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How do I crack the IBPS PO exam?
I started my preparation just after I filled up the application.My preparation startegy are as followEnglish: Honestly didn't even have a book of this subject, no practice at all. But always the most scoring section for me. Because I read alot of articles, I mean a lot. That helped me to spot errors easily without even knowing what kind of rules were being applied.Descriptive: Hadn't even for once typed a letter or essay on a computer. Typing on the mains exam day was my 1st. But here too my article reading habit helped me. Scored 17/25.Quantitative: My base was strong and every concept was clear to me. But I know myself that even if I put my serious efforts in this section I could have scored 20 at best. So, I relied on this section just for the sectional cutoff.Reasoning: My hard work and practice were on this section. Seriously I practiced puzzles a lot. Every puzzles I could get my hands on. And that helped me in making this section a scoring one.Banking Awareness: haha.... couldn't give any suggestions on this.Summing up, I relied hugely on English and Reasoning. So, identify your strong area and polish it so well that it shine very brightly.Luckily in my 1st attempt I attended interview and hopefull to make it into the final list.Cleared prelims with just .75 marks above the cutoff.Cleared mains with 84.88 marks.P.S.I'm someone who took 6 years to graduate with just 45.9% (3rd Division).Edit:Luckily got BOI my 2nd choice.And freakishly shocked with my interview marks. Got 70.95/100 . My interview was not that good. Didn't even know abbreviation of SIDBI, examples of MSME and many more ….I think they mostly gave marks for my confidence and jolly nature shown in the interview.
How do I prepare for IBPS PO 2017?
How to prepare for IBPS POIn theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. But in practice, there is.- Yogi BerraBefore you start your preparation you must be aware of the every nitty-gritty of this exam. For the details, Visit official website of IBPS ( http://www.ibps.in), download IBPS-PO notification and go through it to know every crucial details about the exam like exam pattern, negative marking, scheme Of examination etc. Examination structure consists of three phase :Preliminary ExaminationMain ExaminationInterviewBefore preparation, we must know the previous year cut-offs and type of questions asked in last year exam. So , please search for IBPS-PO-VI exam analysis on http://www.bankersadda.comCut-off Score  IBPS-PO-V ( Pre & Mains)IBPS-PO-VI ( Pre & Mains)Interview The total marks allotted for Interview are 100. The minimum qualifying marks in interview will not be less than 40%, weightage (ratio) of CWE (Main exam) and interview will be 80:20 respectively. The combined final score of candidates shall be arrived at on the basis of scores obtained by the candidates in the Main Examination of CWE PO/MT-VI and Interview. Therefore, if you want to get selected in the final list, you need to score 20+ marks more than cutoff in Main Examination, i believe.  IBPS PO-VII will be schedule in the month of October7 Oct 2022. Oct 201714 Oct 201715 Oct 2022. mains will be in the month of November26 Nov 2017.Now, let's start with the preparation part. We need to prepare for the 5 different sections viz.Quantitative AptitudeReasoningEnglishGeneral AwarenessComputer AwarenessENGLISHTopics to focus onReading ComprehensionCloze TestSentence Correction and sentence ImprovementSpot the errorFill in the blanks ( single filler & double filler )Para jumbles ( Arrangement & odd one out)Vocabulary ( synonyms & antonyms)Para completionTips for EnglishStart reading. Read newspaper. Newspaper is going to help you in preparing current affairs as and it will build up your comprehension ability .For Grammar, Refer to Plinth of paramount by Neetu Singh. Don't try to cram all the rules, just go through them and in examination, trust your instincts.Noun, subject-verb agreement, articles & preposition , these are important chapters.Learn Vocabulary and idioms & phrases given in book.Start practicing from a test series or from online quizzes.Reasoning AbilityTopics to focus onSeating arrangement ( Linear, circular, square)Coding-DecodingMathematical InequalitiesBlood relationsSyllogism & reverse syllogismPuzzlesDirection and DistanceClassification/AnalogySeries (Alphabetical, Number & mixed series)Ordering and rankingMachine Input-OutputLogical reasoningCause & effectStatement & ArgumentStatement and and course of actionStatement & assumptionDrawing inferencesData sufficiencyTips for ReasoningLearn how to solve every type of questions with the help of a teacher or from online YouTube channelAdda247Feel free to learnMahendra GuruUnacademyWhen you done with concepts, start solving previous year question and test series. Practice is is the key .Computer Awareness Topics to focus on :Tips for computer AwarenessComputer Knowledge is a section, in which if you’ve done the right preparation you easily score marks.Get any computer Awareness booklet & go through it twice and start solving questions asked in previous examinations.Go through bankersadaa computer capsule.Quantitative AptitudeTopics to focus onSimplification & approximationPercentageProfit, Loss & discountTime and WorkRatio and Proportion & partnershipInterest (Simple and compound)Number Series(Missing & Wrong)Quadratic EquationsMixture & AlligationTime, speed & distanceBoat & streamTime & WorkPipe and cisternAverage & AgesData interpretationLine GraphBar GraphPie-ChartTabulationMix diagramsRadar graphCaseletsCircle & mensurationData sufficiencyPermutation & combinationProbabilityTips for Quantitative aptitudeLearn concepts of all the chapters using Class notes of Rakesh Yadav Sir or Quantum Cat by Sarvesh K. Verma or from YouTube VideosLearn square of numbers upto 30 , cubes upto 15 & tables upto 20.Practice 50 questions for each chapter and then start solving mock papers & online quizzes.General Awareness (Banking Awareness)Banking Awareness & static GK from bankers adda capsule ( or from any coaching booklet)Glance through the newspaper everyday. Read Business section carefully & editorials related to economy.You will find a lots of fodder points below the images in newspaper.Go through the current affairs of atleast 4 months before the exam date.Refer to The Hindu monthly review by bankersadDaBankers adda capsuleStudyIQ weekly current affairs on YouTubeTest Series Career Power & Olive board are best.Important websites and applications that can be of immense help in preparation :  Websites:http://www.ibps.inwww.rbi.org.inwww.bankersadda.comwww.affairscloud.comYouTube channels :UnacademyAdda247Mahendra GuruFeel free to learnStudyIQMobile Applications :Adda247grade upThe HinduVocab24P.S. : A million dollar advice  A mock a day keeps the failure away.Happy Practicing!!!
What should be my strategy (e.g. how many hours to study, which books for each section, etc.) to crack the IBPS PO exam in 3 months?
Hi Nayra,Have a detailed day wise plan for your preparation.Students who have entirely dedicated a few months for the upcoming RRB and IBPS exams and have started their preparation recently or are about to start, then this blog will guide them in making their schedules efficient..(8-10 hrs of studies combined with smart work needed to bring you to the top, hence making you the cream...SO HERE GOES:)QUANT:Daily 2 hrs of quant (going up to 3 hrs for weak students) will go a long way in improving your speed. During this time brush up chapter wise concepts along with a lot of practice questions .Note:1)Note down neatly in a separate hand out or book any short-cuts or important questions that you come across and need to memorize so that you can go through them regularly.2)You could also make voice recordings of tables from 1-30, squares, and cubes on your phone and keep listening to them to help you memorize, ENGLISH:I am sure the common problem that most of you face is confusion as to what would be the correct answer, or all seem correct while solving error corrections, fill in the blanks etc . Well let me tell you something English is very much like maths, the more you work on your basics and concepts( i.e. rules of grammar) the faster and more accurate you get at each step.So time to open your school grammar books like Wren and Martin with solution and also K Kundan English practice plus concepts book for banking and SSC or any book for that matter which explains English grammar and rules in details. Keep revising them regularly. Also practice daily with bankers Adda quizzes.HENCE DAILY 2 HRS ARE A MUST!!!.REASONING:Not a very difficult section and at the same time very scoring too. Yet we often make the mistake of not being regular with it by taking it for granted.So give it 1-2 hrs daily depending at what level you are currently at.If you know the concepts then 1 hr is good enough and if u are still at the learning stage then 2 hrs will be needed.NOT A SECTION TO BE IGNORED AS DURING THE EXAM BATTLE EACH MARK COUNTSGENERAL KNOWLEDGE AND CURRENT AFFAIRS:Start by reading the newspaper daily be it Hindu or any other fit for competitive exams, special focus on financial news relating to the banking sector. Go through the GK capsule given by BA and other lists on a regular basis.So 1 hour to newspaper and another hour to Bankers Adda capsules and other lists..THE MOST IMPORTANT ADDITION IS TO GIVE ONLINE EXAMS!!! YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO NOT DO THEM.....The more you practice these the better prepared you will be at the time of the real exam.Buy any online exam portal like career power exam series and give one exam every alternate day and on the other days analyse the exam that you had given on the previous day. Note down or bookmark(i.e. save) all the important questions that you come across.So 3 days in a week take exams and other 3 days do a detailed analysis of those exams.FOLLOW THIS SCHEDULE MONDAY TO FRIDAYOn weekends i.e. Saturday and Sunday do subjects like Computers and Banking Awareness plus revise all that was done on weekdays be it important questions or Gk, etc
How do I prepare for SBI PO in 2 months?
Hi,Yes, you can prepare for SBI PO Exam in 2 months, provided you follow a proper study plan and the correct approach for the same. Now, the important question is, how do you start your exam preparation.First and foremost, go through the exam pattern and syllabus of SBI PO Exam for Prelims as well as Mains exam. Yes, you should focus more on the prelims phase in the beginning, but since the time period between the prelims and mains exam of SBI PO is not too large, it would be better to keep preparing for the mains exam side-by-side.Now, once you are done with the exam pattern and syllabus, work on strengthening your basics. For this, you can go through the study notes of the different topics of the Quant, Reasoning and English section. This will help you understand the proper technique to approach them in exam. However, just reading the notes is not sufficient. Attempt quizzes/ questions based on the topics that you study to inspect how much you actually understood. Make sure that you revise the topics on a regular basis.After your conceptual clarity, you move on to the most important phase of your exam preparation: PRACTICE. This is crucial to scoring good marks in the exam. A proper practice not only helps you understand the section-wise topics better, but also helps you strengthen your accuracy and speed for the exam. So, devote at least 2-3 hours daily to just the practice of questions.Another important aspect of your exam preparation is ‘Online Mock Tests’. Giving online test series helps you get acquainted with the exam interface and also helps you overcome your exam phobia. Giving mock tests on a regular basis also helps you manage your time in the exam in a much better way. So, give online mock tests on a regular basis and make sure that you analyse how you performed in these tests, to figure out your weaker areas and work on them accordingly.2 months• time is sufficient to prepare for SBI PO exam, provided you utilise it efficiently and smartly.Good Luck!
What are the ways to crack the IBPS PO exam? Any good books for the same?
14 Step Guide to be Bank PO Success Story Part IIf you are a Bank PO aspirant, you will surely be interested in taking the SBI PO and IBPS PO exams. You could study blindly for the exams, and roll the dice. You may or may not be successful. To give yourself the advantage you need to be prepared with both the complete syllabus and a good strategy. The best way to build a successful strategy is to ask those who have used it effectively to get recruited as Probationary Officers in SBI and IBPS affiliated banks. We collected the experiences of some of the success stories from Testbook users. There are successful aspirants's own account, as to how they prepared, which I have compiled and presented.Credits: Jit Saha, Shivam Verma, Nilaksh Bansal, Bharadwaja Surya, Siddharth Jain, Neha Patial#1. BE MENTALLY PREPARED AT THE OUTSETIs it hard to get there? To become a Bank PO.There is fierce competition to get this job. This can be gauged from the fact that approx. 1 in 1100 students or may be even fewer than that get selected finally. So it was a really, really, tough nut to crack!That being said, it was definitely achievable.  With a good plan in mind, it’s possible to crack this exam in 2-3 months. Practice is the key.Being an IT employee, it was a little troublesome for me to appear in paper-and-pen mock tests. I had to be in office on weekends. But “getting digital is the way”.However, the hardest part for me was not the preparation or the exam time. It was the stress that I had to deal with and the wait for results. #2. LEARN TO MANAGE YOUR TIME WELLSBI PO 2022 was a test of time. How did you manage it?Mocks! Loads of them! After a good amount of practice, I got to know the areas which take me more time and those which take less. Then I could distribute my time accordingly in subsequent mocks. During my practice with mock tests I always set a target to attempt more questions even if I had to compromise with accuracy at first. Gradually, I started focusing on accuracy. This helped me answer more questions accurately.Once I became confident about my speed, I began to focus on accuracy in other ways. This exam is not just about knowing what to attempt but also about identifying what to skip. You must have the ability to glance through the question and be able to skip it if it seems too lengthy. If you develop this ability, then time won’t be a major obstacle.The order in which you answer the sections is important. I always started off with English because I was aware of the fact that this section is a score booster. I always wanted to answer it with a fresh mind to maximize my score. It allowed me to minimize silly mistakes. To figure out how much time to devote to each section, I solved previous years• question papers. While writing mock tests I stuck to this approximate time limit for each section, no matter how many questions I was able to attempt.Working under deadlines also helped me a lot. I started to enjoy pressure. In fact, I give my best when I am under pressure. But, SBI PO is hardly a cakewalk. I tried to make a balance by choosing an effective way online. I joined Testbook and started to solve regular quizzes on the Testbook app.Overall, it is very important to hold your nerves, not to panic and just enjoy your attempt. #3. FIND THE CORRECT PRELIMS STRATEGYWhat strategy did you apply in the days leading up to prelims?First of all, I glanced through previous years• questions. From this I got an idea about the major topics asked. Then I took all the free Mock Test provided by Testbook. Then I finished the major topics which were less time consuming but were more scoring. I completed all this inside a month and started giving the remaining mock tests.I gave as many mock tests as possible. I solved anywhere from one test per day to three per day. This number shot up to 5-7 mock tests in the last 5 days before prelims. This helped me to be in the rhythm of solving questions. All the while, I did not focus on a single subject but all three at the same time.Analysis of Mocks was the most important part. I went through all the solutions for all questions. I went through the analysis of my performance to understand where I needed to improve. I also avoided those tests that were being difficult for the sake of it. Good marks in mock tests helped build my confidence.#4. GET THE RIGHT RESOURCESWhat all resources did you use to prepare for the exam?Online Sources: Testbook (For mock tests (especially solutions), practice on app, CA capsules, other blog posts)Bankers Adda - IBPS PO, SBI, RRB (For capsules)Investopedia (For understanding banking topics)The Hindu e-paperWhatsapp groupsYoutube channels Offline Sources:RS Aggarwal for QuantFast Track Arithmetic by Rajesh Verma (for shortcuts)Kiran Practice PapersArihant Booklet for Computers and Marketing (just in case) #5. GET SUFFICIENT PRACTICEWhat do you think is the optimum number of mock tests one should take to prepare for the exam? Is it advisable to take more number of sectional tests or full lengths?There is no optimum number. There’s no point in solving mocks if you don’t keep track of your shortcomings and improve them. But I solved more than 20-25 tests for Mains and same for prelims. Your number will vary • take mock tests till you are confident enough to face the exams. Confident means till you start to score 10-15 marks more than previous year’s cutoff.Both sectional and full length tests have their own merits. It would be better to attempt few sectional tests before full tests to get comfortable with each section. Then attempt full length tests. To improve your strategy in any one section, come back to sectional tests. Sectional tests are also easy to practice because one may not like to invest 1 hour at a time. You can invest 20 minutes and can finish the task in intervals. Sectional tests also improve time management because you are restricted to use only 20 minutes.#6. MAKE AN OVERALL PLANHow did you tackle the whole syllabus?It is practically impossible to attempt 200 questions. In fact, I found it difficult to read even 150 questions. So I first identified which topics have to be completely left out. Then I identified some topics like Syllogisms, Input-Output, Inequalities, Quadratic Equations etc. which are easy and can be done with good speed. This is how the syllabus has to be managed. Eventually, get to the tougher chapters.#7. BETTER YOUR STRATEGY FOR MAINS AFTER PRELIMSWhat strategy did you apply in the days leading up to Mains?I analysed my Prelims performance and figured out what was lacking. I worked on my problem areas to make sure I did not get stuck in the same places.Mains require even more practice. Calculation speed has to be blazing fast so worked upon it. I learnt some quick calculation techniques. Tried to read newspapers at a fast pace with understanding to attempt passage questions in minimum time.I gave even more Mock tests and read General Awareness capsules. I gave 2 tests per day for mains, and I analysed each test and went through the solutions after. I studied current affairs and banking awareness in the time in between.Apart from all these, I am grateful to some of my friends who were the part and parcel of my journey to SBI. I created a whatsapp group and kept adding guys with similar mindsets. We discussed whatever questions we got stuck on. This not only created a great bond amongst us but also enriched our knowledge. The name of our group is “Destination Success” where we are just a family trying to help each other maximize our capabilities.Read Part II of the 14 Step Guide to be a PO Success Story to get specific tips for each subject and Mains PreparationGood Luck!
What are some interesting things about money that only a few people know about?
There is US$75 trillion in the entire world. If this gets distributed equally on Earth, GDP per capita will be less than $11,000.The blood you donate is sold on the open market and it’s a US$4.5 billion per year industry.The International Space Station is the most expensive object ever built at US$150 billion.McDonald’s made about US$70 million a day in 2015.Apple’s revenue in 2022 was about US$445,000 per minute.Americans spent about US$61.4 billion on their pets in 2011.Americans spent US$10 billion more on pets than the German’s entire defence budget in 2013.Paper money can transport live flu virus for up to 17 days.World’s 100 richest earned enough in 2022 to end global poverty 4 times over.According to the US Department of Treasury: “The law prohibits portraits of living persons from appearing on Government Securities.”World Bank Group: “According to the best estimates businesses and individuals pay US$1.5 trillion in bribes alone each year”
Is there anyone out there who can explain to me why leaving the EU without a withdrawal agreement would ‘catastrophic’, ‘a calamity• and ‘a disaster’?
On live parliament TV (active at the time of writing) MPs repeatedly refer to that situation with the terms you have given.A first thing to keep in mind is this Withdrawal Agreement is just that. It is after its ratification that the future agreements can be undertaken, because the EU has refused to give the UK a priority status otherwise. First an exit, then a trade deal as a third country, essentially.In this case, overnight, and worryingly soon, the UK exits the EU with no replacement deals abroad (yes, I know there are a handful, but none of great significance). Essentially, while the EU has said it would continue as is for a period (for its own benefit, allowing them to adapt), this would leave the UK with no provisions for advantageous trade, which in turn can affect prices and potentially employment.The catastrophe we talk of, therefore:is the potential that British exports become unattractive in markets we export to, therefore firms might consider layoffs as sales declinethat foreign companies will no longer consider the UK as a hub for their activities for a time, because they won't have access to other markets they want, also harming employmentNot having the two years transition period, allowing the UK to ratify deals with further afield, as well as a future trade agreement with the EULeaving the island of Ireland and Northern Ireland in a highly confusing and unsettling set of circumstancesLeaving the UK to fall back on “WTO rules” with everyone else. Now, Jacob Rees-Mogg might use that term optimistically, but note that no one else operates this way, because it's crap (that may as well be the technical term). WTO terms are primitive, and again, leave the EU forced to impose the same tariffs on the UK as any other country, until a future deal is negotiatedNow, it's all very well slashing tariffs on imports, as the government has said it will do in the case of a no-deal Brexit, but it doesn't actually protect domestic produce, and it certainly doesn't guarantee that other countries won't impose tariffs on ours (and then we go back to the business uncertainty).To arrive at this point essentially overnight, rather than a 2 year transition granted by the WA, is obviously much more volatile and uncertain for all involved.Even if it is ratified, we still have another 2 years of negotiations with the EU to come.Enjoy.
What are valuable skills that many young people are losing?
I’m a young person, at least for a few more years. I am 28 years old, and I’ve noticed that my peers and those younger than me are, generally, terrified of the phone. They are also terrified of networking.Let me explain. I got my first job out of college because I was willing to do these two things when most of my peers were not. Talking to adults and picking up the phone.I learned to do these two things in college, when I needed a job and was barely-employable. Allow me to explain.I was very idealistic as a teenager. I set off for college without ever asking the question what job will this degree prepare me for?Photo: Young, idealistic me with the theologian Gil Bailie and my dad in Sonoma. I was 18 and opted to attend a Catholic-theology publication’s board meeting with my dad instead of doing, I don’t know, normal teenager things?So I double-majored in History and Theology with Minors in Humanities and Peace and Justice. These specialties suggest no obvious next steps except graduate school. By my senior year, I knew I wanted to work.But what job can the peace and justice warrior of the Liberal Arts School expect in the 2022 job market?My now-husband was a real estate minor and member of the Real Estate Society at Villanova. One of his professors at the time made attending a networking event required, along with collecting 3 business cards and reporting back about the conversations had.The event was on campus. Most students were seniors with no jobs lined up. It was a networking event composed entirely of local real estate developers, commercial real estate brokers and the like. Could it be any more attractive?Imagine this: Most students did not attend. Those that did clustered into the corner and talked to each other. It wasn’t required for me, but I needed a job. I set out to collect business cards.The professionals in the room were not just friendly, they were falling all over themselves to help college students. They were excited to be there, excited to be talking to young people, and I was one of the few willing to talk to them.One of them turned out to be a Villanova alumni, fairly high up at a reputable commercial brokerage firm. He wanted to help a young Villanova student, and I was eager to accept the help.The next thing I did was one of the most important things I’ve ever done. I called him.I called him to say thank you for his advice. He encouraged me to submit a resume and to call him back when I did. He would put in a good word for me.I followed his instructions to a T, called him back and expressed gratitude as sincerely and humbly as I could muster. And I got the job.I had a good job at a good company with benefits right out of college. I had snagged a spot that many finance and real estate majors wanted. Everyone was perplexed about how that possibly could have happened.But she has no finance background! She’s a what? A History Major? What does she know about real estate!?! (The answer: nothing. Just like every other college student.)It took many years before I really understood what got me the job. It wasn’t the ridiculous cheap skirt suit I proudly bought for my interview. It wasn’t my carefully typed out and crisply printed resume. It wasn’t my straight A’s in History and Theology.It was my willingness to talk to professionals and to pick up the phone when my peers wouldn’t.These days, I talk to millennials who are looking for their first job or a new job. When they tell me they have submitted their resume hundreds of times online and haven’t even heard back, I suggest the following.Me: “Why not find some current employees on the company’s website, or on LinkedIn, and reach out to them directly? Or just show up at the office. If you’re not hearing back now, what do you have to lose?”Them: “Yeah, I probably should.”*A few weeks later*Me: “How is the job search going?”Them: “It’s so frustrating. I’ve submitted my resume hundreds of times. I spent all Saturday last week applying, and I haven’t heard back from anyone.”*Thinks to myself, ‘what’s the definition of insanity again?’*I still own that cheap skirt suit. Since I’ve changed jobs, I wear a suit rarely. But it’s probably time to retire this puppy. I’m not sure $100 suit sets from Banana Republic are supposed to last you 7 years. Maybe I’ll own it for long enough that it goes out of and comes back into fashion.
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