The English Language is the most important section that plays a vital role in many of the competitive exams. English is considered as the official language and is used in every documentation purpose everywhere. It is an essential part of every competitive examination. Especially for banks such as IBPS RRB(Officer Scale I, II & III & Office Assistant), IBPS (PO, SO & Clerk), SBI(SO, PO & Clerk), RBI (Office Assistant, Grade B), NABARD exams, etc. These are the exams in which the English language acts as a separate section that occupies a major space. Candidates have to clear this English section then only they will move forward to the next stage of the selection process. English section consists of a vast syllabus that must be asked in various competitive exams. For your reference here we have given the list of topics that candidates have to cover all of those to get good marks.

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Idioms & Phrases
  • Paragraph Jumbles
  • Tenses Rules
  • (Fill in the blanks)/Cloze Test
  • Error Detection
  • Multiple Meanings(Contextual Usage)
  • Paragraph and passage completion
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Vocabulary
  • Grammar
  • Usage of English in Business
  • Letter Writing
  • Essay Writing
  • Verbal Ability

Most of the candidates are unable to qualify the English section even as they are unable to survive with the sectional cut-off. So it is not an easier one to get qualified, but if candidates can follow some strategies and tricks they are able to give the exact answers. Among all the sections, English is the toughest one to crack. It is because the options given are almost similar and makes one doubt their choice of answer. There are a lot of strategies that are used to crack the English section easily and get good marks.

  • The Candidates can find the English section consists of the reading comprehension questions. Most of the reading comprehension has been extracted from the English newspaper & magazines. If candidates are having the habit of reading practice daily, then they will get the fluency in the English language and it is easy to answer the questions without any doubt. For your reference here we have given the daily Hindu Editorial on a daily basis. So candidates have to follow us regularly and enhance your English fluency.
  • Candidates must have the vocabulary skill in order to answer the difficult words in the real exam. Usually, while reading the newspaper we used to ignore the unknown words. But it is totally wrong. You must google it or using the dictionary you should know the meaning of that word. Vocabulary can be improved by reading the newspaper, magazines, storybooks, etc.
  • The main reason for not being able to clear the English section is due to not being familiar with the grammar. Basically grammar has certain rules and regulations. We should follow that while speaking, writing, and reading the English language. So candidates should be strong with the basic grammar then only you are able to give the exact answers for a lot of topics.