IBPS Clerk Exam 2015: Syllabus and Preparation Tips for English Language

Indian Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has invited candidates to apply for clerical posts in participant national banks like every year. The written exams this year would consist of prelims and mains as lakhs of candidates apply for the jobs every year. The body has decided to conduct the Clerical Preliminary Exam (CWE V), this year in the month of December and the successful candidates would get through to the Mains Exams which is scheduled to take place in the month of January 2016. The process of filling application forms for the examination has begun and the aspiring candidates, due to fierce completion from fellow applicants should begin preparing from now onwards.

The preliminary exam would be easier in comparison to the mains and would contain three papers instead of five in the mains. The three papers are English Language, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability which in total would contain 100 marks. The candidates need to pass in each of the exams to be able to qualify for the Main written examination. The candidates would need to solve 100 questions in total under 60 minutes which itself is a challenging feat to achieve. There is no point of guessing as well as there would be negative marking on every wrong evaluation of the candidates. English Language paper is probably the only paper where the candidates can save time and use the time to solve questions of the other papers in the examination.

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Syllabus for English Language: Although IBPS does not provide syllabus, Jagranjosh has come up with topics to be prepared for IBPS Clerk Exam 2015.

The topics list:

1. Vocabulary:

2. Grammar:

3. Reading Comprehension:

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