This year it is going to be an acid test for all of you since banking examinations are becoming difficult day by day. In this article, the focus will be on English Language section for upcoming SBI PO exam that has been the nemesis for most of the candidates.
SBI PO examination is a dream for lot of students because of the pay scale and career progression offered by this bank. However in order to crack this examination, you need proper planning and effective execution of the same. This article is about that only.
In this article, we are going to provide you with the master strategy to crack the computer awareness section in the SBI PO exam 2017 with conviction.
SBI PO examination has often thrown challenges to Arts graduates in sections such as Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude. Here, we are providing some tips for arts background aspirants to prepare QA section.
To help you to crack SBI PO prelims 2017, we are bringing to you the detailed study plan for the next one moth so that you can follow the same and finish the syllabus in time with proper revision.
IBPS interview is of 100 marks and all of you have to get at least a minimum marks in order to be get selection in the final allocation list. So, you have to prepare your best to get a hang of the whole process.
General Awareness is going to play a vital role in your selection in SBI PO examination 2017 and that is why it is very important that you follow the right strategy to score well in this section.
A major part of your selection in SBI PO 2017 will depend on Quantitative aptitude and data analysis. That is why we are bringing to you the detailed strategy to master this section within the remaining period of time so that you can make it a cakewalk during the actual examination.
In this article, our focus will be on reasoning ability as this section will be there both in the prelims examination and the mains examination. The marks allotted in prelims are 35 and in the mains examination, the same is for 60 marks.
In this article, we are going to focus on the body language tips that may make or break or future in that hallowed interview room.
IBPS PO interview is going to start and we are bringing to you the basic question that most of you will face in the interview.
In this article, we shall discuss the common interview questions with answers so that you get an idea regarding how to answer the questions effectively.
In this article, we are going to discuss about the changes that have taken place in banking examinations and the ways that should be adopted in order to crack these examinations.
Sometimes you may wonder how come some people do calculations at a lightning speed. You frequently come across this situation in case you are attending any coaching classes. Well, there is no magic in it.
In this article, we shall not go into the spelling rules that will add burden to your syllabus but will try some practical methods in which you can remember correct spellings while attempting the bank examinations.
You need to give your best in the interview to get the job of PO in public sector bank and let us discuss certain things that can help you in your preparation and also in the process of interview.
In this article, we shall try to give you a long term strategy for bank examinations so that by 2018, you certainly have a job in hand as an officer in a bank.
Reading comprehension is the most important topic in English section in bank exams as you can easily get 10 to 15 marks in this topic. In this article, we shall discuss important techniques to solve these questions quickly.
IBPS has made several changes in the recruitment process of SO as compared to the last year process and this is going to be a game changer this year. In this article, we are going to discuss these changes in detail.
Newspapers are an important source of information that also improves the comprehension skills of the aspiring candidates, giving them the required confidence and knowledge to crack any competitive examination.
RBI recently released the notification for the post of RBI Assistant for the year 2016. The preliminary examination for the same will be conducted on 23rd and 24th December. Here the banking team of jagran josh is providing the details about the new exam pattern of the exam.
A banking job requires equal ease with all the subjects in the examination. The key to score maximum marks in IBPS clerk exam is the ‘selection’ of the right question to attempt.
The IBPS is all set to conduct the main examination for PO/MT on 20th November 2016. The mains examination will consist of subjects same as last year i.e. quant, reasoning, English, computer aptitude and general awareness with time duration of 2 hours 20 minutes. This is the first time that the exam will be conducted in a new pattern i.e. allotted sectional timing for each section of the exam.
Psychometric Test is the test of a candidate’s psychological suitability for the banking job that he or she is appearing for. There is certainly no right or wrong answer in case of this test but this test is basically an examination of one’s psychology to work in banks in the future.
Well, we all know that the competition for the IBPS PO examination is very high and everybody wants a job and for every job gained, a number of candidates will miss the bus. Hence, the only way to get final selection is to increase your marks as much as possible. So, how to do that?
You must be very alert and good to find out the errors in any of these questions since these questions may bring you easy marks or may make your life miserable in the examination hall. In any banking or other examination, you may expect 5-10 questions on spotting errors and that is why, we shall discuss some useful tips to solve these questions in this article.
IBPS has conducted the RRB Officer Scale I preliminary examination on 4th November 2016. Read the article for detailed exam Analysis.
IBPS PO and Clerical examinations are coming up and a lot of candidates are going to appear in these examinations to be held in the coming months. Some will succeed and some will again appear in the examination next year. So, what makes the difference between these two categories? What do the successful people have that the others don’t have?
A cloze test also known as Fill in the blanks is a Sentence Completion Test where you are given with a passage having some blanks. This test analyses your understanding of the passage, i.e. reading comprehension, at the same time assesses your vocabulary and grammatical skills.
IBPS has changed the process of recruitment for office assistants and officers in the various Regional Rural Banks in the country. This is the first time that IBPS has introduced the pattern of preliminary examination for the recruitment process in RRBs.