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Tuesday, August 20, 2013

How to Prepare for IBPS Bank Exams ? - A Complete Preparation Plan for IBPS POs, Clerks and RRB Exams

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Friends, initially we planned to post separate Preparation Plans for IBPS PO, IBPS Clerks, IBPS RRB POs and IBPS RRB Clerks. But as the syllabus is almost same for all these 4 exams, we felt that our readers may feel it annoying to read same HOW TOs again and again. So, here we are posting the preparation plan of all IBPS Bank Exams. Ofcourse, even the syllabus is same the difficulty level varies.

Before going into details, lets keep the following points in mind. 
  1. Just Remember, Almost all the topics they cover in bank exams are of the classes 6th to 10th. So, Even a 10th Standard kid can clear this exam, if given enough time. With me? But the thing is, you have to complete the paper in given time. So, don't you think you can do it with little efforts and practice ? (this is the same answer for those people who says, "I am not from science background. That's the reason why I can't write Bank Exams". Friends, You just lack practice. Not skills. Remember it).
  2. Stop saying, I have so many family problems. So, can't concentrate on preparation. First let us know, who the hell on earth don't have problems ? See, nobody will remember your problems when you failed in the exam. Even your mom, dad and close friends will say that you lost it because of your negligence. Can you show me a single person, who sincerely says that you lost it because of your personal problems ? Friends, They don't know your feelings, they don't want your emotions, all just they want is to talk about your success. So just stop searching reasons for failures and start make yourself ready for the exam.
  3. Stop thinking, What if I lost this exam ? Pretty good question, isn't it? The answer is, the earth never gonna blast, the sun never gonna turn black and the most important thing, you never gonna die because of it. May be some blank faces and emotional atyachars for two or three days. Later everything gonna be fine. The only disappointing thing is, you just have to wake up in sad mood on the very next day of your result. But its not such a big deal. You will start preparing for another exam. After all we are here to win. Nobody gonna die as a loser. Who knows ?  this may be your last step towards your goal :) Be positive. Just avoid negative thoughts. 
Is Coaching Necessary to clear the Bank Exam ?
Ofcourse not. now a days almost all coaching institutes have became money minded. They just concentrate on covering topics rather than explaining them. So, if you are sincere enough, then you surely can prepare on your own without taking the help of any coaching class. By doing so, you can save your valuable money and time. The only best thing with Coaching classes is, they just provide you the good environment of preparation. I mean, you will be motivated if people around you are continuously discussing about the issues related to preparation. Ofcourse, You can create this  environment by making a group with your friends too. Combined studies and sharing ideas really help you prepare well. But make sure that all your friends are sincere and enthusiastic as you. 
What if I don't have good friends ?
No problem, you can join in any facebook group in which people who prepare for bank exams interacts and helps each other. But don't waste too much time in chatting with others. 1 or 2 hours per day for a good cause is Ok.

Gathering Materials :
Don't try to buy every book with the name "IBPS Special" on it. There are more than 130 IBPS Specials in market. Three days ago my brother also bought a book with the name "IBPS PO Exams Special" with Trigonometry topics in it. I was totally clueless when he asked, "Why didn't you include Trigonometry in your IBPS Syllabus posts? Its there in the book !!!". So, before going to collect the materials just read the syllabus. Make a list of topics to read, according to it you can buy the books. Here are some books you may need to buy.
  • Book of Mathematical Tables (20 Tables upto 20s)
  • Book for Aptitude Shortcuts (R. S Aggrawal / M. Tyra) 
  • Book for Reasoning Shortcuts (R. S Aggrawal's reasoning series is ok, but there are no shortcuts in these books. All are traditional methods).
  • For English you can buy any English Grammar book of your local language. This will help you getting basic idea on English grammar. Later you can switch to any standard English grammar book like "Intermediate English Grammar" of Raymond Murphy.
  • For Current Affairs you can buy Pratiyogitha Darpan / Kiran  (If you can afford around Rs. 75/- per month)  Mahindra's Current Affairs (it costs you around Rs. 30/-). But no book is perfect, better make your own short-notes on Current Affairs (We have discussed about this in detail below).
  • For computer knowledge any computers book with basics and MS Office in it is enough. Now a days every school and college is providing these kind of books for their students. So, you easily can get one from any nearby second hand book shop.
  • For Banking Awareness, unfortunately there is no specific book for this section in market. We feel our materials on Banking Awareness are enough for this section. If you want you can buy the book on Banking Awareness by Arihant Publications to get the basic idea. And better to follow the Economy updates from January 2013. Try to read Economic Times or The Hindu Business line.
Making Timetable :
If you are working somewhere : If you are working somewhere then it may not possible to dedicate the whole day on your preparation. Try to spend at-least five hours per day on preparation. Morning two hours and night time 3 hours. Try to practice Aptitude and Reasoning sections at morning. Try to manage reading news paper during the day time. At evening you can concentrate on English / Computer Knowledge section according to your convenience and interest. On holidays better work with practice sets and Banking and General Awareness topics. 
If you are completely dedicated to Banking Exams : Congratulations. You have the whole day with you to prepare. But don't be a book worm. Too much of anything is good for nothing. Try to wake up at 4 (We know its really difficult for you at initial days. But trust us , your body will get used to it within 4 or 5 days). Work with Aptitude and Reasoning sections according to your convenience. You can prepare till 8 or 9 depending on your interest. Later you can have breakfast and do your favorite task for 1 hour. Later read the news paper and note Important points. Try to remember if there are any new names and numbers / dates. Complete your lunch by 1 PM. Walk around for 10 to 15 minutes. Have a quick nap for two hours. Wake up by 4 PM. Prepare English for Two hours. Complete your dinner by 9. Prepare Computer / Banking Awareness or any other subject according to your convenience. Go to bed by 11 PM Sharp.


Starting Preparation : Before starting your preparation, just mug up the following things
  • Math tables upto 20
  • Squares up to 30
  • Cubes up to 15 
  • Powers of 2 (upto 12)
  • Powers of 3 (upto 6)
  • Complements of 100 (the difference between 100 and the given number). This will help you calculating faster. 
  • Try to learn 10 new English words per day (including Antonyms and Synonyms) (you should do this upto 7 days before your exam)
  • Learn place values of Alphabets.

During Preparation : 
  • For Aptitude and Reasoning : Pick any topic and try to learn the basics of the topic. Once you feel you perfectly got the topic then only go for problems. And remember, example problems are always easier to read and understand. It something like, riding bicycle when somebody is holding it. At that time you will feel that you are perfect at bicycle riding. But before going to the race, you have to test yourself whether you can really ride it or not. More than 70% of our friends fail at this point. Why to point others ? even my brother too does this. He is a lazy bug. He just opens the book, reads the concept and says "Aasaan Hain !!!" and sleeps. But after exam he comes with a sad face and says "Di, the paper was very tough. Even I also couldn't answer more than 100 questions (!!!). Nobody can clear this exam". Then where on the earth all those people who have cleared the exam came from ? From mars ? The only problem is, he has laziness and attitude. Which they don't have. Hope you have got what I am trying to say. Practice... Practice... Practice.... Practice till the end of your exam. Your lazy mind always says "Are yaar, bahut hogaya.. Its enough now. You are the master of this topic". But don't listen to it. Prepare well :)
  • For English Language :  Try to learn the basics first. Later you can go with concept. Luckily you don't have the descriptive paper this time. So you easily can clear the exam. And remember, spoken English is different and competitive English is different. You shouldn't be a fluent English speaker or you shouldn't learn every English word to clear the Exam with good marks. Just learn the basics perfectly and practice well. That's enough. 
  • Making Notes for Current Affairs :Its better to depend on THE HINDU or The Times of India to make your CA notes. If you have any problem with them then you can go with any local language news paper. Maintain a notebook for Current Affairs. Read the news paper completely. Just write the date in the notebook as the main heading. Make some sub headings like International Events, National Events, Economy, Sports, People in News etc. Have a look at this post for the basic idea (we made it from the hindu). Don't copy the news paper as it is, just 2 or 3 lines are enough. Try to highlight if there are any names or numerical values. And don't write everything you see in the news paper. They wont ask you about silly things like Politician's second wife, Bollywood heroines' daughter and Cricketer's  ankle pains the topics which the news papers publish as  their main headlines. Just ask yourself a question "Is it going to be appear in the exam?", if you feel YES, then write it. If you feel no then don't write. Ofcourse, its not such an easy task as we are saying. We too agree. But trust us, day by day you could observe the improvement in you and finally you will be the expert of making Current Affairs notes. And who knows ? One day you may beat the admin of this blog ;)
  • Just know what is computer, how it works and its history. Try to learn each and every detail which helps the computer to perform. That's it. They wont expect you to write programs.

Spirituality : Yep you heard it correct. Believe in god. Daily pray for 10 minutes (it would be more nice if you can Meditate). Ofcourse, we are not saying that the god will show you the correct options during the exam. But the feeling "somebody is there to help me" makes you stay calm and peaceful.

Important Points to Note :
  • The difficulty levels of the IBPS exams (for Apti, Reasoning, Computers and English sections) are like this
    • IBPS PO   >   IBPS RRB PO   >   IBPS Clerks   >   IBPS RRB Clerks
  • The difficulty levels of General Awareness section is like this
    • IBPS PO   >   IBPS Clerks    IBPS RRB PO     >   IBPS RRB Clerks 
  • No need to put stress on Banking Awareness for IBPS RRB Exams. They mainly focus on Current Affairs only. 
  • Merely passing the exam wont help you at all. Your job is totally dependentent on the rank you get. The higher rank you get, the more chances for the selection. So, don't just try to clear the exam. Try to give your best. 
Final words : Friends, we hope this article will help you in your preparation and last but not the least, the main aim of Gr8AmbitionZ.com is to provide complete quality study materials of competitive exams for free. So, feel free to review our materials. So please feel free to share your views on the topics which are not clear in this blog, the areas which we should concentrate more and any other improvement you want to see in Gr8AmbitionZ so that we can make them available soon. All the Best.

That's all for now friends. Happy Reading :)

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222 comments:

  1. thank you very good work could you help me out with scale 2 marketing officer rrb

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    1. We will try to upload soon Friend. By the way, we have posted some marketing materials for SBI PO Exams. I hope this may come use of you. Have a look.
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      All the Best.

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    2. thanks you good job & its help me for positive thinking

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    3. For every Day GK Updates and Bank exams preparation visit http://bankerscoaching.com/

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    1. For every Day GK Updates and Bank exams preparation visit http://bankerscoaching.com/

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  3. Mam I don't get the last part ....i.e the difficulty levels mentioned,
    IBPS PO & CLERKS will be tuffest of all and RRB would be the basic level?

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    1. Yes friend. The difficulty level of IBPS RRBS is very low when compared to normal IBPS Exams. In simple words, IBPS RRB PO is almost similar to IBPS Clerks exam. For IBPS RRB POs and Clerks, you can expect direct questions.

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    2. well am jst going to start preparation for ibps po would you please provide me the info of exact selection procedure for this exam the expected cut offs of the recent years????

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  4. thank u very much for the prep tips...;

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  5. nice one,.... mam I m working can u please suggest me hw to start , were to start? pls

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    1. First try to analyze your skills Bhagyashree. I mean if you write the exam how many marks (approximately) will you get ? What are your weakest areas, what are your strengths etc. Based on them just make an order of subjects. Difficult subject at first, less difficult subject next.... and finally the easiest subject. Based on the list you can schedule your preparation plan. It always good to start with math because it not only saves your time but also helps you improve your confidence once you start learning topics one after another. All the Best.

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  6. Thankyou very much..god bless :)

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  7. marvellous mammmm !!thanku:)

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  8. Mam.!! I am seriously preapring for IBPS RRB Clerk Exam.I am an Employee, not able to get the whole day for preparation,but hower could spend an hour for QA and RA and I read all last six months current affiars for the exam from online . on seeing this i really felt happy which i have looking for a time to c here.Unlike many others,You really doing an amazing Job. so what i needed fro m you is what i sholud follow for General awareness part which i m really feel panic and for banking awareness too..and hoping some more suggestive points helps my preparation.
    thanks in advance..

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    1. For banking awareness our materials are more than enough Suresh. Concentrate more on current affairs, Important Events, People in news, Deaths, Who is who, And basic GK. We will try to help you with required general awareness material. And i feel one hour preparation is not enough friend. Try to spend atleast 4 to 5 hours. Its not such a big issue if you manage time. All the Best.

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  9. This site is awesome,actually i went for classes,to say frankly it's all waste of time and money,then i heard about this site and followed it now im the regular user,ADMIN special thanks to u for providing full fledged guidance.

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    1. You are right rj even i gone mahindra but its just a waste of time

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  10. That's really awesome info...Good job admin :)

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  11. very very nice post..its very helpful for me..its clear my mind to what i have to do for this exam..thank you

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  12. Thanks and pratiyogita darpan is also available online , the link is http://www.emagazine.pdgroup.in/ may be it is helpful to someone .

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    1. Thanx a lot Nitin..i was in need of this..

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    2. hi nitin
      thanks for providing e pratiyogita darpan link.
      Can you tell how can i download the magzine

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    3. thanx nithin but will u plz tell me how to download it

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  13. you are getting blessings of thousands. thank you so much

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  14. thank you madam please help me out in preparing for english and GA

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  15. you are getting blessings of thousands. thank you so much

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  16. Thank you so much mam..am very much happy to see this preparation chart..no words to say..

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  17. Thank you for the inspiration mam...

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  18. Hello , your post is really encouraging !! thanks !!

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  19. thank you madam good info....
    Please help me out in english( sections like arranging sentences in order and close set) and General awarness(which topics need to e covered).

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  20. hii...cant u suggest where i can find d syllabus n practice papers

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    1. Updated in the article itself Avantika. If you are asking about the syllabus of IBPS Clerks, then please wait for 3 more days. We will update.

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  21. mam till now i m just behaving like ur brother..thanks...by the happy rakshabandhan didi...

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    1. Thank you so much ravi. All the Best for the exam :)

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  22. thank u admin.. greambitionz z dng really a great job. This article is awesome and giving great energy for people like me. Actually till now i am in such a negative thought and decided not to write bank xams any more because i was so irritated by ibps clerks2. Though selected in interview and secured 61.40 general, no bank was alloted for me because of putting cutoffs even after the interview was cleared. so i went under depreesion. but after reading this article i got new energy to prepare and i will try do my best.

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    1. Did not u alotted in second round?

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    2. no i understood dat my score is very less for gen catergory. in 2nd round the cutoff is like 64.20 just 1 point less than the previous one

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  23. Great Ambitions Great Work "no words to express concern about the needy persons"

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  24. Thank you so much:) great work:)

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  25. GREAT WORK SHIV,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,THANK U SOOOOOOO........MUCH

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  26. THANK YOU SO MUCH MAM

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  27. thankssss allloooottttttttttttt madam

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  28. Thank u so much ................

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  29. u r just doing a fabulous job..very helpful Blog..
    Thankyou so much..

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  30. very inspiring article thank you so much admin realy

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  31. hi everyone need a little help here, i did a blunder while filling ibps po form,i hv dn mms finance which is equivalent of mba finance but in the form i filled my pg degree as mba,now i am worried that they will disqualify me during doc verification.cn smthing like that happen?please let me know if there is any solution to this.

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  32. interesting and real words to participate in the long run :)
    These words get real meaning if taken to heart and preparation gets stronger
    Great work admin!

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  33. thank u alot much your words are sooo encouraging and practically good it helps us very much and all the best... for u and also wh are preparing for exams

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  34. Thanks a lot mam

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  35. thanku ..really inspiring

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  36. Hmmm........congratulations for your commendable efforts.......i qualified last year through ibps 2012 and presently working with BOI and preparing for Civil Services.........i would just like to add a few more suggestions like i found Fast Track Objective Arithmetic by Rajesh Verma far more useful than the regular R S AGGARWAL book for aptitude as suggested here.........and yes as you rightly suggested practice is the only way you get through this exam.............for me it was like i solved 100 Model Test Papers before appearing for the exam.....so that i could have the confidence of 100 times passing the exam before i appeared and passed it in reality............believe me it builds your psychological habit of qualifying.................and yes SPIRITUALITY does play a role in this race... You keep the good work going.....GOD BLESS

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    1. Thanks for ur suggestion .. Mr. rishav!!

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    2. gud.it encourage me.thanku..

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  37. Rishave Verma added more strength to this inspirational planning of gr8ambitionz. This site always provides the best material for any exam.

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  38. ibps preparation article is very inspiring me thank u sir.ur site is very useful to exam shooters

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  39. its really a useful post

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    1. It's very useful suggestions with positive thought. Great site,keep it up.Your words are inspiring me so much.each words are truth. "Practice Makes A Man Perfect".great ADMIN.

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  40. thnks..very nice efort..4 othrs lik me..

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  41. thnks..very nice efort..4 othrs lik me..

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  42. Thanx ma'am...it's motivating....

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  43. really this information motivate me. i lost everything in my life except my confidence to get a bank job. i hope i will definitely get job

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  44. hey friends ,
    try the following lines
    whenever you feel that
    you are not so much talented to face a problem -

    *** Ae sitam-gar , aa hunar aajmaaye ...
    tum teer aajmayo , hum jigar aajmaaye ***

    (Prithvi Raj)

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  45. mam,is tis 1 month is sufficient for ibps po preparation..i started studying 2day only as i was not feelin well.i applied fr ibps po wid grt aspirations to clear it..bt i met an accident inbetween...nw i recoverd completly and confused whethr tis 1 mnth is sufficient...help me wid ur suggestions..

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    1. If you are serious and dedicated then 1 month is enough friend. I know a person who cleared the first IBPS PO exam with only 40 days of prpearation. He dont even know the basics when he started. Be focused and don't be distracted.

      You said that you met with an accident. Everything is ok now ? I mean are you healthy enough for the preparation ? If yes then try to divide your month as 4 + 20 + 6 days. First four days concentrate only on basics. Like memorizing formulas, squares, cubes, maths tables and basic grammar rules upto 20 and review the topics you have to prepare (what is what).

      For remaining 20 days you can prepare the actual topics. Apti and Reasoning at early morning hours and you can schedule remaining subjects according to your convenience.

      And last but not the least, AVOID NEGATIVE THOUGHTS.. Enough is enough... We can't change it. Try your best to utilize the remaining precious time we have. All the Best.

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  46. hi .......can you provide current gk of last six months in one pdf ........



    thanks
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  47. hii,congrats for ur wndrful site..can u plz hlp me in mkng my time-table.i have only 1month left for my ibps po n I truly want to crack it..i am going coaching classes also for 3hours so plz hlp me to make a convinent tymtble..I vil strictly follow it..

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    1. If you are going to coaching classes, then that means you might have already got the clear idea on the topics right ? As I've already mentioned above, early morning hours are good for practicing Apti and Reasoning sections supriya. You can schedule remaining sections according to your convenience. Pick a topic per day and work with that topic. Read basics, memorize formulas (try to understand them instead of mugging them up, so that you never forget them) and practice as many problems you can as possible. Don't neglect General and Banking Awareness. Try to spend atleast 2 hours per day for it (night times). Try to complete this whole process in 20 days. Remaining 10 days you can work on practice tests. Ask your insti to provide mock online exams. If they don't then just buy a practice workbook and practice on your own. Try to solve atleast a paper per day in the specified time.

      Remember, good preparation is not enough for the exam.. You should practice well.. All the Best :)

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  48. Sir mere andar josh bhar gya h.... Really gr8 job. ..........

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  49. Thankyou very much sir

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  50. THANQ VERY MUCH FOR PROVIDING MOST USEFUL MATERIAL TO PREPARE FOR BANK EXAMS

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  51. REALY THIS IS THE FIRST TIME I HAVE READ SUCH A WONDERFUL ARTICLE...WOW I FEEL ENERGETIC...I'LL DEFINITELY CRACK MY EXAM...THANK U ADMIN FOR UR WONDERFUL POSITIVE THOUGHT ARTICLE I HAVE EVER READ

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  52. Awesome post mam. Thank u so much. It is very useful to every person. Please increase the content.

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  53. I have so much important things to know and I have been posting my comments since the start of this blog but I have never seen my comments getting approved. Why?
    On the other hand, useless comments like "thank you", "nice post" etc gets approved.

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    1. It is because those comments don't need responses Sumanta. So our moderators will approve them. They just forward those comments which have questions in them to the Admins so that we can refer and answer them. As I've already mentioned earlier, now a days we're lil busy making study materials. So not getting enough time to answer all the comments. And by the way, we don't have any of your comments in the database. Please check whether you are getting the confirmation message after submitting the comments. Anyways, extremely sorry for the inconvenience caused... Good day.

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    2. Thank you so much mam for replying. I had posted my comments but they were not approved may be that's why I didn't get any confirmation message.
      I wanted to know about the ways to improve my problem areas. I posted in the sitting arrangement's page to know about the tricks to solve the complex sitting arrangements that is asked in the P.O level exams. In this page I posted to know about the way to get selected in the interviews as I have cleared 5 written exams but wasn't able to cross the finishing line. Is it my luck which is stopping me?

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    3. Working on them Sumanta. We will try to upload them by next week. And for interviews there are a number of things you should take into consideration... over-qualification, qualifying the entrance exams in border marks, not satisfying the interviewrs with your answers etc. Just try to review your interview experiences once so that you will get the reason. All the Best.

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  54. thank you so much mam....great work.....but I am very confused about number questions...... could you please say number of questions for each section and marks for ibps po 2013oct....... will it be similar to RRBPO 2013sep?...

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  55. thank you so much mam..... great work!!!!! could you please tell me number of questions and marks for each section......... will it be similar to RRBPO 2013sep?

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  56. Thanks mam,to give the valuable suggessions,it'll really helpful to me.

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  57. THANK U SO MUCH. G8 ARTCILE, G8 INSPIRATION. I M UR FOLLOWER NOW. PLZ UPDATE SOM E MORE BOOSTING THINGS BEFORE IBPS PO.

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  58. thank u so much mam. this is really boosting and helpfull. plz post some more boosting things before po exam.

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  59. thank you very much

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  60. i just wanna say is thanksssssssss

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  61. hii thanks for giving dis information and i feel that it is useful for me...

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  62. thank u so much for giving valuable information............

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  63. which one is the best practice set book for bank exam..... kiran"s orArihant ?
    plz share your views...!!

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  64. thanks man for give this most important inspiration to do prepration for exams..................

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  65. Very motivating!!! Thanx a lot..:)

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  66. really helpful............thnx a lot.............didi...........

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  67. very helpful nd motivating too.....thnx

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  68. Awesome article..Will boost the confidence

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  69. ma'm please upload current affairs summary type pdf like u provide at the time of SBI PO...

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  70. Thank you its really awesome tips

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  71. very very very ..................... best IBPS preparetion site.

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  72. how many questions we have to answer in each section in ibps p.o & clerical to qualify ???

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  73. plz tel me what is the syllabus for ibps clerk III

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  74. great helpful article.........thnx

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  75. thanks u realy motivate me ..........

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  76. Which book is better for practice for IBPS clerical xm?

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  77. Hai Mam,
    When will the RRB result announced?? kindly do reply

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  78. Hi...............

    I have new For your site. Today I saw your site and i like it. Please help me actualy I applied for IBPS CWE iii 2013 and I have not joined any coaching class I prepare from IBPS CWE iii book but There is not shortcuts for reasoning and quantative still i have not done good
    preparation for exam actuly I have finding for tricks for reasoning and quantative. please please please help me I m more confuse becouse there so many site and can not deciding which site select. Is Your site enough for this exam? all shortcut tricks here? please reply past and tel me how can i prepare and what can i do. I have not suffucient time. can you help me please........please ........please.......I m so depress becouse this is my last year

    Thanks so much in advance

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  79. thanq u very much for your advice

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  80. thanq you very much for your advice

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  81. PLEASE POST SOME SHORT-CUT METHODS FOR APPTI...

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  82. Thank you soo much very useful article............

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  83. thank you madam ,, it s so helpful lot

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  84. Thank you very much for your tips

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  85. Gr8ambitionz... A Real Well-wisher.

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  86. Thank you very much. It is really helpful for me. Good job..

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  87. Thanks....This site covers almost all topics. Keep it up!

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  88. Thanks a Ton Admin... You are the best admin of all..

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  89. Hello.. So nice message... Can you just suggest me some preperation plan?
    I am working as a S/W engineer from past three years. But I would like to become a bank officer. I cleared 2009 SBI clerk exam but lost in interview. I have 4 years of experience in teaching field in maths. Even i took some classes on Reasoning for bank exams 2 years back.

    I forgot almost all the topics now. And not able to concentrate on reading now (applied for IT Officers-2014).
    Any suggestions?

    Thanks in advance.

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  90. Hello.. So nice message... Can you just suggest me some preperation plan?
    I am working as a S/W engineer from past three years. But I would like to become a bank officer. I cleared 2009 SBI clerk exam but lost in interview. I have 4 years of experience in teaching field in maths. Even i took some classes on Reasoning for bank exams 2 years back.

    I forgot almost all the topics now. And not able to concentrate on reading now (applied for IT Officers-2014).
    Any suggestions?

    Thanks in advance.

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  91. Thanks a lot for what you are providing for all the bank aspirants. I am having a doubt which is killing me and diverting my preparation. Once we clear the written exam, We are called for the interview. Does the interviewer give any importance to age? I mean I am 22 years old .Suppose I have been called for an interview.Myself and another guy having 28 yrs are facing the interview.Does the interviewer give more importance to him as he is on the very edge of crossing the age limit? Or he will not take the age into account. Please clarify it. Another question is I am a btech graduate. Will MBA students or say students who have finance,banking in their degree subjects gain more importance than us? Well it looks a bit weird but if hope you can understand my problem..

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  92. Thanks a lot for what you are providing for all the bank aspirants. I am having a doubt which is killing me and diverting my preparation. Once we clear the written exam, We are called for the interview. Does the interviewer give any importance to age? I mean I am 22 years old .Suppose I have been called for an interview.Myself and another guy having 28 yrs are facing the interview.Does the interviewer give more importance to him as he is on the very edge of crossing the age limit? Or he will not take the age into account. Please clarify it. Another question is I am a btech graduate. Will MBA students or say students who have finance,banking in their degree subjects gain more importance than us? Well it looks a bit weird but if hope you can understand my problem..

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  93. I am a btech graduate preparing for bank exams. I am having a doubt which is diverting my preparation. my question is if I have been called for an interview. Me(22 years) and a guy of 28 years are facing the interview. Will the interviewer give more importance to him as he is on the very edge of age limit? And my second question is in interview will MBA, commerce students gain more advantage than us as we are of engineering stream and they are very much closer to banking stream? Or it entirely depends on how we perform during interview? Well it looks a bit weird but if you find some time please do reply me. Thanx in advance.

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  94. Could u plz suggest me the books for maths which are easily understandable and

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  95. Could you plz suggest me the book for maths which is easily understandable & short tricks are given

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  96. superb site.really useful..thank u:)

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  97. Thanks a lot admin!! Keep up your good work:)

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  98. hello ma'am
    Ma'am i am very confused that should i do job or not.after job i get free by 2 pm.i m doing preparation since 2yrs for banking.should 6 hrs enough for bank po preparation.

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  99. thanku ma'am ur article really incourage us....plz give some tips about how are we prepare for so examination....

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  100. please advice is it better to apply in karnataka or kerala for ibps clerk as cut oiff for karnataka is less and kerala more .i know only malayalam and not kannada .i am learning kannada nowadays .
    kindly suggest

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  101. nice and simple that every one could understand easily thank u so much

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  102. nice and simple every one can understand easily last year i attend nearly 11 bank exams but i didnt get it because of lake of preparation procedure and time management thank you so much

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  103. Hi.Great job!! i have a small doubt. I belong to OC category, will this makes my exam difficult to get pass?

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  104. Hi Mam currently I am working in pvt company. I went office at 9 and came at 6. and Saturday Sunday is off.
    I want to prepare for IT officer. please suggest me how to start and scheduled for this.I am not much confident in English paper for this some time I think to join any coaching center should I join it at Saturday Sunday or not I am much confused..:( and also suggest me only preparation for IT officer is ok or I have to think for PO level bcoz some of my frnds told me that if you will prep. for PO level you can easily target IT too..

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  105. thanks i rely motivet for banking exam.ones agin meny meny thank u mam

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  106. thanks mam............for motivating me.

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  107. when is the next expected date for IBPS-IV?

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  108. When is the next expected date for IBPS-IV?

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  109. thanks you so much for giving a enthusiastic suggestion.I appreciate .

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  110. Thank you so much for giving a enthusiastic suggestion.i appreciate

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  111. thank you so much for giving enthusiastic suggestion.I appreciate

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  112. thank u mam for ur support...it will be more motivating if u include motivational thoughts daily
    thank you

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  113. Gr8 job maam, soo motivational....................lotz of blessings 4m our North East

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  114. Gr8 job maam, soo motivational................lotz of blessings to you from our North East

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  115. nice................. :) and Thank You

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  116. hi

    i got selected as po in karur vysya bank , and now i got clerk in indian overseas bank. im in a dilemma of where 2 join? please help friends

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  117. Thank you Sir. for sharing precious thoughts

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  118. the provided information is too good
    thanq very much sir.
    It is very helpful for me thanks a lot

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  119. hello, I am working professional recently started preparing for SO IT ,I have already made fool of myself by giving 7K to a class but they dun teach or give practice material which is equivalent to SO level. i am able to solve the clerical question paper but not at all the SO ones .Please could you suggest some thing where I can speed up my practice to be able to solve SO papers.

    Regards
    Antara

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  120. madam plz publish more marketing materials for sbi clerical exam....

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  121. madam plz publish more marketing materials for sbi clerical exam...

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  122. mam i have no words to tell you how helpful these information which you posted every day related to different exam.......... earlier i spend 3-4 hours on facebook ..after visiting to your site i spend 3-4 hours daily on your web site and get lot of knowledge which provide me confidence and satisfaction.
    thanks a lot and all the best

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  123. mam please upload some aptitude problems on the difficulty level of po. as have not appeared for last year po. so it will be useful to me to clear it

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