Test series

IBPS Clerk

The IBPS Clerk 2024 exam is divided into two main stages: Preliminary and Main exams. Each stage covers specific subjects and topics. Here’s a detailed breakdown of the syllabus:

Preliminary Examination:

English Language: This section evaluates your proficiency in English through questions on reading comprehension, vocabulary, and grammar. Focus on reading newspapers and practicing grammar exercises to excel in this section.

Numerical Ability: This section includes questions on topics like simplification, number series, data interpretation, and arithmetic. Regular practice and concept clarity are key to performing well in this section.

Reasoning Ability: It assesses your logical and analytical skills through questions on topics like puzzles, seating arrangement, coding-decoding, and syllogism. Regular practice and understanding various types of puzzles will help you ace this section.


Main Examination:

General/Financial Awareness: This section covers current affairs, banking and financial awareness, and general knowledge. Stay updated with current events and banking-related news to perform well in this section.

General English: This section involves reading comprehension, grammar, vocabulary, and letter writing. Extensive reading and practicing formal letter writing can improve your performance.

Quantitative Aptitude: The main exam’s quantitative aptitude section includes questions on data interpretation, simplification, quadratic equations, and arithmetic. Develop speed and accuracy through consistent practice.

Reasoning Ability and Computer Aptitude: This section evaluates logical reasoning, critical thinking, and computer knowledge. Stay updated with computer-related topics and practice reasoning extensively.

Hindi Language (Optional): For candidates who opt for the Hindi language, this section evaluates their proficiency in Hindi.

Preparation Tips:

Understand the Syllabus: Familiarize yourself with the IBPS Clerk 2024 syllabus to plan your preparation effectively.

Time Management:Create a study schedule that allocates ample time to cover all topics. Focus on your weaker areas while maintaining a balance.

Practice Mock Tests: Take regular mock tests to get a feel of the actual exam. Shri Rajiv Gandhi Banking Academy’s test series offers a range of mock tests to help you adapt to the exam environment.

Read Newspapers: Stay updated with current affairs and financial news to perform well in the general awareness sections.

Brush Up Your Computer Knowledge: For the reasoning and computer aptitude section, keep yourself updated with the latest developments in the tech industry.

Stay Calm and Confident: Confidence is key during the exam. Practice relaxation techniques to stay calm under pressure.