Many bank recruitment examinations are scheduled to be held in the coming months. Of these exams, the SBI Clerk examination is a very important exam as it gives you the opportunity to work in the country’s largest commercial bank. The SBI Clerk Prelims examination will be held in the month of June, while the main exam will be in the month of July. You have about 2 months to prepare for this exam. Here we are explaining some important tips for preparing for the SBI Clerk Exam.
SBI Clerk Exam 2019: Complete Study Plan
SBI Clerk Examination will be conducted in two stages (Preliminary Examination and Main Examination). Questions will be asked in English Language, Reasoning Ability and Quantitative Aptitude subjects in the prelims examination, while the main exam will also include the topics covered above as well as general awareness topics. So you have to basically prepare four subjects to pass the exam.
This section will ask questions in both the prelims and main examinations. In the main exam, there will be 60 points in this section, While the number assigned to this section for prelims is 35. To begin preparing for this section, first you have to understand the sections of this section and the patterns of questions. After this, you can start preparing topics. by reading a topic and solving questions based on that topic and then after studying the questions with different difficulty levels of the same topic. By doing so, you will be able to solve any kind of questions asked in that examination on that topic. Similarly, you must prepare all the chapters of the reciprocity capacity. Once the syllabus is complete, practice regularly until the full-length mock test is taken. You should complete Syllabus in the first month of preparation and focus on solving more and more mock tests in the remaining time.
This section will also be in both SBI Clerk ‘s Prelims and Main examinations. For this section, you have to follow the same strategy that you have done for the Reasoning Ability. Firstly, understand the quantitative attitudes of the questions and the pattern of the questions asked in the last few years, then make your study plan. Study chapters one by one and practice the questions based on it. The next most important step to practice the Mock Test is to start the full-length mock test as soon as all the chapters are finished. You should try that you finish all the chapters in the first month and devote the rest of the time till the examination to be dedicated to the mock test.
English language is a compulsory subject in all bank recruitment examinations. The English language paper in the SBI Clerk Examination will be primarily based on Grammar and Vocabulary (terminology), because the bank mainly wants to test your knowledge of Basic English Grammar and your English Writing Skills. Take out your fears for the English language and try to understand Grammar’s Basic Rules. Take a book of any standard English gramer and read a chapter and practice the questions based on them regularly. And finally practice the mock test to assess your preparation.
General Awareness / Financial Awareness
Run this section three; Static can be divided into GK (General Knowledge), Current Affairs and Banking Awareness. For current affairs, you can get help from the Current Affairs section of Jagaran Josh. It is also necessary to revive the static GK as well as to revive it on a regular basis. For banking awareness, you should regularly update with Banking News. And the next most important thing is to practice the Mock Test as much as possible.
SBI Clerk Examination is a great opportunity for all of you. You should be organized and smart in your preparation strategy so that you can practice Syllabus on time and practicing the Mock Test as much as possible. Remember to act as a confidence booster to crack the exam and in your preparation.
Best wishes !!