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IBPS Clerk Exam 2013 [latest Topics ,Pattern, notes & Books]

Written By Winston Bensford on Saturday, November 24, 2012 | 5:32 PM

It is time to prepare for IBPS clerk common exam which is expected to start in the month of November 2013.
Institute of Banking Personnel Selection will close registrations for 3rd clerical common exam on November 30 giving ample time for applicants to get ready for the day.This CWE gains importance with some major changes such as online test & common interviews being introduced by IBPS.

IBPS Clerk Exam 2013 Pattern

As said earlier, the mode of examination will be online – you need not shade circles in OMR sheets but would have click the correct answer for question displayed on computer screen.

Private Banks have already employed online tests for their recruitments & going by that, candidates should have options to move back & forth and complete questions left unanswered before final submission.
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200 for 200
The structure of question paper is same; have to attend 200 objective type questions in
5 sections for a total of 200 marks within 2 hours (120 minutes)

While each correct option fetches one mark, 0.25 shall be reduced for every wrong answer.There is no penalty if you choose to leave a question.

To minimize the effect of negative marks on your total score, take calculated risks (see how to minimise negative marks for more tips)

Important Topics
preparing for ibps clerk exam 2012,questions to prepare for ibps clerk exam,ibps clerk exam books,buy ibps clerk examination booksWhat to prepare for IBPS clerical common exam? is one of the frequently asked query by applicants who are new for banking examinations. Unlike few other competition tests, IBPS does not provide syllabus for their PO or clerk CWE.

Hence we are listing some topics from which most no. of questions were asked in previous years

General awareness: Have good knowledge about the recent happenings in India & neighboring countries.Be very thorough in banking terms
Ministers & portfolios
Top news in business, sports, culture & entertainment
Prominent committees & their heads
A G.K book for facts & reading newspapers everyday or alternate days will suffice.

Computer knowledge: Answering this part won’t be tough as many are well versed in computer operations & questions would be only of basic level such as
Computer parts & their functions
Basic internet & email controls
MS Office package (word, excel, powerpoint etc)
Popular software names & their uses
Since ms-office software is widely used in banks, checkout its features by working on it if possible.

Reasoning & Numerical ability: It would be better if you allot good amount of time in preparing for these 2 sections. The topics to cover shall include,
Coding & decoding
Venn diagrams
Number series
Work, Time, Speed & distance problems
Profit & loss, Ratios, Simple interest etc.,
Try practicing with as many problems possible for you to get acquainted with types, formulas & shortcuts.

Though common interviews shall be conducted for all qualifiers your CWE scores will carry maximum weightage in final selection (read how common interviews might affect you)

So accuracy & arriving at the correct answer in shortest time is the key to score good marks in IBPS common bank exams.
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