The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) will conduct the clerk preliminary exam on December 2, 3, 9 and 10. For candidates busy with their last minute preparations for the exam, here are a few tips and preparation strategies to clear the test.
Set a target to complete and set sub-targets to help you achieve that target. Assign a particular time of your day to revise your chapters and reward yourself after achieving each one. Rewarding yourself will keep you motivated and achieve more.
List down subjects for revision
Now with just a few days left for the IBPS Clerk Prelims, list down the subjects you need to revise. This will help you de-clutter the vast syllabus and help you focus on one subject at a time without feeling overworked.
To master anything, you read or practice and to retain it in the memory, you need to practice regularly and be consistent with it. Take up two-three mocks tests. Read newspapers, magazines everyday for English and practice solving as many math and logical reasoning problems as possible for Quant and Reasoning.
Do a recce of your test centre
If you have not downloaded the hall ticket, do it now to avoid any last minute hassles. Do a recce of the exam centre location and route well before time. It will help you analyse total time including traffic to visit your centre.