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IBPS PO Exam 2013: Tips and Strategies

Sep 19, 2013 13:40 IST

    Institute of Banking and Personnel Selection (IBPS) is all set to conduct Common Written Examination for recruitment of Probationary Officers in 19 Public Sector Banks. The written examination will be held on 19 October 2013, 20 October 2013, 26 October 2013, and 27 October 2013. The examinations will be conducted through online format at different centers across the country.  The questions paper will include 5 Sections comprising Reasoning Aptitude, Quantitative Aptitude, English Language, Computer Knowledge, and General Awareness with special reference to Banking. The total of 200 multiple choice questions will be asked. Each section will have 40 questions with negative marking of .25 marks fo0r each wrong answer.

    Jagranjosh.com is a perfect platform for the candidates wherein, they get complete information about all banking exam like notifications, previous year question papers, Model Practice sets, Online test, Ebooks etc. The banking team of jagranjosh.com designs and drafts each and every product by blending proper ingredients after proper understanding of exam requirement. Here are some tips and strategies related to all 5 sections of IBPS PO CWE Exam 2013.

    English Language: Tips

    English Language is one of the interesting sections in IBPS PO Exam, which requires good command over English language. For this, the candidates are required to strengthen their vocabulary power in order to score well. This section generally includes Passage Based questions, Common Error in Sentence, Rapid Fillers, Close Test, Antonyms, and Synonyms etc.

    Quantitative Aptitude: Tips

    For overcoming questions of Quantitative Section, the candidate highly requires knowledge of basic calculations, and approximation concepts. As basic concept knowledge directly drives the candidates to the right option. Apart from this, speed is the utmost requirement for this section. The questions in this section are generally from the topics of Simplification, Approximation, Profit and Loss Percentage, Discount, Average, Data Interpretation, Time and Work etc.

    Reasoning Aptitude: Tips

    The preparation of Reasoning Section requires mental alertness and logical skills of Aspirants. To be an expertise in this section, candidate should understand the nature of questions by practicing similar questions from model papers and previous year exam papers. The questions in this section are included from topics like Verbal and Non Verbal Reasoning including topics- Analogy, Input-Output, Classification, Syllogism, Inferences etc.

    General Awareness: Tips

    It is one of the scoring sections of the IBPS PO Exam Question Paper. For preparation of this section, the candidates should have an eye over latest happenings of the banking industry and economy. This requires knowledge of General Awareness along with Banking Awareness. The topics included in GA Section comprise Banking System of India, Money, Budgeting, Financial Planning, National and International Organization etc.

    Computer Knowledge: Tips

    Computer Knowledge Section is also one of the scoring sections in the question paper. It requires the basic knowledge of computer, Networking, Internet, and Communication along with new researches in the same field. The topics included in this section include Computer Components, Languages, operations, Networking etc.

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