The last and final phase of IBPS recruitment exams is the interview section. Many aspirants consider it as a big hurdle. This is because they lack the necessary knowledge on preparing well for the interview.
Since every candidate has to pass
After having prepared hard for months, things may turn awry when you start panicking on the day of the exam as your mind suddenly blanks out. The biggest fear every candidate faces is forgetting everything he or she has learnt painstakingly.
With IBPS PO 2016 exams just a few weeks away aspiring candidates will be in a frenzy preparing for the big day. With lakhs of candidates vying for some of the most wanted posts in public sector banks, knowing how to prepare thoroughly for the
Every year the number of candidates appearing for the preliminary IBPS PO exams is increasing. In 2016, more than 2 crores are expected to sit for the exams. Preliminary or Phase I exams have been scheduled to be held in October 2016.
Jobs in public and private sector banks have taken on a new sheen thanks to the waning jobs in the IT sector. Many college freshers now look to land jobs that offer better security. Banks owned by the government offer good salary, benefits, and
Time is the key to ace your bank exams. Whether it is the preparation part or the actual exams, you need to know how to manage your time. The most frequently asked question by candidates is how much time they require to prepare for the various
The reasoning section is an important part of bank exams. The questions are created to test specific skills possessed by a candidate that are required for the job such as decision making, analytic skills, accuracy, etc. Candidates find these
Given the nature of the questions asked in the General awareness segment of bank exams, many aspirants underestimate the amount of preparation needed. Granted that you need not have a high IQ to ace this section, one thing which makes a big