Avoid preparing new topics on the final days before the exam.
Instead, focus on practising what you have learnt till date, suggests banking test educator Arun Singh Rawat.
Every year, the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection conducts the IBPS SO Exam to recruit specialist officers (SOs) for various positions in public sector banks in India.
It is considered to be one of the most prestigious banking examinations in the country.
Those who clear the IBPS SO 2020-2021 exam can apply for the approximately 647 professional officer vacancies that are available. These positions require talented and specialised officers, who excel in their respective fields.
Applicants selected by the IBPS SO 2020 examination can be posted anywhere in India.
The IBPS SO examination has a three-phase selection process (prelims, main and interview).
In the final interview process, applicants will be considered for posts like agriculture field officer, marketing officer (scale I), HR/personnel officer (scale I), IT officer (scale I), law officer (scale I) and rajbhasha adhikari (Scale I).
The main exam is scheduled for Sunday, January 24.
With little over a day in hand, this is the right time to put all your efforts into smartly executing your revision plans.
Here are some tips to help you stay calm and crack the exam:
In order to prepare the final merit list of selected students, a composite score from the preliminary test, main exam and the interview process is considered.
The merit list shall be drawn up in the descending order of the marks.
Arun Singh Rawat is an educator at the Bengaluru-based edtech firm Unacademy, which prepares students for competitive exams like CAT, UPSC, JEE and bank exams.