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Exam Tips

Tips and tricks to score more in the exam:

  • As negative marking is applicable, it's important to attempt only the questions you are sure about.
  • The English language section includes questions based on unseen passages, antonyms, synonyms, understanding vocabulary, fill in the blanks, finding the error in a statement, jumbled up questions. Revise your basic grammar skills by referring to grammar book such as Wren and Martin.
  • Listen to English news and practise speaking in English. Apart from helping you prepare for group discussion and interview, this will improve your language skills and help you notice language errors.
  • Glance through a thesaurus to understand and revise antonyms, synonyms and learn more vocabulary.
  • General Awareness, Marketing and Computer section is the highest scoring and can also be completed quickly if you have had thorough preparation.
  • Questions from General Awareness, Marketing and Computer generally come from banking knowledge, current affairs, computer knowledge, operating systems, computer hardware and software and basics of marketing.
  • Study from a recent general knowledge book and basic books on computers and marketing, focus on understanding the essentials.
  • Data Analysis and Interpretation will test your mathematical and analytical skills.
  • Common questions for the Data Analysis and Interpretation are based on Number Systems, Fractions, Ratio and Proportion, Time and Work, Percentage, Profit and Loss, Problems on Ages, Simple Interest and Compound Interest, Averages, Area and Time and Distance.
  • Prepare for Data Analysis and Interpretation by practising calculations and increasing your speed, also revise important Maths formulae and revise reading charts, graphs and tables.
  • Reasoning section can be confusing so make sure you completely understand the question before attempting it; the section aims at testing your logical thinking and problem solving skills.
  • Most questions for Reasoning are based on Seating Arrangements, Syllogism, Coding-Decoding, Statement and Conclusions, Directions, Blood Relations, Analogy, Classification, Series problems, Missing Characters, Odd Man out, Ranking Test, Data sufficiency, Assumptions and Directions.
  • The Reasoning section is also one of the most time consuming, so if you are not able to answer a question, move on and get back to it later.
  • Practise various types of puzzles and analogies to prepare.
  • The most important tip for preparation for all the sections is to practise as many online sample papers & model papers as possible.
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