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    njn251
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    How to prepare for IBPS Exam?


    i submit ibps test form. now i cant understand that how prepare dis test so please tell me that how i am prepare dis test series.





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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    Hi friend,

    Hardly one month is enough for preparation.check the below sections so that you can get an idea abt the preparation.

    Tough sections in ibps exam:

    >Quantitative aptitude
    >reasoning

    Topics you have to start first(sequence):

    >General awareness
    >Computer knowledge
    >English
    >Reasoning
    >Quantitative aptitude

    These are the best books to refer for the IBPS exam:
    >R Gupta's Bank PO exam guide
    >Arihant's Objective Computer Awareness book
    >Abhijit Guha's bank PO quantitative aptitude test book.
    >R P Verma's IBPS CWE exam
    >State Bank Of India And Associates Probationary Officer Exam Practice Work Book (Paperback edition) by Kiran Prakashan
    >Upkar's Bank Probationary Officers examination preparation book

    All the best !!!




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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    IBPS exam comprises Objective and Descriptive question
    • Verbal/Numeric Reasoning

    • General English

    • Banking/Insurance/Investment sector

    • Computers

    • quantitative aptitude

    you prepare the reasoning , quantitative aptitude , and other section ... keep the time limit

    as time play very important role in the exam ..

    you have to take as less time as you can to answer a question .. to be such a fast into the

    questions.. you have a practice the four sections nicely .. under stand the basic concept

    and try to solve the problem with the short cut methods ...

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    Dear friend,,
    IBPS conducts exam to recruit candidates as probitionary officers,managment trainees and clerks in 19 participating banks all over the country
    Solved question papers of po clerks exam from 2003-2010
    By Kiran prakashan is the best one to purchase


    ELIGIBILITY FOR IBPS
    • Age limit for IBPS is 18 28 yrs
    • You have secured 60% marks in Matric/ Std.10th/ SSLC OR50% marks in 12th or Intermediate/ Pre-university level OR Pass in degree (any discipline) from a recognized university, as on 1.08.2011
    • You Have to appear for test from a state where you prefer to work
    • You should possess proficiency in the official language of that state.
    EXAM STRUCTURE FOR IBPS

    • There wil be 5 sections in exam
    • Test of Reasoning
    • Test of English Language-25 for objective,25 for descriptive
    • Test of Numerical Ability
    • Test of General Awareness
    Test of computer knowledge
    Each section contain 50 questions for 1 marks each

    Total will be of 250 marks
    For more information visit:
    http://www.ibps.in/

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    You have need to exercised on the main topics of aptitude,which are more important in exam.you have to qualify in all sections.
    Join the coching center.
    make a time table to regular study.

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    hello
    It is clear from the pattern that the IBPS clerk exam is very similar to other bank tests in India. One book we suggest for our readers is Bank Clerk Exam Solved Papers by Kiran publications. This question bank contains questions from previous clerk exams (2003-2011) conducted by various banks (including IBPS members) and its answers. or you can refer to competative book R.S agarwal also. And you need to keep focusing on current affairs and read newspapers daily.

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    Smile Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    Hello Friend

    IBPS ( Institute Of Banking Personnel Selection ) conducts the CWE ( Common Written Exam ) to the entry into 19 Public Sector Banks for the posts PO's / MANAGEMENT TRAINEE and Clerk Cadre's.

    IBPS conducts this CWE twice in every year for every 6 months.The selection is mainly based on the CWE score , after you qualified in the CWE each bank depend on their requirement and cut off mark they need called up for an Interview and you have to apply for the banks individually.

    So the CWE mainly consists of the following pattern and All questions are Multiple Choice Questions.

    For PO's / Management Trainee :

    The Written Exam mainly divided into 2 Sections :

    Section A :

    Consists of the following pattern of questions and you have to answer in 150 min. It consists of total 250 questions for 250 marks.

    1. Test for Reasoning - 50 questions - 50 marks
    2. General Awareness - 50 questions - 50 marks
    3. Computer Knowledge - 50 questions - 50 marks
    4. Numerical Ability - 50 questions - 50 marks
    5. English language - 50 questions - 50 marks

    Section B :

    Consists of passage reading , Letter Writing , Paragraph writing which will be having 60 minutes time.



    For Clerk Cadre :

    It consists of only one section and you have to answer it in 150 min the total questions is 250 for 250 marks. It consists of the following type


    1. Test for Reasoning - 50 questions - 50 marks
    2. General Awareness - 50 questions - 50 marks
    3. Computer Knowledge - 50 questions - 50 marks
    4. Numerical Ability - 50 questions - 50 marks
    5. English language - 50 questions - 50 marks

    So dude if you kick the IBPS test you have to maintain time sense , you should be in a position to solve as many questions as possible with in less time so that you can achieve IBPS exam.

    There are several books which guide you for the excellence to improve your skills , you can get it and practice as many papers as possible.
    Dude here i am giving you the link where you can download the papers and start practicing it

    1. http://way2freshers.net/blog/2011/08...-model-papers/

    2. http://www.successcds.net/Bank-PO/Pr...on-Papers.html

    3. http://upscportal.com/civilservices/...oficiency-Test

    4. http://bankprobationaryexamination.w...bi-bank-clerk/

    5. http://mrintech.com/download-bank-of...question-paper

    6. http://www.govtvacancies.com/sbi-ban...h-answers.html

    7. http://www.jagranjosh.com/articles-b...s-1302342793-1

    Dude besides these here i am mentioning some of the books where you purchase it and prepare for IBPS exam

    1. R.S Agrwal Bank exam solved papers

    2. Ramesh Bank exam solved papers

    3. Upkars Solved papers

    4. V.V.K Subburaj solved papers

    5. T.S Jain solved papers

    For any further information leave your message here.

    REGARDS.

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    IBPS can conduct the common written exam separately for probationary officers and clerks.
    IBPS PO exam is already over ed.
    IBPS clerical exam can be hold on 27/11/2011.

    Exam patteren:

    -Test of reasoning
    -TEst of english language
    -Test of numerical ability
    -TEst of general aware ness
    -Test of compuet knowledge.

    Reasoning:

    -You can do the daily practice of one paper.Also do the grammer,read english news paper to collect the vocabs and learn how to use them.

    Maths and Reasoning:

    First of all you have to learn the math tricks i.e short cut methods.For this maths and reasoing phase you have to purchase R.S agarwal and math book.You have to practice daily one set.

    General awareness:

    -This is most important.For this you have to see the news paper daily.What's going on present.

    Computer knowledge:

    It can be increased by doing the practical work.Here you have to learn the following topics carefully
    -Computer history
    -MS-office
    -Shortcut keys and abrivations.

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    my friend,listen me
    first of all that for any entrance exam,we have the syllabus of that exam and we should know that from this syllabus,on which chapters ,i can hold nicely and prepare it very well so that you can solve any problems from this chapter.you have to prepare also some aptitude type questions for IBPS exam.you clear most of topics if possible ,but you have hold on it.it will rise your confidence and trust to that exam that is also very helpful at exam time.then you have to practice more and more .you can also discuss with your friends abt that topics.that is helpful to remember that topic for long time.at last you can attend IBPS very well and BEST OF LUCK.

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    Hello Friend,



    There Are Only Few Standard Books Available For IBPS Exam.

    Exam Pattern :

    The Paper Consists Of Both Subjective And Objective.

    The Objective Includes Verbal,Numeric Reasoning, General English,quantitative aptitude.

    And questions related to Banking,Insurance,Investment sector, Computers.

    >Objective carries 225 marks and time will be 150 minutes.

    >The subjective Carries 25 marks only.


    For The Objective section You Can Refer The Following Book:

    Verbal and Non Verbal Reasoning by R.S. Agarwal .

    For Descriptive section You Can Refer The Following Book:

    For Descriptive You should be Fluent in English Language ,for that you can refer following books

    1)Wren

    2)Martin

    There are lot of coaching centers Available For bank exams You can go for the coaching centers to get more knowledge about the bank exam.

    You Can Go For The Institutes Like T.I.M.E. etc .

    If You Go For The Coaching Centers You Can Do well In Exam .You Can Also Prepare Well For The Exam.

    All The Best...

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    Dear friend,
    IBPS(Institute of Banking Personnel Selection) popularly known as IBPS conducts Common Examination for initial short listing of the candidates for selection of personnel in Clerical Cadre and Entry Level Officer cadre and Specialist Officers in all the 19 Public Sector Banks .

    IBPS conducts Common Written Examination (CWE) 2 times in a year for Clerical Cadre posts. The Common Written Examination consists of objective types questions, total no. of questions is 250, total marks 250 and total time duration of 150 minutes.

    To prepare for ibps exam 2011,hardly 25-30 days are enough,its depends on your hard work and knowledge in all topics,mainly aptitude and reasoning.So many students,taking coaching in institutes,some students are preparing in home itself.

    Links t? Books f?r IBPS Exam preparation:

    Common Written Examination F?r Bank P.O/ M.T
    Bank PO Planner
    BANK PO Practice Test Papers
    Bank PO Solved Papers F?r Probationary Officer & Management Trainee Common Written Examination-2011
    Encyclopedia Of General Knowledge & General Awareness
    General Socio-Economic And Banking Awareness

    Eligibility for IBPS:

    1.You should be a citizen of India.

    2.Age limit: The minimum age limit is 18 years and maximum 28 years of age If you are a general candidate.5 yrs relaxation to SC/ST,3 yrs to OBC and 10 yrs to PH candidates.

    Educational qualification:

    (1) You have to have a pass certificate with 60% marks in 10th Class. For SC,ST,OBC,EXSM candidates are just passed.

    (2) Or you have a pass certificate with 50% marks in Intermediate (10+2), For SC,ST,OBC,EXSM candidates are just passed.


    (3)Or you have degree in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent.

    Prepare well and do well in the exam.

    best of lk..

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    Dear friend,

    => Don't worry you can easily prepare for the exam..
    => You need to be perfect in general knowledge and aptitude and logical and reasoning and economics questions..
    => The maximum age for attending this entrance exam is 28yrs..
    => And try to be perfect in 10TH maths...
    => And you must have good subject knowledge in all the subjects..
    => And you can get the model papers and preparations papers from any good and big stationery stalls..
    => Prepare well and do well in the exam..

    Best of luck..

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    Topics you have to start first(sequence):

    >General awareness
    >Computer knowledge
    >English
    >Reasoning
    >Quantitative aptitude

    These are the best books to refer for the IBPS exam:
    >R Gupta's Bank PO exam guide
    >Arihant's Objective Computer Awareness book
    >Abhijit Guha's bank PO quantitative aptitude test book.
    >R P Verma's IBPS CWE exam
    >State Bank Of India And Associates Probationary Officer Exam Practice Work Book (Paperback edition) by Kiran Prakashan
    >Upkar's Bank Probationary Officers examination preparation book

    All the best !!!

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    Dear friend,
    To prepare IBPS exam you can practice Books of R S Agarwal of Quantitative Aptitude and verbal and non verbal reasoning. you can also practice previous papers of IBPS.

    this link gives you previous papers of IBPS

    http://aptitude9.com/ibps-previous-question-papers/


    All the best!!!!

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    Hardly one month is enough for preparation.check the below sections so that you can get an idea abt the preparation.

    Tough sections in ibps exam:
    1. Quantitative aptitude
    2. reasoning


    Topics you have to start first(sequence):

    1. General awareness
    2. Computer knowledge
    3. English
    4. Reasoning
    5. Quantitative aptitude


    These are the best books to refer for the IBPS exam:
    1. R Gupta's Bank PO exam guide
    2. Arihant's Objective Computer Awareness book
    3. Abhijit Guha's bank PO quantitative aptitude test book.
    4. R P Verma's IBPS CWE exam
    5. State Bank Of India And Associates Probationary Officer Exam Practice Work Book (Paperback edition) by Kiran Prakashan
    6. Upkar's Bank Probationary Officers examination preparation book

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    Hi... can anyone send me ibps bank clerk exam solved papers book by kiran prakashan......
    my id is praveena.cool13@gmail.com....
    thank u in advance

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    Now all the bank PO and clerk exams are conducted by the IBPS. The syllabus of the exams, you can download from the IBPS website. For both the exams you should start your preparation at least before six month. You should study that subject first in which you have more doubts and unclear so that at the remaining time you can also do the revision. You should study 5-6 hour daily and also cover all the subject at least four times in a week. To know more about IBPS exam please visit on this website- www.ibps.in .

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    IBPS exam comprises Objective and Descriptive question

    - Verbal/Numeric Reasoning

    - General English

    - Banking/Insurance/Investment sector

    - Computers

    - quantitative aptitude

    Topics to study:

    - General awareness
    - Computer knowledge
    - English
    - Reasoning
    - Quantitative aptitude

    all the best.....

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    Books to prepare for the IBPS examination ::


    IBPS Bank Clerical CWE Practice Work Book (Paperback)
    by Kiran Prakashan


    Target IBPS - CWE Bank Clerk Practice Workbook (Paperback)
    by Disha Experts


    IBPS Bank Clerk Solved Papers For CWE (Paperback)
    by Kiran Prakashan

    Tips to get good marks in the Board exam ::

    Study at least 8 hours a day if you want to score a good marks in the exam .

    Solve previous year question paper this will really help you to score good marks as many times question gets repeat in the exam .

    Solving model papers is really good .This will help you to increase your speed before the exam .These are also useful in case of change in the syllabus and many times questions asked are from it too .

    Making notes every time you find some thing important and something you things that not easy to remember.Making notes of such topic help you in quick revision. .You can use these notes just before the exam to keep remember important terms.

    Always keep rough notes book and pen or pencil with you while studying .Do not learn any thing orally try to write and learn as much as possible .It will help you to learn things for more time .

    One of the important mantra before the exam which you must follow is do not stress much .Well many students have the tendency to do 100% papers but stress their efficiency reduces

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    Dear Aspirant::::

    Firstly you have to strong in following areas::

    * Quantitative Aptitude
    * Reasoning
    * General Awareness
    * English Language
    * Computer knowledge

    Now, to strong your aptitude & Reasoning skills you have to do one thing that is refer " R S Agarwal " book and practice yourself as much as possible....
    Refer "pratiyogita darpan " to strong up your general awareness .....
    Computer Knowledge has sufficient knowledge to read, so surf the net to get the knowledge about basic Computer(MS-Office) ......
    Refer WREN & MARTIN to increasing up your English knowledge..


    :: All The Best

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    ELIGIBILITY FOR IBPS

    Age limit for IBPS is 18 28 yrs
    You have secured 60% marks in Matric/ Std.10th/ SSLC OR50% marks in 12th or Intermediate/ Pre-university level OR Pass in degree (any discipline) from a recognized university, as on 1.08.2011
    You Have to appear for test from a state where you prefer to work
    You should possess proficiency in the official language of that state.

    EXAM STRUCTURE FOR IBPS

    There wil be 5 sections in exam
    Test of Reasoning
    Test of English Language-25 for objective,25 for descriptive
    Test of Numerical Ability
    Test of General Awareness

    Test of computer knowledge
    Each section contain 50 questions for 1 marks each

    Total will be of 250 marks
    For more information visit:
    http://www.ibps.in/

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    THE BEST TOPICS TO PREPARE FOR IBPS EXAM ARE AS GIVEN BELOW

    QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

    REASONING

    ENGLISH

    GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

    ARITHEMETIC



    THE PAY SCALE WILL BE AROUND 16,000 TO 25,000 FOR PO OFFICERS

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    YOU SHOULD BE WELL PREPARED IN ALL THE FOLLOWING TOPICS

    ARITHEMETIC

    REASONING

    NUMERICAL ABILITY

    ENGLISH

    GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    you have to take as less time as you can to answer a question. to be such a fast into the questions.IBPS conducts exam to recruit candidates as probitionary officers,You have secured 60% marks in Matric/ Std.10th.You have need to exercised on the main topics of aptitude,which are more important in exam.It is clear from the pattern that the IBPS clerk exam is very similar to other bank tests in India and you have to do hard work for this.IBPS conducts this CWE twice in every year for every 6 months.The selection is mainly based on the CWE score and for this you can do the daily practice of one paper.Also do the grammer,read english news paper to collect the vocabs and learn how to use them.The Common Written Examination consists of objective types questions, total no. of questions is 250, total marks 250 and total time duration of 150 minutes. You need to be perfect in general knowledge and aptitude and logical and reasoning and economics questions.For both the exams you should start your preparation at least before six month. You should study that subject first in which you have more doubts and unclear so that at the remaining time you can also do the revision.

    Prepare well and do well in the exam.
    I wish you all the best for your future.

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    Thumbs up Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    HI:
    Before starting preparation for any subject first thing- remind the syllabus for that as you are having the subjects :-



    you should have to prepare for all subjects in proper time division :-

    >i.e. - you may give out one hour for each subject

    >perfects and accurate content for the preparation is necessary so take out proper books for that as you can go for :-

    1.For general awareness :-



    2. For qualitative aptitude :-


    3. for computer awareness :-

    >for computer awareness you can take out MAHINDRA'S computer knowledge, a good book having around 1200 ojjective questions.

    4.>For current affairs you can read newspaper regularly, thats sufficient for any exam.

    5regular study is necessary for success or to be a successful man so study regularly.

    GOOD LUCK

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    Hi Friend,

    IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection) Conducts Exam to Shortlist Candidates for the post clerical cadre and d Entry Level Officer cadre and Specialist Officers in all the 19 Public Sector Banks .



    Exam pattern:

    A Written Exam will be Organized Comprising of Objective and Descriptive papers. The Objective papers contains 250 Questions and carry a weight age about 225 Marks has a duration of 150 minutes. The 250 Questions Include Verbal/Numeric Reasoning, General Awareness and Questions related to Banking / Insurance and Investments. The Descriptive paper Consists of an Essay Writing which carries about 25 Marks with a duration of 60 minutes.

    Eligibility and Requirements

    You must be a citizen of India to apply for the examination. You age limit must be between 20 to 30 years .Age relaxations are applicable for SC/ST, OBC and PHC. For SC/ST the age relaxation is 5 years and for OBC candidates it is 3 years, for PHC it is 10 years.

    Preparation:


    Any PO exams books can be referred to score good marks. But i suggest you to go through the book that is published by Kiran Prakashan(Hindi/English).



    Other Reference Books:

    1. R.S Agrwal Bank exam solved papers

    2. Ramesh Bank exam solved papers

    3. Upkars Solved papers

    4. V.V.K Subburaj solved papers

    5. T.S Jain solved papers

    Good Luck
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    Thumbs up Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    How to prepare for IBPS Exam

    IBPS(Institute of Banking Personnel Selection) popularly known as IBPS conducts Common Examination for initial short listing of the candidates for selection of personnel in Clerical Cadre and Entry Level Officer cadre and Specialist Officers in all the 19 Public Sector Banks .

    YOU SHOULD BE PREPARED IN ALL THE BEST TOPICS To THE IBPS EXAM.

    ARITHEMETIC
    REASONING
    NUMERICAL ABILITY
    ENGLISH
    GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
    All the best.,./....

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    Hi,

    You should prepare on these base.
    IBPS CWE Eligibility
    Age Limits : Minimum-20 Years and Maximum-35 Years.
    Educational Qualifications :- Post Graduate Degree in any Discipline or its equivalent from the Recognized University.
    Exam Pattern: Written Exam will be in Objective Type.
    Objective Type Exam Pattern : 120 Minutes Duration

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii

    Hardly one month is enough for preparation.check the below sections so that you can get an idea abt the preparation.

    Tough sections in ibps exam:

    >Quantitative aptitude
    >reasoning

    Topics you have to start first(sequence):

    >General awareness
    >Computer knowledge
    >English
    >Reasoning
    >Quantitative aptitude

    These are the best books to refer for the IBPS exam:
    >R Gupta's Bank PO exam guide
    >Arihant's Objective Computer Awareness book
    >Abhijit Guha's bank PO quantitative aptitude test book.
    >R P Verma's IBPS CWE exam
    >State Bank Of India And Associates Probationary Officer Exam Practice Work Book (Paperback edition) by Kiran Prakashan
    >Upkar's Bank Probationary Officers examination preparation book

    All the best !!!

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    Quote Originally Posted by njn251 View Post
    i submit ibps test form. now i cant understand that how prepare dis test so please tell me that how i am prepare dis test series.
    Hello friend...



    *Its good option for choosing towards the banking sectors you will have many job opportunities

    *CWE(common written exam) is conducted by IBPS(Institute of banking personnel selection).19 banks participate for conducting the exam


    Topics covered for IBPS exam

    The exam paper covers topics from

    -->Reasoning

    -->Quantitative Aptitude

    -->English Comprehension

    -->Computer skills


    How to prepare for IBPS exam

    *Before going to the you must have good practice ,first you have to know the complete details about the exam pattern

    *You have to tune your mind for a serious preparation for the exam to get good score because there is huge competition for the IBPS bank exam

    * You must practice aptitude questions as it covers more marks.

    *Rs agarwal book is good for solving english comprehension

    *S.CHAND book is preferred for solving aptitude and reasoning questions

    *Time management is very important for preparing.practicing previous exam papers will make you perfect


    Tips for preparation



    -->Listen to english news so that you can improve your listening skills

    -->Reading news paper will increase speed reading and to learn new words and vocabulary

    -->Learn shortcuts for solving maths problems



    Good luck

    all the best

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    These are the best books to refer for the IBPS exam:
    R Gupta's Bank PO exam guide
    Arihant's Objective Computer Awareness book
    Abhijit Guha's bank PO quantitative aptitude test book.
    R P Verma's IBPS CWE exam
    State Bank Of India And Associates Probationary Officer Exam Practice Work Book (Paperback edition) by Kiran Prakashan
    Upkar's Bank Probationary Officers examination preparation book

  34. #33
    manoj garg
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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    if you want prepare ibps test so first you take coaching for study and
    pratice session
    daily mock test
    short term method for each and every topic
    continue pratic
    quicjk solving in exam
    so if you are really hard worker and want get job in bank we are advising you take the coaching in best institude , which really help you

  35. #34
    manoj garg
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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    if you want prepare ibps test so first you take coaching for study andpratic session daily mock test
    short term method
    and quick solving solving in exam
    if you want get job in bank we are advising that you take he coaching in berst institude, which really help you

  36. #35
    mama na kinda undandi
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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    IBPS ( Institute Of Banking Personnel Selection ) conducts the CWE ( Common Written Exam ) to the entry into 19 Public Sector Banks for the posts PO's / MANAGEMENT TRAINEE and Clerk Cadre's.

    IBPS conducts this CWE twice in every year for every 6 months.The selection is mainly based on the CWE score , after you qualified in the CWE each bank depend on their requirement and cut off mark they need called up for an Interview and you have to apply for the banks individually.
    So the CWE mainly consists of the following pattern and All questions are Multiple Choice Questions.

    For PO's / Management Trainee :

    The Written Exam mainly divided into 2 Sections :

    Section A :

    Consists of the following pattern of questions and you have to answer in 150 min. It consists of total 250 questions for 250 marks.

    1. Test for Reasoning - 50 questions - 50 marks
    2. General Awareness - 50 questions - 50 marks
    3. Computer Knowledge - 50 questions - 50 marks
    4. Numerical Ability - 50 questions - 50 marks
    5. English language - 50 questions - 50 marks

    Section B :

    Consists of passage reading , Letter Writing , Paragraph writing which will be having 60 minutes time.



    For Clerk Cadre :

    It consists of only one section and you have to answer it in 150 min the total questions is 250 for 250 marks. It consists of the following type


    1. Test for Reasoning - 50 questions - 50 marks
    2. General Awareness - 50 questions - 50 marks
    3. Computer Knowledge - 50 questions - 50 marks
    4. Numerical Ability - 50 questions - 50 marks
    5. English language - 50 questions - 50 marks

    So dude if you kick the IBPS test you have to maintain time sense , you should be in a position to solve as many questions as possible with in less time so that you can achieve IBPS exam.

    There are several books which guide you for the excellence to improve your skills , you can get it and practice as many papers as possible.
    Dude here i am giving you the link where you can download the papers and start practicing it

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    Dude besides these here i am mentioning some of the books where you purchase it and prepare for IBPS exam

    1. R.S Agrwal Bank exam solved papers

    2. Ramesh Bank exam solved papers

    3. Upkars Solved papers

    4. V.V.K Subburaj solved papers

    5. T.S Jain solved papers

  37. #36
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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    hello

    Verbal/Numeric Reasoning

    General English

    Banking/Insurance/Investment sector

    Computers

    quantitative aptitude

    this are the one you have to concentrate


    negative marking is present keep that in mind then prepared

    reasoning 50 mark,language 25 marks,professional knowledge 75 mark,aptitude 50


    all the best

  38. #37
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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    Hello friend,

    You can prepare for IBPS Exam by help of coaching or with self preparation it's all depends on your choice . First of all Discussing about syllabus for IBPS Exam on which you can workout to score good marks in IBPS Exam ...

    Here is the section wise division of IBPS Exam ....

    Numerical Ability
    General Awareness
    Test of Reasoning
    English Language
    computer knowledge

    Also before applying for IBPS Exam you should fulfill these given criteria for being eligible for IBPS Exam ...

    You should be a Citizen of India.
    You must have computer knowledge .
    You must have graduate form any recognized university or equivalent.
    Your age should be between 20 years to 30 years for being eligible.
    Only passed students of graduation can apply for exam.


    Some Known Books for Preparation for IBPS Exam ....

    Upkar's Bank Probationary Officers examination preparation book
    R Gupta's Bank PO exam guide
    Arihant's Objective Computer Awareness book
    R P Verma's IBPS CWE exam




    Good Luck..!!

  39. #38
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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    Quote Originally Posted by njn251 View Post
    i submit ibps test form. now i cant understand that how prepare dis test so please tell me that how i am prepare dis test series.
    Dear friend,
    for preparing IBPS Exam you should study Quantitative aptitude,General studies, English and Maths.

    wish you all the best,

  40. #39
    madhuri.
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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    Hi friend,

    Hardly one month is enough for preparation.check the below sections so that you can get an idea abt the preparation.
    Tough sections in ibps exam:

    >Quantitative aptitude
    >reasoning

    Topics you have to start first(sequence):

    >General awareness
    >Computer knowledge
    >English
    >Reasoning
    >Quantitative aptitude

    These are the best books to refer for the IBPS exam:
    >R Gupta's Bank PO exam guide
    >Arihant's Objective Computer Awareness book
    >Abhijit Guha's bank PO quantitative aptitude test book.
    >R P Verma's IBPS CWE exam
    >State Bank Of India And Associates Probationary Officer Exam Practice Work Book (Paperback edition) by Kiran Prakashan
    >Upkar's Bank Probationary Officers examination preparation book

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    Re: How to prepare for IBPS Exam?

    dear friend,

    Some Important Tips:

    1:According to me,maintain a time table to allow yourself to devote minimum 6-8hrs per day for the Bank Examination.

    2:Then try to collect the base or main material of any subject.

    3:.Study the Syllabus

    4:Try to solve the Previous questions papers

    5:Try to Solve more and more problems,

    6:Try to discover more and more new own tricks by which you can easily solve any problem in a less time .

    7:You can go for self tests.

    8.>Also go for Online test:-
    1.>http://www.wiziq.com/tests/bank-po

    2.>http://www.tcyonline.com/tests/bank-po

    3.>http://www.tcyonline.com/india/Bank-po.php


    Syllabus For PO

    Stage 1 -PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION

    TIME - 2 Hrs. [ combined ]

    TYPE - OBJECTIVE

    1.> TEST OF REASONING

    2.>QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

    3.>GENERAL AWARENESS

    4.>COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE

    5.>ENGLISH LANGUAGE


    Stage 2 -MAIN TEST

    TIME - 3 Hrs. [ combined ]

    TYPE - OBJECTIVE & DESCRIPTIVE

    1.>TEST OF REASONING

    2.>DATA ANALYSIS & DATA INTERPRETATION

    3.>MARKETING KNOWLEDGE

    4>TEST OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE

    5.>TEST OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE


    Stage 3 -GROUP DISCUSSION & INTERVIEW

    IBPS SPECIAL OFFICIER QUESTION PATTERN



    IBPS EXAMINATION PATTERN FOR CLERK




    Books For IBPS:-





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