“A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.” said Colin Powell.
The above-mentioned adage is reflecting the true procedure for converting dreams into reality. Your dream can’t come true with some shortcut, it requires full determination applied with hard work to convert any dream into reality. Nowadays, most budding youth aims to attain a respectful position in the banking sector. Lakhs of students are preparing to make their career in the banking sector because this particular field is full of various types of perks. However, if you are well settled and still aim to grab a good job in the banking sector then this blog can do major good for you. Preparation for a banking exam can be more challenging for the working professional because of the less time left in their hands in a whole day for their preparation.
However, with an appropriate plan and strategy, one can cross every hurdle and achieve everything in life. As we all know that there is nothing easy and nothing hard in this world. Some points are easy for some and some are difficult for some. This is the game of the whole mentality. If you think that you cannot prepare after coming back from the office then you will surely not. But if you gather the courage to study and work out of your comfort zone then everything is possible in this world. Even the impossible word itself says I am possible. If you are one of those who are working but still aspire to be a part of the banking sector then nothing can stop you from achieving your goal. In this blog, we will provide you with an efficient strategy that can help you crack a banking exam while working in some reputed firm.
Why should you commence preparation?
Before you start preparing for the banking exam you should always ask yourself a simple question. Why do you want to be a banker? This might sound silly to you all but let me tell you this is the basic question that can clear all your doubts and give you a strong reason for why you should work out of your comfort zone. If you will ask this question to yourself then this will surely clear all your doubts about any type of competitive exams such as SBI PO, IBPS SO, IBPS PO, SBI Clerk, Punjab Govt Jobs exam and more. If you are passionate about doing this, then don’t think further and keep motivating yourself to work hard.
How to start the preparation?
Now if you are fully set to attempt the exam, the very first thing you should think about is how to approach the banking exam. As we all are well versed with the fact that setting a plan is quite easy but the implementation of it requires rigorous efforts. There are myriads of banking exams to be held every year. Some of the widely preferred exams are IBPS Clerk, SBI Clerk, RBI Assistant, IBPS RRB PO, IBPS RRB Clerk, IBPS PO, SBI PO, RBI Grade B, NABARD Grade A and NABARD Grade B along with many others. Firstly, you are required to have proper information about the syllabus and exam pattern in a detailed manner. You can find the syllabus from the official website of the exam conducting body. If you have a deep passion for the banking sector then you can easily apply for multiple banking exams because the syllabus and exam pattern of the various banking exams are more or less the same. After starting the preparation process make sure to solve the previous year’s question paper because this can help you a lot in cracking the exam with flying colors. For staying updated about banking exams you need to check bank exam notification regularly.
After getting well versed with the exam pattern you will get to know about most of the banking exam comprised of below-mentioned subjects:
- Quantitative Aptitude
- Logical reasoning
- General Awareness
- Computer aptitude
- General English
Below mentioned are the common syllabus that you can pick to prepare for the banking exam:
|English||Reasoning Ability||General Awareness||Quantitative Aptitude|
|Reading ComprehensionCloze TestDouble FillersError SpottingSentence CorrectionPara JumblesParagraph CompletionPara SummarySentence Connector.Vocabulary||Sitting ArrangementsTabulationLogical ReasoningSyllogismInput-OutputCoding-DecodingAlphanumeric SeriesBlood RelationsRankingData SufficiencyDistance & DirectionCoded InequalitiesVerbal Reasoning||It includes topics like International Organisations, Important Days, Capital & Currency, Agreement & Deals, Books & Authors, Honours & Awards, National & International Appointments, Famous Obituaries, etc.national and international news, recent state affairs, agreements, visits, awards and honors, summits & conferences and obituaries.||Simplification & Approximation.Data InterpretationData SufficiencyNumber SeriesRatio & ProportionQuadratic EquationsAveragesBoats & StreamsSimple Interest & Compound InterestPercentageProfit & LossMixtures & AlligationPermutation & CombinationTime & DistanceProbabilityPartnershipPipes & Cistern|
Commence your preparation with the section that you feel comfortable with. This will fill a great enthusiasm in your body and soon you will feel that urge to prepare for the exam in the banking sector. Find a wide range of books that can help you crack the exam in a better way. As you are a working professional, you might not be in touch with the basics. You may also find it difficult to understand the basic concept of the chapters. So, to prepare efficiently just make a proper study plan and follow it with full concentration. The above-mentioned points will surely help you crack the banking exam with productive marks.