I am a 2015 passed out B.Tech student and didn’t know what to do after B.Tech. I am from IT branch.
So only way is to select software field, But I wasn’t interested in it. Then according to my skills I choose banking sector.
Joined a coaching center but was not satisfy with their teaching. After a month left the coaching center and started preparing on my own.
1) Quant I used to watch Dinesh Miglani videos on YouTube...which helped a lot....for the people who feel quant difficult just give it a try and also MK TYRA QUICKER MATHS Book...
2) REASONING - got Time coaching center materials ...their standard is high and highly recommendable for PO Exam...
3)ENGLISH - it is the only section which needs a lot of time to secure good marks...I used to watch a lot of Hollywood movies from my childhood. And I enjoy English commentary...and love reading novels...unknowingly I became strong in English....my marks in English section are....RBI Assistants 31 UIICL 31 RRB PO 25 RRB Clerks 32 IBPS PO Prelims 22.5 attempted 25 IBPS PO mains #) marks and IBPS Clerks mains 27 and prelims 26 marks. So English was my strongest section and I am a B.Tech IT student so I used to score good in computers also...
JUST ATTEMPT DAILY Quizzes provided by GradeStack. The time limit quizzes are only posted by GRADESTACK and no other sites post quizzes with time limit, so you can feel as you are writing online exam for real...and also helps in improving your speed...
Then comes the important section GENERAL AWARENESS...Thanks to GradeStack and NEERAJ SIR..I got good marks in this section....and also a great respect and appreciation to GradeStack team for the way they helped us for all the Exams. The materials and the notes they provided are awesome....Especially for the INTERVIEW....
I have failed in RBI assistants 131 marks (my first bank Exam)
UIICL (172 marks) and OICL
RRB PO 102 marks
RRB Clerks 117
And finally in my first attempt got 90.25 in IBPS PO and total of 47.30
In IBPS CLERKS got 147
Finally selected as PO in Vijaya bank and CLERK in ANDHRA BANK (1st preference)
I achieved it with not much struggle; it’s all about planning and confidence that you can achieve it. If I can crack it in my first attempt, you can also.
Thanks GradeStack and GradeUp and most important NEERAJ Sir.