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Tips to qualify in Bank Clerks Written Test?


Please suggest me some tips to qualify in Bank Clerks Written Test..!

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Tips to qualify in Bank Clerks Written Test
-read books
-learn formulas
-time management
-fast speedy work
-accuracy
-logical knowledge
-mathematical knowledge
-English command
GK etc.
must be known by the candidate.
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for bank clerical written exams , it is very important to enhance your analytical ability, so practice previous year's qustion papers as much as possible. moreover, to increase your general knowledge and current affairs you must read newspaper daily and complete it in 1hr

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work hard..........work hard...........work hard........... don't cast away even a piece of paper without knowing what contents in it.
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Concentrate:

apptitute test
gk
and general english.......
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Hi...if u want to qualify bank clerks written test,you have to be 100 percent accurate in reasoning & quantitative aptitude..bcoz clerk exam contains total of 200 ques--50 of quant,50 of reasoning,50 of english & 50 of numerical/clerical aptitude..english is only qualifying,it means you have to score only 40 % in english..just spend 15 mins on eng in the exam..total time for clerk exams is 135 mins..so try to complete quant & reasoning section in 60 mins & remaining in 35 mins..be sure,try to attempt atleast 45-48 ques from each of quant,reasoning & clerical aptitude & that should be correct..then only you can clear the written the exam..for that you must practice 4-5 hrs daily to increase speed,try to solve the clerical practice paper in 135 mins..i m sure you will succeed...all the best
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Please suggest me some tips to qualify in Bank Clerks Written Test..!

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dear,
you will have to attempt only that question about which you are sure, please don't attempt the wrong or unsured questions,and you should read best books...and best of luck for you aim...
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hello,
to clear the entrance exam you have pay attention towards your speed to solve questions because to clear the exam its important to qualify all the sections of paper.
you should have good knowledge of current affiars if you are appearing in sbi clerkial exam.
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It will be better to bring the Book of which bank you are going to give the clerical exam, for example, if you are giving the Clerical exam of State Bank Of India then bring the book of SBI clerical exam which is easily available in the market & if not then go through the Aptitude book of R.S Aggarwal, Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning book of R.S Aggarwal & increase your general knowledge through the book of Upkar's general awareness.Read news paper daily like The Hindu & Dainik Bhaskar.
After following this you will definitely crack clerical exam of any bank.
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You should follow prev. Years questn papers from banking guide..u have to learn the simple process of answering questn..such as use of both hand..one 4 darkening nd other 4 mathematical rough works..try this u can easily qualify any banking test..thanks
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if u want to crack written test of bank clerical exam then u should read some books thoroughly which is available in market. and after that u should read magazines like India Today, Business today or paratiyogita darpan. This will help u in general awareness and Economy Sociology. and most important is u should see daily news and newspaper like times of India Wednesday special . m sure they all things will help u to crack bank clerical exam. best of luck.
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if u want to crack bank clerical exam then u should read books throughly which is available in the market and after that u should read some magazines like India Today, Business Today and pratiyogita darpan. this will help u in General Awareness and Economic Sociology section. and u should read daily news paper like times of India. m sure they all things will help u to crack bank clerical exam. best of luck.
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17th February 2011, 06:01 PM
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First of you need to understand the syllabus of the exam. Note down all the areas. Make sure to cover each and every area step by step. Solve as many problems in each type. Thereafter solve previous year papers. Read newspaper daily. Make to revise especially the weak areas.
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Tips to qualify in Bank Clerks Written Test -

If you are interested to prepare for bank exams, then i will suggest you, just purchase some best books for bank exams from the market and keep practice daily. Because in bank exams you will find questions from reasoning, quantitative aptitude.

So, please purchase some best books from the market and keep practice for this exams.

So, More you practice, then you will be able to attempt question in Examination.

In Bank exams, practice Matters a lot, If you dont practice for Bank exams, then you can not able to clear this exams. So please practice regularly and purchase previous year papers from the book stores and try to solve them, this will gives you confidence and you will be able to attempt questions in Bank exams.


Bank Exams Pattern -


In Bank examination, you will find questions from General Awareness, Reasoning Ability , Quantitative Aptitude, General English and Computer. So, please focus on all these sections and prepare all these section, if you really want to clear the Bank exams.
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if you want to qualify in bank clerk written Test you should preparation from books. you should search question on internat and other places and prepare them.
in bank clerk exam reasoning,aptitude type and other questions are asked.so you should prepare question from you find.
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Hi
For preparing banking exanimation doesnt need much efforts but preparation must be daily. As we know practice makes man perfect daily practice of solving previous banking question papers for 2 to 3 hours is more enough to qualify in banking exams. If you are a student who is studying below in final of graduation that could be a great advantage for bank exams as you will be continuously in touch with syllabuses.
Coming over to exam tips first of as soon as you acknowledge hall ticket please read the exam preparation kit which is provided along with call letter. The area you need to focus on is to find out which parts marks will not be included in final cut off marks so that we can segregate timing on considerable parts accordingly. Basically everyone needs to qualify in each part with securing minimal marks of 40 percentage means need to attend 20 questions. Its better to attend only 25 questions in non considerable parts and more than 35 questions in consider parts of exam.
Best books suggestion
1 quantitative aptitude of r s agarwal
2 sura publication cooks
3 s chand's publications books and also arihant publication books
For your more clarification on any doubts you can log on to www.bankexamsindia.com
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17th February 2011, 09:51 PM
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Bank entrance exam is very competitive and easy to get a job if you done a good concentration on general awareness,english language,reasoning,some computer knowledge.first you purchase the aptitude and reasoning books the author of these books RS AGARWAL.practise of these book questions is very useful in exam.practise makes man perfect.that s way practise more
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All banks written exam are more or less same.....
question Pattern are also similar- reasoning ability, mathematics, general English, general
awareness, clerical aptitude, computer etc....

actually the questions are also very easy...

but the problem lies in attempting all of them in such a short period of time....

It needs a lots and lots of practice.

you can not qualify banks written exam with an 1 week preparation....

you have to practice it for months...

because the competition is much high and you have to be in the race.....

so buy some books from the market...

today all books are good and all are helpful in other way.

and practice them....

take your own written exam at home by giving yourself a specific time....

this method of preparation will help you a lot.

so best of luck......

thanks.
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You can visit to the site as under-
http://www.successcds.net/Bank-PO/Bank-Clerical-Question-Bank-Cd.html
Here You can order Bank Clerical - MCQ Question Bank Test Preparation CD through which you can make a good preparation for the exam.
You can also join some coaching institute & from there you can practice more under the guidance of a good instructor.

You have a good knowledge of Reasoning.So apply it in your personal life too to make it more practiceable.English should be grammatically correct.So try to speak it in your surroundings so that you can judge yourself that at which point you are lacking.

Computer is an essential in our daily life.So its practical training is helpful in your written exam too.Books & previous year papers also provides you a good help.So try to practice them more.
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I am not very intelligent but i submitted bob clerk exam 2011 please tell me how can i clear the exam within one month my Email Id is [email protected]
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I am not very intelligent but i submitted bob clerk exam 2011 please tell me how can i clear the exam within one month my Email Id is [email protected]
hello friend...

To prepare for bank exam written test, you have to follow two important steps...

1) PRACTICE : This is one of the important thing which you have to do for preparing bank written test, unless you practice daily you wont be able to crack the exam easily....

2) REFER GOOD BOOKS : There are various books available in the market which guides preparing Bank exam which contains all the needed information... I have given a link below which shows some of the good books for preparing Bank exam just try to get those books and work out daily....

http://www.squidoo.com/bankexambooks

All the Best...
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i am not intelligent but i submitted allahabad bank clerk exam2011 plz telle me hoe can i clear the examination within one month my Email Id is [email protected]
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9th March 2011, 01:42 PM
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dear friends,

Bank exams, be it PO or clerical aren’t that difficult as people think. But the problem is the vacancies: applicant’s ratio. So all you need to worry is about your preparation and not the toughness of the paper (Update: A new Common entrance test for Bank’s has been finalized wef 2011)

If you are preparing for PO exam, the first thing you need to know is the pattern of the exam. A written test for a PO exam consists of 2 parts, objective part and a descriptive part . The objective part consists of four sections namely, English language test, quantitative ability, Reasoning and General Awareness/ Marketing aptitude.

The exact pattern for a specific bank can be found in the ‘acquaint yourself booklet’ which you get when you apply to an exam.

But for now I’ll discuss on how to attempt a standard bank PO exam which has 225 questions in total with 135 minutes time i.e., 2 hrs and 15 minutes.

225 questions in 135 minutes comes out to be 36 seconds per question. It may seem daunting but it’s not the end of the world since we aren’t attempting every question. If you can attempt 175-185 questions (> 190 is excellent) with 90 percent accuracy, you’ve done a good job.

So as soon as you are told to start answering, I would recommend starting with the General awareness/ Marketing aptitude section and there won’t be much to think or solve in it. Just see the question and mark the answer. Attempt as many questions as you can in this section (only if you’re sure of the answer) but you should be able to complete the section in 25 minutes (20 minutes would be excellent).

The next section to go for would be English and I generally the first 9-10 questions in it will be that of comprehensive passage. So I would recommend leaving that part of the questions as the rest of the section is pretty Basic English which is very easy. Again you should be able to complete this section in 20-25 minutes.

So we’ve done with 2 sections in 40-50 minutes and left with another 135 questions which should be done in 85-95 minutes.

Depending upon your strength, go for either Reasoning or Quant but remember to solve the easiest questions first (this will be the deciding factor). Any thing that requires serious calculation in Quant or serious thinking in Reasoning should be left behind at first and come back to it if time permits at the end. For example questions on circular arrangement in Reasoning and compound interest calculations in Quant could be avoided.

From the feedback given by many test takers, what I found is that the DI part in Quant will be an important part in the test which is also very easiest part. Most of the question in it could be solved without even using your pen. So work hard on DI.

Coming to the time for these 2 sections, 50 questions in Quant (or all that you could solve) should be completed in 40 minutes which leaves out 45-55 minutes to solve 75 questions in Reasoning. Don’t neglect the non-verbal part in Reasoning as there would be atleast 15 questions from it.

All said and done, you should have atleast 5 minutes at the last which you could either use to solve the Reading comprehension in English or the arrangement questions in Reasoning.

If you are accustomed with any procedure from the beginning, I would recommend following that so that you dont mess up completely. If this is your first attempt for PO/ clerical exam, then this method would work well.

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Dear friend,,
Let me tell i too was preparing for Bank clerk exam. There is specific tips to get through this exam. First of all you need to be good in GK so buy a good GK book and have thorough knowledge about latest events. Be strong in mathematics because in written you will face difficult mathematics.
# Also practice some aptitute questions , the best book that i wanna suggest you is R.S.Aggrawal and also practice logical reasoning from the same author.
#Sometimes in the exams they also ask some question regarding politics and geography.
So ALL THE BEST for your preparation.
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please tell us about to qualify the english in bank clerk exam, how many attempt question and what time slot ?
if merit include english how many question and what time slot?
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Respected sir/madam, please tell me about to qualify the english in bank clerk exam,how many attempt question and what time slot? if merit include english how many question and what time slot?and how to crake bank clerk exam? Please...all answer give me into my email id- [email protected]
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Respected sir/madam, please tell me about to qualify the english in bank clerk exam,how many attempt question and what time slot? if merit include english how many question and what time slot?and how to crake bank clerk exam? Please...all answer give me into my email id- [email protected]
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Respected sir/madam, please tell me about to qualify the english in bank clerk exam,how many attempt question and what time slot? if merit include english how many question and what time slot?and how to crake bank clerk exam? Please...all answer give me into my email id- [email protected]

TIPS TO CRACK BANK CLERK EXAM



QUESTION NO 1 : please tell me about to qualify the english in bank clerk exam,how many attempt question and what time slot? if merit include english how many question and what time slot?

ANS : Yes, English section is added in the merit list and it consists of 20 % of the total clerk exam which means 30 - 40 questions can be expected from English section in the clerk exam.


QUESTION NO 2 : how to crake bank clerk exam?


ANS : To crack the bank clerk exam you have to follow the following steps given below...


STEP 1 : Refer previous year papers of the bank clerk exam.. this helps you to get an idea of which type of questions are followed in the clerk exam and prepare for the questions accordingly.. i have attached some of the bank clerk exam papers in this post.. just go through it and try to find out the pattern followed...


STEP 2 : Know the pattern, as I said before you can know the pattern of the exam by going through the previous year papers, most of the bank clerk exam follows the pattern as given below...

-> General Awareness

-> General English (This test is of the qualifying nature only)

-> Quantitative Aptitude

-> Reasoning ability

-> Marketing/Computer Questions


-> The pattern followed will be as follows...





STEP 3 : Refer some good books for preparation.. There are many books available in the market which helps you to prepare for the bank clerk exam.. some of the English section preparation books which you asked to buy online are as follows...



Bank Clerk Exams-General English
Price - Rs. 275
To buy Online CLICK HERE!!!



Bank Clerk Exam English Previous Year Papers
Price - Rs. 180
To buy Online CLICK HERE!!!



Bank Clerk English Solved Papers & Practice Work Book
Price - Rs. 155
To buy Online CLICK HERE!!!


-> I have also attached a e-book which helps you to prepare for the English section which teaches the basic grammar.. Just go through it during your preparation for the exam...
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how many question have to attempt overall in clerk
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what about aptitude test? which book should we follow?
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what is the syllabus of CWE Clerical Cadre Exam??????????
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which is the best book for preparing general awareness?? which author can i refer for banking and financial awareness?? is r.s agarwal or upkar book is easy to prepare for an average student? plz reply to [email protected]
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tell me syllabus of computer and marketting.
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Respected sir/ mam, pls tell me how to qualify english sections in bank clerk exams. my mail id is.. [email protected]
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