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How Do I Score More than 100 in IBPS PO?

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How to Score More than 100 in IBPS PO: When it comes to scoring good marks in the IBPS PO exam, the first thing that the students must focus on is, effective preparation and the right study material. We advise you to begin your preparation for the exam early, spend at least 8 hours a day studying, revise what you study every day, practice as much as you can, and try to start with the topics/ subjects you find easy and then move on to the ones you have difficulty in understanding. Follow this method, and you will be able to complete the syllabus on time and also prepare for the exam effectively. Mentioned below are some pointers that we have mentioned for you in order to understand in a brief and simple manner. Have a look at the following:

  1. Getting the right books which has comprehensive syllabus.
  2. Knowing the syllabus and what will be coming in the examination.
  3. Solving dozens of papers to get a firm grip on all the subjects
  4. Efficiently managing time and maintaining accuracy
  5. Giving each subject equal time
  6. Making short notes of every important topic you come across
  7. Understanding the exam pattern in detail
  8. Finding right coaching institute and doing self study

Attempt All IBPS PO Prelims Exam Questions with Hints & Solutions Here!

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IBPS Clerk PO Practice Questions

Access the unlimited free IBPS PO Prelims practice questions from Embibe and improve your preparation level. Candidates can follow the below-mentioned steps to take the IBPS PO Prelims free practice questions:

  • 1st Step: Visit Embibe’s official website, i.e., embibe.com.
  • 2nd Step: Use your mobile number/email to log in and select ‘Practice’
  • 3rd Step: Then select your Goal as ‘IBPS PO Prelims’ under Banking.
  • 4th Step: Click Next and select your preferred language.
  • 5th Step: Once done, click on the below-mentioned links to practice the IBPS PO Prelims questions.
Practice IBPS PO Prelims Reasoning QuestionsPractice English IBPS PO Prelims Language Questions
Practice IBPS PO Prelims Quantitative Aptitude Questions

Best Books to Study From

The right kind of study material is an important [art of your exam preparation. Make sure you refer to the best recommended books in order to study well. Here we have listed a set of books subject-wise. you can refer to them and prepare for the examination effectively. Have a look at the following:

Reasoning

  1. Numerical Ability and Quantitative Aptitude ; For Competitive Examinations (English) – P.K. Mittal
  2. General Intelligence & Test Of Reasoning, 2/e PB (English)- S. thorpe
  3. A Modern Approach To Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning (English) Revised Edition – R.S. Aggarwal

Computer Knowledge

  1. Objective Computer Awareness: For General Competitive Exams (English) – Arihants
  2. Computer Literacy And Knowledge for Bank PO and Bank Clerk Exam – Kiran Prakashan
  3. Computer Knowledge – R. Pillai

General Knowledge

  1. Encyclopaedia Of General Knowledge & General Awareness (English) – R.P. Verma
  2. General Awareness and Current Affairs Digest (English)- M. Laxminath
  3. Modern Banking in India – Dimensions and Risks (English) – R . K Uppal

Quantitative Aptitude

  1. Text Book of Quickest Mathematics: Quantitative Aptitude & Numerical Ability Useful for all Competitive Exams– Aditha B.Rao
  2. Reasoning & Quantitative Aptitude Books by R S Aggarwal
  3. Magical Book on Quicker Maths by M.Tyra

English

  1. Objective English for Competitive Examinations (English)– Hari Prasad & Uma Sinha
  2. Objective English (English) – Thorpe
  3. Objective General English (English)– R.S. Agarwal

 

IBPS PO Syllabus

For an efficient exam preparation, it is very important to have complete knowledge of the syllabus. Only then you can prepare easily and quickly. Here we have mentioned all the topics that you need to prepare for the IBPS PO exam. Have a look at the following:

Reasoning

Number series
Coding & decoding
Syllogisms
Venn diagrams
Letter & symbol series
Statement and argument
Logical problems
Verbal reasoning
Blood relations
Number ranking
Making judgements etc.

General Awareness

Current Affairs
Ministers & portfolios
Abbreviations
Top news in business, sports, culture & entertainment
Prominent committees & their heads
Economic News
Budget & Plans
Sports
Books and Authors
Awards and Honours
Science Inventions and Discovery
Abbreviations
Important Days & Dates etc.

Quantitive Aptitude

Number System, Simplification
Work and Time, Time and Distance, Problem on Train, Boat & Stream
Profile & Loss, Percentage
Ratio & Proportion, Partnership
Simple Interest, Compound Interest
Geometry
Arithmetic
Trigonometry
Statistics
Mensuration etc.

English Language

Synonyms
Antonyms
Verb
Error Correction
Tenses
Sentence Rearrangement
Fill in the Blanks, Articles etc
Comprehension
Unseen Passages
Vocabulary etc.

Solve Sample Question Papers

As it is rightly stated, “practice makes you perfect”, we strongly recommend that you practice well for the exam. The more you practice, the better score you can obtain in the examination. Try to solve sample question papers, previous year papers and mock tests as much as you can. It will help you improve your problem solving skills, writing speed, answering accuracy etc. Mock tests are designed in a question paper manner, and gives you time limit, scoring pattern, etc. It helps you in understanding the exam pattern well. Try free mock tests for IBPS PO exam on Embibe.

Time Management

Managing time is an important skill you need to learn well before you start your preparation. It will help you to build a calendar which will assist you  in helping you stick to your plan. As far as accuracy is concerned the more you practice the better you get. Maintaining the balance is the key. When you do chapter wise test, you not only get in depth details on what went wrong, features like overtime attempts ( questions where you take more time to answer correctly) wasted attempts ( you take long time to answer incorrectly) and perfect attempts ( answered correctly in given time period) guide you to make informed decision when it comes to your preparations.

Coaching Centre and Self Study

You can find coaching institutes by visiting here, where you can find top most coaching institutes in the country. For self study you don’t need to go anywhere else, as embibe provides a one stop solution for all your preparation needs. From giving you chapter wise tests which gives you in personalized feedback tailored to your needs with the help of data science to, giving you tips and tricks to solve your  banking exam to latest information regarding banking jobs, you get all of it here. The tricky part here is how to balance both of them to get the best. The optimal level of your preparation can be achieved once you unlock your potential and dedicate chunk of your time for both self study and coaching institute.

We hope that these tips have helped you in your exam preparation for IBPS PO. If you have any queries, please write to us in the comment section, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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