IBPS PO Preparation Tips 2014 Bank Exams

Check out these IBPS PO Preparation Tips to score good marks in the IBPS PO exam 2014. Check the official notification for detailed syllabus at ibps.in. Institute of Personnel Banking Selection (IBPS) has currently released a notification for the recruitment of Candidates as Probationary Officers and Management Trainees in various public sector banks. A large number of banking aspirants have applied to it and now all of them have been looking on how to prepare for IBPS PO exam 2014. Here we are providing some useful IBPS PO Preparation tips for the candidates which will help them to score good marks and it will also clear many of their doubts throughout IBPS PO preparation 2014. So candidates must go through the below ideas and tips and they may follow it if they find these IBPS PO Preparation tips helpful.

How To Prepare Ibps PO Exam 2014:

There will be 5 sections in the online IBPS PO exam 2014. Candidates must tackle each section with efficiency. Here is how you can score better marks in each section.


This will be a little bit difficult in IBPS PO exam and candidates need to focus more on this. Do lots of questions from sitting arrangement, machine arrangement (number code arrangement) and how to establish relationships. You may score better marks in this section. You may follow Non verbal Reasoning by R.S Agarwal.


To do this sections you should have a very good knowledge of Banking terms as passage are generally asked from economic background and you must have enriched knowledge of difficult words. Read any of the English new paper daily to improve English and difficult words level.

General awareness:

Most of the questions asked in IBPS PO from this section belong to new papers. You must read at least one newspaper or you may follow some good banking magazines which you think have the current affairs. But we recommend you read English news papers and listen to T.V news for at least one hour daily.

Computer knowledge:

Questions asked form this section is basic in nature. So you may not need to follow any book if you have a IT/Computer background. If you do not have IT background you may follow general online MCQs over internet.

Quantitative aptitude:

This section is always time consuming. So you must concentrate on short cuts and how to solve more questions in minimum time with accuracy. The standard book you may follow for the Short cuts and practice is R.S Agarwal or any similar book.

These are our observations and IBPS PO Preparation tips you may follow to secure better marks in the forthcoming IBPS PO exam. Good luck!

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