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Strategy to prepare for IBPS Clerk Examination

Go through the syllabus and analyse the exam pattern in detail

While preparing for any Competitive Exam, it is really necessary to know the exam syllabus in detail. You must be completely aware about the exam syllabus in order to proceed further with your preparation

Consistency is the key

The road to success demands consistency to be maintained throughout the preparation journey. Being consistent makes you confident enough about your preparation and also the zeal to work harder and improve yourself in the lacking areas

Making and following a time-table helps

Bounding yourself within time constraints through a time-table helps you to be focussed about all the subjects. Many times, the aspirants invest all of their time into a subject and do not consider looking for the other subjects. This can be okay for some days, but if the scenario continues then eventually they’ll find themselves with less time left for preparing for other subjects. This might be an obstacle in a candidate's success. To prevent this, one can prefer making and following a properly designed time-table for their study schedule

Follow a Healthy lifestyle

Keeping yourself energised while preparing for any competitive examination is a must to-do thing in the journey. Have healthy food, get proper sleep(6-8 hours) and give time to some physical exercise(be it yoga, walking, swimming, etc)

Do not compromise your mental health

While preparing for any examination, there is a high probability of facing the phases of demotivation and peer-pressure which directly affects your mental health but you need to keep yourself positive and motivated enough to fight against such adverse stages

Practise Mock Tests

When you feel that you’re ready with the preparation of all the subjects, then comes the turn of practising mock tests. Solving Mock Papers gives you a clear vision about your performance analysis and helps you in identifying loopholes in your preparation for the actual examinations

Handwritten Notes gives better understanding

Do not completely rely on virtual notes and tutorials. Do invest time in preparing hand written notes as it is an excellent way to learn the concepts quickly. When you write it on your own, then you grasp the concepts better. So, consider making handwritten notes for your exam preparation

Avoid distractions

Make sure that you’re free from any distractions in the surroundings while you’re studying. Your phone should either be kept away from you or should be kept on silent with all the notifications off. Do sit ideally in a silent room while studying for better concentration. In the preparation journey, it is advisory to either completely avoid social media or minimise its use as much as possible

Frequently Asked Questions

The IBPS clerk hall ticket cannot be altered in any way. Before submitting the IBPS clerk application form in its final form, these details are editable.

No, after paying the application fees for IBPS Clerk 2024, you are not able to make any more changes. However, at that precise moment, the registration date and time are still valid. Rather, you will be required to re-fill the IBPS clerk exam form with the correct information and the necessary application fees.

The IBPS Clerk exam will be held in 13 languages, in addition to English and Hindi.

Eleven public sector banks are taking part in the IBPS clerk recruitment 2024.

The subjects covered in the IBPS PO and Clerk syllabuses are identical, but the exam format is slightly different. In addition, the IBPS PO mains exam includes a descriptive English test, but the clerical cadre exam does not.

The ibps clerk exam is held once per academic year

The IBPS Clerk test has no set number of attempts. A candidate may apply as long as he or she meets the qualifications for the examination.

There are two exams involved in the IBPS Clerk selection process: preliminary and main. The final merit list does not take into account the scores from the preliminary exam. The mains test is the basis for the ultimate applicant selection.

For both the preliminary and main exams, a deduction of 0.25 marks will be applied for each wrong response.

The topics like seating arrangements, puzzles, syllogisms, and inequality will carry the most weight in the Reasoning Ability segment of the IBPS Clerk 2024 syllabus.

No, there aren't many significant differences; practically all bank and insurance tests follow the same course. Exams for officer grade and clerk grade may have different question levels.

Yes, all of the Bhagya Achievers  mock tests are available on our mobile app (android), where you can take them. You can also access these mock tests via our website.

Yes, detailed solutions will be available to you once you have completed the test. After completing the test, you will have access to these solutions at any time.