IBPS has introduced a new pattern of examination from this year. The examination consists of two tiers that are preliminary exam and main exam. Preliminary Exam is new for IBPS bank exams. Here we are providing Last Minute Tips for IBPS Clerk V 2015 Preliminary Exam. First we have to know the [pattern of preliminary exam. IBPS Clerk V preliminary exam divided into 3 section that are English, Reasoning and Aptitude. Candidates who will qualify in preliminary exam are only eligible for main exam. So candidates should concentrate on every section to score better marks.
IBPS Clerk V 2015 Preliminary Exam Pattern:
Preparation Tips for IBPS Clerk V 2015 Preliminary Exam:
How to prepare for IBPS Clerk V 2015 Preliminary Exam? We have 3 section and total 100 marks. We need to score minimum cut off marks in every section and overall. So, we have to plan about exam. First we decided to prepare 15 hours in a day for this exam. Out of these 15 hours each 5 hours will be assigned for each section. We have lots of time. So, in that 5 hours, half an hour will be assigned for what we have completed yesterday. Then 10 minutes for what we have to complete today. Then remaining time prepares 1 topic in that section. We will complete all topics in 1 month. Then we need to practice. We have lots of online exam portals. Practice on these three sections.
Last Minutes Tips for IBPS Clerk V 2015 Prelims Exam:
- Time management is more important in all competitive exams.
- We have 1 hour time for 100 questions so 36 seconds for each question
- But we have more time for reasoning and Aptitude sections
- Divide 60 minutes to 3 parts
- 15 Minutes for English, 22 Minutes for Reasoning and 23 Minutes for Aptitude
- 15 minutes for 30 English questions, 30 seconds for each question
- 22 minutes for 35 Reasoning questions, approximately 38 seconds for each question
- 23 minutes for 35 Aptitude questions, approximately 39.5 seconds for each question
- Skip the questions which will take more time
- Every second is valuable in exam
- Don’t think other matters in Exam
- Concentrate on only questions asked in exam
- Must follow time for each section