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IBPS Bank PO Preparation Tips 2015:
It will test your calculation skills and knowledge of school level mathematics The various question types asked in this section are:
- BODMAS/Calculation Techniques/Approximations10 to 1525-30%
- Data Interpretation: 15 to 20 (40-50%)
- Odd Man Out/Complete the Series: 5-10%
- Mathematics: 20-25%
- Data Sufficiency/Quantitative Comparison: 5-10%
Also Check: IBPS PO 2015 Exam Pattern & Syllabus
Tips for Preparing this Paper:
- Practice as many questions as you can, without using a calculator at any point. Only solving a large number of questions may not help.
- You need to look at the way you have calculated the answer and compare it with the methods given in the solution.
- Approximation may lead to incorrect answers if the answer options are very close to each other. Make sure you check the Answers before you mark it.
- The calculations for these questions are often very time consuming. Make sure you have tips and tricks.
- Do not try to solve all the individual questions. Identify chapters (and concepts) that you are most comfortable with and try to solve those first.
- Build your basics with school level textbooks as most questions conform to the difficulty level and style given in these textbooks.
- The purpose of Data Sufficiency questions is NOT to solve a problem but to identify whether the problem can be solved with the given data or not.
- Quantitative Comparison questions focus on finding out the relationship (>, <, =, ≥, ≤etc) between two variables, after calculating the value of these variables.
- The key to solve such Quantitative Comparison and Data sufficiency questions is to read and understand the instructions very carefully, and then follow them to the letter since these instructions may vary from paper to paper.
- You will have a sequence of 5-6 numbers and you need to identify a number that either continues the series or does not fit in. These do not require conceptual knowledge but basic calculation skills (multiplication, squares, factorials, etc.) are very useful.
- Most series are based either on difference between consecutive terms or some multiplicative pattern between consecutive terms. Practice is essential for these. If you are unable to get the pattern in 2-3 minutes in the exam, it is advisable to leave the question for the time being and come back to it later.
- The reasoning section tests your analytical and logical reasoning skills i.e. your ability to interpret data and information given in the form of puzzles, brain teasers or clues and sort it to arrive at a meaningful outcome.
- Arrangement Questions in this section are generally asked in 2-3 sets of 6-7 questions each. Though the sets may be time-consuming, you can get full marks (in minimal time) if you solve the set correctly.
- Practice as many sets as you can. As your practice increases, you will find better and more efficient ways of representing the data and arriving at the final arrangement.
- Syllogisms involves 2, 3, 4 or 6 statements (that conventionally sound absurd e.g. all dogs are cats) followed by a few conclusions. You need to identify the relationship between the given statements and identify the conclusions that definitely follow from the given statements.
- Visual Reasoning, in this part you are generally given a sequence of 5-6 figures and you need to identify a figure that either continues the series or does not fit in.
- To solve these questions quickly, identify the pattern, establish the position of an element, eliminate answer options based on that and then move on to the next element.
- Prepare Direction based questions, Relationships, Series and Analogies – number and letter series as well as analogies, alphanumeric series, odd man out questions, Codes, Logic Puzzles – comparisons and ranks, word based puzzles, etc., Numerical Logic
- During preparation, if you do not have adequate time, you can practice these questions at the very end. However, you should identify the question types that you are most comfortable with and accordingly attempt those if and when they appear in the exam.
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