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IBPS Preparation

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) initiates the conduct of Common Written Examination (CWE).  Today, IBPS has become a body that provides integrated end to end solutions for human resource management of client organizations. IBPS issues a score card only after the candidate passes the exam whether for Clerks, Probationary Officers or Specialist officers. Thus, the candidate who desires for such posts will require a valid scorecard of the CWE. It is now mandatory for all the candidates to produce this score card to the recruiting bank.

Since the pattern of the exam remains the same, general tips for reparation for Banking Exams especially for IBPS preparation hold good. Candidate needs to focus on fundamentals of mathematics and read a lot of material on general awareness. He/she will have to focus on the banking sector as well, since majority of questions in the general awareness section are from the banking sector. Candidate also needs to brush up basic computer knowledge as well, since this section is high scoring.

For IBPS Exam, one must prepare taking into consideration the difficulty Level of the IBPS Exams, as IBPS is known for surprises. Although The Market is flooded with lot many books with exciting banners to attract you, but it is important you must wisely choose the right books and study material, so that it pays you in the long run  ...more

Our study material has been largely divided into five sections: 

IBPS Preparation
Arithmetic Aptitude

Every student who wants to clear IBPS exam. To solve the question students to command over it, and there is only one way that is Practices
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IBPS Preparation
English

Although, the syllabus of English section for IBPS Exams is quite exhaustive, but it  very important and need to qualify must and should,... more
 
  

IBPS Preparation
General Awareness

Candidates appearing for the examination must be prepared for General Awareness questions of last 6 months, You can collect the information from several...more

IBPS Preparation
Computer

Computer knowledge is the major topic in competitive exams because now a days every one using the computers.To crack this section the candidate must check out the topics... more
 
  

IBPS Preparation
Reasoning



 

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