Do You want to Crack SBI PO 2020, Get to Know Tips, Strategy and Dos & Don'ts during Preparation

Are you a banking aspirant and wants to crack India’s one of the top bank exams SBI PO 2020? If yes! Then you are at right place!
 
Hi Aspirants!
 
In this article we will discuss tips and strategies to crack SBI PO 2020.

About SBI PO 2020 exam

SBI conducts examination for the recruitment of Probationary Officers each year. The exam is held in three phases namely Preliminary (Pre), Mains, and then Group Discussion followed by an interview, all within a period of three to four months.
 
Each year in the month of April-May the SBI releases the notification for the examination. This year, due to lock down, the notification maybe delayed for a few weeks.
Anyway, whenever the notification will come, you will have a time of 2-3 months to prepare for the Preliminary exam and one more month to prepare for the Mains exam.
Aspirants who qualify in the Pre exam are called for the Mains, and those who qualify the Mains are called for the GD/Interview for final selection.
 
All the three phases require well planned and dedicated efforts to qualify. In the article we discuss the strategies and important information for Pre and Mains, which are biggest hurdles.
 
If you are not familiar with the pattern of the examination, read more here:  

How to prepare for SBI PO Pre 2020?

If you are not familiar with the syllabus and the level of examination that comes in the pre, means if you have never appeared for this exam, first acknowledge yourself with it through the free mock test provided here:

 
Take Free Mock Test for SBI PO 2020
 
 
Give your time and analyse how much prepared are you.
 
Most of the aspirants who have been preparing for a while know well about the kind of situation they will face. The information provided here will help all kinds of aspirants.

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Dos and Don’ts for the SBI PO Pre 2020

Dos

1. Analyse the syllabus: Solve 3 – 4 mocks of the pre and select what is at you are weak and strong. Make a list of the two. 

2. Make a time table. Allot more time to your weak areas and less time to strong areas. You can give 60-80% time on weak areas for a few weeks until you become relatively strong in it.

3. Features of the time table:
 
4. Study Notes: The syllabus for pre is quite easy and most people just study, give exam and then forget. But we will recommend you to make chapter/topic wise notes of what you study. This will help you prepare for the Mains exam also.
 
5. Revision: Study notes are also beneficial for the revision. Revision is a key to score better than others. Most aspirants don’t give time to revisions but a good revisions during the preparations make you feel confident during exams.
 
6. Mock Tests: When you are working well on the above described things, you need a good mock test then.
    
Quality of a good mock test:
 
Start with solving one mock a day for a few days. Analyse your progress. Identify your weak areas. Then start solving 2-3 mocks a day. A good quality mock test will give you a good progress soon.

Don’ts


(Don’t forget to take a 5-10 minute walk and a glass of water after each 50 minute study/practice)

Dos and Don’ts for the SBI PO Mains 2020

One thing keep in mind that you should start preparing for Mains as soon you complete the syllabus for the pre. You will not have enough time after the pre examination. Though we write the strategies for Mains after pre, but you have to follow it along with the preparations for pre.

The Mains exam will have two more subjects namely General/Banking Awareness and Essay/Letter Writing. Preparation for the Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and English you will have to do along with the preparations for pre because the three subjects are common. But the level of the three in Mains is high. So, as soon you start getting good ranks in Pre Mocks, start solving Mains level Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning, and English.

Dos

Don’ts

 
 
That’s it!
 
Keep the above points in mind to make your studies consistent and on the right track. Study smartly and add as much discipline as you can, and that is how Smartkeeda always guides you. All the tips above will make your attitude and behaviour fit for the exam. Always remember:
 
            "We don't have to be smarter than the rest; we have to be more disciplined than the rest."  --- Warren Buffett.
 
 
Best of Luck for the SBI PO 2020.
 
 
Regards,
Team Smartkeeda