Tuesday, 25 October 2016

25 Days Study Plan for IBPS PO Mains 2016

Dear Students,

What is your vision for IBPS PO Mains? Have you started working on it?

The IBPS PO Prelims exam is almost over now with the last shift scheduled on 27th October it’s time for all of you to start working on getting through the Mains Examination. Yes, if you are waiting for the result announcement and cut off of IBPS PO Prelims then you might be wasting your precious time. It is ‘The Time’ when you should be working hard, if you wish to secure a seat in the Phase III of recruitment i.e. Interview. Do you want to get through IBPS PO Mains? If YES, then start working for it NOW, and here we are giving you 25 DAYS STUDY PLAN for IBPS PO Mains.

Key to CRACK IBPS PO Entrance Exam

PROPER PLANNING + DEDICATION + SMART WORK

For IBPS PO Mains you have to focus on these sections: Quantitative Aptitude, English, Reasoning, Computer Knowledge and General Awareness. You’ll be having a total of 4 sections and total 140 minutes. There is sectional time allotted to section and there is negative marking for wrong answers too, so don’t take chances.

Quantitative Aptitude
For quantitative aptitude, its practice that matters for scoring well in limited time. But if you find this section difficult, start working on it with a smart plan. For mains you must not leave a notch in preparation as this is the time you can secure your career. This section is of 50 marks that mean you’ll have 50 questions and you’ll be having just 40 minutes. So practice and choose your questions wisely. Learn basic concepts and practice them well, as for banking exams basic concepts will come in handy rather than tricks.

English
This section came as a surprise to many in IBPS PO Prelims, so it sets an example that you have to adapt to work out of your comfort zone. You must brush up your Grammar skills as, for scoring well in any language, the most important thing is to know its grammar rules. And in IBPS Mains Examination you’ll be given 40 questions and just 30 minutes for English Section.

Reasoning
Reasoning is a tricky section in SBI PO there were some major changes this year but in IBPS PO Prelims it was moderate, so what you must learn from these experiences is practice well in time so that if there is a big change you don’t panic. This section will have 50 questions and you’ll be given just 40 minutes. For scoring well in reasoning practicing what is really important and it can be your game changer.

Computer Knowledge
This section will have 20 questions and you’ll be given 10 minutes for computer knowledge. Computer Knowledge is a section; in which if you’ve done the right preparation you easily score marks. In this section you should aim at scoring max.; so don’t take it lightly and start preparing it now. Most importantly you should know what you have to study in Computers, it is a vast subject. So smart work is the key here, with this study plan we’ll cover the topics that are a must for you to prepare.

General Awareness (with special reference to Banking)
G.A section is of 40 marks and you’ll be given 20 minutes which are quite sufficient but don’t be tempted to take chances by compromising your accuracy and marking wrong answers. To prepare general awareness you can follow the quizzes we’ll be giving you in these 25 Days along with preparing from Capsules and Study Notes.  In these 25 Days you’ll get daily quizzes for Banking, Current Affairs and Static on Bankersadda which will help you practice daily and prepare General Awareness for IBPS PO Mains.

Detailed Study Plan:

Devotion of Time for all Subjects in Total - 12 hours/ day

300 hours of dedication and hard work….will eventually help you achieve your goal. 

Days
Quant
Reasoning
English
Computer Knowledge
1
Simplification
Blood Relation
Sentence Rearrangement
History of Computer
2
Number Series
Coding-Decoding
Sentence Rearrangement
History of Computer
3
Quadratic Equations and Inequalities
Inequalities
Sentence Rearrangement
Computer Organisation
4
Ratio and Proportion
Ranking and Direction
Error Detection
Computer Organisation
5
Percentage, Profit and Loss, Partnership
Puzzle and Seating Arrangement
Error Detection
Computer Knowledge Misc.
6
Alligation and Mixtures
Puzzle and Seating Arrangement
Error Detection
Hardware-I/O Devices
7
Time and Work
Puzzle and Seating Arrangement
Error Detection
Memory and Storage Devices
8
Time and Distance
Puzzle and Seating Arrangement
Reading Comprehension
Software
9
Problem on Ages
Puzzle and Seating Arrangement
Reading Comprehension
Software
10
SI & CI
Syllogism
Reading Comprehension
Operating System
11
Permutation & Combination & Probability
Syllogism
Reading Comprehension
Computer Knowledge Misc.
12
Mensuration
Cause and Effect
Cloze Test
Computer Knowledge Misc.
13
Data sufficiency
Statement and Assumption
Cloze Test
Computer Languages
14
DI (Table Graph)
Course of Actions
Fill in the Blanks
Comp. Network
15
DI (Bar Graph)
Passage References
Fill in the Blanks
Comp. Network &Transmission Media
16
DI (Pie Graph)
Strength of an Argument
Sentence Improvement
Internet
17
DI (Line Graph)
Data Sufficiency
Sentence Improvement
MS Office
18
DI (Missing)
Data Sufficiency
Vocabulary(Antonym/
Synonyms/Spellings)
MS Office
19
DI (Radar Graph)
Machine Input-Output
Vocabulary(Antonym/
Synonyms/Spellings)
Computer Knowledge Misc.
20
DI (Caselet)
Practice Set I
Sentence Rearrangement Revision
DBMS
21
Arithmetic Problems-Revision
Practice Set II
Cloze Test Revision
Number System
22
DI-Revision
Practice Set III
Reading Comprehension Revision
Security
23
Practice Set I
Practice Set IV
Practice Set I
Practice Set I
24
Practice Set II
Practice Set V
Practice Set II
Practice Set II
25
Practice Set III
Practice Set VI
Practice Set III
Practice Set III


And as students struggle with time and topic management, this make sure you are well prepared for this examination. The best way to master this art of time and topic management is by taking test of difficult level and same pattern as that of the examination, and you can do so by taking up The Challenge we are give you for IBPS PO MAINS.


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