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Study Plan for Bank PO

Have you made your study plan for Bank PO exam starting from October, 16th 2016?

Not yet? There is not much time left, if you are in the serious thought of scoring well.

Hence, buck up your ideas and start working.

But, the first thing for you is to make a study plan and then study accordingly. Let us help you in making a study plan so that you can start your studies soon.

Bank PO has three-tier exam

  • 1.Prelims
  • 2.Mains
  • 3.Interview

We will help you to make an estimated time plan to study for the written exam.

Prelims will have three sections:

  • 1.English
  • 2.Reasoning
  • 3.Quantitative Aptitude

As this is just the qualifying exam for the mains the level of difficulty will not be very high.

SectionNumber of QuestionsMarks Allotted
Quantitative Aptitude3535
Total Marks100100

Exam Duration: 60 minutes

Mains will have five sections:

  • 1.English
  • 2.General Awareness
  • 3.Quantitative Aptitude
  • 4.Computer Awareness
  • 5.Reasoning
SectionNumber of QuestionsMarks Allotted
General Awareness5050
Quantitative Aptitude5050
Computer Awareness4040
Total Marks200200

Qualifying each section is essential and negative markings of 0.25 exists.

Weekly Time Allotment –

DaysDaysReasoningQuantitative AptitudeGeneral AwarenessComputer Awareness
Monday1 Hour3 Hours3 Hours1.5 hours1.5 Hours
Tuesday1 Hour3 Hours3 Hours1.5 hours1.5 Hours
Wednesday1 Hour3 Hours3 Hours1.5 hours1.5 Hours
Thrusday1 Hour3 Hours3 Hours1.5 hours1.5 Hours
Friday1 Hour3 Hours3 Hours1.5 hours1.5 Hours
Saturday1 Hour3 Hours3 Hours1.5 hours1.5 Hours
Sunday1 Hour3 Hours3 Hours1.5 hours1.5 Hours

You can vary in the timing given here but make sure you are studying 9 – 10 hours daily. Practice, studying hard and mock test are the three things which will bring the success of cracking your Bank PO written exam.

Study hard and score well and have a bright career in Bank PO. The team of wishes you all the luck for the exam.

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