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Wednesday, 27 September 2017

Perfect Strategy To Crack IBPS PO PRE Exam In Last 10 Days

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Perfect Strategy To Crack IBPS PO PRE Exam In Last 10 Days

Dear aspirants,

Just 10 days left for IBPS PO Prelims Examination. We are very sure that you all are prepared for this exam. It is quite common to be nervous in the last few days before examination. You all must be in dilemma about what to study and what not to study.
So to brush up your last minute preparation we are providing you a perfect strategy for the last 10 days to crack this exam. In last 10 days only focus on those particular topics which will help in scoring more marks. Do not focus on such topics which carry only 1 or 2 marks questions. Here we require a perfect strategy to crack this exam in an effective way to score the maximum marks. 

Some basic guidelines for the last 10 days:

1. At least 8 hours should be given each day for studies. In which two hours separately should be allotted to each respective sections. In the remaining two hours two STs should be solved daily. 

2. You need not study any new topic. Only revise the earlier studied topics. 

3. In last 7-10 day slot, practice maximum STs, because on the final day of exam only your time management matters a lot. The more you practice the more you learn to manage time during examination.

Quantitative Aptitude

This section contains 35 questions with overall weightage of 35 marks. 

DAY 1-3: In these three initial days focus on easy and scoring topics of quantitative aptitude. 

Topics you need to cover in these 3 days are:

1) Number series (5 marks)

2) Inequality (5 marks)

3) Approximation (5 marks)

This will confirm 15 marks. 

DAY 4-6: Cover advanced topics in this slot. 

Topics you need to cover in these days are:

1. Percentage, profit & loss

2. Word problems 

This slot will cover 10 marks paper.

DAY 7-10: In these last days cover all form of Data Interpretation i.e. Tabular, Pie, Bar diagram, linear.

Reasoning Ability

This section also consist of 35 questions of 35 marks. 

DAY 1-3: Easy scoring topics should be covered in these initial three days.

1. Coding-decoding

2. Inequality

3. Syllogism

This section will confirm approx. 10 marks.

DAY 4-6: Some difficult and time consuming topics needs to be covered in these days. 

1. Seating arrangement

2. Puzzles

3. Blood relations

This section will cover 20 marks approx.

Day 7-10: All miscellaneous topics of reasoning should be covered in this slot of time. It will cover 5 marks approx.

English Language

It is one of the most important sections in the exam. It has always consisted minimum cut off as per some consecutive years. You need to follow a particular strategy to score high in this section.

DAY 1-3: The topics you need to cover are:

1. Error detection

2. Vocabulary 

This section consist of approx. 10 marks. 

DAY 4-6: Topics which are to be covered in this slot are:

1. Reading comprehension 

2. Cloze test

3. Rearrangement of sentences

This section will cover approximately 20 marks.

DAY 7-10: Practice complete papers as many as possible. 

These are the above sections which are essential to crack pre examinations. 

First of all, your goal must be to crack Prelim examination and the mains examination must be later. Nevertheless, you need to focus each and every sections properly because you never know, when the IBPS would going to make changes in the examination pattern as it has now famous for drastic and repeatedly changes in the examination.

Here one of the most essential things that you must follow is that try to attempt the Mock Tests the more you can, because what you’ve studied is verified only when you attempt your Test.

We wish you all the best for your bright future.

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