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How to Prepare for English Section of IBPS PO and Clerk

How to Prepare for English Section of IBPS PO and Clerk

In this post we are going to tell you about how to prepare in the best possible manner for English section of IBPS Bank PO and Clerk Exam. You all know that there are various banking exams being conducted during the year. The difficulty level of these examinations is getting tougher in comparison to past years. So, it becomes necessary to be well prepared for each section separately.

Mostly students focused on either quantitative aptitude or Reasoning section and forget about English section which is equally important section of IBPS Exams.

As English Language section is one of the most important part of Banking Common Written examinations, this section checks candidate knowledge and understanding about English language. You all will be able to crack the banking exams very easily if you have good command over English language section but most of the candidates are unable to crack bank exams because they do not practice well of English section and unable to qualify sectional cutoff of English Paper.

Here, for the benefit of aspirants we are providing some tips for their best preparation of English Language section:

Broadly there are 5 things you need to cover for the English section of Bank exams.

Comprehension passages
Vocabulary
Grammar
Cloze test
Sentence Rearrangement

For understanding of these topics there are some short tricks and tips to score high in English section:

Clear your Basics – If you need to score well in English section, the first thing you have to do is brush up your basics of English language from your school grammar books of 10th and 12th level.
Start loving the language – English is a language that if you can love it and have passion towards learning it, it would embrace you back too. You must feel good while reading and writing English and you should make it a habit to be in touch of English language. You should also take note of any new word or text you notice.
Read Newspapers and Magazines – Newspapers are very important and for that you can buy the newspaper and magazine or read it online from website as most of the comprehension part will be come from newspapers and reading newspaper will also help to learn new words and develop reading habit.
Read books for good preparation – As you know Books are your best teachers. So, try to find out best book and read and learn as many topics as you can from those books and try to solve Comprehension questions as reading is must for these questions
Improve your vocabulary – Vocabulary is something that can never be ignored and the best way to improve your vocabulary quickly by learning a list of words and you should know that vocabulary cannot be improved in 2 or 3 weeks as it is a continuous process.
Use a Dictionary – Use a dictionary while reading a newspaper or magazine and try to find out meaning of difficult words and learn them as it will be helpful to you in case of antonyms and synonyms.

Practice sample papers – As far as possible try to solve as many sample papers, previous papers and other question papers related to bank exams and the reason is quite obvious that English need practice and practice makes a man perfect.

These all tips will help you to get success and crack the English section very easily but you have to follow them.

Here are some of the tips which should be followed by candidates during exam time:

Manage Time accordingly as there is very less timing for banking exams
Attempt as many as question as you can in which you are sure but remember there is negative marking, so take care of that aspect.
Attempt English section in the beginning.
Try to attempt Grammar section first as it will be comparatively easy to solve.

So, it was all about preparing your best for English Language Section.
“DO WELL AND ACHIEVE YOUR GOAL”


We hope that you must have a good idea now on How to prepare for English Section of IBPS PO and Clerk Exams.
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