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IBPS Clerk Exam 2014: Last Minute Tips

Institute of Banking and Personnel Selection (IBPS) is all set to conduct Common Written Examination (CWE) for recruitment of Clerical Cadre in Public Sector Banks. The IBPS CWE Exam 2014 commenced from 6 December 2014.

Dec 6, 2014 17:00 IST
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Institute of Banking and Personnel Selection (IBPS) is all set to conduct Common Written Examination (CWE) for recruitment of Clerical Cadre in Public Sector Banks. The IBPS CWE Exam 2014 commenced from 6 December 2014. The aspirants must be thriving towards last minute preparation for exam.

Here, the banking team of jagarnjosh.com has come up with last minute tips and strategy to ease the candidates from last minute rushing.

The aspirant for the examination should follow some tips and strategies that will boost up their confidence level and smooth their last minute preparation can be better than ever. The banking team of Jagranjosh.com has arrived in with few time management tips that can help you to be more accurate with your preparations. Some tips are mentioned below:

Practicing of Model Papers

If you are willing to crack through the written exam of IBPS Clerk, you need to have a strict look at your watch. You can’t let a second go waste. There are 200 questions overall that needs to get solved in 120 minutes which makes the job a real tough one. You would get less than a minute’s time to solve a particular question. Hence, you need to start practicing today while keeping a watch beside you, counting the time that you take to finish your practice sets. Some of the papers like Reasoning and Numerical Ability take more time to solve and thus a proper adjustment should be made in the time given to these questions while you are practicing, so that you can perform the same while giving the examination.

Reach the Venue before 30 minutes

It is very essential for candidates to reach the examination venue before time. Try to reach the place 30 minutes prior to the time of examination. This will help you to avoid all kind of discomfort and problems that may arise while transportation. It is advisable for the appearing candidates to visit the examination center a day before the examination so that you can get an idea about the exact location of the exam center.

Carry Essential Documents

Candidates should keep in mind to carry all the necessary documents with them at the time of examination. Voter card, admit card, pencil box are such items that need to be brought by you into the examination hall. Voter Card is an important document that will keep you away from all the problems that can arise regarding your identity.

Take a quick glance

Candidate should have a quick glance at the topics and the questions that are given in question paper. Do not take much time to take an overview of the question paper. This process will help you to count on the time that you need to solve each section of the question paper.

Proper Time Division

Candidates should divide the time as per difficulty level of questions. The allotment of the time for every section is necessary. This will help the candidates to manage the time for each section.  They can avoid the circumstances of falling shortage of time. Even in some cases time gets well managed and there is left over time for revising the answer sheet.

Revision of Answer

After completing the question paper and answering all the known questions, you should check the answer sheet thoroughly. Revising the answer sheet can help you fetch the wrong answers, if any. You can immediately change it, as negative marking is applicable in the examination. Try to avoid answering those questions you are not sure of.

 

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