Yes, why not. Cracking IBPS is not about studying 20 hours every day but cracking IBPS bank exams is all about positive attitude, positive strategy and practice as much as you can. Cracking IBPS is more about smart work than hard work. Rest assured if you study 20 hours a week for next 20-25 weeks, you are good to go.

**Here are few smart work tips you can use for IBPS preparation:**

**Video lessons:**most people see YouTube as a waste of time, but here we will tell you how you how you can use it as a boon for each section of bank exams.

**For general/ banking awareness:**

Study IQ education (Indiaâ€™s biggest educational channel)

GK & Current Affairs for All government exams

The Hindu Editorial Analysis

Banking/ Financial awareness for IBPS PO, SBI PO, Clerk (Bank PO)

**Quantitative Aptitude:**

Maths/Quantitative Aptitude Shortcuts and tricks for SSC CGL IBPS PO SBIÂ CLAT IHM UPSC

**Mock Tests:**Everyday mock tests are necessary. Time mock tests help you perform in pressure. Focus more on the areas where you are wrong in your mock tests. Mock tests give you a clear picture of your concepts. Understand your strengths and weaknesses. Get a hold on the areas you are strong in, and make them perfect.

**Monday:** Online mock test + Quantitative Aptitude

**Tuesday:** Online mock test + Reasoning and GK

**Wednesday: **Online mock test + English and computers

Â **Thursday:** Online test + evaluate performance + detect weaker areas and work on them

**Friday:** work on sections you scored less

Â **Saturday:** work on sections you scored less

**Sunday: **at least three Mock tests

**Important topics that should have your mains focus.**

**Quantitative Aptitude:**

**Numbers: **basic Number Systems, Simplification, HCF and LCM, Number Series

**Arithmetic:** Â Averages and allegations, Percentage, Ratio and Proportion, Profit and Loss

**Modern math:** Permutations and Combination, Probability

**Geometry:** Mensuration

**Quadratic Equations: **quadratic equations to compare the magnitudes of x & y

**DI:** Data sufficiency and Data Interpretation

**Reasoning:**

**Analytical Reasoning:** Â Linear arrangements, selection, circular arrangements, matching etc

**Syllogism:** logic questions with statements and conclusions

**Logical Inequalities:** different inequality relations

**Blood relations:** family tree and relations questions

**Miscellaneous:** questions dedicated to Direction sense, Critical reasoning, Input-output

**Coding-Decoding:** words/ phrases provided, you need to identify the matching codes.

**English:**

**Reading comprehension:** Reading newspapers will develop your professional skills.

**Grammar: **Read books and newspaper which are the best way to improve one’s English. Â

**Vocabulary:** Target on the root of words, this develops in deriving the meaning of the word.

Remember practice hard, but study smart. Give 25% of your time in studying and 75% of your time in practice daily. Practice makes a man perfect. For any assistance, Byjuâ€™s counselors are here to guide you.