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IBPS PO V Success Story - Akhilesh Rawat

Published on Friday, April 08, 2016
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Hello everyone I am Akhilesh Rawat, a BSc graduate from Dehradun. Today I would like to share my IBPS PO CWE 5 preparation technique.

I started my preparation from july 2015 keeping IBPS PO CWE5 as my only target. I didn't appeared for IBPS RRB or any IBPS clerical paper.
  • I made a time schedule for preparation at home in which I devoted
  • 2hours = newspaper reading (8-10 am)
  • 2hours= maths (10:30-12:30 pm)
  • 1:30 hours for reasoning (1-2:30 pm)
  • 1 hour (7-8) to revise daily gk quiz and monthly gk digest by ramandeep sir.
  • 1 hour (8-9) for my English grammar on weekdays and on weekends I prepared my computer notes from arihant computer book, also studied ramandeep sir notes on computer and solved computer quizzes on internet.
I also did running to maintain my physical fitness and improved concentration. Besides this I also developed reading habit for novels from 10-11.

For prelims I made strategy of 22-24-14 min for reasoning quant and English. My prelims score was 59.75 and my attempts were 64.

From Oct 12 I started solving mock tests. Test panda mock test were very lucid and difficulty level matched up to mains level. I also referred other mocks to get more practice. Morning time was utilised in mocks. And evening time I utilised in revising gk and computer.

Mains strategy

Time allocation
  • Gk+comp = 12 min
  • English = 28 min
  • Reasoning= 40 min
  • Quant= 40 min
And by this sequence I attempted all sections.

Mathematics should be attempted at last as per my opinion as maths needs calm and relaxed mind. So once you finish all sections you are likely to prevent silly mistakes and make hurry thus leading you to a handsome score in mains.
I was confident for not only qualifying but also with a good score.
So I started preparing interview notes from November 1 by interview digest and Investopedia. Being a science graduate it was an ABC journey for me to prepare banking concepts. I prepared notes and revised the moment I noted and I did mirror practice and my friends took my mock interviews.
My mains score + interview helped me to secure Canara bank my first preference.

A suggestion I would like to give to all aspirants is don't worry at all when u get stuck in any ques as all question carry same marks. So quickly move to next.

I would like to thank Ramandeep sir and all the other teachers who made me capable to clear exam with such an ease. Thanks a lot to all of you for your invaluable guidance.
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