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12th August 2011, 01:31 AM
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Guidelines to prepare for Bank Exams?


how to prapare bank exam. i want to crack exam and to get job in public sector banks. please give me guidance.




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12th August 2011, 03:54 PM
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Default Re: Guidelines to prepare for Bank Exams?

Bank jobs are in good demand these days. The competition for these bank exams is going on increasing.

The selection procedure for bank PO and clerical jobs will be by
-Written test
-Interview

Written test consists of questions from the following categories
-Reasoning
-Quantitative Aptitude
-General Awareness
-General English
and in addition there is a descriptive test.

The candidate have to secure a minimum of 40% of marks in each of the sections to get through the writtene exam.

There will be negative marking for the wrong answers and it is 1/4th in most cases.

As there is high competition for these bank jobs,I suggest to join in a good coaching institute and be strong enough in short cuts and tricks to solve vareity of problems.

Practice as many number of model papers as possible and try to see that you can solve all the questions within the given time in the bank exam.

Prepare a plan to complete the syllabus in time and try to finish it.




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12th August 2011, 04:53 PM
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Default Re: Guidelines to prepare for Bank Exams?

For Preparing Bank Exam you have to clear the entrance exam and then face the interview.

In the selection procedure main task is to clear the entrance exam with good marks.

How to clear exam?
- No of questions are more than the no of minutes provided for he exam, so prepare
how to manage the time during exam .

- Aptitude , Reasoning , English ,General awareness and Computer Knowledge.This is
the pattern of Bank Exam . You have to only clear English exam no need of good
marks only passing marks are enough but for all other exam merit marks are required.




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12th August 2011, 05:19 PM
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Cool Re: Guidelines to prepare for Bank Exams?

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how to prapare bank exam. i want to crack exam and to get job in public sector banks. please give me guidance.
To get jobs in bank through exam is considered valuable and person gets the atleast average position. After probation period the job becomes permanent.
Guidelines to prepare for bank exams:
1. first of all try to get up early in the morning so that you can study with fresh mind and it doubles your concentration power as compared to stduying at night ro in day time .
2.try to solve the sample papers of previous year because practise always makes you experienced
3. if not getting certain things then join some coaching but remeber it is only for your guidance and the one who has to perform is you, so don't depend totally on coaching.
All the best
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12th August 2011, 06:07 PM
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Default Re: Guidelines to prepare for Bank Exams?

banks take 2 types of exams.-
for clerical grade
for probationary officers or po
for clerical grade the paper is generally easy.you should be a graduate and the exam consists of arithmetic,english and logical reasoning.
for po the exam is tougher than for clerks and consist of arithmetic,di,logical reasoning,english and gk followed by group discussion and interview.
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12th August 2011, 06:27 PM
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The descriptive test of bank exams usually comprises of letter writing,
essay writing,paragraph writing,precis writing and answering comprehension questions.The descriptive test is usually of 50 marks in bank exams.
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12th August 2011, 08:56 PM
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Default Re: Guidelines to prepare for Bank Exams?

different bank have different guide lines
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12th August 2011, 10:16 PM
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Cool Re: Guidelines to prepare for Bank Exams?

The job in Bank is now a days consider to be a very good job.
The selection procedure for bank PO and clerical jobs will be by
-Written test
-Interview

Written test consists of questions from the following categories
1. Reasoning
2. Quantitative Aptitude
3. General Awareness
4. General English

There is only one exam for all banks for clerical and PO post except SBI bank so prepare for it and you will crack the exam surely.
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16th September 2011, 11:25 PM
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what no. of que must b solved in each section to crack bank po exam?
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17th September 2011, 04:15 PM
nagamalleswararaoyaramasu
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Default Re: Guidelines to prepare for Bank Exams?

my dear friend
How to prepare forBank recruitment
Tips and Tricks to Prepare for Banking Recruitment Exams
www.gjtutorial.com
Bank Recruitment Exams
Bank Probationary Officers
Bank Clerks (Cum Cashiers)
Bank IT Officers (Computer Science)
Specialist Officers (Agriculture and other fields)
Why Prepare?
The distance is nothing; it is only the first stepthat is difficult.
Madame Marie du Deffand
All of you might have completed your Graduation (or 10+2 in some cases). Why do you still need preparation for recruitment exams?
Our Education System and College and School level is totally different from what is expected from a candidates in competitive exams. Some points:
You have to RANK, notPASS
NOSyllabus & Important Questions
Do you NEED more REASONS! 
You must know what to Study!!
Pattern and Syllabus
Syllabus
This is Only an indicative Syllabus.
Syllabus Varies from Bank to Bank.
Specialist Officer exams have special sections on “Technical Knowledge”
Reasoning
Mathematics
English
General Awareness
Marketing
Financial Awareness
Pattern of Test
Number of Questions vary Bank to Bank
Level of PO exams is very high as compared to clerical exams.
Test duration is normally 2 to 3 hours, conducted on a single day.
Questions are Objective Type
Each Section has Equal Questions(generally)
Most Exams have Negative Marking
Some exams may have Descriptive English Section.
How much time to devote to each section?
How to Manage Time?
Managing Time
There is No Formula that fits all.
You have to clear all sections individually to qualify the test.
Know your Strengths
Attempt the Section, that looks easy to you before others
Know your Weakness
Save time for Sections that you find difficult
Limit your Attempt
Do NOT try to attempt all questions, you can not
Do NOT Waste Time
Do not spend much time on difficult questions, skip them
Tips for all Sections
How to Prepare for …?
GK – The Threat!!
Most people fail this exam.
There is no limit to what can be asked.
BUT, it is not Impossible!
READ, READ, READ…
Newspapers (The Hindu, Financial Times)
Career Magazines (CSR, BSCetc)
Watch BBC, CNN (No “AajTak” Please)
Follow GK Section of www.gjtutorial.com
Take Notes (Helps A Lot!!)
Math – The Challenge!!
Standard is Class X.
It is NOT difficult, but needs practice.
Practice, Practice, Practice…
Solve A Lot of Questions
Attempt Previous Papers
Attempt Sample Papers
Balance Speed and Accuracy
Buy a “Good Book” or Some Notes
Reasoning – The Saver!!
EASY!!
Scoring
Saves Time
Common Sense Helps…
No Formulas, Good News ehhh!
Concentrate, Concentrate, Concentrate, …
Solve Puzzles
Work on thinking “logically”
Solve some practice sets
Work on Accuracy
Buy a “Good Book” or Some Notes
English – HELP!! HELP!! HELP!!
Its our SECOND language.
No one is Perfect.
Needs time to improve.
Work on your Grammar (verbs, tenses)
Improve Vocabulary
Find that Dictionary. Where is it? 
Read “Editorial” sections in news paper
Attempt Comprehension Passages
Don’t be Scared – You can do it!!!
Marketing – What’s That??
Part of GK.
Important part of exams
SBI exams focus on it
Read Financial Times
Concentrate on Banking and Economy News
Focus on Product Launches, Government Policies, Share Markets etc.
Clear your Concepts and terms like CRR etc.
Keep a Customer Centric Approach when answering questions.
Computers – Special Attention
Part of GK.
Increasingly being added to more and more exams
Easy
You MUST know computer basics
You SHOULD buy a book
Its better if you join a basics course like MS Office and DTP.
Practical Knowledge will help
Attempt Objective Questions before exam
What? When? Where? How?
Frequently Asked Questions
FAQs – Asked by you!!
My math is so weak, what to do?
How many questions to attempt?
What are the shortcuts?
Which book to buy?
How long does it take to prepare?
Where can I find latest jobs posted by banks?
When is the interview conducted?
Best of Luck for your exam…
Thank you…
www.gjtutorial.com
Coaching & Study Material
Bank Recruitment Exams
Call 98551-17046
Classes Start Feb 08, 2010 @ Chandigarh
good luck
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17th September 2011, 04:17 PM
nagamalleswararaoyaramasu
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Join Date: Jun 2011
Posts: 826
Default Re: Guidelines to prepare for Bank Exams?

How to prepare forBank recruitment
Tips and Tricks to Prepare for Banking Recruitment Exams
www.gjtutorial.com
Bank Recruitment Exams
Bank Probationary Officers
Bank Clerks (Cum Cashiers)
Bank IT Officers (Computer Science)
Specialist Officers (Agriculture and other fields)
Why Prepare?
The distance is nothing; it is only the first stepthat is difficult.
Madame Marie du Deffand
All of you might have completed your Graduation (or 10+2 in some cases). Why do you still need preparation for recruitment exams?
Our Education System and College and School level is totally different from what is expected from a candidates in competitive exams. Some points:
You have to RANK, notPASS
NOSyllabus & Important Questions
Do you NEED more REASONS! 
You must know what to Study!!
Pattern and Syllabus
Syllabus
This is Only an indicative Syllabus.
Syllabus Varies from Bank to Bank.
Specialist Officer exams have special sections on “Technical Knowledge”
Reasoning
Mathematics
English
General Awareness
Marketing
Financial Awareness
Pattern of Test
Number of Questions vary Bank to Bank
Level of PO exams is very high as compared to clerical exams.
Test duration is normally 2 to 3 hours, conducted on a single day.
Questions are Objective Type
Each Section has Equal Questions(generally)
Most Exams have Negative Marking
Some exams may have Descriptive English Section.
How much time to devote to each section?
How to Manage Time?
Managing Time
There is No Formula that fits all.
You have to clear all sections individually to qualify the test.
Know your Strengths
Attempt the Section, that looks easy to you before others
Know your Weakness
Save time for Sections that you find difficult
Limit your Attempt
Do NOT try to attempt all questions, you can not
Do NOT Waste Time
Do not spend much time on difficult questions, skip them
Tips for all Sections
How to Prepare for …?
GK – The Threat!!
Most people fail this exam.
There is no limit to what can be asked.
BUT, it is not Impossible!
READ, READ, READ…
Newspapers (The Hindu, Financial Times)
Career Magazines (CSR, BSCetc)
Watch BBC, CNN (No “AajTak” Please)
Follow GK Section of www.gjtutorial.com
Take Notes (Helps A Lot!!)
Math – The Challenge!!
Standard is Class X.
It is NOT difficult, but needs practice.
Practice, Practice, Practice…
Solve A Lot of Questions
Attempt Previous Papers
Attempt Sample Papers
Balance Speed and Accuracy
Buy a “Good Book” or Some Notes
Reasoning – The Saver!!
EASY!!
Scoring
Saves Time
Common Sense Helps…
No Formulas, Good News ehhh!
Concentrate, Concentrate, Concentrate, …
Solve Puzzles
Work on thinking “logically”
Solve some practice sets
Work on Accuracy
Buy a “Good Book” or Some Notes
English – HELP!! HELP!! HELP!!
Its our SECOND language.
No one is Perfect.
Needs time to improve.
Work on your Grammar (verbs, tenses)
Improve Vocabulary
Find that Dictionary. Where is it? 
Read “Editorial” sections in news paper
Attempt Comprehension Passages
Don’t be Scared – You can do it!!!
Marketing – What’s That??
Part of GK.
Important part of exams
SBI exams focus on it
Read Financial Times
Concentrate on Banking and Economy News
Focus on Product Launches, Government Policies, Share Markets etc.
Clear your Concepts and terms like CRR etc.
Keep a Customer Centric Approach when answering questions.
Computers – Special Attention
Part of GK.
Increasingly being added to more and more exams
Easy
You MUST know computer basics
You SHOULD buy a book
Its better if you join a basics course like MS Office and DTP.
Practical Knowledge will help
Attempt Objective Questions before exam
What? When? Where? How?
Frequently Asked Questions
FAQs – Asked by you!!
My math is so weak, what to do?
How many questions to attempt?
What are the shortcuts?
Which book to buy?
How long does it take to prepare?
Where can I find latest jobs posted by banks?
When is the interview conducted?
Best of Luck for your exam…
Thank you…
www.gjtutorial.com
Coaching & Study Material
Bank Recruitment Exams
Call 98551-17046
Classes Start Feb 08, 2010 @ Chandigarh
Reply With Quote
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11th October 2011, 03:27 PM
dimple.simple
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Join Date: Sep 2011
Posts: 1,486
Default Re: Guidelines to prepare for Bank Exams?

banks take 2 types of exams.-
for clerical grade
for probationary officers or po
for clerical grade the paper is generally easy.you should be a graduate and the exam consists of arithmetic,english and logical reasoning.
for po the exam is tougher than for clerks and consist of arithmetic,di,logical reasoning,english and gk followed by group discussion and interview.
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