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    Sagar Itnal
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    How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    To prepare for IBPS exam, should I refer any particular author's book in order to cover all syllabus???


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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    Your main focus should be on the area where you think you are weak. Do as many previous year question papers as you can. Practice is the key to success.

    Next you need not to follow any particular book because previous year question papers would be sufficient. But still you can use books of R.S Aggarwal quantitative, tata mchills for reasoning, magzines like pratiyogita darpan for gk. For latest gk alerts you can join google sms channel.

    This is the very first IBPS exam so you have to be very strict for the test.

    best of luck!




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    Hiiiiiiiii,

    Important Date:

    IBPS exam will be on 18 Th of September.

    Preparation Tips:

    * You need to prepare according to the syllabus of the test.
    * For English portion you should prefer Economics times and The Hindu.
    * Solve a question set which will include each and every part daily.
    * Manage the time properly in solving.

    Books Prefered:

    * For Reasoning-- R.S.AGARWAL
    * Quantitve Aptitude -- Abjit Guptas Bank Quantative Aptitude and R.S.Agarwal's
    * General Awareness - R P Verma's Encyclopedia of General Knowledge and General Awareness
    *Computer Awareness -- Arihant's Objective Computer Awareness
    * FOR PRACTICE -- Upkar's Bank Probationary Officers examination preparation book
    * State Bank Of India And Associates Probationary Officer Exam
    * Practice Work Book (Paperback edition) by Kiran Prakashan
    * For English-You can refer Newspapers like Hindu,Deccan Chronicle etc magazines etc.

    ThankYOU






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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    For IBPS exam you can go by these : objective section carries 225 marks and should be completed in 150 minutes. The 250 questions in this section will include Verbal/Numeric Reasoning, General English, questions related to Banking/Insurance/Investment sector, Computers, and typical quantitative aptitude. The Descriptive section (60 minute) will analyze the English writing caliber of the candidate, and it carries 25 marks.
    For the Objective section Non Verbal Reasoning by R.S. Agarwal.
    all the best.......

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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    Referring to books is a must for clearing this exam. This is especially needed in the areas where you find the difficulty level high. Also solving ample number of problems will increase your confidence level. There are various books which you can refer to. Books by R.S Agarwal are good for areas like DI, DS and Quantitative Ability. Wren and Martin are know for the grammar and comprehension section. For the general knowledge section vast reading is a must. Reading newspapers, magazines is a must. Also there are books which cover highlights of each year like Manorama Year book. Since the structure and pattern of the exam is not different from the other bank test you must certainly try them before going for the exam.

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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    hi
    i hav written three bank exams......but still i hav difficult to face ibps exam....give me some ideas to tackle this exam....

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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    how to prepare for banking awareness in ibps exam

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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    As you know that the syllabus for the Bank Exams is as follows they are

    1. Quantitative Aptitude
    2. English
    3.General awareness

    So to get into the exam you should practice more the previous question papers of all the bank. I`ll send you the total questions with solutions of all the previous bank papers, take a look of that.
    Attached Files

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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    The Common written examination organised by Indian Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS)
    for recruitment of Probationary officers for 19 Public sector Banks has the following
    syllabus and sections that will be asked in the examination:-

    1)Logical Reasoning
    2)Quantitative Aptitude
    3)English Language
    4)General awareness
    5)Computer Knowledge

    For Reasoning section there are some good books available in the market like
    A modern approach to Logical Reasoning by R S Agrawwal, Analytical and Logical
    Reasoning by Arihant Prakashan. For Data Interpretation you can refer Data
    Interpretation By Arun Sharma. You can also try to get course material from some
    management coaching institute like IMS, PT etc. Their course is good and can be
    used for bank exam preparation.
    For Quantitative Aptitude you can refer Quantitative aptitude by R S Agrawaal,
    Quantitative Aptitude for competitive examinations by Guha.
    For engish language , i think that you don't need any particular book, but you
    may try to improve your verbal skills and language skills by reading english
    newspaper like Times of India, Magzines like India today and frontline.
    For Computer knowledge there is again no need for some book as there are basic
    questions asked about operating systems , MS office , internet etc.
    For banking awareness , you can browse on the net and increase you knowledge
    regarding banking industry.
    Also note one thing you should try to attempt more and more mock tests and sample
    papers .This will help you to improve your speed which is very important in this
    examination to securs good marks.

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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    Can you kindly guide me how to prepare for the IBPS exam since I am appearing for the first time. Secondly please let me know whether my graduation through Distance education is considered. Thirdly since I am employed in a BPO, are there any coaching classes in Bangalore on Sundays. Regards.

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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    sir,
    please send the clear syllabus for ibps

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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    how can i prepare for ibps clarical exams how much time can i work to crack the exam, if there any books to prepare please help me



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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    This is especially needed in the areas where you find the difficulty level high. Also solving ample number of problems will increase your confidence level. There are various books which you can refer to. Books by R.S Agarwal are good for areas like DI, DS and Quantitative Ability. Wren and Martin are know for the grammar and comprehension section. For the general knowledge section vast reading is a must. Reading newspapers, magazines is a must. Also there are books which cover highlights of each year like Manorama Year book.

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    suryakiran211, Thank you so much for that. It was really helpful :)

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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    Books to refer for bank exams:

    Reasoning - R S Aggrawal
    Numerical Ability - R S Aggrawal & Arun sharma
    Verbal Ability - R S Aggrawal
    General knowledge - Upkar Publication

    You can also reffer the foll.books :

    Bank P. O. & Specialist Officers Exam
    Publisher: G. K. Publishers (p) Ltd. Cost:Rs.410/-

    Previous Papers BANK P. O. Recruitment Exam.
    Publisher: G. K. Publishers (p) Ltd. Cost:Rs.120/-

    Upkars State Bank Probationary Officers Examination by T. S. Jain
    Cost: Rs.351/-

    State Bank Probationary Officers Exam
    Author: Dr. A. M. Malhotra & P. S. Bright Cost: Rs.480/-

    Upkar State Bank Probationary Officers Examination (solved Papers)
    Publisher: Upkars Cost: Rs.103/-

    Sura’s Bank Probationary Officer’s Examination (free Previous Years’ Question Papers With answers)
    Author: V V K Subburaj
    Publisher: Sura College of Competetion Cost: Rs.350/-

    Oswaal Chapter-Wise Solutions of BANK P.O. (Previous Years Solved Papers)
    Publisher: Oswaal Books Cost: Rs.319/-

    PO's
    Upto 35 years for SC/ST
    Upto 33 years for BC
    Upto 40 years for Physically Handicapped(PH) and
    Upto 35 years for ex service men

    You should have a degree(Without backlogs),which is recognized by government of India


    You should prepare for the following topics:

    >>>English Language (Grammar, Vocabulary, Comprehension etc.)

    >>>General Awareness, Marketing & Computers

    >>>Data Analysis & Interpretation

    >>>Reasoning (Verbal & Non-Verbal)



    All the best..

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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    Hello Friend.....

    Institute of Banking Personnel Selection IBPS Conducts the examinations for the selection of candidates to the banking sector through the IBPS Common written examination this examination follows certain standards for the written examination and the syllabus for the different Examinations of different posts in IBPS are as follows....

    Syllabus for the PO's:
    *Reasoning-50 marks-Author(R.S Agarwal)
    *English Language-25 marks-Author(R.Guptas)
    *Quantitative aptitude-50 marks-author(T.S jain)
    *General Awareness-50 marks-author(Upkar Publications)
    *Computer Knowledge-50 marks-Author(Arihant's )
    *English Comprehension-Author(G.K Publications)

    Syllabus for clerical Examination:
    *Reasoning
    *English Language
    *Quantitative Aptitude
    *Numerical Ability
    *Basics of Computers

    Syllabus for Special Officer:
    *Reasoning
    *English Language
    *Quantitative Aptitude
    *Professional Knowledge

    The most best books are.....
    >>Clerical-Kiran Prakashan
    >>PO's-Kiran Prakashan
    >>IBPS Practical Work book-Kiran Prakashan
    These are the best books available for the IBPS Examinations.....

    Preparing to the IBPS Examinations needs general knowledge of what is hapening around us and and the general mental ability and how to solve questions and the reasoning ability.Prepare the old question papers throughly and get coaching for the examination.
    Take the previous years question papers and get well prepared for the examination.....
    REGARDS:

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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    Thank you surya kiran ji.... for your question bank Pdf.... it was very useful..... and also to all the guiders......

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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    FRIEND,

    You must really work hard because it is a competitive exam and is tough to clear but with dedicated hard work you can clear that.



    There are two types of exams conducted by BANKS and they are:

    1)PROBATIONARY OFFICERS
    2)CLERKS

    ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR PROBATIONARY OFFICERS:

    1)You must be a Graduate in any field from any recognized University.
    2)Your age must be between 21 to 30 years.
    3)If you are in the final year of Graduation then also you are eligible for the exams.
    4)You must have a basic knowledge of computers.

    ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR CLERKS:

    1)You must be a graduate in any field from any recognized University.

    OR

    2)You must have passed 12th class with 50% marks.

    OR

    3)You must have passed 10th class with 60% marks.

    4)There is no criteria of minimum marks for the SC/ST category candidates.

    5)Your age must be between 18 to 28 years.

    There are a total of 19 public sectors participating if you wanted to go through IBPS.



    SCHEME OF EXAMINATION:



    There is also NEGATIVE MARKING for each wrong answer of 0.25 marks.

    THE POSTS FOR WHICH THE EXAM IS CONDUCTED ARE:


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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sagar Itnal View Post
    To prepare for IBPS exam, should I refer any particular author's book in order to cover all syllabus???
    HI,
    HERE ARE SOME BEST BOOKS FOR IBPS EXAM !!!!!!

    Master the Clerical Exams
    By John J. Niesz



    Sbi Clerical Cadre Recruitment Exam.
    By T. S. Jain




    Bank Clerical Recruitment Examination
    By Thorpe Edgar



    Bank Clerical Cadre Recruitment Exam.



    GOOD LUCK !!!!!!!

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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    Hello friend !!


    IBPS Examinations are very simple to Crack for any average student.


    Firstly,

    IBPS stands for Institute of Banking Personnel Selection.

    IBPS conducts various entrance examinations every year to recruit the applicants into various Banking Sectors.

    Every year IBPS provides employment for thousands of applicants.


    This is the IBPS Examination Pattern :




    And here is the respective Syllabus for it :

    General Intelligence :

    It consists of your ability of reasoning ,how much you can analysis a problem.

    General English :

    It consists English Language and will be based on error recognition, fill in the blanks using verbs, preposition, articles etc, vocabulary, spellings, Grammar, sentence-structure, Synonyms, Antonyms, sentence completion, phrases and idiomatic use of words etc

    Arithmetical Ability :

    It consists of problems relating to number systems, Computation of whole numbers, decimals and fractions,percentages, ratio and proportions, averages, interest, profit & loss, use of tables and graphs, mensuration, time & distance, ratio and time etc

    General Awareness :

    It consists of the general awareness of the environment around you and its application to society, knowledge of current events and of such matters of everyday observations and experience in their scientific aspect .

    Also History, Geography, Economic, General policy, Scientific Research etc are the topics included in the IBPS exams.

    Now lets discuss about the Tips to crack the IBPS Exam.

    Tips for Preparing the IBPS Examination :

    1. Practice sessions

    2. Prepare a Schedule and follow it without failure.

    3. Learn all the possible short cuts in solving a problem

    4. Share your Techniques with others and vice versa.

    5. Focus on the Syllabus

    6. Daily Mock Tests

    Things to Remember while writing the Examination :

    1. Firstly split the Given Paper into Time Intervals based on the topics in the paper.

    General awareness : 15 min
    Computer knowledge : 15 min
    English : 25 min
    Reasoning : 45 min
    Quantitative aptitude : 50 min

    2. Use shortcut tricks while answering the questions.

    3. Do not attempt all questions in any section.

    4. Reasoning section will be take more time,so try to answer for some questions only in this section.

    5. Try to reduce the using of formulas.

    NOTE :

    Maximum Standard score in Each sections : 50 marks
    Minimum Cutoff Marks for SC/ST/OBC/PWD Candidates : 21 in each section
    Minimum Cut off Marks for General Candidates : 24 in each section

    Top Books to refer before appearing for IBPS Examination :

    A Modern Approach To Verbal Reasoning By R. S. Aggarwal

    Objective General English By R. S. Aggarwal

    General Awareness & Current Affairs By M Laxmikanth

    Objective Computer Awareness By R Pillai

    Bank PO/MT Common Written Exam By Kiran Prakashan

    Objective English For Competitive Exams By Hari Prasad

    Good Luck !!

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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    In order to be successful in IBPS PO exam you should study for at least 4-5 hours daily.Read newspaper every day for at least 1 hour.If possible then buy Times of India & make habit of reading it.for other subjects you need to practice very hard.With out practice you can't proceed further.With good practice you can understand questions easily as well as can solve at exam time.With good practice you can also increase of solving questions in exam.I suggest you to join coaching class for better result.There they will teach you short cut methods of solving questions.& will provide you study material to practice.

    Books which you can refer are:-

    1.R.S.AGRAWAL
    2.R.GUPTA'S
    3.T.S.JAIN
    4.ASHOK MEHTA
    5.S.CHAND
    6.V.V.K.SUBBURAJ
    7.IBPS MASTER GUIDE
    8.IBPS SOLVED SAMPLE PAPERS
    9.G.K.PUBLICATION
    10.UPKAR PUBLICATION
    11.S.L.GULATI
    12.ARIHANT BOOKS
    13.NATIONAL LEARNING CORP
    14.DISHA EXPERTS
    15.MANORMA YEAR BOOKS(GK)
    16.TYRA QUICKER MATHS BOOK

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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?



    PATTERN FOR IBPS EXAM:



    ELIGIBILITY:



    PATTERN:
    IBPS Common written exam will be conducted on 18th September 2011.The syllabus not surprised as like as normal bank exams pattern followed in IBPS also,but for computer knowledge rose the marks to 50.As similar of other bank exams,IBPS included quantitative aptitude,general awareness,reasoning and English language.And a descriptive paper (commonly known as essay writing and letter writing)which having the 25 marks weight age also included,in 60 minutes.Other than descriptive section all questions are objective type,for every wrong answer,there will be negative marks of 0.25
    THANK YOU!!!
    ALL THE BEST

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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    Hi,

    IBPS Stands for Institute of Banking Personnel Selection and the board is responsible for Conducting the Common Written Examination for Recruiting Candidates for the post of a clerk, PO and Specialist officers under 19 public sector banks in India.

    For the post of a clerk:

    You must have Completed your 10th Standard with 60% (or) 10+2 with 50% from a recognized board.
    You must have attained 18 years and must not be more than 28 years.
    You must be a citizen of India.
    Upper Age Relaxations applicable for SC/ST and OBC.

    For the post of a PO:

    You must have Completed your Gradaution from a recognized university.
    You must have attained 21 years and must not be more than 30 years.
    You must be a citizen of India.
    Upper Age Relaxations applicable for SC/ST and OBC.

    Exam pattern:





    Books to Be Referred:

    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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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    For Reasoning section there are some good books available in the market like
    A modern approach to Logical Reasoning by R S Agrawwal, Analytical and Logical
    Reasoning by Arihant Prakashan. For Data Interpretation you can refer Data
    Interpretation By Arun Sharma. You can also try to get course material from some
    management coaching institute like IMS, PT etc. Their course is good and can be
    used for bank exam preparation.

    Institute of Banking Personnel Selection IBPS Conducts the examinations for the selection of candidates to the banking sector through the IBPS Common written examination this examination follows certain standards for the written examination and the syllabus for the different Examinations of different posts in IBPS are as follows....

    Syllabus for the PO's:
    *Reasoning-50 marks-Author(R.S Agarwal)
    *English Language-25 marks-Author(R.Guptas)
    *Quantitative aptitude-50 marks-author(T.S jain)
    *General Awareness-50 marks-author(Upkar Publications)
    *Computer Knowledge-50 marks-Author(Arihant's )
    *English Comprehension-Author(G.K Publications)

    Syllabus for clerical Examination:
    *Reasoning
    *English Language
    *Quantitative Aptitude
    *Numerical Ability
    *Basics of Computers

    Syllabus for Special Officer:
    *Reasoning
    *English Language
    *Quantitative Aptitude
    *Professional Knowledge

    The most best books are.....
    >>Clerical-Kiran Prakashan
    >>PO's-Kiran Prakashan
    >>IBPS Practical Work book-Kiran Prakashan
    These are the best books available for the IBPS Examinations.....

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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sagar Itnal View Post
    To prepare for IBPS exam, should I refer any particular author's book in order to cover all syllabus???

    Hello friend....


    *Its good to write the IBPS entrance examination as there are many opportunities for you in the banking sector once if you qualify the entrance examination

    *Before you writing the entrance examination you should have a brief details about the exam pattern and the type of questions that are appearing in the exam paper

    *First you have to go through the question paper pattern and you have to note how many sections are there in the paper and which books you have to refer for preparation


    How to prepare for the exam

    ==>Go through the pattern of the question paper and how many sections are there in the paper

    ==>Make a perfect time table for the best preparation

    ==>Note the topics in which you feel uneasy and tough to answer and prepare more for that topics

    ==>Its good to refer the previous model question paper so that you will have an idea about type of questions are asking frequently


    Best books to prefer for examination

    ==>Reasoning - R S Aggrawal

    ==>Numerical Ability - R S Aggrawal & Arun sharma

    ==>Verbal Ability - R S Aggrawal

    ==>General knowledge - Upkar Publication


    You should Be GOOD in topics like

    -->>English Language (Grammar, Vocabulary, Comprehension etc.)

    -->>General Awareness

    -->>Data Analysis & Interpretation

    -->>Reasoning


    good luck

    all the best

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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    IBPS exam pattern :

    Duration of time : 150 min
    Questions : 250

    This exam is two sections

    First section :

    Reasoning with 50 questions of 50 marks
    English language with 50 questions of 50 marks
    Quantitative Aptitude with 50 questions of 50 marks
    General Awareness with 50 questions of 50 marks
    Computer knowledge with 50 questions of 50 marks

    Second section :
    Descriptive type questions on English composition with 25 max marks attaained this section of IBPS CWS exam in 60min
    Descriptive type questions will be from eassay , precis , letter writing .etc

    There is negative marking in IBPS CWE :1/4 of the marks allotted to the question , as you can see in the table above
    so beware make your guesses wise ones

    IBPS PO exam Books :

    IBPS CWE PO/MT specialist officers by G K publisher
    IBPS Bank PO guide -CWE by Ramesh
    SBi & associate bank PO exam Guide by R.Gupta publisher
    Encyclopedia of general knowledge & general awareness by R P Verma
    Objective approach to logical reasoning by R S Aggarwal
    Objective computer awareness by Arihant

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    Re: How should I prepare for IBPS Exam? Which books should I follow in order to crack this examination? How to cover overall syllabus?

    There are a few general ways in which a candidate can prepare for any examination and can score a good marks.These can be mentioned as follows:
    1)YOU SHOULD MAKE A GOOD TIME TABLE TO MANAGE YOUR STUDIES-
    There is need to manage your time in order to get success in any examination.You should make a good time management plan and this would greatly help you
    in cracking the examination.

    2)Devote maximum time to practice the various previous year question papers of banking exams-
    It is very important to practice a lot.Practice makes a person perfect and you also require to devote a considerable period of time to your studies in order to do the same.

    3)Give each subject importance-
    You should give importance to each and every subject as this is very important to clear this exam.Many times students give more attention to a particular section
    and as a result they lose marks in other sections.

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