Are you aspiring to be a banker and join the league of elite bank officers? Well, the very first thing you must learn is that bank exams, as opposed to the general perception, are not very difficult. Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts Exams for Probationary Officers (POs) or Assistant Managers in public sector banks in India. However, it is important to understand the severity of competition as a fairly large number of people compete to qualify for very a few vacancies in various prestigious public sector banks of India.
Therefore, what matters the most is your level of preparation, practice and time management rather than the difficult level of the exam. You must work on the basics, strengthen your foundation and subsequently gain expertise in the advanced sections of every subject. You can also refer to various magazines for competitive exams.
The banking examination has undergone some major changes in the level and type of questions. But that isn’t an excuse and you must start practicing according to the exam’s pattern along with the previous year’s memory papers.
Understand the pattern – the IBPS PO Exam comprises of two levels, Preliminary, the Common Written Exam (CWE) and Interview. The CWE is divided into Prelims and Main exams and the candidates who qualify the prelims appear in the main exam. The IBPS Exam includes the subjects like Reasoning, General Awareness, English/Hindi language, Quantitative Aptitude and Computer Knowledge. All the sections carry equal weightage thus making it important to lay equal emphasis on each section. We will briefly discuss the various subjects for IBPS Bank PO Exam and how to prepare for them.
If you are planning to appear for the IBPS PO Exam, it’s best not to just make it a plan but devise a strategy and work for your career.
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