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    Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    DEAR SIRPLS GIVE ME YOUR BANKING TIPS FOR PREPARATION, PLS MAIL TO ME THIS ID saru2j@yahoo.co.in

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    Hello Friend,

    Following are the syllabus for the bank exams,
    • Reasoning
    • Numerical Aptitude
    • English Knowledge
    • General awareness
    • Computer Knowledge

    You must practice in all sections to pass the examination.Use the R.S.Agarval books to prepare Reasoning and Mathematics.For general awareness read news paper daily.Learn Banking terms.Join in Good coaching center to crack the exam.Prepare well for the exam.

    "PRACTICE MAKES PERFECTION"

    ALL THE BEST

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    dear friend,

    As we all know that both clerical and PO exams are quiet tough. Lots of preparation is required to crack them.

    hare below i have given some tips that may help you in your preparations;

    Regular practice and attention should be paid to all the sections-Reasoning, Mathematics, English, etc.
    • All basics should be thoroughly prepared by comprehensive study of class 10th mathematics formulas.
    • Full-length mock test, which contains all the section, should be attempted within the fixed time period.
    • Be aware of all current affairs and current issues related to economics, politics, business etc.
    • Good expressions and grammatically correct sentences should be used while attempting descriptive questions.
    • Most important hand-writing should be legible.


    plan early;

    if you want a job in banks and start your preparation s early as possibe

    practice ;
    we all know that practice leads to perfection
    more you will practice the better are your chances of clearing the exam

    efforts;
    whatever be the mode of study but personal effort is compulsory

    speak english;
    as most bank interviews are conducted in english language


    hope best regards for your future

    all the best......................


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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    DEAR SIRPLS GIVE ME YOUR BANKING TIPS FOR PREPARATION, PLS MAIL TO ME THIS ID saru2j@yahoo.co.in
    hello friend good morning...................
    Tips for preparation of Bank exams:
    ---------------------------------------

    You must often says determination is the key to success.

    A determined candidate is the best person who can appear for this exam.

    So for increasing your chances to cross this exam is to get determined.


    Right materials
    ----------------

    Studying from the right source is an important point of concern. Candidate should have an idea about what he is going to be asked in the bank exam and he should prepare for it from the right source.

    The booklet provided by the provided by the bank should be carefully read and attempts should be made to solve the test papers given at the back of the booklet. Short-cuts should be avoided.


    Supplementary notes

    ----------------------

    Booklets provided by the banks are not enough for attaining a commanding a position.

    Knowledge of banking regulations

    A candidate should have knowledge of general banking regulations and should have at least some knowledge of SEBI and its regulations.

    Leave doubtful questions

    ---------------------------

    Candidates are requested not to attempt any questions which are doubtful in their minds. As wrong answers will cut down the percentage of right answers.

    ..........................................all the best.........................................

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    Hi friend,

    Nowadays the bank jobs become very demand like software jobs.All young out coming graduates are selecting the banking field due to best salaries.

    >>> For cracking the bank jobs candidate should have certain education qualification (
    12th for clerical & PO's any degree ) and good academic percentage ( 60% ).

    >>> MAIN TOPICS FOR THE BANK WRITTEN EXAMINATION :

    1. Computer Awareness Questions.

    2. Marketing awareness Questions.

    3. Aptitude Questions.

    4. Reasoning questions.

    5. General awareness Questions.

    6. General English.

    7. Descriptive Questions.

    >>> Website for preparing the above all topics are :
    http://www.indiabix.com
    >>> IMPORTANT BOOKS FOR PREPARING THE BANK PREPARATION :

    1. Prathyogatha Kiran (
    monthly or 6 months addition ).

    2. Prathyogatha Darpan.

    3. G.K Publications.

    4. BCA Series.

    5. Surya Publications.

    >>> Currently there is no notifications available in banking sector for updates on notifications see the below websites

    1. http://www.ibps.in (
    single exam for 19 public sector banks ).

    2. http://www.statebankofindia.com

    3. http://www.rbi.in

    All the best.

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    For Bank exams, time management plays vital role,and accuracy also is very important, more over you need to do more problems in less time, this requires continuous Practice, practice more until you achieve, and also refer good books for preparation like R.S.Aggarwal books for Aptitude, reasoning, and English sections and also be updated with Current affairs.

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    For all banking exam usually the Syllabus is:
    a) Reasoning Ability
    b) Quantitative Aptitude
    c) General English

    d) General Knowledge
    e) Marketing Aptitude / Computer Knowledge

    For this exams you must refer the following books:

    * Marketing apptitude and knowledge by Kiran prakashan
    *Objective Marketing Aptitude: For Banking and Other Competitive Exam by Sanjay Kumar
    *Computer Literacy and
    knowledge by
    Kiran prakashan
    *Objective General English by R.S.Aggarwal

    *
    Quick Learning Objective General English


    All the best!!!

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    Hello,
    For competition exams like IBPS, you need speed with accuracy and that can only be developed with regular practice and solving the model papers..
    Learn the tricks of solving the tricky mathematical, logical, reasoning and quantitative problems from the books written by professionals...
    Read the magazines named as competition Success and also update yourself with last one year happenings around the world and specially in banking sector...
    Learn the name of top leaders,Banking professionals, business tycoons, government projects etc...
    Things to Remember -
    Regular Practice
    Knowledge updations
    Speed
    Accuracy
    These are the keys to succeed...

    All the best
    Raj@08

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    Hi,
    There are many books available in the market for preparation of bank exam.Some of good books are:
    Upkar's bank examination books
    Reasoning ability by R.S Agarwal.
    Ramesh's Bank PO book.
    R.S.Agarwal for english
    Wren and Martin for elementary english
    Newspaper and magazines like pratiyogita darpan

    All the best.............................

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    bank tips.jpeg
    Time Management is very much important.

    Improve your solving question speed.

    Read Newspaper regularly, competitive books, magazines etc. Read daily newspaper, the hindu, the economic times and competition success review magazine.

    You must know detail the syllabus and pattern.

    Solve all the previous question papers. Practice more and more, enhance ur speed to solve the previous year exam papers.

    Prefer good books.



    The syllabus are as follows :


    For any bank examination first you have to know about the what are the topics involved in that subject. After that you have the fill grip of that topics.


    1. General Intelligence or Reasoning of 50 questions of 50 Marks.
    2. Quantitative Aptitude of 50 questions of 50 marks.
    3. General awareness with special reference to the banking Industry of 50 Questions and of 50 marks.
    4. English language of 50 questions of 50 Marks.
    5. computer knowledge of 50 questions of 50 Marks.



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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    Bank Exam Pattern :
    Bank-PO1.jpg

    bank exam paper divided into five sections
    each section carrying 50 questions
    and each question carrying one marks
    duration of time 150min

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    See , banking exams are generally conducted for filling to posts-
    1.office clerk

    2.probationary officer


    the questions asked in the written exam for these posts are based on the following topics/sections-
    1.quantitative aptitude

    2.english language

    3.general awareness

    4.reasoning skills

    5.banking awareness

    6.numerical ability

    7.computer knowledge


    tips to prepare for the exam-
    1.pay equal attention to all the sections of the exam.scoring well in every section is the key to crack bank exams.

    2.always go through the previous year question papers of the respective bank exam for which you are appearing to have a better knowledge of the exam.

    3.in any exam , speed matters the most, so practice question sets and go for mock tests to increase your speed.

    4.you should also refer to n.c.e.r.t books for preparing for general awareness section of the exam.



    You can refer the following books to prepare for the exams.

    1.upkar's publication

    2.r. Guptas publication

    3.arihant publication

    4.pearson guides

    5.r.s agarwal books

    good luck

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    DEAR SIRPLS GIVE ME YOUR BANKING TIPS FOR PREPARATION, PLS MAIL TO ME THIS ID saru2j@yahoo.co.in
    BANKS FORMS ONE OF THE MOST INTEGRAL PART OF OUR PROFESSIONAL SECTOR
    you need to be very very determined and hard working if you want any job in the banks.....because these exams are very very tough to crack ...!!
    Preparations should be started very early ....else it will be a big loss for you!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Firstly you must be aware of the question pattern in the banking exams

    !!!! QUESTION PATTERN !!!!

    • Logical Reasoning
    • English language
    • Quantitative aptitude
    • General awareness
    • Computer knowledge
    • Data Interpretation

    === SOME REFERENCE BOOKS ===


    • Competition Master
    • R S Agarwal Quantitative Aptitude
    • Protiyogita Darpan
    • Protiyogita Kiran
    • Competition refresher
    • IBPS Bank Clerk Solved Paper
    • Bank Clerk Exam Solved Papers
    • Books for English grammar and Common Errors
    • Previous Year Question Bank for Bank Exams
    • Books for English grammar and Common Errors
    • Popular Master State Bank Clerks
    ~~You need to crack it step by step/......and in a very systematic disciplined manner

    *study around 8 hours a day without fail........ make yourself disciplined !!!!
    *practice mcq as much as possible
    *learn to solve maths in quick methods
    *increase your depth in data interpretation and logical reasoning slowly
    *computer knowledge is a must
    *practice speaking in English as much as possible
    *learn time management to complete your question paper on time
    *solve past 10 years' sample paper


    these are the basic steps on which you have to modify yourself and make yourself upto the mark!!!
    always remember you will be facing very tough competition......so preparation should be at that level.....!!!!

    WISH YOU GOODLUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    See , almost all the exam of banks will consists of questions based on the following topics-
    1>Quantitative aptitude related question

    2>English language

    3>General awareness

    4>Reasoning skills questions

    5>Computer Awareness

    6>Banking Awareness



    So you need to prepare each of the topics well to succeed in the exam.
    There is no shortcut to success ,so work hard.
    You should try to increase your speed of solving.
    so ,practice as many question papers of previous years and sample papers to do so.

    Books you can refer for the IBPS exam and the written exam of individual banks are given below-

    UNION BANK SOLVED CLERICAL PAPER.jpg CLERICAL CADRE-PEARSON.jpg

    BANK OF INDIA CLERK.jpeg IBPS-clerk-exam-book.jpg

    SBI CLERICAL CADRE.jpeg


    PO EXAMINATION SBI AND ASSOCIATED BANKS- R.GUPTA'S.jpg BANK OF BARODA-PO - R.GUPTA.jpg


    good luck

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    HELLO..
    I would tell you that practice is the only way to clear such exams..
    Buy the most recommended books which will help you in preparation..
    Practice the sample papers so that you will get to know about the pattern of the exam....
    Just go through the previous years question papers..
    Read newspaper daily so that you will be updated by the latest affairs in the banking industry..
    Listen good English news channels..
    I will give you a list of the most recommended books according to each section:

    Quantitative Aptitude: R.S Aggarwal
    Reasoning: R.S Aggarwal
    English: Wren and Martin
    General awareness with special reference to banking industry: Manoramma year book
    Computer knowledge: Arihant's book

    GOOD LUCK

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    There are Two Bank exam
    Bank PO Exam
    Bank Clerk Exam

    The Bank Exam Syllabus is based on the Following Syllabus
    Communication Skill
    Decision Making
    Numerical Aptitude
    General awareness
    Computer Knowledge
    Reasoning Ability


    Some of the Books For the reference





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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?




    HELLO FRIENDS ,some good tips for you preparation BANK exam
    just need practice and concentrate all subjects concepts.
    focus on target thats it .
    you make time table for better result.
    practice previews years question papers and solved.
    reasoning , ,English language,computer awerness,banking awerness,gernal question daily life based .
    so , good luck dear for your
    better future.

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    DEAR SIRPLS GIVE ME YOUR BANKING TIPS FOR PREPARATION, PLS MAIL TO ME THIS ID saru2j@yahoo.co.in
    Hello,
    Practice, speed, accuracy is the mantra of success in the banking exam..
    Current affairs, banking knowledge can only be learnt if you read the newspaper on regular basis, For this you can also log on to RBI website and see the link current issues.
    Analytical and Reasoning can only be learnt by practising more and more of these kind of problems and tricks of solving these problems.
    For English you have to learn the meanings of at least 10-15 words on daily basis with their antonyms and synonyms as well...
    For computer and marketing ability you have to read the book of UPKAR Publications...

    So solve as many previous year papers as you can to gain the knowledge regarding the type of questions and also to check the speed and accuracy of yours.

    All the best
    arpita_31

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    the list of books which aregood for the preparations are-
    for Reasoning section-A Modern Approach to Verbal and Non Verbal Reasoning byR.S.Aggarwal
    for Aptitude test section- Quantitative Aptitude by R.S.Aggarwal
    for English Section- Objective General English
    for General Awareness- General Banking and Economic Awareness by KiranPrakashan.
    and
    if you will be writing IBPS exam in Hindi then- Bank Probationary OfficersBharti Pariksha

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    To prepare for bank exams you have to concentrate on 5 subjects.They are Reasoning,Maths,English,Computer awareness & General awareness.You should study for at least 5 hours daily.Without study you can not pass the exam.To prepare for bank exam with full knowledge one need at least 3 months.You have to join coaching classes if this is your first time.Give more emphasis on Maths because Maths is little bit tough as compared to other subjects.Read newspaper every day for at least 1 hour.If possible then buy Times of India & make habit of reading it.Reading newspaper will increase knowledge related to current affairs & it will help in exam to solve GK questions easily.for other subjects you need to practice very hard.With out practice you can't proceed further.Improve grammar & vocabulary so that you could solve English questions easily.& also practice everyday.Reasoning also need to have practice.So,practice everyday.Below I have mentioned some books names which you should refer:-

    1.R.S.Agrawal
    2.T.S.Jain
    3.R.Gupta's
    4.G.K.Publication
    5.Upkar Publication
    6.IBPS master guide
    7.V.V.K.Subburaj
    8.Arihant books
    9.National learning corp
    10.Dr.Lal & Jain
    11.Dr.A.M.Malhotra & P.S.Bright

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    Dear Friend,

    For IBPS Clerk exam you have to prepare following sections:
    >Reasoning
    >English Language
    >Numerical Ability
    >General Awareness (with special reference to banking industry)
    >Computer Knowledge
    *You should study everyday 4-5 hour.
    *Concentrate on basics of sections.
    *Solve your self many previous year exam papers.
    Regards,
    Dharmesh

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    Dear aspirant,

    For preparation of Bank exams, you must start the preparation based on identifying your strength and
    Weaknesses in the topics.
    IBPS which conducts clerical or PO exam and other bank exams for 19 centralized banks and other banks like SBI, RBI,
    which conducts various bank exams, put the questions from 5 different sections:
    - Quantitative Aptitude
    - Reasoning Ability
    - General Awareness about Banking sectors
    - General English
    - Computer Knowledge.
    So you should start the preparation by following below rules:
    - Timetable-> Follow a regular time table for the preparation.
    - More time on weak areas-> Identify the strong and weak areas of yours and give more time on
    Your weak areas.
    - Practice-> You need to practice on regular basis for the topics you are learning.
    - Study from standard books->You should read from standard books which are good for banking exams like
    Arihant books, Chronicle Magazines.
    - Avoid shortcuts-> You should never try to memorize shortcuts, and instead you should try to learn
    The concept behind any solution. You may stuck in few questions if you are not able to implement the shortcut,
    But if you know the main concept, you’ll always solve the question.

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    Hi

    The bank PO written exam consists of 04 sections:
    1. Quantitative Aptitude: This section is of 50 marks and there are 50 questions in this section. The quantitative aptitude consist of questions based on chapters of
    Percentage
    Boats and Streams
    Time and Distance
    Ages
    LCM and HCF
    Decimals
    Time and work
    Data Interpretation
    Simple Interest
    Compound Interest
    Mensuration
    Probability and Permutation-combination
    The best book to prepare quantitative aptitude is R.S Agarwal's Quantitative aptitude.


    2. Logical Reasoning- This section consists of 50 questions of 50 marks .
    Coding-decoding
    Blood Relations
    Directions
    Number sequence
    Alphabet series
    Puzzles
    Venn diagrams


    R.S Agarwal's book for Verbal and non verbal reasoning is the best to practice.


    3. General Awareness with ispecial reference to banking industry. In this section, questions are asked from general awareness and banking sector.


    4. Computer knowledge -Basic computer knowledge questions are asked in this section to check proficiency in computers.


    5. English language- This section consists of 50 questions and there are questions based passage, error finding, jumbled sentence

    Thanks

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    Hi dear friend

    Preparation for bank exams is very easy compared to any other government services exam

    Three months is enough time to prepare the bank exams

    first you need to concentrate on APTITUDE

    SINCE IT IS THE SCORING ONE BUT WE HAVE SESSIONAL CUTOFF FOR EVERY ACCEPECT

    -->Aptitude

    -->General Awareness

    -->Computer Knowledge

    -->Common English

    -->Logical resonoing

    All the very best

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    Tips for preparation of Bank exams are as stated below-
    • Read the newspaper daily and be aware of the current happenings in the country and world.
    • R.S aggrawal for mathematics and reasoning would be a best book for the preparation.
    • You must also need to watch the NEWS channels daily.
    • Solve the sample papers available in the time period of exam.
    • You must know the history, current happenings in the banking sector.
    • Go through the previous year question papers for better preparation.

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    Bank Exams are in hot demand these days.

    The number of candidates who are applying for these exams are going on increasing.

    Here are some tips to prepare for this exam.

    Strong enough in General Awareness.

    Read News Papers daily and current afairs books and get knowledge.

    Update the news continuously.

    Practice as much as you can for aptitude.

    Due to this only, you can save time and answer more questions in less time.

    Develop mental ability to answer reasoning questions.

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    DEAR SIRPLS GIVE ME YOUR BANKING TIPS FOR PREPARATION, PLS MAIL TO ME THIS ID saru2j@yahoo.co.in

    Hai.......


    There are many Tips for preparing the Bank Exam.

    The Question paper will be mostly probably contain the Following sections :

    Reasoning
    Quantitative Aptitude OR
    Numerical Reasoning
    English
    General Awareness
    Computer Knowledge


    Take Efforts :

    Understand be the mode of Understanding, preparing,personal effort is very much required as the competition will be high.

    1.Understand the Exam pattern & Frame shortcuts or easy methods for understanding questions within the given time.

    2.Regular practice will boost your confidence.

    3.Keep an eye on the upcoming bank exams & Job to gather the exam without fear.


    ALL THE BEST............

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    Smile Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    HI DUDE,

    Regular practice and attention should be paid to all the sections like;

    Reasoning,
    Aptitude,
    Mathematics,
    English,etc.

    Be aware of all current affairs and current issues related to economics ,politics,business etc.

    Most important hand writing should be legible.

    All basics should be thoroughly prepared by comprehensive study of class 1oth mathematics formulas.

    full length mock test ,which contains all the section ,should be attempted within the fixed time period.

    Books for bank exams:-

    Prathyogetha Kiran.
    G.K Publication.
    Surya publications.
    BCA Series.
    Prathyogatha darpan.

    Pattern of examination is very simple. Examination includes 5 sections
    Numerical Ability - 50 Questions
    Verbal Ability - 50 Questions
    General knowledge - 50 Questions
    Logical Reasoning - 50 Questions
    Computer Knowledge - 50 QuestionsDuration of exam is 2 hour and 30 minutes.
    Total no. of questions ask in exam r 250.




    all the best



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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    Dear..

    Bank eligibility is as follows :-

    Graduation from a recognized university
    No subject limit
    Age 21-30
    No minimum marks criteria
    Unlimited number of attempt

    Tips are :-

    Solve as much sample paper as you can
    Time Management is necessary
    Solve all question first and then fill the OMR to save time
    Solve Maths First
    Try to get hands on over computer as exam is online now
    Unsolved paper solving can also help you


    Hope it will help

    Cheers...!!!

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    Tips for preparation of Bank exams------
    Syllabus for SBI Bank Clerk:-


    General English
    Test of Reasoning
    Quantitative Aptitude
    General Awareness
    Clerical Aptitude
    Computer & Marketing


    Syllabus for SBI Bank PO:-


    Reasoning
    General English
    Quantitative Aptitude
    General Awareness
    Data Interpretation & Data sufficiency
    Computer & Marketing
    Socio Economic.


    Syllabus for IBPS PO:-


    Reasoning
    English Language
    Quantitative Aptitude
    General Awareness
    Computer Knowledge


    Syllabus for IBPS Clerk:-


    Reasoning
    Numerical Abilities
    English Language
    General Awareness
    Computer Awareness


    Books----








    THANK YOU AND ALL THE BEST

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    hi,

    Bank exams in governmet banks include Bank Clerk, Bank PO and specialist officer.

    These exams are conducted by IBPS.

    To prepare these, you must know the exam syllabus and pattern -

    1. Reasoning

    2. Quantitative Aptitude

    3. English

    4. General Awareness

    5. Computer awareness

    How to prepare -

    To prepare for these papers, firstly you should have good books.

    You can buy these books for your preparation -

    Upkar publication books

    Arihant publication books

    R S Agarwal's - Quantitative APtituude

    R S Agarwal's - A modern approach to verbal and non verbal reasoning

    Pratiyogita darpan

    Objective english by R S Agarwal

    These books are ery helpful for preparation.

    You can solve prvious year papers.

    Try to solve sample / previous year papers in given time.

    Memorize quick methods, for this - Quicker Maths by M.tyra , is an excellent book.

    Read newspaper daily for current affairs.

    If needed, join a good coaching in your area for an organised [preparation.

    These points if taken care, will prove beneficial for your preparation.

    I have attached few sample / model papers for your preparation -

    comp new.doc
    COMPUTER 3.pdf
    English.pdf
    GA @.doc
    IBPS reasoning.pdf
    new reasoning paper.doc
    QA next.doc
    Quant paper.pdf

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    DEAR SIRPLS GIVE ME YOUR BANKING TIPS FOR PREPARATION, PLS MAIL TO ME THIS ID saru2j@yahoo.co.in
    Now a days banking job is very much selected by so many job aspirants.

    This job is reputed in Indian society.

    People like this job for this purpose.

    The minimum eligibility criteria to join this job is graduation of minimum 3 years.

    Age limit for PO is 20-30 years.

    Age limit for clerk is 18-28 years.

    20 public sector banks of India have given the authority of recruiting bank personnels to IBPS.

    IBPS conducts common written Exams every year.

    The syllabus for this exam consists of:

    1. Reasoning ability.

    2. Numerical Aptitude.

    3. General Awareness.

    4. English Comprehension.

    5. Computer knowledge.

    To success in exam you have to do good practice with previous years questions asked in bank exams.

    Regular practice is key to success for these types of exams.

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    lakshmi dhana Array
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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    Dear friend. . . To crack bank exams you must concentrate on the following as follows ReasoningGeneral EnglishQuantitative AptitudeGeneral AwarenessData Interpretation & Data sufficiency. . . . . . You may take coaching at career launcher ,time,akash institute, ibps guru etc. . . Thank you . . All the best.

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    **First of all you are to think about the eligibility for bank exam.

    **Secondly the question pattern,quantity,timings etc.

    There are 5 (Five subjects) 1. English, 2. Mathematics. 3.Reasoning 4.General Knowledge(based on banking knowledge)5. computer knowledge.each subject contain 40 objective pattern question then candidates are
    to answer 5x40=200 questions within 2 hours of time.So, that you are to answer as fast as you can correctly
    otherwise you are to get -(minus)marks.

    For preparation you are to see few famous publishers' model question books:-

    1.R S Agarwala.

    2.Upkar Guide.

    3.Arhint Publishers' book.

    4.Kiran Publishers' book.

    5.Chand publishers,

    For general knowledge:

    1.Read one news paper either in Hindi or in English.

    2.Read monthly magazine of GK, by a)Protiyogita Darpan.b)C S R.c)Competition Master.

    You are to practice question sets daily.Keep record your performance fortnightly, then you rectify your faults

    to get more.When you see you are excellent than it is sure you will crack bank exam.

    Thank You,



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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    hai,see bank exams are becoming tougher more than before because of the increasing of number of applicants so you should cover all the topics completely and clearly.we cant expect any of the repeated type of procedure of the upcoming bank exams so you have to practice more and more even more.following are the topics that are covering by the banks:@numerical aptitude@reasoning(high level)@data interpretation@english comprehension@marketing and coputers@general awareness@current topics essays@in high level reasoning you face very tough questions like three syllogism, two syllogisminput probelms, conclusion problems, figure problems keenly have to concentrate on that.this time sbi covers only data interpretation for aptitude not a single type of aptitude.and for general awareness you should have knowledge of six months before affairs.all the best

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    Dear there are so many ways to prepare for banking exams but some of the best tips are following to prepare for this examination :

    >> Decide your Target : If you are going towards banking sector and wanna make your career in banking then you also know that there are so many banks and all 20 government sector banks are recruiting under IBPS excluding SBI so that first of all you should decide that which exam you are preparing for and what post you want in banking sector and if you think that you should start your career from PO post then you must prepare only for PO exam and should not participate for any other type of competitive examination and also try to clerk exams

    >> Coaching Institute : When you are preparing for banking exams then why don't you go to any good and reputed coaching institute to prepare for bank PO examination because coaching institutes provides complete support in your preparation and you will feel good in coaching because they will provide you all study material and preparation strategy for this examination and you will learn various short tricks to qualify examination in short time and when you will see competitive environment then you will be motivated in yourself and will give more time for your preparation

    >> Self Preparation : If you have completed coaching institute and learned all basics or do not want to go any good coaching then you may also prepare yourself for this exam and you need to buy various publication books for this examination and use previous year question papers and get full details about syllabus and new examination pattern from the official recruitment notification then begin your preparation and if you prepare yourself then you should try to give at least 8 hours everyday for bank PO examination and practice is everything for bank clerk and PO exam and practice will make you able to qualify exam and score good marks in CWE so try to solve at least 3 question papers everyday to make your speed faster

    >> You should focus more on those subjects and topics which are tough and give more time for those topics because every single topic is most compulsory to score good marks that is why you have to care about every single subject and topic inside that and get good command over everything to get a sure job and dedicated to your study only and keep your general awareness up to date by various magazines and you may use following books to prepare for this examination

    >> RS Agrawal
    >> TS Jain
    >> Ashok Mehta
    >> OP Tondon
    >> SK Duggal
    >> Unique Publishers
    >> GK Publication
    >> BSC Publication
    >> Disha Publication
    >> Arihant Publication
    >> Upkar Publication
    >> Success Mirror
    >> Chronicle - Current Affairs
    >> The Hindu Daily News Paper

    I have attached some previous years question papers with complete syllabus, please download and get help in your preparation for this examination

    All the best
    Attached Files

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    Re: Tips for preparation of Bank exams?

    Expensive there are plenty of strategies to plan bank examinations however some of the best guidelines usually are pursuing to organize in this check-up :

    Come to a decision your current Aim for : If you are intending in the direction of bank area in addition to wanna create your job with bank then you definitely as well are aware that there are plenty of banking institutions and all of 20 administration area banking institutions usually are recruiting beneath IBPS forgetting SBI making sure that initially you should determine that which often quiz you're getting yourself ready for in addition to just what publish you want with bank area in addition to if you feel you probably should start your employment through PO publish then you definitely need to create only for PO quiz and should not get involved for any other kind regarding very competitive check-up in addition to businesses can also be in order to clerk exams

    Education Institution : If you are getting yourself ready for bank examinations and then what say we you visit worthwhile in addition to most respected training institute to organize for standard bank PO check-up since training organizations provides entire aid within your getting ready and you may feel much better with training because they will provide you most review content in addition to getting ready technique in this check-up in addition to you will understand various limited tips to meet the criteria check-up with limited time and once you will see very competitive ecosystem you will subsequently be enthusiastic with by yourself and can provide additional time in your preparation

    >> Personal Preparing : In case you have carried out training institute in addition to discovered most basics or maybe wouldn't like to proceed worthwhile training you may then as well plan in advance in this quiz in addition to you need to purchase various magazine textbooks in this check-up and utilize former year question paperwork and have 100 % information regarding syllabus in addition to new check-up routine from the established recruitment notice and then get started your current getting ready in addition to in the event you plan in advance and then lowering provide no less than 8 several hours day-to-day for standard bank PO check-up and workout can be every little thing for standard bank clerk in addition to PO quiz and workout could make you competent to meet the criteria quiz in addition to score beneficial scars with CWE therefore try to fix no less than 3 question paperwork day-to-day in making your current speed swifter

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