How to crack IBPS Clerk Exam?
Every year Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) recruits clerical cadre resources for IBPS Clerk post for different public sector banks across India. Often bank aspirants wonder how they should prepare for the IBPS Clerk exam so that they can clear it in the first attempt. There are few aspirants who tend to attend coaching classes and some resort to prepare online through self-study.
Studying on your own is one of the best practices to crack the IBPS Clerk exam. The goal of clearing the IBPS exam can only be achieved by regular practice, patience and determination. Hence, we bring you some key tips that can help you to nail the upcoming IBPS Clerk Examination 2019:
Prepare a Personalized Study Plan: The first stage of your preparation for the IBPS Clerk Exam 2019 is to design a study schedule of your own and follow it rigorously. As a matter of fact, you can crack the clerical cadre exam only if you follow a proper plan and devote time to each section of the test. Try to allocate sufficient time for each section of the exam and check which topics are consuming more time. Initially, those topics might some time to pick up. But eventually, you’ll learn to sort time for key concepts and segregate your time and effort and use it more productively for other areas that need improvement. Keep track of the IBPS official page to stay informed about any changes in the exam pattern, date, call letter, etc.
Learn Time Management Strategies: Managing time is one of the key strategies to excel in the IBPS Clerk exam. While preparing for the exam, check the exam pattern and structure of both the Prelims & Mains exam and examine the areas which are time-consuming. So just before you sit for the actual exam, you need to decide how much time will you devote per section so that at the end of the test you’re in a good position to judge how well you’ve performed in the exam. Remember, don’t get wedded to a particular question during the exam. Distribute your time equally for all the sections of the exam without emphasising on a particular question-type.
Practice more: As the famous adage goes, “Practice Makes A Man Perfect”. Try to implement a lot of practice sessions during your IBPS Clerk exam preparation. You can practice and try solving IBPS question paper of prior years to get used to the questions’ pattern. By practising more you’ll also learn to solve complex problems easily and maintain accuracy while attempting them during the exam. It is imperative to note that if you’ve attempted fewer questions but whatever you have attempted in the actual test is correct, it reduces your chances of penalty implied for an incorrect answer.
Do you want more effective tips to kick-start your IBPS Clerk exam preparation? You can refer to BYJU’S study materials for in-depth understanding and talk to our Academic Counsellors for more information.