IBPS Exam Process, Pattern and Preparation Tips

29Nov,2018
By Som Deep

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) holds exams such as PO Exam, RRB Exam, and Clerk Exam & Specialist Officer Exam every year for many posts in IBPS Participating Banks and Institutions. IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection) is an autonomous recruitment body, established by the government of India for the recruitment and placement of young graduates in public sector banks in India.

Examination process:                                          

IBPS Exam goes through two levels-Common Written Exams (CWE) & Interview. Those who qualified in CWE will be eligible for Interview.  IBPS Clerk and PO exams have two stages-Preliminary & Mains exam. Those who qualify in the Pre exam will be eligible for mains exam and then Interview.

Every year millions apply to get a job in banking sector. But very few lucky ones fulfil their dream of finding jobs in the banking sector. Most of them fail because of not having proper preparation, study plan and tricks for bank exams.

 

Highlights of IBPS PO Exam:  

1- The Number of Rounds is 3-Prelims, Mains & Interview.

2- The Number of Questions in Prelims is 100.

3- Total Marks for Prelims is 100.

4- (+1) for each correct answer and (-0.25) for each wrong answer

5- The Exam Duration for Prelims is 1 hour.

6- The questions are multiple choices.

7- The Exam mode is Online.

8- The official website is www.ibps.in.

 

Exam Pattern of IBPS:

S.NO No. of Tests (Objective) No. of questions Maximum Marks Duration (Mins)
1 English Language 30 30 20
2 Numerical Ability 35 35 20
3 Reasoning Ability 35 35 20
Total   100 100 60

 

What do you mean by preparation? First thing, any aspirant should do that he or she approaches the exam in a very well-structured manner so that no topic is left uncovered.   He or she should be ready for the exam in every way.

The mental state of the candidate plays a key role in preparation. The more candidate prepares well will have more self-confidence and will perform well on the exam day.

 

How to prepare for the IBPS Exam?

1- Be clear about the IBPS Exam Syllabus topics and subjects. Must stress on the major IBPS exam topics.

2- The reasoning is a scoring part where you can easily score good marks to push your overall score too high. This section is less time consuming if you solve paragraph puzzles with full concentration. The more you practice, the more you will have accuracy and speed. Mock test practice is best in the reasoning.

3- While preparing for the English section, the first thing you do is to read the passage with maximum speed. Try to practice difficult and tricky questions first, and then go for easy ones. You should practice English speaking like writing. You can make use of sentence diagrams. Try to learn the parts of speech thoroughly. For vocabulary read newspapers and magazines. You can also use flash cards. When it comes to verbal ability, identify the theme of each jumble to get an easy solution.

4- Numerical ability includes questions from Profit & Loss, Average, Simple & Compound Interest etc.. There are good banking guides available in the market. Keep on solving them. Revision is important in this section

5- Time management is the most important. Concentrate on the section which you’re most confident first in the exam day. Later on, proceed for the more difficult sections.  

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