Final Week Tips for IBPS Clerk Mains

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Many of might be preparing for IBPS Clerk Mains exam. 

General Awareness and Computer awareness are going to be game changer. As all of the candidates who cracked in Preliminary exams proved that they can solve Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning questions. 

==>> Download GK Digest for IBPS Clerk

Install GK Digest Android Application for updated study material

Many of you might not be aware about the right study material. I made a special GK Digest for IBPS Clerk Mains exam, download it. Also read last 5 months GK Digests (July to December). It's very difficult to score 30 out of 40 in Quantitative Aptitude or Reasoning but it's really easy to score 30 out of 40 in General Awareness or Computer Awareness.

==>> Download Computer Awareness ebook

Exam strategy

Section Time allotted Order of attempt
General awareness 12 mins 1st
Computer awareness 12 mins 2nd
English language 25 mins 3rd
Quantitative aptitude 35 mins 4th
Reasoning ability 35 mins 5th

2 hours

Normally students attempts Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning first because they consider these sections as important. After burning much of their time in Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning they get panic and skip questions in English language. That's a wrong strategy.

All the sections carries equal marks so stick to the strategy given above. After attempting 60+ questions in first 30 minutes, you'll get a motivational boost. 

What to do in last week

  • Practice 20 questions from each chapter in Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning
  • Read GK Digest for Clerk Mains exam
  • Read Computer awareness ebook
  • Take 5 practice sets and at least 1 online tests. (Practice set download link and take online tests from TestPanda.com)
  • Revise previous 5 month's GK Digests
Don't ask about ideal attempt because you can attempt 100% questions from General awareness, Computer awareness and English language. Then pick the easiest questions from Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning.

I won't stretch this post, comment below if you have any specific query that is not covered in the post.


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