Saturday, 8 July 2017

IBPS PO 2017 Preparation Tips- How to crack in first attempt?

IBPS PO is the dream job for the banking aspirants. Every year lack of students applies for bank PO exams and many of them secure a seat as a bank PO in first attempt.

In such a competitive era it is important to know that how to crack IBPS PO in first attempt? Is it possible to crack IBPS PO in first attempt?

Yes, it is possible to crack the IBPS PO exam in first attempt but it is not an easy task. It need a lot of your dedication and Smart study plan with a lot of practice.

How to prepare for IBPS PO 2017?

Before starting IBPS PO 2017 preparation, it is important to know the exam pattern and syllabus of the exam. IBPS PO exam comprises preliminary exam, main exam and interview to recruit candidates in various participating banks.

There are five subjects English, quantitative aptitude, reasoning ability, general awareness and computer knowledge that are asked in PO exam.

Candidate who clear preliminary exam will be eligible for main exam and after qualifying the main exam will appear in interview. Final selection will be made based on the marks obtained in main exam and interview.

Here we are going to discuss some IBPS PO 2017 preparation plan that will help you to score quite well in the exam to achieve your dream job as bank PO.

IBPS PO 2017 Preparation Tips

 Follow below mentioned study tips for bank exam preparation:

1) Preparation Strategy:

  • you should have a smart study plan. Note down the topics in which you are good and which topic you need give practice. Make time table in such way that cover all subjects and topics.

2) Study All Topic:

  • Cover all the topics while studying. Write down the topics you have completed and make sure you didn’t leave any topic

3) Time Management:

  • While solving question paper time is very important thing to remember. Practice with time limit according to exam pattern. Keep time in mind while solving practice paper and analyze the mistakes.

4) Make Short notes:

  • During study make some short nots, use diagram and flowchart to understand the concept easily.

5) Stay away from distraction:

  • While studying make distant from digital worldlike television, mobile social media etc. Do some yoga and exercise to be fit and concentrate on your study during preparation time.

6) Be update with Current affair:

  • Read newspaper daily and be updated with the daily activities and events that happening around. Keep knowledge of banking and financial news up to last six months.

7) Solved previous paper:

  • After clearing your concepts practice with previous year’s question papers. Give online mock test papers and old question paper to be familiar with questions and analyze yourself.

8) Discussion:

  • If you face any difficulty to solve any question discuss it with your friends or teachers. Clear your all the doubt before the exam.

9) Speed with Accuracy:

  • While solving old paper, try to solve questions with speed and accuracy. More and more practice will improve your Speed and accuracy to solving the problems.

10) Revision:

  • Revise everything what you have read before the exam. To revise whole syllabus will help you to recall the important concepts and formulas.

11) Healthy diet:

  • Don’t miss your meal during preparation. Healthy and proper meal will keep you active during IBPS PO preparation time.

12) Confidence: 

  • Never lose hope. Be positive and confident with your preparation. If you worked hard, you will get what you want.

Follow above mentioned IBPS PO 2017 preparation tips to make your study more effective. These PO preparation tips will help you to score good in the exam. 

Above we have discussed IBPS PO 2017 preparation tips, be update with the important topics for IBPS PO asked in the previous year papers.

Hope These preparation tips will help you.

All the best!!

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