An aspirant should never stop learning or working for what you want. Nothing comes easy, ever, if you want something, you have to work for it.
By working for it we mean work on your weakness, convert them to your strength, don't give excuses to yourself this time; learn, test yourself again and analyse where you stand. It's just like anything else, practice makes perfect, and practicing wisely is the need of this hour. So ask yourself how well are you prepared for IBPS PO? Have you done a real time analysis of yourself? Are you confident that you’ll achieve your goal this time?
All these questions are crucial, you can’t just run away from these; you must not. There are few days left for IBPS PO Prelims Examination, a big chance for many aspirants to become a Probationary Officer. But just digging those books won’t do much good. Practicing in the right direction is what you need to do.
Swami Vivekananda has said, ‘उठो...जागो...और तब तक मत रुको जब तक लक्ष्य की प्राप्ति न हो।’
But practicing isn’t just solving numerous question blindly, this time the need is to test yourself and more than that there is a bigger picture; analyse yourself. Yes, after giving a test from test series have you ever spend time analysing why you couldn’t achieve a better rank than what you’ve got now? Why did you left a question? Have you asked yourself is there a better way of solving a question? And most importantly have you notice improvements in subsequent tests. If not, then you might not be practicing the right way, and you must adapt a smarter approach now.
Practice means to perform, over and over again in the face of all obstacles, improving yourself and again testing yourself until you feel you've achieved it. Practice is a means of inviting the perfection desired. So that when you are in the real examination you pass it with flying colours and with no doubt your hard work will pay off.
It’s important for you to have a plan for the exam you’re aiming at weather its IBPS or BOM. As you have few days left, get going now, and don’t waste precious time. Practice in real time, in the same pattern and panel as the one you’ll get in the real examination. And you can do so with test series so that you’ll be habitual of solving questions in that panel. Make a strategy of how you’ll attempt the sections and questions of English, Reasoning and Quant. And do analyse your score and scope for improvement after each test you give. Improving with every test will strengthen your chances of getting closer to perfection.
Many students after examination feel, 'I wish I had practiced more...I wish I had made a plan.. I wish I started working on my skills when I had the time...I could've done better then..' Don't let that 'I wish' state happen to you. You have your chance NOW, you have your time Now, so don't let that go and work for your goal Now.