Know your Exam Pattern: Check the complete and detailed exam pattern and syllabus before planning out other things. This will help you know what exactly you have to deal with. Check section-wise timing and allotment to manage your time during the examination.
Make a Timetable: Having a timetable of each and everything helps you organize and execute things and plan well. Make a time table to keep a track of your study-related activities. Prepare a list of difficult topics and divide time accordingly to those topics. Overall time table should include all the must-do and scoring topics with their time allotments and a certain period for revision.
Study and revise Enough: Never wait for the last moment. Give yourself and your studies enough time to learn, revise and test. Be ahead of every student. Make proper utilization of your time and improve your weak points.
Improve your weak points: Every student is different so their weak areas and capabilities are. Always analyze your weaker areas to work on and allot yourself enough time to improvise on them. This will help you polish your knowledge and you will be able to recall things more easily in the examination hall.
Practice Previous Year Papers: We all know IBPS often repeat questions after a certain period of time. It is important for each student to revise from the previous year papers to know the difficulty level of the exam, types of questions asked, changes introduced in the last few years and expected topics to focus on.
Take Mock Test: Regular practice with the mock test helps you know where you stand among a number of aspirants. This will help you test your speed, accuracy and time management. Taking an online test to prepare for the exam is the best way to revise and improvise.
Time Management: Bound yourself with strict timelines to complete the topics and tests within the given deadline. This will help you bound the time limit for each section. Do not forget to target sectional and overall cut off. Be very sure while marking any answer as this will either increase your chances of selection or will ruin your chance.
Regular revision and practice is the key: One of the best techniques during preparation is to keep memorizing and revising the patterns, methods, formulae, and other tricks that you have already finished. Lack of revision often tends to forget and recall important methods, and tricks. So keep in touch with the concepts and methods regularly.