What should be the last month strategy for Bank PO entrance exams: revision or practising mock papers?

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    3 years ago
    For Bank PO, the best strategy is mock test as well as revision, but you must practice mock tests. So, both are important, but mock is much more important than revision.
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    Supratik Dey | Contributor-Level 7

    4 years ago
    I will not go into writing a paragraph for this answer. You gave 2 options. Go for the 2nd one and practice them in a time bound manner.
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    Devi singh | Guide-Level 11

    4 years ago
    Strategy for the preparation of Bank PO entrance exam:1. Give 23 hours to the preparation of each subject.2. Attempt one mock daily for prelim and analyze.3. Give time to weak topics.4. Don't ignore current affairs but at the same time don't give too much time to general awareness preparation (Static, Banking and Current Affairs) and devote1 hour daily for Static and Banking Awareness.5. Read newspapers daily and start mugging up vocabulary 12 hours daily.6. Learn speed maths techniques and practice sectional test and daily quizzes from various websites and applications in spare to save time.7. Learn new pattern topics (already started on my ... view more
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    4 years ago
    Bank PO jobs are very attractive jobs in this current Indian scenario. A lot of Indian students after completion of their graduation will go for Bank exam preparation.Bank preparation strategy of last 1 month is as follows:1. Practise previous year’s questions as much as possible. The possibility for the repeated questions is very high in a bank PO exam.2. Preliminary needs to be more planed. Allocate time for each question according to your convenience.3. Don’t stay on one question while you do mock test. Skip it and after exam try to answer it.4. Allot time for revision of equations and general awareness questions. These topics will be ... view more
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    Harsh Ranjan College Selection Expert | Scholar-Level 17

    4 years ago
    Bank PO Entrance Exam is conducted in two parts which are prelim and Mains and question are from reasoning, general knowledge, mental ability, quantitative aptitude and English. This means there is no particular subject from which questions are asked, so questions are from those parts which may be forgotten. This means that in the last month before the exam, the best thing is the revision. In the last month, the revision of general knowledge is required because all are the single word answer need revision. Second is the mental ability in which there are a lot of rules for the practice, for this portion revision is a good option. Almost all th... view more

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