The IBPS PO 2017 Prelims stage has just been concluded. Now its time to focus on the IBPS PO 2017 Mains exam preparation as it is a month away from now. IBPS PO 2017 last minute preparation tips that we are providing in this article will enable the aspirants to prepare in an efficient manner thereby consuming less time than it usually does. Read the details below to know more about the ways to approach the relatively tougher IBPS PO Mains exam.
IBPS PO 2017 Last Minute Preparation Tips for Mains
It has been a tradition in IBPS PO Mains that the questions are based on the same set of topics, i.e. Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning and English Language. Apart from these, there is a new addition in the form of a descriptive paper which also needs some focus. Following is the paper-wise strategy that you might find useful:
- Do not spend more than 15 minutes in this section.
- First focus on the comprehension, then set your focus on other sections as per your comfort zone.
- Never aim for all questions, attempt only those which you are confident about.
- For descriptive paper, stay updated with current affairs and don’t give up on reading long paragraphs or passages.
- Spending 20 minutes in this section will be enough.
- You need to hit the targets accurately as maximum marks can be achieved from this section.
- Time killing topics pertaining to data sufficiency, coding-decoding and syllogism must be targetted first.
- This section should not take more than 25 minutes to finish.
- Since this section is a tough nut to crack, be prepared to target the least difficult of all questions from this section such as data interpretation and number series.
- Make use of shortcuts to save time.
Remember the following beforehand as a way to prepare at the last minute:
- Revise meticulously not haphazardly
- Don’t delve into new topics, stick to your strengths
- Meditation based exercise and an adequate amount of sleep (about 8 hours) is necessary
- Take mock tests at regular intervals
- Keep all the necessary documents (call letter, photo, and ID) ready a day prior to the exam
- Don’t panic during exam when a tough question appears