As being one of the top most wanted and most remarkable career in almost everyone’s life banking sectors plays a vital role. At some point in time, everyone ceased to be a successful banker to fulfill his/her career dreams. If you are also one among them, then you landed on the right page.
You may probably apply for the bank exams and be being the top banking sector, SBI PO becomes one of the most wanted jobs. Almost the exam is nearing, and you need lots of practice to crack the exams to get your dream job easily.
Here is a perfect study plan designed by one of the top institutes for bank and TNPSC Group 2 coaching in Chennai.
The SBI PO preliminary exam is divided into four major sections among which Quantitative Aptitude plays a vital role in scoring high marks with lesser efforts. Already, you may know the most important chapters of this section, and I am sure you have already well prepared for those chapters. However, you may probably forget to prepare one of the less important parts, and here it is.
- Data Sufficiency
From this year onwards, SBI announced to have a separate section for Data Analysis and Interpretation for the Mains paper and because of this reason now, the 2017 year question paper, might not have this Data Sufficiency chapter.
However, I advise you to don’t leave this section as there are chances that you may see a bunch of 5 questions on this chapter. 2 statements and 1 question will be given to this Data Sufficiency problem, and you need to decide whether the given statements are enough to answer that 1 question.
Reference Books To Prepare Quantitative Aptitude For SBI PO 2017
- How to Prepare for Quantitative Aptitude for the CAT by Arun Sharma
- Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Exams by RS Agrawal
- Bank PO Quantitative Aptitude Chapter wise Solved Papers by Kiran Publications
General Tips to Prepare Quantitative Aptitude for SBI PO 2017
- There are many apps to practice Quant’s daily. Use the app when you’re bored or traveling or when you sit down to practice.
- Until the exam I advise you to take one mock test daily. You can approach any of the best bank and TNPSC Coaching Centre in Chennai or Bangalore for the mock tests.
- To properly understand the concepts that are used in the questions, make sure to read all the solutions carefully.
- Know what your strong topics are, how well have you prepared for those topics and what are your weaknesses that you need to work on. Make a detailed analysis based on the results and adjust your strategy accordingly.
- During mock tests, try different orders of attempt and identify which approach works better for you.
- Try to attempt the mock tests like you would attempt the actual exams without any distraction. Also, make sure to try easy questions first.