Tuesday, 1 December 2015

How to crack IBPS Clerk Mains Exam 2015

How to crack IBPS Clerk Mains Exam 2015

How to crack IBPS Clerk mains exam 2015 tips and strategy .IBPS is soon going to conduct the mains examination after the candidates will finish up with the prelim test. Currently the prelim examination has been going on in the country and candidates in large numbers have been appearing in the examination. Candidates who will pass the written prelim test in order to enter the mains phase of the exam. All those candidates who will pass the prelim test will be issued admit cards for the mains examination. Here are some of the details which the candidates need to know before they can appear in the examination. Candidates need to understand the pattern for the examination and they can prepare according to it.

Now the exam is being conducted online and candidates should practice on computer. They should know the time management and give proper time to each section in the exam. There will be 5 section and you have to reserve some time for each of the section. Passing in all the tests/ papers are important to qualify the exam. As the cutoff is rising each year candidates need both speed and accuracy to clear the examination.

Candidates who are going to appear in the written test should know the pattern of the test first. The exam will be conducted online. There will be 200 questions in all. Candidates have the option to choose any section at any time and solve any question at any time in the examination. They will be provided a composite time of 120 minutes (2 hours for the whole test). Candidates will have to solve the exam paper within that period. After the completion of the stipulated time, the exam will complete by itself and the responses marked by the candidates will be submitted automatically. Candidates will need to understand the pattern of the exam so as to make their own strategy to pass the examination. Here are some of the details they should need to know for the pattern. There will be 5 sections in the exam as under
  1. English section- 40 questions for 40 marks
  2. General awareness- 40 questions for 40 marks
  3. Reasoning section- 40 questions for 40 marks
  4. Aptitude section- 40 questions for 40 marks
  5. Computer section- 40 question for 40 marks
Type of questions which are asked in the examination are as under based on each section.
Reasoning section: All the questions will be of the objective nature and there will be 40 questions in the examination. The test comprise following questions in the examination.
  1. Syllogism – 5Qs
  2. Inequality – 5 Qs
  3. Data Sufficiency – 5 Qs
  4. Sitting Arrangement (Circular) – 5 Qs
  5. Linear Arrangement – 5 Qs
  6. Number Series Arrangement – 5 Qs
  7. Miscellaneous – 5 Qs
  8. Coding Decoding – 5 Qs.
Numerical ability test:
This will be somewhat time consuming as compared to the other sections. You will need to reserve more time for this section as Data interpretation type questions and statement based questions will need time to understand them before you can solve any question. Candidates can reserve upto 45 minutes time for this section in which they can attempt upto 25 questions. It is also to be needed that accuracy in the examination is very important and candidates need t maintain this throughout the examination. Some of the questions which may be asked in the examination are as under
  1. Number Series – 5 Qs
  2. Data Interpretation – 2 Sets (Table & Pie Chart) – 10 Qs
  3. Simplification / Approximate – 10 Qs
  4. Miscellaneous Questions – 15 Qs
Miscellaneous section will contain questions from many different areas and candidates should have good command over questions like time and distance, speed and time, mixture and allegations, age related problems, ration and proportion, CHF and LCM, plane geometry questions which are generally related to rectangle, square and rhombus etc.

English language:
This is one of the important sections in the examination as many candidates fail in this section. Candidates should play safe with English language. They should attempt only those questions which they are sure of. They should maintain accuracy in the examination which is very important for them. There like be simple questions in this section as compared to the other sections like reasoning and aptitude. Candidates can reserve at least 20 minutes for good attempt in this section. Candidates can reserve time based on their ability and skills in English language. Questions which are asked in this section will contain
  1. Reading Comprehension – 10 Qs
  2. Para jumbles – 5 Qs
  3. Spotting Error – 5 Qs
  4. Cloze Test – 10 Qs
  5. Fill in the blanks – 5 Qs
  6. Sentence Improvement – 5 Qs
General awareness:
This will be the 4th section in the objective test. Candidates should know that all the questions will be objective in nature and they have to spend time to soling each question. General awareness is that section in which candidates need very littlie time to solve the questions. You have to read the question and then you can mark the answers. Candidates with good knowledge of current affairs and banking awareness can perform well in this section. It is also to be known that many question are asked for the banking awareness in this section and candidates should prepare basis banking terms and terminology and details about RBI and its functions etc. they can focus on the following topics for preparation in this section.
  1. Current affairs for last 6 months
  2. Banking awareness questions related to general terms used in the banks
  3. General awareness topics related to history etc where questions are asked
Computer awareness test:
Candidates who are preparing well for the examination will need to understand the importance of computer awareness in the examination. It is generally more important for the candidates with Non It background. They have to know the basic terms used in computer technology and day to day technology which are in use. Questions will be easy and candidates have to learn the basic details of the computer section. Here are some of the questions and areas related to which candidates can prepare well for the examination.
Some of the questions which may be asked in the examination will include questions related to
Computer terms

Computer technology
All computer related terms related to MS word, Ms Office, MS Excel etc from which questions are generally asked in the examination.
Candidates can manage the time for each of the section separately.

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