IBPS PO Mains exam will take place on 30th November 2019. As the exam is round the corner, it is important to master all the subjects to ace your marks in the IBPS PO Mains(Objective + descriptive). One of the important part of the mains exam is descriptive writing section. There will be total two questions one essay writing and one letter writing to be done in 30 minutes carrying 25 marks in total. This post is dedicated to types of questions, format, how to prepare, tips, do’s and don’ts for the descriptive part in IBPS PO Mains exam 2019.
Going with the fact that marks of the descriptive writing in IBPS PO Mains exam are considered for final selection. Thus it is important to pay special attention on this part besides the objective test to get your name in the final merit list.
IBPS PO Mains: 5 ways to score high in Descriptive Writing
Make sure you chose the right topic for yourself as time would be limited. You can not afford to write the letter again and again due to lack of points on different topics. So choosing the right is very important.
Content: Make sure your content is relevant and justify the title. Be to the point and make use of examples and explanations. Everything should cogently support and justify your content.
Formal and Informal Requirements: Adhere to the prescribed format according to the topic is asked. Focus on your language, it should follow the tone of formal writing whereever required. Try not to cross the word limit and make sure you write the essay in multiple paragraphs.
Structure of the paragraph: It should reflect how well your words justify the title and the paragraph should be connecting.There should be no mismatch between the lines.Keep a check if the paragraph contain only one idea or more, evidence that you have used, support the argument or not? You paper should have introductory para, middle part and conclusion to wind up the same.
Grammar: Keep a check on the grammar. Make sure use of tenses, parts of speech and other parts are used correctly.Create simple but correct sentence. Also your puntcuation should be accurate.
Vocabulary and spelling: Besides grammar, you should also be aware of the good vocabulary and spelling. Sometimes aspirants get confused about the spelling and make a mistake that leads to negative marking.
Always before starting and submitting the test, checklist the following:
1.Read the questions and your answer carefully
2.Write what is asked, do not move out of the track.
3.Before submitting the test, make necessary edits wherever required to avoid any mistake in the writing.
4.Analyze and evaluate what you have written. If you think you can do better, you can make the changes. But keep a check on the timing also.
So students, as the time is limites to end your practice. Make the best of the time that you have in your hand and ace your marks in the IBPS PO Mains descriptive exam. We will soon provide the important topics and format to be followed for the descriptve writing.