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How to Prepare For Written Exams
Making an effective preparation strategy for you preparation will not only improves your affectivity of learning but also make your success sure in the competitive exams. Today banking sector provides many opportunities for students belong to various discipline. The exam contains various sections like general awareness, English, reasoning, quantitative aptitude and computer knowledge. To get good jobs the candidate must prepare for all the section.
Preparing for written exam – the first step for cracking any bank exam is written exam. The written exam judge the candidate ability in the subject of math’s, English, computer and reasoning. Therefore to crack any bank exam the candidates have to do preparation of all the subjects. There is negative marking for every wrong answer, so attempt only that question in which you are sure. Attempt al the section, but do those questions first in which you feel confident.
Interview and group discussion- some bank also take group discussion and interview round apart from written test. For clearing GD and interview round the candidate must practice in the guidance of an expert. Success in group discussion can be achieved by having good communication skills, better leadership skills and convincing power. Interview handling techniques includes presentation of your skills and identity, good communication skill and question handling technique.
Time table- it is advisable and good strategy if you set a time table for your preparation. Divide your entire time of preparation into various phases. For example you have 6 month for your exam preparation then you can allocate the entire time in different phases.
Phase 1 - one month– basic concepts and fundamentals - during this phase just go through the syllabus topic included in the exams, different subject. Have an overview of all the section and see what subjects and in which topic you are strong and in which topic you are week. Go through some past year paper and recent trend of exams in the past years. Just note it down carefully that from which topics more number of questions are coming, so that you can prepare that topic well. After doing all this analysis start your preparation from the most important topic from the exam point of view.
Phase 2 – four month- this is the time of preparation for your exam. Just go through each topic one by one. Solve as mush question as possible and try previous year paper and question from each topics. Revise at least once after completing each topic.
Phase 3 – one month – This is the final time of your preparation. Just practice questions from each and every topic and mock test paper. Be confident don’t panic, if you don’t know any topic or you are week in any topic; don’t prepare it at last stage. Focus on you strength and your strong topics. Best of luck for your exams.
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