Avoid These Mistakes Just Before You Appear For SBI Clerk Exam

SBI Clerk 2020: The preliminary exam of SBI Clerk 2020 will commence form 22nd February 2020. Even the smallest mistake can put a spoke in your wheel & you can end up facing trials & disappointments. In this article, we will discuss mistakes which need to be avoided before you appear for SBI Clerk Prelims Exam 2020.

SBI Clerk Exam 2020: The State Bank of India (SBI) will conduct a common online test for th recruitment of Junior Associates (Clerk). The SBI Clerk prelims 2020 will commence from 22nd Feb 2020 & will be held on 29th Feb, 1st March & 8th March.

Only a single day is left for the examination. Even the smallest mistake can put a spoke in your wheel & you can end up facing trials & disappointments. In this article, we will discuss mistakes which need to be avoided before you appear for SBI Clerk Prelims Exam 2020.

Ignoring Revision:

Revision plays a crucial role in sailing through banking & insurance exams. With just a few days left for the exam, devote some time in revision. Go through the important formulae, shortcut tricks, mistakes done during preparation & topics in which you feel least confident.

Feeling Anxious & Nervous:

Exam fear is one of the most common illusion which can be found in most of the candidates. The Exam fear will have a negative effect on your performance. Some of the main reasons of Exam fear is expectations from loved ones, thinking about Failure consequences etc. Just relex! Take a full  deep breath & slowly breath out. You have toiled hard. Set it (aim) & forget it (result). Attempt the exam with calm & composed mind. Let go of attachment to the outcome.

Learning New Things:

Don’t start anything new just before the examination. Instead, examine what you studied multiple times by follwing the step I. Going through new topics or chapters just before the examination will stress you out.

Squander on Social Media:

Single day left for the exam and still obessed with social media? Beware! You are about to fall in the trap of failure. Yes social media is a waste of time that can degrade you score in the examination. Avoid social media platforms & wild-goose chase scrolling strictly.

Not Having Quality Sleep:

A quality improves cognitive ability and the ability to concentrate. If you wouldn’t sleep properly, you likely won’t remember much of what you studied anyway  and feel lethargic in the examination hall. So, to make the best use of your knowledge, take enough sleep before the exam.

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