​Bank PO Exam Tips If You Are Preparing For Bank PO Exam Then These Tips Can Help

Recruitment of PO posts keeps coming out at different times in different banks. Along with having a government service, candidates are attracted towards it due to good salary. With good experience and efficient working style, these youth can reach the post of the officer from PO soon. That’s why many youths apply for the recruitment of Bank PO posts every year, but due to lack of proper information they are not able to appear in these examinations.

If we talk about the educational qualifications of these recruitments, then for the post of PO, the candidate should have a minimum graduation degree. At the same time, the age of the candidate should be between 21 years to 30 years. The examination and selection for the recruitment of PO post of the bank takes place in two phases. In the first phase, its written examination is conducted. Whose question papers are in Hindi and English. The questions in this exam are related to General Knowledge, Hindi and English. After passing this exam, in the second stage, candidates have to answer 225 questions of General Knowledge, Hindi, English and Mathematics correctly in 2 hours 15 minutes. After passing both exams, candidates have to go through an interview.

Talking about Reasoning Syllabus, PO Reasoning question paper covers all Logical Reasoning questions, Logical Reasoning consists of verbal questions, Reasoning questions related to Blood Relation, Sitting Arrangement, Coding-Decoding, etc. The syllabus of English subject is common for all competitive and banking exams but it has two main bases for English, Grammar and Vocabulary. Apart from this, questions related to filling in the blanks, phrases, and idioms, direct and indirect tenses, one-word substitution, passage, sentence arrangement, error correction, etc. are asked.

The subject of Quantitative Aptitude is the most difficult subject in this exam. In this question paper, it is necessary for the candidates to know the shortcut formulas and tricks. The main part of this paper is data interpretation, in which questions are asked from tabulation, pie chart, line chart, line graph and bar chart besides other main topics like square root, cube root, partnership, percentage, ratio and proportion, age ratio etc. . Under the subject of general knowledge, it is important for the candidates to be aware of the latest current affairs. Such as questions related to Indian Economy, International Economy, UNO, Marketing, Constitution of India, Awards and Honors, Sports, Finance, Agriculture etc. can be asked.

The question paper of computer subject is of 20 marks, it is necessary to have basic general computer knowledge, software and hardware, DBMS, Microsoft Office, input and output devices, networking, basic knowledge of Internet. It is necessary for the candidates to know that the question paper of this exam is objective based, as well as in the next phase, if there is an examination, group discussion and interview, then they should prepare accordingly. To prepare for different types of questions, candidates can take help of previous years solved papers and monthly magazine of competitive examinations, while it is advised to read regular news paper for preparation of general knowledge and for preparation of English and Maths. Candidates can read Grammar Books and NCERT Mathematics books from class 6th to 10th.