Important Time Management Tips for IBPS PO-V Prelims Exam 2015

    Important Time Management Tips for IBPS PO-V Prelims Exam 2015
    Important Time Management Tips for IBPS PO-V Prelims Exam 2015:
    IBPS PO-V Preliminary Online Exam has been scheduled to be held from 3rd October 2015 onwards, and it will be conducted in 4 shifts per day. For the first time IBPS is conducting Prelims Examination for its PO recruitment, so most of the candidates have lot of confusion about the time management during the examination. Here we have given the time management tips, which will give you an idea about the examination.

    Are You preparing for IBPS PO 2019? Start your preparation with Free IBPS PO Mock Test 2019 – Take Test Now
     Question Pattern for IBPS PO V Pre-Exam 2015:

    Sno
    Name of the section
    No. of Questions
    Marks
    Time Duration
    1.
    English Language
    30
    30
    1 hour
    2.
    Quantitative Aptitude
    35
    35
    3.
    Reasoning Ability
    35
    35
    Total
    100
    100
    Note: Here you have sectional cutoff and you have to clear all sections individually. Only the candidates those who have cleared this examination will be called for the IBPS PO Mains (Tier-II) Exam.
    Speed and Accuracy are the two key points which will help you to score more marks in Banking Exams. As we all knew about the negative marking system, there is no matter about the number of attempts and it’s very important for the accuracy, which you have answered.
    YourSpeed and Accuracy in the examination depends on the questions that you attempt first.

    Time Management Tips for IBPS PO-V Prelims Exam:

    Section Wise Planning:
    IBPS PO Pre-Exam consist of three sections,
    ·        English Language
    ·        Reasoning
    ·        Quantitative Aptitude
    Among these three sections, choose a section according to your strengths and weakness, focus on them and identify it clearly. Start with the section in which you are more confident. If you are good in English Section means then start with English section, or if you are Strong in Reasoning or Quantitative Aptitude then start from it. If you have a clear idea about it and start the exam confidently, then you will never feel toughness in the question.

    Questions Wise Planning:
    Once you had chosen the section which you are going to attend first, then here we have given a clear chart about the questions which you have to attempt first in each sections.

    English Language:
    Starting your examination with the English section in recommended one, and we have given best order in which English Questions to be answered.
    ·        Fill in the Blanks –1st
    ·        Cloze Test –2nd
    ·        Error Spotting –3rd
    ·        Sentence Improvement –4th
    ·        Para-Jumbles –5th
    ·        Reading Comprehension –6th


    Reasoning:
    Start with the reasoning questions which appears easy for you and not lengthy. We have given best order in which Reasoning Questions to be answered.
    ·        Syllogism –1st
    ·        Inequality –2nd
    ·        Miscellaneous Questions –3rd
    ·        Input-Output –4th
    ·        Seating Arrangements/Puzzles –5th


    Quantitative Aptitude:
    You can score more marks in the Quantitative Aptitude Section, so avoid starting this section with the questions which are lengthy and have too much of calculations. We have given best order in which Reasoning Questions to be answered.
    ·        Simplification –1st
    ·        Quadratic Equations –2nd
    ·        Data Interpretation –3rd
    ·        Number Series –4th
    ·        Miscellaneous Questions- Average, Time and Work, Profit and Loss etc. –5th


    Time Allocation for Each Section:

    Sections
    Max Time to be Spend
    Total Time
    English Language
    15 Min
    60 Min
    Reasoning
    20 Min
    Quantitative Aptitude
    25 Min

    / 5. Reviews