Time management tips for bank exams section wise

Time Management Tips

For any competitive exam the organisation behind it was testing the candidates through their examinations. Candidates have to qualify in the exam which they pose initially in order to select for the role to which they have applied. After qualifying in the written exam candidates will be taken through interview round which was a completely different scenario? In the written exam they will be asked various number of questions through different categories with little time. By doing so they can judge the candidates quality of time management, his ability to answer questions at peak time and so on. Time plays such a crucial role in the written exam and when it comes to competitive exams like IBPS, SBI, SSC, RRB, Bank, PO, clerk, CWE and many it was no different from running with scissors. Candidates before attempting these competitive examinations they have to know the time management tips through which they can easily come through these exams.

With the bank, IBPS exams for posts of clerk, PO, SO and so on were rolling out every day candidates were involved in deep preparation. We are now here to add some tips in their preparation which makes them complete with their syllabus. Basically in the Time management for bank exams candidates have to know the sections and should identify the sections in which they are strong. If you identify then half of your work is done.

Choosing sections in which they are strong

Majority of bank exams have topics like Computer, General Awareness, English Language, Quantitative aptitude and Reasoning. Among these sections first identify your strong zone and go for it directly. Attempt as many questions as possible in this section. In order to qualify in the written exam you have to clear all the sections. So first attempt the favourite section and then move on to your second priority. So attempt questions in each section and try to score as much as possible.

Analysis of each section

You should prepare for the general awareness section well before the exam. If you are good at English language then you can put it in the second priority or third. Computer knowledge questions were easy to attempt. These three sections should be attempted first.

Our sincere request to the candidates is that after attempting those three sections just go out for Quantitative aptitude section. Questions from this section were easy and take little time to solve. You can easily attempt 90 % of questions from this section if you are a speed mathematician.

Reasoning section should be attempted at last. It was the difficult section among the others which involves high risk of failure and consumes large time for every question. If there was no negative marking then you can attempt as many as possible.

Dividing time among the sections

Make a note that do not divide time equally for all sections. Spend much time in the section in which you are strong. The best possible separation of time between sections was given below.

Computer: 10 minutes

General Awareness: 12 minutes

English Language: 18 minutes

Quantitative aptitude: 35 minutes

Reasoning: 35 minutes

Time divided: 110 minutes

Total time: 120 minutes

The above timings may vary based on your interest. After completing with the balance 10 minutes of time cross check the complete paper for any errors or wrong posed answers. If you find a question difficult then leave the question instead of hanging to it. Follow these steps as they definitely play a crucial role in your success.