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NIACL AO 2015 Success Story

Published on Friday, March 20, 2015
Today I am sharing success story of a very special person. She is special because she wrote amazing many articles for +BankExamsToday. I never mentioned her name anywhere because it's her decision. Read her success story, I hope that she keep on sharing more and more articles here.

How she achived the Success

My trials with competitive exams started in June 2014 with the SBI PO – I was unprepared and was just entering into the zone of competitive exams and did I mention unprepared (extremely so)?!

My first steps towards cracking competitive exams – mainly and only Bank POs – consisted of self preparation, coaching help for maths and reasoning tricks and a lot of online studying!

Maths and Current Affairs being my weak spots and English and Reasoning being my best I started giving speed tests and daily religiously reading current affairs on!

Funny thing is this site has helped me so much more than coaching class and all!! Not only is it a great source of current affairs – but Sir’s advisory columns and exam tricks and tips and interview tips and mock interview audios helped A LOT.

So a big – huge – gigantic thank you and heartfelt gratitude to Ramandeep Sir - for not only being the mind and soul behind this wonderful blog for helping bank job aspirants – but to be in a line of work to selflessly help aspirants achieve their dream jobs – in the these core commerce sectors!

In 2014 starting with SBI PO, I also appeared for SBI Clerical but missed cut offs. I actually cleared the overall cut-off(s) in SBI PO, but didn’t clear the Math section!

But I hit the bulls-eye with IBPS PO (result awaited), IBPS Clerical (result awaited) and NIA AO (interview cleared!).

So to all the fellow readers who are battling on – don’t lose hope and most importantly don’t lose momentum – failures come – but they are just the propellers to push you towards success.

And success come when you get all the things clicking in the right manner – I worked on Maths – and cramped my head with a lot of current affairs and that is when I started clearing exams one by one.
Its not important which book you use or which coaching you attend – important is you do what is needed to be done – study and devote time towards bettering your weaknesses and not giving up when things don’t go your way.

So working on the weak spots is what’ll get you through the written exams – as for Interview – knowledge and confidence – that’s all!

I’d also like to thank fellow readers and bankexamtoday-ites, though anonymous – your comments and camaraderie has been invaluable – knowing I’m not the only one in soup and that coming out of the soup is quite possible! Thank you!

SO, this is me, so glad to be sharing my story – though short – but right now so relieving to me and my whole family!

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Ramandeep Singh, your guide to banking and insurance exams. With 14 years of experience and 5000+ selections, Ramandeep understands the path to success, having transitioned himself from Dena Bank and SBI. He's passionate about helping you achieve your banking and insurance dreams.

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