RBI Office Attendant Preparation Tips

Reserve Bank of India Office attendant exams are conducted for the post of attendant in its various offices across the country. Aspiring candidates should take an online exam for which the preparation tips are as below.

First, one should understand the exam pattern before laying down a strategy for the preparation. The exam consists of four subjects namely reasoning, numerical ability, general awareness and general English. Each paper should be answered for 30 marks and all four papers must be completed in 90 minutes. The questions will be objective type with multiple choices.

RBI Office Attendant 2017 Exam Pattern

S.No Subjects No of Questions Marks Duration
1. Reasoning 30 30   90 Minutes
2. Numerical Ability 30 30
3. General Awareness 30 30
4. General English 30 30
Total 120 120
  • It’s an Online Objective Type Test.
  • The Test conducting to test the general abilities of Applied candidates.
  • Total time duration is One and Half Hour i.e., 90 Minutes.
  • Total marks are 120.
  • Each section consists of 30 Objective Type Question and
  • Every question carries One Mark and 0.25 Marks for the Wrong Answer.

Preparation tips:

infograph RBI Asst

1. It is important to take as many mock tests as you can during the preparation. It will make you avoid guessing answers. You will also gain confidence in giving the perfect answer

2. Remember there will be negative marking. Hence, you should answer correctly

3. Check out the online quizzes and answer them to get more confidence. It will enhance your knowledge and cover as many questions as you can every day.

4. Make it a regular habit to read newspapers and magazines so that you get good hold on English language. You can answer vocabulary questions with ease by doing so.

5. Check out the recommended books for preparation and use limited number of them so that you don’t burden too much. Reading too many books from various authors may confuse you. Hence choose the recommended ones by toppers.

6. Download the previous year RBI Office attendant question papers PDF from the internet and practice them.

7. You can also download the mock quizzes and practice

8. When the date of exam is nearing, you should revise all that you have studied and take online RBI Office Attendant mock tests.

9. When you are done with the syllabus, understand the cut off of previous year and plan to write accordingly. This will help you score the required cut off so that you can clear the examination for the required posting

10. In your entire preparation strategy, allot time for each subject separately so that you divide the time accordingly in the actual examination also.

Recommended Books for RBI Exam Preparation Subject wise

  • General English:
    • Objective General English, Book by R.S. Aggarwal 
    • Objective General English, Book by S.P. Bakshi.
  • Aptitude:
    • Quantitative Aptitude, Book by R.S. Aggarwal
    • Fast Track Objective Arithmetic by Arihant

  • Reasoning:
    • A Modern Approach to Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning, Book by R.S. Aggarwal.
    • Analytical reasoning by M K Pandey
    • A New Approach to Reasoning Verbal & Non-Verbal, Book by B.S. Sijwalii and Indu Sijwali.
  • General Awareness:
    • General Knowledge 2018, Book by Manohar Pandey.
    • Lucent’s General Knowledge, Book by Vinay Karna.

With the above tips, one should be able to confidently take up the RBI office attendant examination.


IBPS Clerk Study Plan 2017 for Prelims exam

IBPS Clerk Study Plan 2017 for Prelims exam – Get useful prepartion tips, tricks and study plan &  resources for IBPS Clerk exam preparation.

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts the IBPS Clerk Exam in two phases- Preliminary and Mains. The Preliminary exam will be conducted on 2nd, 3rd, 9th and 10th December 2017 and the Mains exam on January 21, 2018. As you are left with exactly one month, here is a Study Plan to cover and revise the whole syllabus and to crack IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam with high scores.

IBPS clerk Preliminary 2017 Exam Pattern

Aspirants should first go through the exam pattern and should have complete knowledge of the syllabus of the IBPS Clerk 2017 exam. Preliminary Exam consists of 3 sections- English Language, Numerical Ability and Reasoning Ability. There are total 100 questions in the Preliminary Exam which includes 35 questions from Numerical Ability, 30 questions from English Language and 35 questions from Reasoning Ability. Total duration of the exam is 1 hour and there will be negative marking of 0.25 for every wrong answer. Only those candidates who qualify in the Preliminary exam will be considered eligible for the Mains Exam.


Subject No. of Questions Maximum Marks Duration
English Language 30 30  

1 hr



Numerical Ability 35 35
Reasoning Ability 35 35
Total 100 100


Important Topics for IBPS Clerk Preliminary Exam 2017

  • English Language- English Language section consists of 30 questions with each question carrying one mark each. This section is the highest scoring section of IBPS Clerk Exam. This section can be divided into four parts: Reading Comprehension, Grammar, Vocabulary and Verbal Ability. Go through the following important topics- Reading Comprehension, Cloze test, Odd one out, Spotting errors, Para jumbles, Para completion and summary. First, attempt topics like Reading Comprehension, antonyms, synonyms, Fill in the blanks, Spellings, as they are easier than other problems and are less time consuming.


  • Quantitative Aptitude- This section consists of 35 questions with each question carrying one mark each. Best way to score well in quantitative aptitude section is by regular practice. Focus on attempting the maximum number of questions keeping in mind speed and accuracy. Go through the following important topics of this section- Simplification/Approximation, Number series, Quadratic equation, Data Interpretation, Data Sufficiency, Percentage, Ratios & Proportions, Profit & Loss, Partnerships, Problems on Ages, SI and CI, Problems on trains, boats Probability etc.


  • Reasoning Ability-This section will consist of 35 questions with each question carrying one mark each. This section is tricky, so to crack this section, candidate should master the concepts. Important topics include Syllogism, Inequality, Puzzles/Seating Arrangement, Blood relations, Direction sense.


Important Topics for IBPS Clerk 2017 Prelims Exam

Reasoning Ability Numerical Ability English Language
Inequality Simplification & Approximation Fill in the blanks
Seating Arrangement (Linear) Ratios, Averages, Percentages, Profit & Loss Grammar Rules
Alphanumeric Series Number Series Cloze Test
Seating Arrangement (Circular & Square) Data Interpretation (Tabular, Pie) Reading Comprehension
Syllogism Quadratic Equations Spotting Errors
Puzzles Data Interpretation (Line, Bar graph) Para Jumbles
Coding- Decoding Time & Work, Mixtures, Partnerships, Sentence Improvement
Blood Relations & Directions Simple & Compound Interest Spelling Error based questions
Order and Ranking & Alphabet Test Age based problems, Time, Speed & Distance Revision of previous topics
Input – Output Probability & Mensuration Revision of previous


Practice with IBPS Clerk Mock Test Series


If you want to score high in IBPS Clerk Exam, then focus more on important topics mentioned above. Also, don’t forget to attempt the online IBPS Clerk Mock Test to get an idea of the exam pattern, type of questions asked and also to identify your level of preparation Try to attempt two mock tests every day and analyse them to understand your mistakes. It is also important to evaluate your performance after attempting mock test. You can also solve IBPS Clerk Question Paper of previous years to get an idea of the exam pattern and type of questions asked.

Make sure you get enough sleep and rest between your preparations and do not overload yourself with too much information just before the exam. During the examination, stay calm and attempt the questions which you are confident first.

All the Best for the Exam!


How do I Clear Sectional and Overall Cut-off for IBPS PO 2017

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) will be conducting its 7th edition of CWE PO/ MT exam in the months of October and November. This exam is conducted for the assessment and recruitment of Eligible candidates for Probationary officers and Management Trainee posts in many notable banks. The IBPS PO 2017 is carried in three stages:

  • Preliminary exam
  • Main exam
  • Interview

The selection of the Candidate is based on the aggregate marks secured in the Mains exam and the Interview. The preliminary exam is only for the purpose of qualifying to be eligible to appear in the Mains exam of the IBPS PO Exam. A weightage ratio of 80:20 is considered for the final recruitment process i.e. 80% of the marks obtained in the Main Exam is taken and 20% of the marks secured in the Interview.


Tips for clearing IBPS PO 2017 Sectional & Overall cutoffs in Prelims & Mains:

Scoring the minimum sectional as well as overall cutoffs for both IBPS PO Prelims & Mains is not easy task. It requires a lot of patience, hard-work & dedication to do so. You will need to prepare efficiently for all sections to score overall as well as sectional cutoffs.

  1. Start your preparation by having a deep understanding of the IBPS PO exam pattern & syllabus. Let us take a look at the latest pattern of the exam.

IBPS PO Exam pattern for Prelims 2017

There is no change in the Prelims exam pattern and will be based on similar lines as that of previous years pattern.

SL No. Name of test Number of Questions Maximum Marks Duration
1. English Language 30 30 60 minutes
2. Quantitative Aptitude 35 35
3. Reasoning Ability 35 35
Total 100 100

Practice here IBPS PO test series according to the new exam pattern to give you a feel.

IBPS PO Exam pattern for Mains 2017

Some significant changes have been made in the Mains exam pattern this year which are as follows:

  • Computer awareness section has been removed and its place Computer Aptitude section has been added together with Reasoning Ability section.
  • Quantitative Aptitude section will now be called Data Interpretation & Analysis.
  • The total no. of questions in the exam has been reduced to 155 from 200 last year similar to SBI exam.
  • The overall time of the objective exam has been increased to 180 minutes from 140mins last year.
SL No. Name of Test Number of Questions Maximum Marks Time allotted for each section
1. Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude 45 60 60 minutes
2. English Language 35 40 40 minutes
3. Data Interpretation & Analysis 35 60 45 minutes
4. General/ Economy/ Banking Awareness 40 40 35 minutes
Total 155 200 3 hours
Descriptive Test (English Language): Letter & Essay Writing) 2 25 30 minutes
  1. Calculate an expected cutoff and set a target

There are various factors which will determine the cutoff marks for the exam.

  • of Candidates who will be appearing for the 2017 Exam.
  • of vacancies available
  • Difficulty level of exam
  • Previous year’s cutoff and recruitment statistics
  • Performance of the candidates in the exams

Expected IBPS PO 2017 Prelims Cut Off

English language Reasoning Ability Quantitative Aptitude Total
8-11 10-13 11-13 50+


Expected IBPS PO 2017 Mains Cut Off

English language Reasoning Ability& Computer Aptitude Data Interpretation & Analysis General Awareness Total
7-9 8-13 9-12 13-15 55+



IBPS PO Prelims 2017- Section wise tips

Tips for English Language:

English section carries 30 marks and 40 marks for the Preliminary and Main Paper      ,           respectively. People who feel that this section is their weak area need to start from the    very basics right from the proper structure of sentences, basic grammar, tenses. You can read newspapers daily, study school level English for passage comprehension, story reading etc. to boost your preparation for this section. Take the help of a dictionary and learn 3-4 new words every day. Every time any word comes to your mind, note it down, figure out its meaning and also try framing sentences with it.


Tips for Data Interpretation & Analysis:

This is the section that has been added in place of Quantitative Aptitude section. So you can expect most of the questions from here. Some important topics to focus on this area are:

Data Interpretation will be asked on:Tabular graph, Line GraphPie ChartBar Graph ,Mix of any two type of DI (mentioned till now), Radar Graph Case let, Missing Case DI ,Let it Case DI


Tips for Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude

For this section you can focus on these topics:

  • Verbal Reasoning
  • Computer Aptitude
  • Coding Decoding
  • Coded Inequalities
  • Syllogisms
  • Machine Input Output
  • Data Sufficiency
  • Blood Relations
  • Direction & Distance
  • Linear Seating Arrangement
  • Circular Seating Arrangement
  • Grouping & Scheduling
  • Double Lineup
  • Ordering & Ranking
  • Analytical Decision Making



Tips for General Awareness

For General Awareness section, you need to keep your eyes and ears open for daily updates on latest happenings in India and around the world. Pay special attention to financial, economic and banking sector. Also, you need to be well aware of the current affairs of at least the past 6 months.

Practice is the success key for excelling in any exam. To clear IBPS PO cutoff marks also, all you need to do is practice and some practice. Apart from sincere practice, you can also prepare for the exam by solving previous years IBPS PO Question paper and also sample/ model IBPS PO question papers based on the exam pattern. Practicing with IBPS PO mock test are also one of the best known ways for effective exam preparation.


Important Topics for IBPS PO Prelims 2017

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) Probationary Officer exam will be conducted in two phases – Preliminary and Mains. IBPS PO Prelims Exam will be conducted on 7th, 8th, 14th & 15th October 2017 and the IBPS PO Mains exam will be conducted on 26th November 2017.The two objective tests will be followed by an interview. Online application for IBPS PO 2017 started on 16th August 2017 and the closing date for applications are 5th September 2017. The objective of the exam is to fill in around 3562 vacancies for the post of Probationary Officers at 20 participating banks.

IBPS PO Prelim Exam 2017 Pattern

IBPS PO preliminary examination 2017 is an objective type test conducted online for a duration of 1 hour. There are total 100 questions and maximum score of 100 marks. Applicants who qualify the prelims exam will be eligible for the main exam. Paper will be available in Hindi as well as in English. There is negative marking of 0.25 marks for every wrong answer and each section has an individual cut-off. It is necessary to clear the cut-off in all the 3 sections to qualify for the IBPS PO Main exam. The syllabus for IBPS PO 2017 Preliminary Exam is different from the IBPS PO 2017 Mains Exam.There will be three sections in IBPS PO Preliminary Exam 2017- English Language, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability.

Sr.No Name of the Test No. of Qs Maximum Marks
1 English language 30 30
2 Quantitative Aptitude 35 35
3 Reasoning Ability 35 35
Total 100 100

Practice with IBPS PO Online test series to improve your speed and accuracy.

Here is a list of all important topics to prepare for IBPS PO Preliminary Exam 2017

Quantitative Aptitude Section

A total of 35 questions will be asked in Quantitative Aptitudesection and the total weightage would be 35 marks out of the total 100. Focus and practice the following topics.

  1. Simplification: Approximation, Long multiplications, Square cubes/roots & Cube roots, BODMAS Rule, Decimals, Fractions, Surds & Indices, Percentages etc. Practice IBPS PO Mock Test papers for improving accuracy and speed.The mock tests will also help in analyzing strengths and weaknesses.
  2. Quadratic Equations: Solve as many questions as possible and learn to find the roots in less time.
  3. Percentages: Percentage change/ increase and decrease.Calculation-oriented basic percentage.
  4. Data Interpretation: Line Graphs, Bar Graphs, Pie Charts, Tables.
  5. Data Sufficiency: Number System, Averages, Percentages, Ratio & Proportion, Profit & Loss, Simple & Compound Interest, Time Speed & Distance, Time & Work, Problems on Age, Mensuration, Mixtures &Alligations, Time and Work
  6. Permutation and Combination: Arrangements, Ranking
  7. Probability: Balls, Deck of cards, Dice. Solve the problems on events, differentiate favourable and unfavourable events.
  8. Interest: Simple Interest, Compound Interest, Mixed Interest, Installments
  9. Miscellaneous topics: Ratios & Proportions, Profit & Loss, Partnerships, Problems on ages, Linear Equation, Number series, Combination of Operations,

Reasoning Ability Section

There will be 35 questions in the Reasoning Ability Section with a total of 35 marks.
Try to focus more on the below-mentioned topics.

  1. Data Arrangements: Linear Arrangements, Circular Arrangements, Tabular column.
  2. Inequalities: Rules and Concepts.
  3. Blood Relations: Family tree/Relationship representation.
  4. Puzzles: Arrangements, North South arrangements, Logical reasoning, Critical thinking.
  5. Direction sense: Drawing and analyzing directions
  6. Coding & Decoding: Coding by Letter Shifting, Coding by Analogy, Coding in Fictitious Language, Coding Letters of a Word.
  7. Miscellaneous topics: Double Lineup, Scheduling, Classification,  Series

English Language Section

IBPS PO English Section for the prelims exam will comprise of 30 questions and they carry a total marks of 30. Following topics are important for this section.

  1. Reading Comprehension: Topics related to Banking & Economy, Business, Social Issues etc.
  2. Grammar: Tenses, Articles, Prepositions, Subject Verb Agreement, Parallelism, Degrees of Comparison, Sentence Construction, Phrasal Verbs, Pronouns, Adverbs, Non-Finite Verbs, Common Errors etc.
  3. Vocabulary (Cloze Test, Fill in the Blanks, Error Spotting, Phrase Replacement)
  4. Verbal Ability (Para Jumbles) Rearrangement & Anchored paragraphs


The final selection of the candidate for the post of Probationary Officer will be made by taking into consideration the cumulative score of both the exam and the interview. A merit list will be generated after the Interview Process of IBPS PO 2017 Exam has been concluded.


IBPS PO Online Study Materials

IBPS PO is one of the most sought after competitive exams for the Banking Industry. Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) along with other participating banks fills its vacancies of Probationary Officers and other posts through the IBPS PO exam. The IBPS PO 2017 exam is expected to be conducted in October and the registration is to begin soon in August.

To be selected for the various posts, a candidate has to go through three tiers of the exam.

  • Preliminary exam

  • Main exam

  • Interview

IBPS PO 2017 Prelims exam pattern:


No. of Questions

Maximum marks

Time duration (In minutes)

Logical Reasoning




Quantitative Aptitude



English Language







Duration of exam=60 minutes | 1 marks allotted for every correct answer and 0.25 marks is deducted for each wrong answer.

IBPS PO 2017 Main exam pattern:


Number of Questions

Maximum Marks

Time Limit (For each section)

Logical Reasoning



40 Minutes

English Language



30 Minutes

Quantitative Ability



40 Minutes

General Awareness



20 Minutes

Computer Awareness



10 Minutes




140 Minutes

Duration of exam=140 minutes | 1 marks allotted for every correct answer and for each wrong answer, 0.25 marks is deducted.

Candidates who are already preparing or starting to prepare must be looking for guidelines for online study materials. Here is how you can make the best use of study materials available online for your preparation.

Mock tests

At the click of the mouse, multiple online tests for IBPS PO mock tests appear to you for example, tests based on daily Current affairs, General knowledge, Section wise tests etc. You get variety of questions to solve through these multiple tests.

E-books and Pdfs

Reading manual books is slowly getting out of trend. The younger generation in today’s world prefers to study from books and study material available online in pdf format. There are some free E-books available for download for IBPS PO preparation while other sites may charge you some considerable amount for the same. You can also download IBPS PO section wise study materials in pdf format.

Video tutorials

Our brain is a tricky thing. When we see a video or a movie we tend to remember things for longer time. The same can be applied in learning process. Watching online video tutorials helps to grasp the idea easily & quickly for exam preparation. I personally prefer YouTube tutorials for learning different topics during my exams.

Previous years & Sample question papers

Whether it’s the usual academic exams or a competitive exam, it is always stressful for the one appearing for the exam. He/ she may sometimes in a constant struggle of “what to study/ what not to study” for the exam. To get out of this dilemma, one can always refer to Previous questions papers or model question papers based on the exam. This will not help understand the exam pattern but what sort of questions to expect for the IBPS PO exam.


How to prepare General Awareness for IBPS PO 2017


General Awareness is a vital part of  banking exams.Exams like IBPS PO, SBI PO, IBPS Clerk , SBI Clerk give some weight age to general awareness. In IBPS PO exam, the general awareness section is given around 20% weightage. Apart from the exam, in Interviews also, selection is based on the knowledge of current affairs and general knowledge.


IBPS PO General Awareness is a vast and diverse area and need a lot of time to improve. You need to be regular with your efforts and need to have a good and reliable resource.

IBPS PO 2017 exam will be held in November and December. We are giving the latest exam pattern for IBPS Probationary Officers exam.

IBPS PO Prelims Pattern:

Sr No. Test Name Ques. Marks
1 Reasoning Ability Paper 35 35
2 Quantitative Aptitude Paper 35 35
3 English Language Paper 30 30
 Total 100 100


IBPS PO Mains Pattern:

Sr. No. Name of Tests (Objective) Marks/Time
1 Reasoning 50 (40 Mins)
2 English Language 40 (30 Mins)
3 Quantitative Aptitude 50 (40 Mins)
4 General Awareness 40 (20 Mins)
5 Computer Knowledge 20 (10 mins)
Total 200

Type of questions asked in IBPS PO General Awareness section:

Static General Knowledge Questions: The static GK questions do no change with time. They have fixed answers. They are from following topics:

  • First in the world
  • Inventors and Inventions
  • Capitals and Currencies
  • Important Rivers, Cities and People
  • Animals, Birds and Wildlife Sancutaries
  • Agricultural crops and seasons
  • National Flags, Anthems
  • Important Dates and Events
  • Books and Authors


Dynamic General Knowledge Questions: The dynamic GK changes with time.You need to update the knowledge regulary from news , TV and various sources. The commonly asked topics are:

  • Prime Minister/President of countries
  • Olympic and sports records
  • International/National  News and happenings
  • India’s rank in different indices
  • Governmental schemes and policies
  • Union Budget
  • Census and surveys

 Preparation Strategy for GK and Current affairs:

  • Purchase latest year book and spend daily 1-2 hours reading the book.You can get a hold on Static GK questions.
  • Read newspapers daily in the morning. Write down important points.
  • Read General Awareness from online resources in detail.
  • Watch TV news channels and listen to discussions daily. Try to grasp important headlines.
  • Take last 10 years paper and try to solve the GK questions.
  • Enrol for IBPS PO mock test online which will give a real test environment.
  • Revise all the noted points before the exam.

 Where to Take IBPS PO Online Mock tests?

There are some good institutes online which will give you good practice tests for IBPS PO exam. Mock tests will help you identify your weak areas and also will enable you to improve speed and accuracy for the exam. Mock tests along with previous years papers will help you to efficiently prepare for IBPS PO 2017.


Some websites which provide IBPS PO mock tests :






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How to Improve English section for Bank Exams?

There has been an increased competition in the competitive exams. I would call it as a cut-throat competition as a matter of fact to crack the Bank exams. After all, these public sector jobs offer such attractive perks. Struggling to get this dream job that offers a life-time job security does not look difficult once you achieve it.

Major Bank exams like SBI PO, IBPS PO etc. have separate descriptive paper for english.

Every aspirant must prepare a study schedule for these Bank exams to successfully crack it. The aim of this test is to assess the candidate’s English language skills and proficiency. This article deals with the strategy to improve English section for bank exams.


The English section in most Bank exams can be classified into the below sections:

  1. Vocabulary
  2. Grammar
  3. Reading Comprehension
  4. Verbal Ability


Vocabulary is like an ocean, and can be developed over a period of time. So, for the bank exam, one needs to massively work on the vocabulary.

What type of questions comes in this section?

Questions related to Cloze Test, Fill in the Blanks, Error spotting, Phrase Replacement, Word Association Pair, Phrase or Idiom Meaning, Spellings come under Vocabulary.

How to improve:

  1. By reading Newspaper on a regular basis, make a note of difficult words, and find their meanings. Always, try to find the meaning and its usage when you come across a new word.
  2. Practice these words and their synonyms and antonyms; it will be easier to revise later.
  3. Solve the vocabulary sections in previous years’ question papers.
  4. Try mnemonic techniques to memorize the meanings of the words.


What type of questions comes in this section?

The main topics related to Grammar related questions are:

  1. Error Spotting
  2. Phrase Replacement

How to improve:

  1. You must know the basic Grammar concepts like Tenses, Articles, Prepositions, Degrees of Comparison, Subject-Verb Agreement, Conjunctions, Parts of Speech, Standard Construction, Adverbs, Number in Nouns, etc.
  2. You can practice this section even online, i.e., on mobile apps as well. Even while travelling you can simply practice a few questions on such apps.
  3. Go through the articles related to Error Spotting and Gerunds. Solve previous years’ question papers and mock exams.

Reading Comprehension:

What type of questions comes in this section?

As it is the test of English in Bank exam, the passages asked here are mostly based on Finance, Banking and Economy, Geo-Politics, Social Issues, Business etc. Direct questions will be asked based on the passage. It is time consuming; only practice can help you speed up.

How to improve:

  1. The questions asked in these passages are mostly fact-based, inferences and vocabulary based. You must practice on comprehension questions every day so that your speed and accuracy are improved.
  2. You must make a habit of reading the passages faster than the usual pace.
  3. Understanding the passage is important to respond in the stipulated time.
  4. Practice comprehensions from various topics as you never know the kind of topic that might come up in the exam.

Verbal Ability:

What type of questions comes in this section?

This section consists of 6 Para jumble sentences with 5 questions. Even questions like an odd one out can also be expected.

How to improve:

  1. Questions on sentence and Para completion may be asked, you are asked to complete a sentence understanding the context of the paragraph.
  2. Follow the logic of the passage, it tells a story with the beginning, mid and the end.
  3. Connecting words help to link the story, look for such words.
  4. Practice more of sample papers and mock tests.

Accuracy and speed can be developed by solving more question papers in this section. Vocabulary needs to be improved by reading newspapers, magazines and watching the National Television channels. Your diction gets improved.

Practice SBI PO test series and IBPS test series for english section.