Banking exams have provided many aspiring candidates to get jobs in government sector and every year thousands of candidates are sitting for the various examinations conducted by the corresponding authority. There are candidates from various backgrounds that apply for these exams and there are people who are from core interior villages where English never remained a strong point amongst them. In the banking and other government sector exams it is mandatory to go through the English language paper and thus it comes out as a challenge for such candidates who doesn’t possess an avid English background. Hence, it is necessary for these candidates to work a little extra on their preparation to go through the paper successfully and score well. (Read more for study materials)
The English language paper consists of various types of questions related to English comprehension, vocabulary knowledge and grammatical skills. The overall English language grip of a candidate is tested so that the candidate can work without any hindrance in future in the respected fields of their jobs. There is a comprehension section among the questions (Read more for bank exam question papers) asked in the English language paper which needs a good reading and understanding capacity of the candidate. Candidates need to go through a paragraph to understand and analyze and derive a meaning out of it. The comprehensions generally remain easy when it comes to language but there are cases where tough language gets used in the overall passage testing skills of the candidates. It contains a paragraph and 10-12 questions related to the passage that needs to get answered. The answers generally lie within the passage or give an idea about the answers which then you need to formulate yourself. The questions can contain synonyms and antonyms of particular words from the paragraph as well.
There are few tips (Read more for tips and strategies) that can help the candidates to score well in the Reading Comprehension section: