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SBI PO Prelims Exam 2017: 30 Days Study Plan to Crack it!

Mar 1, 2017 16:47 IST
SBI PO Exam 2017
SBI PO Exam 2017

The most awaited notification of the year SBI PO is out and the battle has begun to become one of the top 2616 candidates in the country to be an officer with the prestigious bank. You need to give your best to get selected for this examination.

SBI PO 2017: Study Plan (15th Feb to 15th March)

The SBI PO 2017 prelims examination consists of three sections:

  • Reasoning Ability
  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • English Language

The duration of the examination will be one hour and the maximum marks allotted are 100 with 35 marks each in reasoning and quant and 30 marks for the English language. In order to get into the mains examination, you need to crack this prelims examination first though the marks in this test will not be counted for final selection. Here we are providing study plan for the prelims examination.

The plan has been divided for both working aspirants as well as full-time aspirants.

For working aspirants, the total time devoted should be a minimum of 5 hours.

  • English: 1hour
  • Math: 2 hours
  • Reasoning: 2 hours

On the other hand, the total time devoted should be a minimum of 10 hours

  • English: 2 hours
  • Math: 4 hours
  • Reasoning: 4 hours

Make it a point that you are working on your weaker section more than your strong areas because everybody should do the SWOT analysis first and then go for time allotment.

(This is a time-table for an average candidate in all the three subjects. You guys should prepare routine and devote time according to your weak and strong areas.)

Days

Date

Quantitative Aptitude

Reasoning Ability

English Language

1

15th Feb

DI: Tabular Graph and Bar Graph

Puzzles: Sitting arrangements

Error detection (find the wrong / right one)

2

16th Feb

DI: Pie Chart

Puzzles: Misc types

Connecting words / phrases for two sentences

3

17th Feb

DI: Line Graph

Revision day

Paragraph completion

4

18th Feb

DI: Missing Series

Blood relation

Revision day

5

19th Feb

DI: Combined Graphs

Inequality

Sentence improvement

6

20th Feb

Revision of DI chapters

Coding Decoding

Jumbled paragraph

7

21st Feb

Permutation and Combination

Revision day

Finding the concluding sentence

8

22nd Feb

Probability

Syllogism

Finding the sentence for best restatement

9

23rd Feb

Revision day

Input Output Questions

Finding the odd sentence

10

24th Feb

Time and Work

Revision day

Revision day

11

25th Feb

Time and Distance

Data sufficiency

Reading comprehension

12

26th Feb

Boats and Streams

Statement assumption

Finding the right / wrong word-pair

13

27th Feb

Revision day

Statement argument

Revision day

14

28th Feb

Simple Interest

Revision day

Idioms / phrases

15

01st Mar

Compound Interest

Ranking and order

Phrase replacement

16

02nd Mar

Revision day

Direction test

Revision day

17

03rd Mar

Average

Alpha Numeric Symbol sequence

Cloze test

18

04th Mar

Ratio and Proportion

Revision day

Filler questions (single blank)

19

05th Mar

Percentage

Puzzles: Sitting Arrangements

Filler questions (multiple blanks)

20

06th Mar

Revision day

Puzzles: Misc Types

Revision day

21

07th Mar

Mixture and alligation

Revision day

Sentence rephrase questions

22

08th Mar

Quadratic equation

Syllogism

Reading comprehension

23

09th Mar

Simplification and Approximation

Input Output questions

Find the most concise style of writing

24

10th Mar

Data Sufficiency

Revision day

Revision day

25

11th Mar

Revision day

Statement assumption

Cloze test

26

12th Mar

Pipes and cisterns

Statement argument

Vocabulary questions

27

13th Mar

Number Series

Revision day

Sentence Fillers

28

14th Mar

Profit and loss

Coding-decoding, blood relation, inequalities

Error detection

29

15th Mar

Age related problems

Ranking, direction, alphanumeric series

Revision day

30

16th Mar

Revision day

Revision day

Reading Comprehension

This is an indicative study table that you can follow in the next one month in order to get a hold over all the relevant topics that are asked in the examination. After that, you should go for practice tests so that you grow the confidence required to take the actual examination. So, start with all the enthusiasm you have and give it your best shot.

All the best!!

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