies is one of the most important parts. First, you should know and understand all about the syllabus, topics, and subtopics about IBPS PO, and then you should find out the sections and subjects in which you are weak. You should pay more attention to those weak sections and prepare a study schedule.
Topic-wise studying and Revision:
You should concentrate topic-wise, a single topic at a time, and not just try to finish everything together. You should practice more problems on the various topics after finishing them. Revise all the syllabus topics almost every day and focus more on the section in which you are weak in.
Reading newspaper and magazines daily and updating yourself about current affairs will help you a lot in the General Awareness and English Language sections. Reading about banking and finance industry will improve your knowledge about questions related to banking.
General Awareness is the most marks gaining subject in all the banking exams. Reading newspapers and magazines, and also reading GK books can clear your doubts and make it easier for you in the Gk section.
Tricks for Reasoning
The reasoning is a scoring subject which can make your overall score very high, because one can easily score good marks in it. Reasoning questions also take less time if u read the question and solve it with full concentration. In this section mostly one Para question consists of 5 sub-questions that are related to the main question. So if you solve the main question the related sub-questions will be done in no time. Aspirants can get the detailed logical reasoning syllabus for the Probationary Officer exam at the linked article. Candidates can refer to the same and start their preparation accordingly.
Tricks for Quantitative Aptitude
Questions on Quantitative Aptitude take lots of time to solve. One of the most important parts in Quantitative Aptitude is Data Interpretation. It contains almost 15 questions from it. One should have good knowledge about Pie Chart, Line Chart, Bar Chart, Tabulation, etc. One should have a good skill of time consciousness because most of the time is consumed in the calculation. This section may be the most time taking part of the entire examination, thus candidates must strategically answer the questions in the quantitative aptitude section. To know the important topics which are included in the syllabus and the list of topics from which questions are asked frequently, candidates can visit the linked article.
Tricks for English Language
The English Language is also a very scoring subject in IBPS Exam. The examiner mainly wants to test the applicant’s English knowledge and how he performs in the English Language because this subject tests your vocabulary skills and communication skills, also because English is spoken globally and everyone must be perfect in the basic knowledge of English. Those aspirants with good skills in the English Language will score better than the other because the English Language is not only an important part of banking exams but also in other exams. This section is also referred to as verbal ability in many other major bank exams and is included both in the preliminary and the mains phase of the examination. Candidates can get the list of important verbal ability topics at the linked article.
Tricks for General Awareness
General Awareness is a common and fundamental part of any of the banking exams. One should be aware of the current activities and daily events in India, which can improve by the habit of daily newspaper reading. Daily newspaper and magazine habit can cover almost all the parts of General Awareness and scoring in this section will be a lot easier. In General Awareness Paper most of the questions are asked from Current Affairs so one should focus on this part. It may include banking awareness, static GK, latest news, etc. Thus, has one of the most exhaustive syllabus. Candidates looking for the daily current affairs to enhance their preparation, can visit the linked article and keep themselves updated with the latest news across the world.
Tricks for Computer Knowledge
Computer Knowledge is a scoring section in Banking Exams and is combined with the reasoning ability section. Close to 10-12 questions are asked in the mains examination to test the candidate’s basic knowledge of a computer. The questions are direct and based on the basic functionality of a computerised device. Aspirants looking for the detailed Computer Knowledge syllabus can visit the linked article and upgrade their awareness.