Hey you all banking heroes first of all a big salute to all of you for the hard work you are doing daily for being selected as a banker in public sector bank because it really needs lots of hard work, patience, mind skills, focus and lots more so you deserve that.
Now talking about me
My name is Gourav Aggarwal belongs to Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan, did my graduation in B.com last year only cleared the IBPS clerk in my very first attempt scoring 161.25 in mains and I was allotted bank of Baroda. Working in bob since June 2016. But now had to leave it, Sad moment na???
No, it’s a joy time rather,
Talking about my strategy for SBI PO I will say I had no strategy even I wasn’t preparing much for the exam. Reason being the late working hours in the branch. You all must have listened “Hard Work Pays Off” and the same happened to me. The hard work I did last year during ibps preparation paid for SBI PO too, so will not tell you any special SBI PO strategy. I can just suggest you some things which may help you.
Quant – The most scoring subject which demands just little practice and time you can’t master it in a week or two. You must practice a lot. There are several topics in quant so I suggest you to choose 1 topic at a time and practice at least 200-300 ques in a day or two. Do same for every topic. This way will help you to hold grip on each topic and gain confidence. When you feel that you are comfortable with each type of ques start going on for the mix ques and increase your level day by day to gain mastery. And devise your own methods of doing it and find yourself playing with quant.
Reasoning – It’s all about your mind skills. It is also scoring subject. The same strategy of quant follows here. But here focus on some topics like puzzles, syllogism, input output, and coding decoding. These topics are sure to come in exam so practice them well.
English – Talking about me so I never paid attention to this section much because being in convent school since nursery my English is average. But what can really improve your English is Reading. Read “The Hindu” I suggest. Read its editorial and business section daily and check out for the new words you have not come across before. It will help you in vocab, fill in the blanks, error finding, close test and comprehension, covering most of the topics of this section. I know it’s quite boring but believe me do this sincerely for a month and will feel the difference.
Computer –You can use lucent or Arihant or both for it because reading and concept clearance is the key. Or you can opt for a good computer teacher who can help you understand it well.
GA – The most boring and endless subject of banking exams and the section which everyone loves the least I guess. But it’s not like with daily efforts you can score good but it requires daily efforts if you think you can crack it in a week or a month and score good so it’s quite difficult. I say make notes of daily happenings in a diary from two or three good sources and revise them on a daily and weekly basis along with the static part so you are always up to date. Keep doing this till last 10 days from exam. Devote your last 10 days for the GA capsules and practice online GK quizzes as much as you can this will help you to check yourself.
This strategy worked for me as you can see and I guess it can help you also. I wish a great luck to all the future bankers here.
That’s the key to success.
Stay blessed …