Career in banking sector is becoming the prime option among the most of the graduate student today. Indian Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts examinations every year for clerical and probationary officer recruitment. There are 19 banks who participate in this selection procedure. Although State Bank of India and some private banks also conducts their own exams. These banking exams help filter a large proportion of candidates based on their exam performance. After qualifying the preliminary exam and mains exam, Shortlisted candidates go through rounds of group discussion and personal interviews. In order to test the basic aptitude and intelligence level of candidates, and to provide a level playing field to candidates from different educational backgrounds, bank entrance tests are typically conducted as aptitude tests. Aptitude tests help to analysis your IQ, concepts learnt in school and your general awareness levels. The following tested areas are:
- Quantitative Aptitude and Data Interpretation – school level maths, basic charts and tables
- Logical Reasoning – puzzles, analytical and critical reasoning
- English Language – school level grammar, English comprehension
- General Awareness – GK and current affairs
- Computer Awareness – computers, applications, internet
- No fixed syllabus for banking exams. While the broad areas from which questions can be asked are known, no question is typically considered “out-of-syllabus”. However, Student can identify the most common areas by solving previous year question papers, sample papers and taking sufficient mock test series.
To clear various bank examinations and get a job in the banking sector, a proper counseling and bank exam preparation is required. For that Takshila learning helps you to crack these exams. We provide complete course content and complete guidance for bank exam preparation along with sample papers, mock test series and e-notes.
Following tips help you in bank exam preparation
- Proper planning– for success first of all plan your study structure. Planning is important before any execution. So nothing is left
- Update your self – read newspaper, magazines regularly
- Study topic wise – concentrates on one topic at a time.
- Make GK a weapon – focus on current affairs
- Proper time management– should practice more and more to be able to solve all questions in good timing
- Analysis with Mock test
- Proper Diet & Tension-free
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