Tips To Succeed In IBPS 2013-2014 Examinations

Tips to succeed in IBPS 2013-2014 Examinations

Tips to succeed in IBPS 2013-2014 Examinations

Looking to start your career as a Probationary Officer or Clerk in the Public Sector Banks, which amounts to the most secured job in India? Hurray! This is the best chance for you to enter into the banks, as the IBPS released the consecutive notifications for IBPS PO, IBPS Clerks and IBPS RRBs. To know about the eligibility for the exams, check the Eligibility for IBPS exam 2013-14. Usually, people preparing for the exams get various doubts regarding the expected questions, syllabus, niche etc. This post would certainly help you in solving most of your queries.

The IBPS exams would basically comprise of five sections. They are Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning, Computer Knowledge, General Awareness and English. Here are the tips to succeed in each.

Quantitative Aptitude

 If you examine the previous question papers, you can easily understand that the questions could be solved by a 9th class student if he was given enough time. But, you are supposed to do them in very short span of time. For this you need to develop the speed as well as accuracy. They could be developed only with the sufficient knowledge on short cuts and regular practice. Learn up to 30 tables by heart which makes your simplification time lower. Try to attain the expertise in the subject by learning the simplification short cuts that you can avail over the web or through the applications in your smart phone.


This subject is meant to examine our analytical skills and the mental ability. You could easily arrive at the right answer if you focus on the questions properly. It’s only the practice that is going to give you the best score in Reasoning. Focus on mirror images and problem figures that easily fetch you good marks with minute effort.

English Language

Getting the good marks in English Subject was never a tough task if you possess the best vocabulary and grammar. This can be possible if you follow a systematic approach. Read the daily newspaper and watch the English news channels daily. Apart from that, pick up ten new words each day. Write down their synonyms and antonyms and learn them on the same day. By the day of examination, you will be empowered with sufficient vocabulary in your mind.

General Awareness

This section can be well answered if you go through the newspapers and watch news channels regularly. Additionally, you can follow certain standard magazines, General Awareness books in the market. Refer to the recent budget allocations and RBI Monetary policy reviews. Remember the important rates such as REPO, Reverse REPO, CRR, SLR and the names of Bank’s CEOs. It is because, they might be probably asked.

Computer Knowledge

This easiest section could be well handled if you refer certain basic concepts of hardware and software. Try referring a standard book and go through MS Office completely to score good in the section. The Computer Short cuts, Memory measures, Generations of computers might be useful for you in this section.

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