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What is a banking exam?

Banking exams are the procedure to select banking professionals for different job posts like PO, SO, manager, Clerks, and many more. Many banks conduct their own exams and there are some common competitive exams as well. The exams are conducted in different phases to join prestigious banks.

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How To Prepare?

  •    Select the specific job post you want to get
  •   Understand the whole syllabus of pre and main exams
  •   Starts preparing for preliminary exams
  •   Take help from career aim to get the best exam strategies
  •   After completing the preliminary exam, start preparing for the main
  •   Practicing mock test and revision is very important

Know About Banking Exams

Preliminary Exams

The preliminary exam is the first phase of the competitive exam and only a few applicants are selected in this exam. The selected candidate then appears for the second phase of the exam, which is the main.

Medium of exam English
Frequency of Conduct Depends on the recruitment notification
Syllabus Though it varies based on the bank, but mostly the exam is mostly based on General Awareness, Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, and English
Mode of exam Online computer-based exam (MCQ)
Exam duration 1 to 1.5 hour
Eligibility The applicants must be Indian citizens and the applicant must complete a graduation degree in any discipline from any recognised university.

Mains Exams

The main exam is the second phase of the selection and this is the final exam. Though some banks conduct interviews after mains, others select the candidate based on the mains exam score.

Medium of exam English
Frequency of Conduct Depends on the recruitment notification
Syllabus Though it varies based on the bank, but mostly the exam is mostly based on quantitative aptitude, reasoning and computer aptitude, English language, general awareness.
Mode of exam Online computer-based exam (MCQ) and a descriptive paper
CExam duration 3 to 3.5 hour
Eligibility The applicants must be Indian citizens and the applicant must complete a graduation degree in any discipline from any recognised university. The applicants also need to complete the preliminary phase of that same exam.

How To Prepare For An Banking Entrance Exam?

  • Select the specific exam you want to appear.
  • Download the whole syllabus to get an idea.
  • Take admission to a coaching institute or do self-study.
  • Collect resources such as books, study material, video lectures, etc.
  • Prepare a strategy and read each topic thoroughly and smartly.
  • Practice mock test as much as possible.
  • Revision is very important.

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  Classes for preliminaries and mains

Banking aspirants need to prepare for two exams together, preliminary and mains. As the time difference between these two exams is less, the student should prepare for them together. Both the online and offline classes are designed considering the fact the student can get good scores in both exams.

  Weekly and monthly tests

Weekly and monthly tests are arranged based on the syllabus of the exams and the topics covered in the last week or month. The test results are an effective tool to analyze each student's performance and help find an effective way to improve each student's performance through proper guidance.

  Doubt clearing class whenever needed

If any students have doubts about any topic related to the course, the mentors always ensure that no students are left behind and address the doubt as soon as possible. Based on the requirements of the students, the doubt-clearing classes are arranged monthly or weekly basis so that each student performs their best.

  Revision of important topic

Special classes are arranged to complete the revision, and the mentors teach the students how to revise with proper strategies so that students can remember each important topic they learned. Proper revision helps the student to remember each topic in detail and perform better in both preliminary and main examinations.

  Mock test and answer discussion

The mock test is the final addition, which is arranged to ensure that each student is utilizing the knowledge gained in the last few months or years. Due to the unlimited mock test practice students become aware of the question pattern and develop time management skills to answer the question within a limited time.