IBPS Clerk exam, which is one of the popular bank exams, is regarded as a high rated exam after PO. The exam is conducted to hire front staff in a bank. The front staff is generally responsible for customer interface. Clerks will be recruited based on the requirement of the bank.
The candidates will be selected through written exam followed by the interview. Written exam is the qualifying exam. Candidates who meet the prescribed eligibility criteria can appear for the written exam.
The exam is highly competitive as lakhs of candidates apply for the IBPS clerk. It is essential to have regular practice with accuracy to crack the crucial exam. IBPS clerk CWE has the following papers and aspirants who are preparing for IBPS exam should go through the following tips as a part of exam preparations.
The topics under this section are number series, coding - decoding, analogy, statement and argument, blood relations, direction sense, alphabet test, number ranking. The student should first learn how to solve each type of question and then practice well so that the questions will be solved fastly and accurately. There are various books and mock tests available for IBPS clerk exam.
So candidates can concentrate more on the following topics: Venn Diagrams, Seating Arrangements, Coding and de-coding, Problem Solving, Statement & Conclusion type questions, Puzzles related to Blood Relation, Arrangements, Floor & Inequality.
The sections comprises of questions on General English. Proper time management is very vital in the section as candidates have to read through the passage given to answer the questions. Questions are also generated on topics like Fillers, Spot the Error, Fillers, Cloze Test, Sentence Improvement and Comprehension Passage.
Proper preparation in English helps candidates to score more within less time.
Aptitude is the very important section as it helps to hit the merit list. Candidates who perform well in the section have more chances to score high marks in the exam.
Thus, the candidates should make it a point not to spend more time on reasoning and english sections rather consider solving Quantitative Aptitude seriously. If the question is time taking skip the question and move on to the next question. Since questions on calculation is time taking candidates have to manage time also.
In order to attempt more number of questions, candidates have to make strategy about how many number of questions to be solved in Aptitude part by attending other sections.
Focus on all questions related to Data Interpretation, Number Series & Simplification which includes Decimal and Fractions, Simplification, Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Averages, Interest (Simple and Compound), Profit and Loss, Time and distance, Problems on Sharing, Number Series Frequency polygon, Bar-diagram, Pie-chart.
General Awareness is all about general knowledge or current affairs. Candidates who are up to date about facts and news can easily score marks. Questions of General Awareness are asked generally on Current Affairs. Thus, candidates have to focus mainly on current affairs related to Banking & Finance Sector.
Besides read newspaper, magazines to enrich knowledge on current affairs, national & international news, important dates, current developments in science, technology, sports & culture, Banking & Marketing.
The section will have 40 questions on Computer Knowledge. There will be questions related to Basic of Computers, Computer Organization, Generations of computer, Input & Output Device, Shortcuts & Basic knowledge MS word, MS Excel, MS power point, Memory Orientation, Internet, LAN, WAN, Modem, Computer Abbreviations, Modern day Technology.
To crack all the above sections successfully candidates have to brace up to time management with speed, which is an important aspect of the exam preparation. Solving previous year question papers and attending mock tests accelerates your skills to answer accurately within the stipulated time.