Strategize Your Preparation for Clearing Bank PO and SSC Exams

Before giving any competitive examination, preparation is essential. However, if you truly want to succeed in your initial attempts, then it is essential to adopt a strategy of preparation. Here, aspirants will find helpful tips to strategize your bank exam coaching and preparation. Let us first discuss about the examination procedure for Probationary officers (PO) exams and SSC or Staff Selection Commission.

About Bank PO Exams

Leading public sector Banks in India holds a written examination for the purpose of recruitment in the high lucrative posts of Probationary Officers. The written examination is the first step, which is often followed by personal interview and final selection of the shortlisted candidates. Hard work and dedication are the two most important factors to be kept at high regards if you truly wish to excel in this examination. Several coaching institutes have online mock test for bank PO and clerical examinations to accustom candidates to online format.

The bank PO exam consists of four sections, all of which will carry 50 questions of one mark each, making it 200. The four sections are English Language, General Awareness, Data Analysis and Interpretation, and Reasoning. It is important to understand that there will be negative marking for each incorrect answer; therefore, a candidate must be very careful while marking the answers.

SSC Exams

On the other hand, SSC or Staff Selection Commission combined graduate level examination is another great opportunity for all government job aspirants. This examination consists of four sections namely, General Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, and English Language. The SSC CGLE is tough in comparison to PO examination and should not be taken lightly. To crack it, besides hard work and taking SSC online coaching, Hindi or English, you also need to strategize each move for the best chances of being recruited.

 

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