IBPS Clerk 12 days Study Plan

Published on Monday, November 11, 2013
Many readers are asking same questions via emails and comments that how to prepare for IBPS Clerk within 2 weeks.  Today I am listing down a 12 days study plan for IBPS Clerk exam and it is also useful for Punjab Food Inspector exam. This is a tested plan, I left many chapters knowingly to save time, if you have enough time with then read the IBPS clerk syllabus and study accordingly.



Books you need to follow for this study plan 

  
Book title
Section
Purchase link
Quantitative Aptitude by RS Aggarwal
Quantitative Aptitude


Verbal and Non-verbal reasoning by RS Aggarwal
Reasoning
Computer for Competitive examinations with MCQ's
Computer proficiency
Essential English Grammar by Murphy
English Language
India book
General knowledge



IBPS clerk exam notes By Ramandeep Singh
All subjects  


Day 1 - (5:30 hours)

Read Indian Express or The Hindu - 1 hour
Time and Work (Concepts) - 1 Hour
Time and work practice - 2 hours
Government Schemes - (30 minutes) 
Sets theory - (1 hour)

Day 2 - (5:30 hours)

Read Indian Express or The Hindu - 1 hour
Time and Distance (Concepts and practice) - 3 hours
Read accounting terms - 30 minutes

Day 3 -  (6 hours)

Read Indian Express or The Hindu - 1 hour
Speed up your calculation speed (Squaring, Multiplication, learn tables) - 2 Hours
Profit and loss (concepts and practice) - 2 hours
Series - 1 hours

Day 4 - (6 hours)

Read Indian Express or The Hindu - 1 hour
Mixtures - 2 Hour
Problems based on age - 2 hour
Mirror images - 1 hour

Day 5 - (7 hours)

Read Indian Express or The Hindu - 1 hour

Day 6 -  (7 Hours)

Read Indian Express or The Hindu - 1 hour
Grammar basics revision - 3 hours (Although it's boring but you have to do this)
Read India Book - 3 hours

Day 7 - (7 hours)

Read Indian Express or The Hindu - 1 hour
Read my GK articles - 2 hours
Download and practice one full length paper with unlimited time - 2 hours
Read India Book - 1 hours
Boats and streams - 1 hour

Day 8 - (7 hours)

Read Indian Express or The Hindu - 1 hour
Data Interpretation practice - 5 hours
Read India Book - 1 hours

Day 9 - (7 hours)

Read Indian Express or The Hindu - 1 hour
Data Interpretation practice - 4 hours
Read India Book - 2 hours

Day 10 - (6 hours)

Read Indian Express or The Hindu - 1 hour
Data Interpretation and data sufficiency practice - 3 hours
Read India Book - 1 hours
Ratio and proportion using Alligation method - 1 hour

Day 11 - (8 hours)

Read Indian Express or The Hindu - 1 hour
Read India Book - 5 hours
Full length practice paper using stop watch - 2 hours

Day 12 - (8 hours)

Read Indian Express or The Hindu - 1 hour
Read India Book - 3 hours
Two full length practice papers - 4 hours




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