Bank PO Syllabus and Tips to score Maximum

Tips to score 60+ in IBPS PO and SBI PO Prelims 2020
Reasoning Ability: (Tips to score 25+)
(i) This section can be attempted with high accuracy if you practice well.
(ii) Do not go for solving puzzles at first. First attempt the questions which are easy to attempt like inequalities, coding-decoding, order and ranking etc and then go for syllogisms and blood relations.
(iii) Now go for puzzles and seating arrangement questions and if the question does not strike you well, don't waste much time on it.
(iv)Try to attempt atleast 25-30 questions in this section.
Quantitative Aptitude: (Tips to score 25+)
(i) This section can be solved with good accuracy but you need to select the questions carefully.
(ii) First of all go for the questions in which you are good at. Solve number series, simplification, approximation and quadratic equations.
(iii) You can solve DI. There are atleast 10 questions from DI out of which 6-7 can be easily attempted. So go for those questions first.
(iv) Attempt miscellaneous topics at last and do not stay at a single question for too long.
Only ample practice can make you crack this section. Try to attempt atleast 25-30 questions in 20 minutes in this section.
English Language: (Tips to score 20+)
(i) English section will be a game changer this time. Earlier students used to spend 10-15 minutes in this section. But now total 20 minutes are allotted for this section alone. As you will have sufficient time for English, you will be tempted to attempt more questions but you have to be very careful while attempting the questions.
(ii) Attempt those topics in which you are good and properly read the questions while attempting.
(iii) Attempt Reading Comprehension and Parajumbles at last.
(iv) Do not make guess attempts.
(v) Try to attempt 20+ questions with good accuracy to make a good score.
   The recruitment process for recruitment of PO in IBPS and SBI is held in three phases -
Phase I: Preliminary Examination (Syllabus Given Below)
Phase II: Mains Examination (Syllabus Given Below)
Phase III: Group Discussion
Syllabus For Preliminary Exam
PART A: Reasoning
Logical Reasoning
Alphanumeric Series
Ranking/Direction/Alphabet Test
Data Sufficiency
Coded Inequalities
Seating Arrangement
Puzzle
Tabulation
Syllogism
Blood Relations
Input Output
Coding Decoding
Part B: Aptitude
Simplification
Profit and Loss
Mixtures and Alligations
Simple Interest and Compound Interest and Surds and Indices
Work and Time
Time and Distance
Mensuration – Cylinder, Cone, Sphere
Data Interpretation
Ratio and Proportion, Percentage
Number Systems
Sequence and Series
Permutation, Combination  and Probability
Part C: English
Reading Comprehension
Cloze Test
Para jumbles
Fill in the blanks
Multiple Meaning /Error Spotting
Paragraph Completion             Matching
Miscellaneous
Syllabus For Mains Exam
PART A: Data Analysis
Tabular Graph
Line Graph
Pie Chart
Bar Graph
Radar Graph Caselet
Missing DI
Let it Case DI
Data Sufficiency
Probability
Permutation and Combination
Part B: Reasoning
Verbal Reasoning
Syllogism
Circular Seating Arrangement
Linear Seating Arrangement
Double Lineup
Scheduling
Input Output
Blood Relations
Directions and Distances
Ordering and Ranking
Data Sufficiency
Coding and Decoding
Code Inequalities
Course of Action
Critical Reasoning
Analytical and Decision Making
Part C: English Language
Reading Comprehension
Grammar
Vocabulary
Verbal Ability
Word Association
Sentence Improvement
Para Jumbles
Cloze Test                                     Error Spotting
Fill in the blanks
Part D: General/Economy/ Banking Awareness
Financial Awareness
Current Affairs
General Knowledge
Static Awareness
Banking and Financial Awareness
Part E: Computer Awareness
Internet
Memory
Keyboard Shortcuts
Computer Abbreviation
Microsoft Office                   Computer Hardware
Computer Software
Operating System
Networking
Computer Fundamentals /Terminologies
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All the best for Your Exams.

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