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IBPS PO Preparation 2020: Best Preparation Tips & Strategy For IBPS PO 2020 Exam

IBPS PO Preparation: The Prelim exam of IBPS PO will be conducted on 3rd, 10th and 11th October 2020 while the mains examination will be conducted on 28th November 2020. The time left for IBPS PO is limited and hence make sure that you utilise this time wisely. We are giving you complete Strategy to prepare for this exam in these last dates to get the maximum benefits. These preparation strategies are would definately be useful for you to score good marks in the IBPS PO Exam. Go through the complete article and learn about the preparation tips and make use of every single minute as time is less and syllabus is vast.

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IBPS PO Exam Dates 2020

Given below are IBPS PO Exam dates for Public Sector Banks (PSBs) through a common recruitment exam.

Sr. No. Activity IBPS PO Exam Dates
1 Online Examination – Preliminary 03.10.2020 10.10.2020 11.10.2020
2 Online Examination – Main 28.11.2020
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Time Table Of An IBPS PO 2020 Aspirant

Given below is the complete time-table for an IBPS PO aspirant.

Time Activity
7:00 A.M Wake up & Freshen up
7:30 A.M. Read Newspaper to cover General Awareness  Mains
8:30 A.M. Breakfast
9:00 A.M to 12:00 P.M Dedicate this time to Quantitative Aptitude
12:00 P.M. to 1:00 P.M. English- Reading Comprehension Practice
1:00 to 2:00 P.M. Lunch time
2:00 to 3:00 P.M. Leisure time
3:00 to 5:00 P.M. Sectional test of Quantitative Aptitude
5:00 to 8:00 P.M. Reasoning
8:00 to 9:00 P.M. Dinner Time
9:00 to 11:00 P.M. Reasoning Ability Sectional Practice
11:00 to 12:00 P.M. Leisure time/take rest

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You can improvise this time table as per your requirement

3 hour slot Allocate this period for big topics that need more practice than usual or You can take Mock test also
2 hour slot Allocate this time to medium In length and require practice of questions/ Revision/G.A
1 hour Slot Allocate this time to topics that you are good in but require daily practice to keep a touch

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Things To Keep In Mind

  1. This study plan is suggestive nature, candidates  can change or modify it as per your own needs.
  2. Make sure that each topic should be given focus as per your own requirement as per the slot given above.
  3. One thing that you cannot miss is the revision through mock test is must. Give as much mock test as possible and do thorough analysis to make sure your concepts are clear.
  4. Eat healthy diet and do meditation along with 7 hours of sleep is equally important and must not be skipped.
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Preparation Tips: IBPS PO 2020

First understand the exam pattern and syllabus: This is very important point and make sure that you start your preparation by taking a proper glimpse of exam pattern and syllabus. Do not commit this mistake of skipping this step  at any cost as it will make you aware of the topics and the division of marks for each sections.

Make a strategy: As per the tentative exam calendar, the prelims exam will held in October and mains in November, now that you the advantage, it is advised to make a plan keeping prelims and mains together. Quant, Reasoning and English, these three subjects are common in both the prelims and mains exam but GA and descriptive test is an added feature in the mains exam. Students generally   Students often tends to do this mistake that they don’t study GA throughout and end up scoring less marks hence make sure to read current affairs daily for 20-25 minutes and allot every other section 1-2 hours on daily basis.

Practice With,

Practice previous year’s paper hidden fact: Go through the previous year’s paper and take notes of the recurring topics and start practicing them. Practice those topics more which are scoring.  Do not miss on solving previous year’s paper because they are the mirror image of the upcoming exam and can easily help you to score better marks.

Practice: Practice makes a man perfect and this is actually true if we talk about this particular exam. The more you practice the better you become and excel.

Take Mock Test: You can practice a lot and still fail if you don’t take a mock test. Mock tests help you in better time management and better analysis of your preparation.

Revision Is the Key: Once you are done analysing, its time to move on to next step i.e. Revision of the the topics in which you have scored less. This drill will definitely help you in accomplishing your goal.

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