IBPS PO mains 2018: The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) will conduct the main exam for the recruitment of Probationary Officers (PO) on November 18 this year. The exam is being conducted every year for around 3,500 posts in various banks. As far as the difficulty level is concerned, the main examination of IBPS PO has seen a noticeable rise in the last two years.
IBPS PO mains 2018: Here is the last minute suggestion before appearing for the examination
Previous years’ papers: Revise the previous years’ question papers that will help you to adapt to the paper pattern. Solving the papers will also help you to choose the least time-consuming questions and attempt the maximum number of questions.
Notes and mock tests: Do not try to attempt any new topic at the last moment. It will only create confusion and make you nervous. Revised the notes that you have prepared during examinations where all the tips and tricks have been mentioned, also one or two mock tests. They are the best in giving you a detailed result of where you stand along with highlighting your strong and weak points. This will give you enough confidence to sit for the final examination.
Time management: It is very important for you to divide your time frame for each topic in the examination hall. Don’t ponder upon one question for a long time.
Maintaining speed: Speed and accuracy are vital for good performance. Ensure that your calculation speed while answering data interpretation and logical reasoning is apt. Knowing your calculations and tables do go a long way in helping you achieve better results.
General knowledge: IBPS PO has a separate section for GK and there are lots of questions come from Current Affairs. To crack this section, the candidates need to have a good knowledge of all the latest events happened in an around the world.
IBPS PO mains 2018: Instructions to follow before appearing for the examinations
Call letter: It is mandatory for the candidates to carry their call letter at the examination centre. It will contain details such as examination venue, exam duration, roll number, name and other information. Candidates should keep in mind that if they fail to carry the same, they will not be allowed to enter the examination hall in any case.
Identity proof: Candidates also have to bring one photo identity proof such as passport/Aadhaar/ PAN card/ driving license/ voter’s Id card/ bank passbook with duly attested photograph/identity card issued by school or college/gazetted officer in the official letterhead in original as well as a self-attested photocopy thereof. The same should be submitted along with the call letter to the invigilators.
Items banned: There are few items which are not allowed inside the hall such as mobile phones, pagers or any other communication devices. Carrying the same will lead to disqualification of the candidates.