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IBPS has issued a notification for the replacement of probationary officers / management trainees in public sector banks. 4336 posts are expected to be filled but this number is likely to increase by the time the final appointments are made. Eligibility is selected through prelims, mains writing exams and interviews conducted online. Candidates must pass the prelims and mains exam with minimum marks in each section. For each wrong answer, a quarter of the marks allocated to that question are deducted. Preliminary, mains cover all seven divisions, while three of the preliminaries are located in mains. Quantitative aptitude in prelims and data interpretation in mains belong to the same category. Preliminary preparation will also be completed if the mains are ready.

Bank Officer. . . The dream of many job seekers! IBPS has issued a statement for the replacement of 4336 posts giving good news. Degree eligibility, aged between 20 - 30 years may apply. It is now time to prepare for the three-pronged test. Both preliminary and mains have similar subjects. So the preparation should also meet. Prelims is ready for me. The focus should be on learning rather than learning. Doing so is possible in the bank!

what section?

Quantitative Aptitude: This section of the Preliminary contains general questions ranging from Simplify Cations, Approximate Values, Number Series, Quadratic Equations, Data Sufficiency, Data Interpretation, Permutation - Combinations, Probability, Various Arithmetic Items.

Data Analysis and Interpretation: Arithmetic Topics must be well learned to achieve this section of Mains. A good understanding of Personages, Average, Ratio and Proportion. Call cues should be able to do it fast. Practice is essential to this section.

Reasoning in both Preliminary and Mains: Reasoning and Computer Aptitude. Reasoning questions for the PO exam are high. Specifically, the options in the statement query are all correct. Take care. Such questions can be easily achieved if you increase your knowledge of English. 5 - 10 questions from Computer Aptitude.

English Language: This section contains descriptive tests, along with both prelims and mains. Very important. Typical questions include Sentence Completion, Para-Jumbled Correction of Sentences, close Test, Fill in the Blanks Model Questions along with Reading Comprehension, synonyms and Antonyms. These are easily accomplished by grasping on the grammar. Reading comprehension questions can be achieved if the passage can be read and understood faster. The descriptive test consists of letter and essay writing. Take any subject and make sure that you can write an essay with 150 - 200 words. It is in this sector that most bank exams fail.

General / Economy / Banking Awareness: It contains queries from current affairs, banking terminology and standard geeks. Banking and financial relations are often questioned. The latest development maps of the last 5 and 6 months should be well looked after. The IMF, the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank and so on International organizations, NITI  Aayog, India's economy, banking system,  central government schemes, stock market, national and international day. Rather than just answering the question, you should know things thoroughly. Use them during the interview if you know them and analytically.
                                    
                                         The preliminary has been around for two and a half months. Prepare sections for the along mains to be completed. For the first time, bank examiners should learn the topics and practice various questions. Complete model questionnaires should be written in a time-tested manner. This will determine how many queries can be reached in the specified time. Changes in readiness may be appropriate. Considering the past question papers, we can see how and what the questions are important to know how many hours you are preparing, rather than how many hours you spend.

Prelims Exam Policy Section Questions Marks Duration 
English Language 30 Questions, 30 Marks, 20 Minutes.
Quantitative Aptitude 35 Questions, 35 Marks, 20 Minutes. 
Reasoning Ability 35 Questions, 35 Marks, 20Minutes.
Total: 100 Questions, 100 Marks.

Online application: 07-08-2019 to 28-08-2019
Prelims Exam: October 12/13/19/20
Mains: 30-11-2019
Apply: ibps.in

First time win


The IBPS PO exam is the first time that you can win the exam. It is important to use it properly. 10 principles to use. . .

1. How to pay attention: This is the first question that candidates should ask themselves. It is easy to see for themselves whether they can work hard to achieve success.

2. Awareness on Examination If you are writing the test for the first time, you should be fully aware of it. Examination, syllabus, subjects, queries etc. should be prepared.

3. Planning: Prepare and plan how much time you have in preparation.

4. Subject Preparedness: Subjects have to learn and practice questions, especially in Arithmetic and Reasoning. Focus on the easy ones first and then the tough ones.

5. Shortcuts: focus on getting things done fast. You need to learn as many shortcuts as possible. Speed made methods should be practiced in order to make call copies faster.

6. Improving Speed: The IBPS PO Prelims Exam will only take an hour to achieve 100 questions. Available to achieve a query on average is only 36 seconds. Getting the fastest questions is the most essential. This should be practiced as much as possible.

7. The grip on English is usually where most candidates fail. The IBPS PG exam has an English section in Prelims, Mains and Descriptive in Mains. A firm grasp on this is a must. This is why grammar must be taken. Letter writing and essays should be well practiced.

8. Sample questionnaires: Don't focus on learning until the end. Create awareness on the test. . A full range of tests can help with this. Determined at least two to three tests should be written at the time. This will give you an understanding of how many queries you can achieve in a given time, and what needs to be improved.

9. Prerequisites: Candidates should start the section that they consider to be Sulu during the exam. The lightest of them should be accomplished first and the tough / most time consuming ones later. If there is time you should try to achieve them.

10. Practice. . Practice: This is the key to the whole process. Success depends on how much you practice. Practice any known questions / sections. This is what drives the candidate to victory.

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