Exam Preparation Tips for IBPS PO-2014 | IBPS Exam Guide:
Essential tips for the preparation of the IBPS PO examination 2014 were mentioned below, candidates those who are applied for the exam can make use of it.
Tips for Pre-Exam preparation:
î Make clear about the Syllabus first.
î Point out your Strength and weakness about the syllabus.
î Compare the previous exam question papers then you can get an idea about the question pattern.
î To attend the General Awareness Questions you need to update yourself daily by reading news papers, current affairs, etc.
Cover the below topics for General Knowledge:
· Daily Current Affairs
· Important Points in Union Budget 2014-15
· News about Asian Games
· Newly appointed Ministers and Governors
· Functions of Banking
· Important banking terms and abbreviations
· Policy rates
· Important Organizations and its Head quarters
· Sports, Trophy and its related terms
· Books and Authors
· List of Padma Awards and other award Winners
î While preparing, make you more comfortable, change the topic if you get bored or tired then skip to interested syllabus. For Example: If you are preparing for Aptitude for a long time then definitely you will get bored and lose your concentration at that time move to the another interested topics like computer or G.K.
î Make your own trick for solve the aptitude questions
î To score more marks in English questions, increase your reading ability and understanding skill, for this you required more practice. Daily read at least two pages of English news paper for practice.
î Be clear about the previous year cut off and keep your present target marks.
î Time management is a main key for success so, manage your time by writing model exams often.
î At the last day, don’t try to study anything new, just go through the entire topic that you have already prepared.
Points to remember inside the exam hall:
î Plan well that you need to clear every sections in given time.
î Don’t attend the questions by guessing
· Aptitude– 35 to 40 minutes
· Reasoning – 30 to 35 minutes
· English – 25 to 30 minutes
· General Awareness – 15 minutes
· Computer Knowledge – 10 minutes
î If you took longer time in an individual section and of you fine hard then move on to next section. Ex: if you have attended only 20-25 questions in reasoning in 30 minutes then skip to aptitude because maths requires time to do calculation.
î According to your strength and weakness, choose and skip the questions. Ex: Some will be stronger in all kind of aptitude questions and some will not but they will strong in English or reasoning.
î Try to complete GK and Computer questions in minimum time then it will help you to complete other sections.
î If you fell that the question paper in more tough then doesn’t get stressed, it will be tough for everyone.
î In the case of aptitude and reasoning fix time for each individual question and complete it in correct time, skip the question if it took more time.
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