Institute of Banking Personnel Selection- IBPS releases notification for the recruitment of probationary officers- PO and management trainees- MT posts every year for the various banks participating. Every year, thousands of graduates appear for the IBPS exam as it will enable the aspirants to get a government job opening in the 19 public sector banks. Here are some guaranteed tips to crack your IBPS bank exam:
Analyze the Exam Pattern
Aspirants need to carefully analyze the exam pattern an
complete the syllabus so that they can get an idea of which topics will come in the exam. It is always advisable to check both the prelims and mains written test syllabus so that they can start their preparation properly.
Utilization of Resources
Aspirants should make use of all available resources for preparing IBPS exam. Few books that are popular and useful for the preparation of IBPS are Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations by R.S.Agarwal, A Modern Approach to Verbal and Non- Verbal reasoning by R.S.Agarwal, NCERT, and Manorama Year Book. To prepare for the GK section, make it a daily habit to read “The Hindu”, “The Times of India” and watch news channels to keep an eye on what’s happening in and around the country and the world. Also, go through magazines that focus on current affairs and general knowledge.
Study Topic wise
To prepare and concentrate well, students need to study a single topic at a time and not jump to each and every topic in a hurry to complete the syllabus. This way they get a good grasp over the subject and it will help them understanding the concepts without getting confused. The best way will be to make a time table and follow it religiously. Allocating equal time to each and every subject will be very helpful.
Practice Sample Papers
In addition to subject wise studying, applicants can also prepare for the IBPS exam by practicing mock test papers or sample papers. This is the best method to prepare for any exam as practice makes man perfect. You can improve your time management and also get an idea of the type of questions that will appear in the exam. Take every mock test as if it’s your actual exam and analyze yourself.
As and when you study, make small notes of important topics, formulas or keywords. This method will help you during your revision time as you will not have to search for the important points in the books everytime. Bookmark difficult topics/ questions for revision.