Given below is the feedback about the IBPS PO 2015 paper that we got from one of our students. We thought it will be beneficial to share it with our other students.
The IBPS PO Paper was moderate and well balanced.
RC - I left out the RC portion. But managed to get a glance of it. The passage was quite longer than that of the Mocks, so I didn't even try to read it. I think I saw a question which was inferential based.
Questions like "Which of the following statement regarding the passage is NOT TRUE" were also there.
Antonym/Synonym - These were good. Some words were
Computer Knowledge forms an important part of preparation for most if not all Banking exams. It is all the more important if you are planning to write the IBPS PO exam that is scheduled in 2015. It has been announced that IBPS PO 2015 will be conducted in two parts.
a) Preliminary Exam (Phase 1)
b) Mains Exam (Phase 2)
Computer Knowledge will be a part of the Mains Exam that is scheduled on 31st October 2015. It is an extremely easy section and a high scoring one. There will be 20 questions in the IBPS PO Mains exam that would be based on Computer Knowledge. Since the total number of
The notification of IBPS PO 2015 exam has been released. While there has been a significant change in pattern from previous years with the introduction of a prelims paper. After the prelims, there will be a mains exam. Based upon the performance in the mains, candidates will be called for an interview. Depending upon the performance in the mains exam and the interview, provisional allotment will be made. Please go through the tentative dates / schedule of events given below to understand that process better.
Important Dates for IBPS PO 2015 Exam
Registration Starts 10th July
Computer Awareness or Computer Knowledge forms an important part of the preparation for IBPS PO 2014 exam. There will be 20 questions on Computer Awareness in the exam which is scheduled in October. Since the total number of questions is 200, Computer Knowledge is a very important 10% of it. The questions which are asked on Computer Awareness are very easy and if you have a brief idea of how computers work – you can score very well in the exam. This is the precise reason why many students falter in it. More often than not the students become overconfident in computer knowledge and lose out
Free class for IBPS PO 2014 Online Exam Preparation
Time: 7 PM, Sunday (13th July)
A lot of people struggle with how to being their preparation for IBPS PO 2014 online exam. Given the fact that the exam is online and I believe it is the right time to start the preparation, I thought I will take an online class to suggest a strategy to the students. This class is completely free and you can register for it by clicking the green button below. It will ask you to share the post on Facebook / Twitter and then you will get the class link in your email. So go ahead, register.
The question of when to start preparation for IBPS PO 2014 exam boggles many students and frankly speaking - there is no right answer for it. However, what I have seen after teaching students for around a decade is this - it requires roughly 300 hours to prepare for IBPS PO properly. These 300 hours should be divided into two broad categories:
a) Learning - 200 hours
b) Practice / Testing / Improvement - 100 hours
So, keeping the above framework in mind, if you can study for 3 hours a day, you need to start slightly more than 3 months before the actual exam. Having said that, starting
The notification for IBPS PO 2014 Examination has just been released. The expected dates for the IBPS PO 2014 exam are from 11th October 2014 to 2nd November 2014. A detailed list of tentative dates is given below:
Now some of you might be wondering, when to start preparation for it. It is an exam which does not have a huge syllabus but it does have some very stiff competition. We would recommend that you start preparing for it as soon as possible. Do check out our online coaching course for IBPS PO 2014 exa
The concept of ‘divide and conquer’, derived from the Latin phrase ‘Divide et impera’, was put into use effectively by everyone from Caesar to Napoleon to The British in India. Even Gaddafi tried using the same but as current events show us – he wasn’t very effective. Dividing rather divisibility rules to be specific can come in really handy at times in solving problems based on Number Systems.
The standard rules which nearly all of us are very comfortable with are the ones for 2n and 5n. For these all that one needs to do is look at the last ‘n’ digits of the number. If the
I understand that the title might be a little misleading but at least I could not come up with something better. So before you end up getting disappointed, let me first list down the topics that I am going to cover in this particular blogpost:
Number of factors of a given number
Number of even factors or odd factors of a given number
Sum of all factors of a given number
Sum of all even factors or odd factors of a given number
We know that a number N can be written as a product of its factors as given below
N = ap x bq x cr …
Dealing with Factorials
We all know what factorials (n!) are. They look friendly and helpful but looks can be deceiving, as many quant problems have taught us. Probably it is because that Factorials are simple looking creatures, most students prefer attempting questions based on them rather than on Permutation & Combination or Probability. I will cover P&C and Probability at a later date but in today’s post I would like to discuss some fundas related to factorials, which as a matter of fact form the basis of a large number of P&C and Probability problems.