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Tips and shortcut methods to prepare for bank clerk exam?


I want the shortcut tips for solving the problems of bank clerk exam. Sir please help me. I've appeared in the central bank clerk exam a few days ago. And I had completed only 110 problems in 95minutes out of 200 problems. I'll appeare in the bank of Borada's clerk exam on 17th april. I want the job. Sir suggest me what to do.




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27th February 2011, 11:51 AM
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Hello,
Remember one thing,there is no short cut for success and please do not waste your time in finding methods of short cuts.
There is only one short cut and that is practice and only practice.Try to solve the previous years question papers,taking the time into consideration.
Once you get used to the type of problems being asked in the Bank clerk exams,the time will automatically take care of itself.

R.S.AGARWAL is one of the most preferable books for the bank exams.

So work hard,you'll get to your destination,because "HARD WORK PAYS".

GOOD LUCK.




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27th February 2011, 12:28 PM
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Hi,
Remember one thing,there is no short cut for success and please do not waste your time in finding methods of short cuts.
There is only one short cut and that is practice and only practice.Try to solve the previous years question papers,taking the time into consideration.
Once you get used to the type of problems being asked in the Bank clerk exams,the time will automatically take care of itself.

# 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.




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27th February 2011, 12:53 PM
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i want to share some of my experience in this matter see

* There is no short cut for success

* Try to solve as much as question you can practice a day and try to increase the question in next day.

*Try to understand fully the question you solved that mean go as much deep you can go

*in exam try to put those answers only in which you are sure as negative marking for wrong answer decrease a individual marks a lot

*Be calm and cool in examination hall

*stop reading before 1 hour as it may lead you in confusion......
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27th February 2011, 12:59 PM
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First, remember that these exams are nation wide competitive exams and thousands of students prepare for them , if there would have been short cuts , then anyone would get selected, it is only your hard that is going to help you.

I am giving you name of some good books and some sample paper as well:

* Test of Reasoning/Reasoning Ability : This paper is also a part of college placement exams.So, many Colleges/Universities recommend Reasoning & Aptitude books by R.S.Agarwal (Verbal & Non-verbal).Priced around Rs.150-300



* Quantitative Aptitude : The Aptitude books by R.S.Agarwal are the most popular study materials among most of the candidates & students.



* Guides : Although there are separate books for each of the papers,Practical guides & Previous years solved question papers of bank exams are favorites among the preparing lot.The practical Work-guides by Kiran publications give a clear understanding of the problems & their answers.Priced around Rs.200-250

Link for sample papers

http://www.careerquips.blogspot.com/...m-pattern.html

If you still need some more help , contact me @ [email protected]
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27th February 2011, 01:36 PM
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Hi,

Old man says that ther is no shortcut for success of any work you should work hard for the success of any type of task whether it is a easy task or complicated task.you should study hard for success of any task.

For bank clerk exam it is important to study aptitude type question very much.your selection depends on the preparation of aptitude question because these are those type question vhich are asked very much in any exam.

For preparation of aptitude type question you solve more and more question.as much aptitude question you solve your preparation will be solid.

Best book for preparation of aptitude tye question is R.S AGARWAL.

If you study according to this book you deefinitely get success in bank clerk exam.

You should also improve you english language this help you in your exam and interview.

So work hard for success in exam.

Hard work is a key for success of any task.

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27th February 2011, 02:17 PM
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R.S.AGARWAL is one of the most preferable books for the bank exams.There is only one short cut and that is practice and only practice.Try to solve the previous years question papers,taking the time into consideration.
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Tips and shortcut methods to prepare for bank clerk exam?


To Crack The Bank Exams Was Not Easy.

And You Can Not Crack The Bank Examination Two Or Three Days Study.

You Have To Work Hard Regularly, To Crack Bank Exams, You Need Atleast 6 Month Practice, Only then You Will Be Able to Scored Good Marks In Bank Examination.

So, I will Inform You That, There Is No Shortcuts To Crack The Bank Exams, In Just Few Days Perperation. If You Have Work Hard And Try To Solve the Questions Daily Only then You Will Be Able to Crack the Bank Examination.

So, I will Suggest You Just Purchase the Best Book From The Market And Try to Solve them Regularly And Also Try To Solve Previous Year Bank Exams Papers, So, That Your Confidence level Will Increase And You will Attempt Questions Easily In Bank Exams.

And If You Face Problem To Solve Questions, Then I Will Suggest You Just Join Some Good Coaching Center Near By Your City, They Will Guide You Properly And They Will Provide You the Best Material To Crack The Bank Exams.

So, Please Work hard For Few Months, If You Really Interested to Get The Bank Jobs.




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27th February 2011, 03:02 PM
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The bank's exam pattern consists of 4 or 5 topics. It differs from bank to bank.

but they are mainly:

reasoning ability

numerical ability

clerical aptitude test

computer basics

general English

you should start the preparation for the exam 3 to 4 months before...

But since you already have some experience about the exam pattern, it will be not so tough for you.

the best way to prepare for the exam is to buy one or two books from the market, the name for which is given below, and start practicing.

the more you practice the more you will be able to complete the paper in that limited time which is very short to solve all the questions.

so practice is everything to prepare for bank's exam.

the books which you can follow to prepare are given below(buy one or two):

Upkar`s SBI Clerical Cadre Recruitment Exam

Ramesh`s Bank Clerical Exam(Solved Papers)

Upkar`s SBI PO Examination (Solved Papers)

Ramesh`s Bank PO. Previous year Solved Papers

Test of Reasoning/Reasoning Ability by R.S.Agarwal (Verbal & Non-verbal)

Quantitative Aptitude by R.S.Agarwal

Guides by Kiran publications.

all the best.
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27th February 2011, 03:32 PM
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Hello friend...

There is no shortcut method present to prepare for bank clerk exam instead there are lot of tips available.. one of the important one is to know the pattern of the bank clerk exam and preparing according to it... That you can do only by referring the previous year papers of bank clerk exam which enables to have a idea about what type of common questions are asked then to prepare accordingly... I have attached some of the previous year question papers of various bank in this post just go through and try to form an idea of pattern they are following and work out those questions by spending some valuable time for it daily then you can easily crack the exam....

hope the info. helps...
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the various tips and the tricks needed for the bank clerk exam are that you have to learn the various maths tricks and memorize the various formula for the quick reference and the fast calculations .....
and you have to read the newspaper daily and watch the news even daily for the latest updates happening around the world and in India for the current affairs ....

and you have to work hard for the success ........
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the various tips and the tricks needed for the bank clerk exam are that you have to learn the various maths tricks and memorize the various formula for the quick reference and the fast calculations .....
and you have to read the newspaper daily and watch the news even daily for the latest updates happening around the world and in India for the current affairs ....

and you have to work hard for the success ........
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Hi!!!!
Wether you believe or not but the most important thing is that 90% persons get cleared the written exams for banks who attend any good bank coachings. So better to join any bank coaching or if not than better to make a daily time table like monday is for reasong tuesday is for english wednesday is for G.K..etc.You can also solwe previous year question papers follow it and definitely you will find a better result.

with best wishes!!!!
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to get qualify in any competitive exam. one should have basic concept of the problems,which most of the bank clerk exam will held on this type of concept.to get complete grip on the topic.their is best text book,which covers the all competitive exams as well as bank clerk exam.that book is R.S.Agrawal quantitative aptitude text book.this book is available in every book stationary.go through particular topic which asked repeatedly.all the best .work hard u will can crack any competitive exams.
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i want previous question paper of syndicate bank ........by apk
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i want previous question paper of syndicate bank ........by apk
hello friend...

Attached some of the previous year model question paper of Syndicate bank and a common PO and clerk exam question pattern in this post... kindly check it over... just go through the papers and find out the pattern of questions asked and prepare accordingly not just reside only on the previous question papers...

hope the info. helps... All the Best...
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When you feels your mind and heart cannot want to study because of difficulty and difficulty in understanding the question. Pls send suggestions for facing this problem and also send me a suitable tips for preparing 'Profit & Loss", Work time & Wages, Area and other mathematically chapter. I will be very thankfull from heart to all of you.

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Go and read school mathematics books. You must throughly know the concepts of Simple intrest, Compound Intrest. You must also have good typing skills.
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Go and get school mathematics book. Prepare that. You must know the concepts of Simple Intrest, Compound Intrest. Many easy methods will be there. You must also have good typing skills.
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I hav solved 130 questions out of 200 in associate state bank of india clerical test held on 16-01-2011. is there any chance to get success.
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# 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.
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i'm scared of ur answers whether i can compete or not
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For any exam first all you must understand what the structure and pattern of the exam is. You need to be well aware of what you will be tested upon. The bank test will test you on your aptitude level. So you need to be prepared in all the areas related to it. These will include DI, Logical reasoning, Mathematics, Verbal Reasoning. For these you mustcover all the topics. Start from simple problems and move on to the higher level problems. You can refer to books like R.S Agarwal and Oswal. These will give tips on how to solve problems quickly. Other than this newspapers and magazines will give you information regarding the General Knowledge section.
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how to solve the non verbal part of reasoning?
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I want the shortcut tips for solving the problems of bank clerk exam. Sir please help me. I've appeared in the central bank clerk exam a few days ago. And I had completed only 110 problems in 95minutes out of 200 problems. I'll appeare in the bank of Borada's clerk exam on 17th april. I want the job. Sir suggest me what to do.
For your kind information there is no shortcut ways to clear the bank clerical but the smart way to crack the exam is by referring the books and referring papers for the clerical exam.

Books for Bank Clerical:

Ramesh Bank Clerical Practice Work Book by RPH Editorial Board (Rs. 190)

Ramesh Bank Clerical Exam Solved Papers by RPH Editorial Board (Rs. 110)

Ramesh Bank Clerical Test Guide (Big) by Anjani A Gupta (Rs. 195)

Ramesh Bank Clerks Exam Guide (Small) by Saurabh Sharma, Karan Dev (Rs. 140)

Upkars Banks Recruitment Tests by Khanna & Verma (Rs. 130)

Upkars Bank Competitions by T. S. Jain (Rs. 205)

Upkars New Banks Recruitment Tests by Dr. M. B. Lal & Bhatnagar (Rs. 140)

Upkars Quicker Numerical Test for Bank Clerical Cadre by Dr. M. B. Lal & Jain (Rs. 145)

Arihant General Knowledge (Objective) 2750+ Questions – Rs.66

Arihant Objective General Knowledge 6250+ Questions – Rs.156

Ramesh General English – Rs.68

Objective General English For all competitive Examinations - Rs.175

Objective General English 10,000+ Questions – Rs.355 by R.S. Agarwal

Upkars Quicker Reasoning Test –Rs.60

Ramesh Test Of Reasoning Ability - Rs.48

Upkars Objective Banking & Finance – Rs.120

Upkar SBI Clerical Cadre Recruitment Exam.-Rs.225

Ramesh Bank Clerical Practice Work Book – Rs.192

Ramesh Bank Clerical Exam Solved Papers – Rs.104


Refer the file attached for the clerical exam papers.
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the shortcut method for preparation is just go for self study.
the following attachment helps you.
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the shortcut method for preparation is just go for self study.
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never go for shortcut methods as it not always helpful.go for best coaching classes for bank if you have trouble in self study.they give you best guideline as well as clear your all queries.
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Tips on solving Reasoning questions in Bank PO exam?

The reasoning questions can be solved more accurately by practicing as more as you can do. Since the only trick to solve reasoning question accurately is practice as much problems as you can do.

There are some particular tricks for doing the aptitude questions they are not fixed you can make them by your own practice and solve as many questions as you can.

For this purpose you can refer the book written by R.S. Agarwal. famous book writer for quantitative aptitude. Main thing that you must keep in your mind is that practice always to control time the questions are not very hard but you have to do them in particular time.
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I want the shortcut tips for solving the problems of bank clerk exam. Sir please help me. I've appeared in the central bank clerk exam a few days ago. And I had completed only 110 problems in 95minutes out of 200 problems. I'll appeare in the bank of Borada's clerk exam on 17th april. I want the job. Sir suggest me what to do.
please guide me
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Dear,
There is no short cut of success. If you really want to see yourself at any successful position then you should have to first clear your concepts regarding your subject and then find out the way to solve question quickly.

There are lots of books available in the market but few of them are good in which shortcuts are given. I summarized all together and form a list which is given below

• Maths - Arun Sharma
• English - RS Aggrawal
• Logical Reasoning - RS Aggrawal

BEST OF LUCK
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Please tell me a best book for upcoming bank clerk exam. Book in which cover all subject
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hello..... sir i hve mny pblms in clerk exam so plz sugget me wht to do..........
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any short cut in bank english
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any short cut method used for bank english????
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hi send reasoning model questions to [email protected]
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frnds am gng to write tamilnadu mercantile bankclerk exam i need ur help dis is the first exam am gng to write so i need ur help.

wt r all the things i ve to study.
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frnds am gng to write tamilnadu mercantile bankclerk exam i need ur help dis is the first exam am gng to write so i need ur help.

wt r all the things i ve to study.
post some sample question papers for TMB clerk exam

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I want the shortcut tips for solving the problems of bank clerk exam. Sir please help me. I've appeared in the central bank clerk exam a few days ago. And I had completed only 110 problems in 95minutes out of 200 problems. I'll appeare in the bank of Borada's clerk exam on 17th april. I want the job. Sir suggest me what to do.
Hi,

Confidence,Hardwork and right practice are the keys available to success in bank PO exams.

Remember that most of the bank examination papers are all at the same level.

Tips::
  • Do as many practice exams as you can
  • Dedicate specified time for Aptitude,Logical reasoning,English and General Awareness daily
  • Follow The Hindu and Manoram year book for GK section
  • Be sure you learnt all concepts of R.S.Agarwal. Most of the bits are of same model
  • Don't buy every new book coming i nthe market. Be perfect with a few books. Effectiveness is important not the number of books
  • Daily do scheduled practice. Stick to the time table


Good Luck
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Hello,
There is prescribed syllabus for clerk grade to officers exam.Usually common type of questions are asked in bank exams.Graduate level for PO & Intermediate standard for Clerk grade.if you focus on some special segments then you can qualify questions seems to be toughest,-
¤English language:
The questions are asked from the segments candidates have studied earlier.you should follow a national english newspaper and try to enhance your vocubulary.
¤General Awareness: To gain the name in Merit list, one has to focus on Reasoning, Mathematics & English.you should keep yourself updated with latest consignments, burning issues, recent stories in national & international politics.Prepare well for economics & pay more time for questions related to Banking.
¤Mathematics: like reasoning, Maths is also an scoring subject.Solve the questions with respect to timing, All questions will be on the basis of 'Concepts'.
¤Discriptive test: It's compulsary for all candidats.You have to score qualifying marks, for which keep yourself updated with Editorial page of Hindi & English news paper.
¤GDPI: By Group discussion & Personal Interview,personality evalution is done.If you have firm determination & firm self confidence, then absolutly you can get success.
Overall it can be categories in two sections as Verbal & Non-verbal.
*Verbal: Number series, Alphabet series, Direction test, Coding-Decoding, Number ranking, Arithmatics,Blood relations, Analogy, Decision making.
*Non-verbal: Grouping, Figure relations.
So, according to above suggested advices you can absolutly crack the exam.
Ok, best of luck.
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how to prepare for English paper because it's to hard
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Hello,
Remember one thing,there is no short cut for success and please do not waste your time in finding methods of short cuts.
There is only one short cut and that is practice and only practice.Try to solve the previous years question papers,taking the time into consideration.
Once you get used to the type of problems being asked in the Bank clerk exams,the time will automatically take care of itself.

R.S.AGARWAL is one of the most preferable books for the bank exams.

So work hard,you'll get to your destination,because "HARD WORK PAYS".

GOOD LUCK.
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sir attach some previous Tamilnadu merchantile bank clerk question papers.
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sir attach some previous year clerk question papers of tamilnadu merchantile bank
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16th April 2012, 01:46 PM
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Default Re: Tips and shortcut methods to prepare for bank clerk exam?

sir attach some previous year clerk question papers of tamilnadu merchantile bank
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20th April 2012, 09:09 PM
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Hi there!
Follwing is the examination pattern for the IBPS PO examination.(many other banks follows the same pattern for there PO examinations like SBI)



For
aptitude:R S agarwal quantitative aptitude
reasoning:R S agarwal verbal and non-verbal reasoning




BEST OF LUCK..........


1.Quantitative Aptitude by R.S Aggarwal, S.CHAND publication.
2.Bank P.O. Prev. Solved Papers by Rph Editorial Board ,Ramesh Publishing
3.Quantitative Aptitude for competitive exams from ABHIJIT GUHA
4.For GK you can refer monthly time magazine such as Pratiyogita Darpan
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