Are you a bank exam aspirant? Are you going to appear for SBI PO preliminary exams in 2017? If yes is your answer, do you prepare well for your exams? Most of us will be replied to this question with a big NO. Isn’t it? Don’t worry, in this post our team at one of the top bank coaching center in Chennai aim to provide the best study plan to start practice for the exams.
Either you may get trained from a top Bank coaching center in Chennai, or you may also prepare yourself for the exams. But it doesn’t matter. All you need to do is first concentrate on the Quantitative Aptitude section since you can score more marks in this section.
In this post, I am going to explain you the study plan and the top scoring chapters in Quantitative Aptitude to help you score the maximum marks in the SBI PO Preliminary exams. Let us discuss it in detail…
Top Scoring Chapters:
You can easily score a minimum of 5 to 6 points from the below-listed chapters, and these are also easy enough when compared to any other chapters of Quantitative Aptitude.
- Ratio & Proportion
- Profit & Loss
The exams are almost nearing and only three months left for the exams. I am sure you might have some basic knowledge of these chapters and also you may start to practice the essential topics like the average, percentage, and much more. The above-said chapters rely on the standard formulae to solve the questions, or it might also need your conceptual understanding.
Hence, you can also practice these sections while traveling using some mobile apps as well. Or you can also get trained from some of the best institutes for bank exams and TNPSC Group 2 Coaching in Chennai or Bangalore. At first, you must concentrate on the Data Interpretation topics. This may also include the chapters like the Ratios, Percentage, and Average. However, I advise you to start learning these chapters along with the main chapters.
Always take extra time to practice for the chapters with which you repeatedly encounter issues while trying to solve it. Unfortunately, you have to solve n number of questions to get it right. You may probably know that accuracy and speed are the two most important factors in Quant and it will eventually improve with continuous practice.
This is the most important chapter, and it should be practiced on a daily basis. Be sure to practice one set of questions each on Pie Charts, Tables, Bar Graphs, Line Graphs and also on some different Data Interpretation questions which involve some word problems as well. In the SBI PO preliminary exams, you may expect either 1 or 2 sets of questions on DI. This becomes very easy since it just needs minor calculation.
Note: Throw in a few sets of Triangular Charts, Missing Data type DI, etc. as it could be asked in the exams.