To clear the PO entrance exams aspirants are advised to follow a planned preparation, a review of previous question papers and to master the art of answering Multiple Choice Questions. Candidates must go through the syllabus of NCERT/CBSE up to tenth level to have a good understanding about the topics. Time managment is the most important factor to the exam.
Bank P.O. exam consist of Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, General Awareness, Computer Knowledge, English Language, Banking Awareness and Marketing Aptitude. As the exam is objective type, the skills required are speed and accuracy. For Maths and Data Interpretations candidates are advised to do regular practice with short cut method. Good command of English especially in grammar, comprehension, spotting errors, synonyms, antonyms etc are essentially required.
The candidate must update himself on events of national and international importance and posses ample information about state, nation and word at large. Although there is no substitute for hard work and widely said that self education is the best education, a coaching institute with example experience and proven track record can help the candidates to identify their weak areas, make them practice regularly, consistently monitor their progress and help in clearing doubts whenever they get stuck. The study material coaching centres provide would save a lot of time for preparation.