Many exams under the banking sector are conducted every year according to post, eligibility and vacancies. Huge numbers of aspiring candidates are employed in different departments like Clerks, Accountants, Development Officers, Auditors, Associates, Sales, Marketing, Officers, Probationary Officers and Insurance Agents. The aspiring graduates need to pass the banking exams which are under SBI, RBI, IBPS and other exams conducted by government and private bodies to get a job under the banking sector. Here are some tips and strategy to prepare for bank exam in 1 month.
Analyze the syllabus
Candidates have to be fully aware of the syllabus and pattern of the bank exam he/she aspires to apply and also look at the question pattern, easier topics and the difficulty level of questions from each paper which can help the candidate to prepare in an organized way.
Weekly study schedule
Candidates should chart out a study schedule for one week and follow that completely. After completing the schedule for the first week, the candidate must prepare another schedule for the next week according to his/her weak section. The candidate should continue this until the last week of the month and he/she should make sure that he/she completes the syllabus so that the candidate has enough time for revision and practicing mock papers.
Find your weak and strong section
After analyzing the syllabus the candidates should find out the sections in which he/she think is weak or strong in, so that he can give more time in practicing and improving the weak section and polish the strong sections.
Create a fixed routine
Candidates should divide their time for all the papers according to the difficulty level of the topic. By giving time to each subject a candidate can know in which topic he/she can score more and in which topic he/she needs improvement. Candidates should at least dedicate 1 hour to each subject.
Practice Mock tests and previous year’s question
Candidates should practice as much as mock papers as they can after preparing each subject, this can help the candidate to analyze the section in which they are weak and strong in. This will help the candidate to improve the weak sections by more practicing and also strengthen the strong sections. Practicing previous year’s question paper can also give an idea to the candidate about the question pattern and difficulty level of questions from each section.
Focus on improving English and GK
Many aspirants feel that English is a weak area for them. Candidates can improve this area by frequently reading newspapers and magazines and giving mock tests for English so that the candidate can find and work out on their mistakes. Reading comprehension, watching the news and solving previous year’s paper can also improve a candidate’s skill in English Language as well as General Awareness.
Things to follow during preparation of Bank Exam
- Candidates should not divert from their goal and concentrate only on the exam preparation.
- Candidates should follow their timetable and not divert from it.
- Candidates should focus more on the weak sections and practice more mock tests on it.
- At a regular interval, candidates should solve previous paper and topicwise mock test.
- Aspirants should revise all the syllabus topics almost every day and focus more on the section in which you are weak in.
- Candidates should make a habit of reading the newspaper and magazines daily.
With these tips and strategies mentioned along with determination and focus the candidate will be able to prepare well for the bank exam in a month and perform well in the Bank exams and its recruitment procedures.
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