The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection is conducting the IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam on  05th, 12th & 13th December 2020. This means tomorrow is the day when the preparations of the aspirants will be tested finally. IBPS released 2557 vacancies for the post of IBPS Clerk 2020. There are some last-minute tips that the candidates must follow at the time of appearing for the exam of IBPS Clerk Prelims 2020. Let us first look at the exam pattern of IBPS Clerk Prelims 2020.

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IBPS Clerk Prelims 2020: Exam Pattern

 

S.No.

Name of Tests(Objective)

No. of Questions

Maximum Marks

  Duration

1

English Language

30

30

20 minutes

2

Quantitative Aptitude

35

35

20 minutes

3

Reasoning Ability

35

35

20 minutes

 

Total

100

100

60 minutes 

 

IBPS Clerk Prelims 2020: Section Wise Tips

English language:

Most of the aspirants keenly look forward to solving this section as they have ample chance of scoring marks and improve their overall score in the prelims exam. But still, candidates must keep in mind some important tips to score maximum in the section:

  • Clear basics: If the Basics of the English language is clear to the candidate, then scoring marks in this section will not be difficult. The candidates need to have clear basic knowledge of the grammar and grammatical rules.
  • Read daily: Very few days are left for the candidates to bring their reading skills to brilliancy, Yet it is not impossible. Candidates, if read the editorials, newspaper, daily English magazines, etc. then they can improve their reading skills very easily. Good reading skill is developed through reading itself that is why the candidates need to read daily.
  • Attempt mocks: To practice the reading, writing, and vocabulary section the candidates need to practice through giving mock tests or by solving previous years’ question papers to get an idea of how the English section appears and what is the difficulty level of the questions asked in this section.

Reasoning Ability :

  • Practice to Master: The only way to is this section in the examination is to practice it as much as possible. Candidates are advised to give mock test/test series and attempt the reasoning ability section with concentration and in an attempt to score maximum in it. Analyzing the mistakes and improving them will eventually Complete the candidate’s preparation of the section.
  • Keep track of speed and accuracy: Even if the candidate is fully prepared for this section the candidate needs to attempt every question accurately and keeping the timespan in mind. Candidates must attempt the test series and try to complete them before the time duration to speed up their attempts.
  • Hold command on topics like coding-decoding, inequality, Syllogism, etc. As the majority of the questions are asked from these topics and the candidates need to prepare those topics which hold a high weightage of marks.
  • Solve questions on puzzles and seating arrangements as these are Types of questions that are commonly asked in the reasoning ability section. Practicing these types of questions will not only save the candidates time but will also make sure that their attempts are accurate enough to secure good marks.

Quantitative aptitude:

  • Clear Concepts: Basic concepts of the important topics that can appear in the quantitative aptitude section are very important as questions can be answered only when the basics are clear.
  • Learn tricks: To attempt the questions accurately it is important for the Candidate to invest a sufficient amount of time in each question. To do so, every candidate must solve the questions In a speed attempt. Learning tricks for squares, Cubes, percentage Values, multiples, etc. will ensure that candidates do not waste much of their time on a single question.
  • Practice Topics: Questions that are based on data interpretation shall be practiced and prepared thoroughly as the majority of the questions are asked from this section. That means that these types of questions carry a lot of weightage of marks.

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Last-Minute Tips for IBPS Clerk Prelims 2020:

Apart from the section-wise preparation strategies discussed above, there are some tips that candidates must keep in mind while preparing for the exam in these last few days.

  • Give sectional test: The candidates need to analyze their performance section wise by attempting the sectional tests and improving their mistakes and make them their strength.
  • Attempt daily quizzes: This will help the aspirants to have a better idea of how well they are grasping the material and also will make them focus on the information that still needs more practice.
  • Turn off technology: Any kind of distraction can hamper the preparation and the performance of the candidates who are appearing for the examination. And technology is one of the most effective distractions of all. Candidates must turn off the non-essential technologies like mobile phones, laptops, etc, and prefer studying from handwritten notes.
  • No stress/anxiety: Rather than improving your situation anxiety and stress ruins it all. That is why Candidates must not take any kind of mental stress before the exam and prepare themself with peace and tranquillity.
  • Don’t go out: As COVID-19 has hit our nation badly, is important for all the banking aspirants to take all the safety measures and avoid going out in this epidemic before the exam.

Candidates appearing for the IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam 2020 on  5th, 12th, and 13th December 2020 are requested to provide us with the exam analysis. This will help those aspirants who are appearing in the upcoming shifts or for other banking exams. Candidates can register themselves for the IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam Analysis by filling the form mentioned below:

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RBI Assistant Mains 2020: The Reserve Bank of India is one of the most desired institutions for almost all the banking aspirants. The RBI Assistant Prelims exam was successfully conducted and the result of the same has already been released. Due to the ongoing epidemic in our nation, RBI postponed the examination dates for the mains exam. Now the examination going to be held on 22 November 2020. This means that the candidates who are appearing for the mains examination are left with five days to prepare for the exam. Along with the preparation, there are some things that the students should keep in mind considering them as the last-minute tips before they visit the examination centre. This will not only increase their chances of scoring maximum in the examination but also prevent them from making any silly mistakes. Before looking at the last-minute tips it is important for the candidates to look at the exam pattern before the final days of preparations.

RBI Assistant Mains 2020 Exam Pattern

Candidates must know the Exam Pattern for RBI Assisstant Mains Exam 2020 before starting their final preparation. Below is the table having the detailed exam pattern for this year’s RBI Assistant Mains Exam.

Serial Number Name of Test No. of Question Maximum Marks Duration
1. Test Of English Language 40 40 30 minutes
2. Test of Reasoning 40 40 30 minutes
3. Test Of Computer Knowledge 40 40 20 minutes
4. Test Of General Awareness 40 40 25 minutes
5. Test of  Numerical Ability 40 40 30 minutes
Total 200 200 135 minutes

Last-minute tips for RBI Assistant Mains

Candidates must follow the following tips in order to improve and mold their physical and mental aspect

  • Don’t take stress – this is what are the most important tips that every candidate must follow is to not take any kind of mental stress before appearing for the examination. The natural human tendency will automatically lead you to take some stress regarding the examination you are appearing for. It is important for the candidates to avoid that Stress and keep their minds fresh and clean to have a burden-free mind.
  • Review notes– candidates are advised to have a look at the notes that they made or the summaries of the topic that they studied rather than studying the whole topic as it will not only consume less time but also make the preparation more effective and efficient.
  • Avoid going out– This is in regards to the ongoing epidemic in a nation. COVID-19 is rapidly spreading across India and we advise the candidates who are appearing for the examination do not step out of their houses and avoid any kind of gathering that might affect them in a negative way. Staying home and staying safe is much better than going out and having contact with someone who might be infected. Saving yourself from this situation will make sure that you appear for the examination in good health.
  • Avoid technology– Any kind of distraction might hamper your preparation and your attempt for the mains examination. Only focusing on the notes, pen, and paper to scribble any kind of reminders rather than using phones and any kind of technology will be a source of distraction for sure. Candidates are advised not to turn their faces towards the technology and avoid any kind of temptation. This will increase their focus and will boost up their final days of preparations.
  • PracticeIn these last few days, aspirants are advised to take as many practice tests as possible to analyze and correct your own mistakes. This will polish the last-minute preparations for the candidates appearing for the mains examination.

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Nainital Bank SO/PO/Clerk 2019: Last Minute Tips

Nainital Bank SO/PO/Clerk 2019: Last Minute Tips

With just a day left for Nainital Bank 2019 Exam, here are some important tips that can help you score in Saturday and Sunday’s Exams. Nainital Bank is recruiting SO, PO and Clerks and te examination for these posts is scheduled to be held on 24th and 25th of August according to the official notification. If you are going to appear for these exams then it is very important to check frequently asked questions for this recruitment in case you have any doubt regarding the Exam’s pattern and other facts. Having a clear idea about the Nainital bank exam pattern and syllabus can help you sail through this exam. This is a good opportunity for those who are seeking a bright life in the limelight of the banking sector. Besides hard-work, it is important to work smarter so that you can leave thousands of aspirants behind fighting for the same.

Students as the exam is around the corner now, it is important to give the final touch to your preparation and for that, we have already provided you with the Nainital bank SO/PO/Clerk: Preparation tips, so that you do not leave anything important or do not feel puzzled as the exam gives an emotional turmoil a day before the exam. Check the last-minute tips to ensure your last-minute preparation to ace in this exam.

Last-minute tips for Nainital bank SO/PO/Clerk 2019

Revision Tips:
  • Do not try to pull an all-nighter a day before the exam. It will do no good for you.
  • Revise all the stuff that you have learned to date. Revising the same will help you to recall the important things during the exam.
  • Make sure your basics are clear. Do not go for short tricks if you have a problem with the basic concepts and approach this will consume your time only.
  • Revise all the formulas, and how to compute them. As the practice is the only key to the road of success.
  • Make a proper strategy on how you can attempt the exam and do the same way.

Health Tips:
  • Avoid eating junk foods or those that can block your mind.
  • Develop a habit of eating healthy food. A healthy mind stays in a healthy body.
  • Meditate for at least 15 minutes a day to relax your mind and body so that you can easily recall the things at the time of the exam.
  • Be confident. Avoid stress. Keep your mind fresh and focus on the goal. Everything will be good.

Tips to attempt the exam:
  • Make your plan today! Yes we know its the last day but a strategy on how to approach questions will help you a lot in the exam
  • Do not stick to a single question. If you feel that you can solve it within seconds, attempt it and if not, skip the question for later.
  • Never miss the direction: Read the questions carefully before attempting that, It will help you know which question is doable or which is not.
  • Guessing can do more harm than good. Keep in mind about the accuracy, time and speed.
All The Best!


Last Minute Tips For IBPS SO Mains Exam 2018-19

IBPS SO Mains Exam is scheduled to be held on 27th of January. As it is going to be a national level competitive examination, it must be getting on your nerves for sure. It will get you a prestigious post of a Specialist Officer in a Public Sector Bank of India after all. Well, the fact cannot be denied that a banking examination does take one through an emotional turmoil a few days before it is conducted. At this point in time, one’s best bet would be to revise everything she has prepared so far. Also, you have to make sure that you are unladen so that exam stress doesn’t take a toll on you at the eleventh hour. Here are the last minute tips that will help you perform to the best of your ability in this examination:


General Tips:

  • To make the best use of your knowledge, you should try to get at least 8 hours of sleep during these last days of your preparations. 
  • Try not to pull an all-nighter a day before the examination, it may affect your ability to concentrate and can also make you unable to recall what you studied for the exam.
  • If possible, try exercising for 15 minutes every day because it gets the blood flowing. It resets your brain, increases blood flow to the brain and prepares you for critical thinking and retention.
  • Eat healthily as healthy pre-exam nutrition gives you an added edge during exam time.
  • Avoid brain blocking foods such as foods made of white flour or those that are high in refined sugar: cookies, cakes, and muffins, chocolates, desserts or candies. 

Revision Tips: 

  • Sort the important topics into a checklist and settle on how each and every point is to be revised before appearing for the examination.
  • Do not pick up an entirely new topic during the time of revision, you will only make a botch of what you have done so far.
  • Make sure that the revision is followed by practice so that it doesn’t go waste. Full-length mocks are the best to practice with during these days so, make sure that you take one every day.

How To Attempt The Exam:

  • Go for the examination with a proper plan so that you aren’t barking the wrong trees while attempting the examination.
  • Do not stick to a single question that you are not able to solve. Without wasting any time, move forward with the next question.

Last Minute Tips For IBPS Clerk Main Exam 2018-19

IBPS Clerk Main Exam is scheduled to be held on 20th of January 2019. As it is going to be a national level competitive examination, it must be getting on your nerves for sure. It will get you a prestigious post in a Public Sector Bank of India after all. Well, the fact cannot be denied that a banking examination does take one through an emotional turmoil a few days before it is conducted. At this point in time, one’s best bet would be to revise everything she has prepared so far. Also, you have to make sure that you are unladen so that exam stress doesn’t take a toll on you at the eleventh hour. Here are the last minute tips that will help you perform to the best of your ability in this examination:


General Tips:

  • To make the best use of your knowledge, you should try to get at least 8 hours of sleep during these last days of your preparations. 
  • Try not to pull an all-nighter a day before the examination, it may affect your ability to concentrate and can also make you unable to recall what you studied for the exam.
  • If possible, try exercising for 15 minutes every day because it gets the blood flowing. It resets your brain, increases blood flow to the brain and prepares you for critical thinking and retention.
  • Eat healthily as healthy pre-exam nutrition gives you an added edge during exam time.
  • Avoid brain blocking foods such as foods made of white flour or those that are high in refined sugar: cookies, cakes, and muffins, chocolates, desserts or candies. 

Revision Tips: 

  • Sort the important topics into a checklist and settle on how each and every point is to be revised before appearing for the examination.
  • Do not pick up an entirely new topic during the time of revision, you will only make a botch of what you have done so far.
  • Make sure that the revision is followed by practice so that it doesn’t go waste. Full-length mocks are the best to practice with during these days so, make sure that you take one every day.

How To Attempt The Exam:

  • Go for the examination with a proper plan so that you aren’t barking the wrong trees while attempting the examination.
  • Do not stick to a single question that you are not able to solve. Without wasting any time, move forward with the next question.
All the best!!

           

Last Minute Tips For IBPS Clerk Prelims 2018

IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam is scheduled to be held on 8th, 9th and 15th of December. As it is going to be a national level competitive examination, it must be getting on your nerves for sure. It will get you a prestigious post in a Public Sector Bank of India after all. Well, the fact cannot be denied that a banking examination does take one through an emotional turmoil a few days before it is conducted. At this point in time, one’s best bet would be to revise everything she has prepared so far. Also, you have to make sure that you are unladen so that exam stress doesn’t take a toll on you at the eleventh hour. Here are the last minute tips that will help you perform to the best of your ability in this examination:


General Tips:

  • To make the best use of your knowledge, you should try to get at least 8 hours of sleep during these last days of your preparations. 
  • Try not to pull an all-nighter a day before the examination, it may affect your ability to concentrate and can also make you unable to recall what you studied for the exam.
  • If possible, try exercising for 15 minutes every day because it gets the blood flowing. It resets your brain, increases blood flow to the brain and prepares you for critical thinking and retention.
  • Eat healthily as healthy pre-exam nutrition gives you an added edge during exam time.
  • Avoid brain blocking foods such as foods made of white flour or those that are high in refined sugar: cookies, cakes, and muffins, chocolates, desserts or candies. 

Revision Tips: 

  • Sort the important topics into a checklist and settle on how each and every point is to be revised before appearing for the examination.
  • Do not pick up an entirely new topic during the time of revision, you will only make a botch of what you have done so far.
  • Make sure that the revision is followed by practice so it doesn’t go waste. Full-length mocks are the best to practice with during these days so, make sure that you take one every day.

How To Attempt The Exam:

  • Go for the examination with a proper plan so you aren’t barking the wrong trees while attempting the examination.
  • Do not stick to a single question that you are not able to solve. Without wasting any time, move forward with the next question.

Last Minute Tips For ESIC SSO Mains Exam 2018

ESIC SSO Mains Exam is scheduled to be held on 15th of December. As it is going to be a national level competitive examination, it must be getting on your nerves for sure. It will get you a prestigious post in a Govt. Sector Organization of India after all. Well, the fact cannot be denied that a banking examination does take one through an emotional turmoil a few days before it is conducted. At this point in time, one’s best bet would be to revise everything she has prepared so far. Also, you have to make sure that you are unladen so that exam stress doesn’t take a toll on you at the eleventh hour. Here are the last minute tips that will help you perform to the best of your ability in this examination:


General Tips:

  • To make the best use of your knowledge, you should try to get at least 8 hours of sleep during these last days of your preparations. 
  • Try not to pull an all-nighter a day before the examination, it may affect your ability to concentrate and can also make you unable to recall what you studied for the exam.
  • If possible, try exercising for 15 minutes every day because it gets the blood flowing. It resets your brain, increases blood flow to the brain and prepares you for critical thinking and retention.
  • Eat healthily as healthy pre-exam nutrition gives you an added edge during exam time.
  • Avoid brain blocking foods such as foods made of white flour or those that are high in refined sugar: cookies, cakes, and muffins, chocolates, desserts or candies. 

Revision Tips: 

  • Sort the important topics into a checklist and settle on how each and every point is to be revised before appearing for the examination.
  • Do not pick up an entirely new topic during the time of revision, you will only make a botch of what you have done so far.
  • Make sure that the revision is followed by practice so it doesn’t go waste. Full-length mocks are the best to practice with during these days so, make sure that you take one every day.

How To Attempt The Exam:

  • Go for the examination with a proper plan so you aren’t barking the wrong trees while attempting the examination.
  • Do not stick to a single question that you are not able to solve. Without wasting any time, move forward with the next question.

Last Minute Tips For Indian Bank PO Mains Exam 2018

Indian Bank PO Mains Exam is scheduled to be held on the 4th of November. As it is going to be a national level competitive examination, it must be getting on your nerves for sure. It is going to get you a prestigious post of Probationary Officer in a Public Sector Bank of India after all. Well, the fact cannot be denied that a banking examination does take one through an emotional turmoil a few days before it is conducted. At this point in time, one’s best bet would be to revise everything she has prepared so far. Also, you have to make sure that you are unladen so that exam stress doesn’t take a toll on you at the eleventh hour. Here are the last minute tips that will help you perform to the best of your ability in this examination:


General Tips:

  • To make the best use of your knowledge, you should try to get at least 8 hours of sleep during these last days of your preparations. 
  • Try not to pull an all-nighter a day before the examination, it may affect your ability to concentrate and can also make you unable to recall what you studied for the exam.
  • If possible, try exercising for 15 minutes every day because it gets the blood flowing. It resets your brain, increases blood flow to the brain and prepares you for critical thinking and retention.
  • Eat healthily as healthy pre-exam nutrition gives you an added edge during exam time.
  • Avoid brain blocking foods such as foods made of white flour or those that are high in refined sugar: cookies, cakes, and muffins, chocolates, desserts or candies. 

Revision Tips: 

  • Sort the important topics into a checklist and settle on how each and every point is to be revised before appearing for the examination.
  • Do not pick up an entirely new topic during the time of revision, you will only make a botch of what you have done so far.
  • Make sure that the revision is followed by practice so that it doesn’t go waste. Full-length mocks are the best to practice with during these days so, make sure that you take one every day.

How To Attempt The Exam:

  • Go for the examination with a proper plan so that you aren’t barking the wrong trees while attempting the examination.
  • Do not stick to a single question that you are not able to solve. Without wasting any time, move forward with the next question.

All the best!!

       

Last Minute Tips For IBPS PO Prelims Exam 2018

IBPS PO Prelims Exam is scheduled to be held on 13th and 14th of October. As it is going to be a national level competitive examination, it must be getting on your nerves for sure. It is going to get you a prestigious post of Probationary Officer in a Public Sector Bank of India after all. Well, the fact cannot be denied that a banking examination does take one through an emotional turmoil a few days before it is conducted. At this point in time, one’s best bet would be to revise everything she has prepared so far. Also, you have to make sure that you are unladen so that exam stress doesn’t take a toll on you at the eleventh hour. Here are the last minute tips that will help you perform to the best of your ability in this examination:


General Tips:

  • To make the best use of your knowledge, you should try to get at least 8 hours of sleep during these last days of your preparations. 
  • Try not to pull an all-nighter a day before the examination, it may affect your ability to concentrate and can also make you unable to recall what you studied for the exam.
  • If possible, try exercising for 15 minutes every day because it gets the blood flowing. It resets your brain, increases blood flow to the brain and prepares you for critical thinking and retention.
  • Eat healthily as healthy pre-exam nutrition gives you an added edge during exam time.
  • Avoid brain blocking foods such as foods made of white flour or those that are high in refined sugar: cookies, cakes, and muffins, chocolates, desserts or candies. 

Revision Tips: 

  • Sort the important topics into a checklist and settle on how each and every point is to be revised before appearing for the examination.
  • Do not pick up an entirely new topic during the time of revision, you will only make a botch of what you have done so far.
  • Make sure that the revision is followed by practice so that it doesn’t go waste. Full-length mocks are the best to practice with during these days so, make sure that you take one every day.

How To Attempt The Exam:

  • Go for the examination with a proper plan so that you aren’t barking the wrong trees while attempting the examination.
  • Do not stick to a single question that you are not able to solve. Without wasting any time, move forward with the next question.
All the best!!

       

Last Minute Tips For IBPS RRB Clerk Mains Exam 2018

IBPS RRB Clerk Mains Exam is scheduled to be held on 7th of October. As it is going to be a national level competitive examination, it must be getting on your nerves for sure. It is going to get you a prestigious post of Probationary Officer in a Public Sector Bank of India after all. Well, the fact cannot be denied that a banking examination does take one through such an emotional turmoil a few days before it is conducted. At this point in time, one’s best bet would be to revise everything she has prepared so far. Also, you have to make sure that you are unladen so that exam stress doesn’t take a toll on you at the eleventh hour. Here are the last minute tips that will help you perform to the best of your ability in this examination:


General Tips:

  • To make the best use of your knowledge, you should try to get at least 8 hours of sleep during these last days of your preparations. 
  • Try not to pull an all-nighter a day before the examination, it may affect your ability to concentrate and can also make you unable to recall what you studied for the exam.
  • If possible, try exercising for 15 minutes every day because it gets the blood flowing. It resets your brain, increases blood flow to the brain and prepares you for critical thinking and retention.
  • Eat healthily as healthy pre-exam nutrition gives you an added edge during exam time.
  • Avoid brain blocking foods such as foods made of white flour or those that are high in refined sugar: cookies, cakes, and muffins, chocolates, desserts or candies. 

Revision Tips: 

  • Sort the important topics into a checklist and settle on how each and every point is to be revised before appearing for the examination.
  • Do not pick up an entirely new topic during the time of revision, you will only make a botch of what you have done so far.
  • Make sure that the revision is followed by practice so that it doesn’t go waste. Full-length mocks are the best to practice with during these days so, make sure that you take one every day.

How To Attempt The Exam:

  • Go for the examination with a proper plan so that you aren’t barking the wrong trees while attempting the examination.
  • Attempt General Awareness and Computer Aptitude Sections first, followed by Hindi/ English Section. After you are done with the three sections, attempt Numerical Ability and Reasoning Section as per your convenience.
  • Attempting the tests in the right order ensures that you don’t fail to attempt the questions that could get you a higher overall score. 
  • Do not stick to a single question that you are not able to solve. Without wasting any time, move forward with the next question.
All the best!!