2013 tips to crack bank exams

Posted on
  • by
  • chirag sachdeva
  • in
  • Labels: Bank, bank tips, exam tips

  • In 2013, I am explaining unique 2013 tips to crack bank exams. In this fast moving world, everyone is willing to work as a government employee especially in banking sector. You might have noticed crowd of people eagerly waiting outside the exit gate of that schools and colleges on most of the Sunday’s.

    Those people are waiting for their children to come out of bank examination hall. After a survey in India that how much students apply for the bank jobs after 12th or graduation? Then we got many interesting results, bank exams lies on the Top of the peak in comparison to other exams.  I am sure, 2013 tips to crack bank exams will be most searchable term in banking and finance sector.

    The first government job choice for students is banking jobs. A large group of people appear in the bank exams (either in clerical or in PO) but only few of them are able to crack the exam. Every state allocates some seats for the clerical and PO exams and only few students can able to qualify for the exam. Have you ever figure out reason why only few students are selected? This is due to lack of practice and strategy for cracking bank exams.  

    The bank clerk exam eligibility criteria is also extended by some banks such that earlier, it was class 12th but now graduation is standard qualification for banking jobs. You can check Bank clerk exams eligibility criteria from this link.

    2013 Tips to crack Bank exams  

    You need to follow 2013 tips to qualify and pass PO and clerical bank exams. It is preferred destination for most of the students and showing great emerging trend for employment. The students of low class families, after perusing 12th adopt the option of bank clerk exam whereas the graduated students go for Bank Probationary officer exam. 

    Bank PO exam allows direct entry to banking management level. Once you qualify for the exam then the most required step is to pass the probation period. 
    In case, you cannot able to fulfill the standard criteria required by the bank during probation period then your name will be strict off by that bank. Your preparation will be made easy through Examsexpert. Below are the 2013 tips to crack bank exams.

    Analyze the Syllabus and Exam pattern

    Before appearing in any exam, you must have the overview of the Syllabus. For bank exam, you must have a booklet which describes the syllabus of the bank exam. The first need of the time is to go through all the previous year’s question paper given in the booklet. The questions will boast your confidence and let you know about the Exam pattern. The written section usually consists of 4 sections- General English, quantitative ability, Reasoning, and General Awareness/ Marketing Aptitude.
     
    Prepare yourself for exam

    In order to clear the exam, you must have basic knowledge of the 10th class Mathematics concepts. Try to explore those basic concepts which you did in class 10th or before it. The NCERT book includes vast concepts, which will help you to perform fast computational calculations. 

    You need to spend most of your time in clearing off your doubts. As far as the General English is concerned, then most students lacks in English language, particularly because of poor vocabulary. Moreover, you must be aware of the General awareness and must know what is happening with the world around you. For this purpose, goes through the main headlines of the news paper and news channels.

    Effective Time management

    The main important criterion in Bank clerical and PO exam is to manage the time given to students. The exam is not difficult to crack but problem comes with time management. As we know that answers are easy but effective time management is needed. 

    Now, you are anxious to know “How to manage time in bank exams?” Many students got nervous in the exam and spend much time in solving a single question that leads to the wastage of time. Allocate equal time slots for the banking exam because you need to pass each section individually to qualify for the exam. 

    Aware of Negative marking

    In bank exams, many students attempt all the questions and this will lead to the negative marking. It is always recommended that attempt only those questions for which you are 90 percent sure. Leave the doubtful questions because ¼ negative marking is there. By attempting 4 wrong answers, your 1 mark will automatically detected. 

    As said by experts that practice makes a man perfect. So, keep solving the last year sample papers. In spite of this, you must be aware of general banking regulations implemented by the SEBI for general awareness section.

    I hope that above tips will help those students who are planning to crack bank exam. By following the 2013 tips, you can easily crack bank exams.  

    0 comments:

    Post a Comment

     
    Copyright (c) 2012 Examsexpert by Chirag Sachdeva
    //SEO SCRIPT POWERED BY Chirag Sachdeva