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Self-study adds enormous value to your preparations when you want to learn anything and especially when you prepare for any government job. Many aspirants have started planning to prepare for bank recruitment exams 2020 and here we have come to help you with some tips to begin your preparation at home. Most of the candidates have been looking for banking jobs both in government and private sectors because of perks been provided along with the post. This article is meant for those students only who are facing problems in paying coaching fees but want to appear in the bank exams 2020.

Bank exams want proper time and full concentration for their preparation due to the vast syllabus it covers and more practice it requires. Self-studying is not an impossible task to do, it’s just a student that needs proper guidance and a correct path to follow to achieve his goal of hired in a bank. Below depicted are some important tips that can help you to prepare yourself for bank exams at home:

1. Understanding of the basic of the exam: 

The first and foremost thing a student must begin with is to understand the exam in terms of its syllabus and the pattern of exams. Every bank exam has its own syllabus, sectional cut-offs, and exam pattern and an applicant must be aware of it. This would help the candidate to better understand which topic requires how much concentration and practice. This will also help you to make a proper plan for the exam you want to appear as planning is the first step towards success.

2. Stick to your timetable: 

Most of the students prefer coaching just with the thought that only attending classes is the time-table which everyone is talking about. However, my dear, this is not necessary to maintain a time-table you need to join classes, you can follow it at your home itself. The students who takes coaching for IBPS PO exam can also make a time-table for self-study at home. You must learn to manage the time according to the topics i.e. not giving more time to easy topics and giving more time to harder ones. Give sufficient time to practice mock tests, previous year question papers, and reading newspapers must be counted as your daily habit. You should have a fair understanding of the syllabus and you should cover every topic or section, as the bank exam includes diverse types of questions in it.

3. Start your preparation topic wise:

Do not panic after seeing the syllabus, instead just calmly read it thoroughly. Do not hassle and mix the syllabus, try to complete it topic wise, this is because if you are studying in such a way that you don’t even know from which topic the question is, then this might confuse you while attempting the exam. This will also be helpful in maintaining the proper time balance during the exam and ending up by completely solving the paper.

4. Make books and online resources your companion: 

Candidates who are planning to begin their preparation for exams at home, there are numerous options available in words of books, newspapers, and obviously online resources. It has been recorded that lakhs of students go for online classes, online competitive exam books to get themselves prepared for many exams whether it’s government or even college exam as an answer to every query is now available online. Download mock tests and practice paper and just the level of your preparations.

5. Practise makes you quick: 

Once you are done with the syllabus, you must begin with the practicing the papers downloaded and go through previous year question papers thoroughly by managing time for each section. The more you practice, the quicker you are at solving the questions and manage to save time for the harder questions.

6. Do not forget to stay updated with current affairs: 

Most of the questions are asked from the general knowledge and current affairs which could be possible to do by making a habit of reading newspapers and make notes of important points. This will also be helpful for enhancing your verbal and reading skills and also help meet the general awareness section simultaneously.

7. Revising helps to clear your concepts:

Revision becomes easier when you prepare short notes of the topics as revising short notes is much easier than reading the complete book at a glance. Revision makes the concept stronger and helps to recall the topics easily in the exams without any pressure or stress. The revision also helps in making a strong grip on the topics which you are weak upon.

Lastly, solicitors, who are ready to try their luck for the bank exams 2020 from home itself, must follow the above tips and must give enough time to their self-study as clearing a bank exam is not so easy now.

Author: Aparna Tomar

I have been writing blogs and articles related to government jobs, exam and healthcare blogs. And besides, I am also preparing for government exam UPSC for the last one year.

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