50 Days Study Plan for SBI PO Prelims 2016 with Free Mock Test

Hello and welcome to ExamPunditFinally SBI released the most anticipated recruitment notification, SBI Probationary Officers 2016. Not only that, this year it will have 1028 vacancies for general and 2200 all over. Which is quite a lot.
Now, we are providing a 50 days Study Plan for SBI PO Prelims 2016.
We know that SBI PO Prelims will kick off on 2nd of July, 2016(tentatively) and we will have roughly 50 days if we count from Monday, 9th May, 2016.
So we are providing a 50 days study plan for the upcoming SBI PO Prelims 2016.
The 50 Days Schedule:
Finding your weak zones, learning them again. Starting over to see how much effort you need.
4 hours/day and if you are working 2 hours/day
Start preparing with Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning. Start reading articles for Comprehension.
5 hours/day and if you are working, 3 hours/day
Going for the advance level of problems along with English. Start giving Mocks. Chalk out Time Management Strategy for yourself.
1-2 Mocks/day maximum. 2 hours/day.
Improve your Mock Scores. Analyze your overall performance. Change any strategy if needed.
Maximum 2 mocks/day. 2-3 hours/day.
Give Mocks. Analyze.
As per your OWN TIME TABLE
Day 1 to Day 10: The first thing you have to do is finding you weak zones. Even if you are appearing for the first time, you should evaluate your weak zone and work on it. Everyone has their own weak zone, some find English very difficult, some find Reasoning confusing and some find hard calculating those problems. Whatever it is, first find your weak zone(s) and start improving that. You will have 40 more days for practice and learning. So first 10 days should be improving your weak zone. Start over the chapters and see how are you performing.
Day 11 to Day 20: Start off with Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning. These two can take most of the time and you need to do 100 questions in 60 minutes. So practicing Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning will definitely boost your speed. On the other hand, start reading articles to improve reading comprehension. The more you read, the faster you read.
Day 21 to Day 30: Once you are done with weak zone and speed, start doing the advanced level of problems. This will gradually increase your performance which will help you in the actual exam. After 2-3 days of practicing, start giving Mocks.
MOCK TEST: For SBI PO Prelims we are recommending Oliveboard Mocks for 4 reasons:
a) The standard of the questions are perfect for SBI PO Prelims 2016
b) The Mocks don’t have error/laggy interface(slow)
c) Solutions are easy to understand
d) You will improve rapidly through these MOCKS
Before going for Mocks, draw your own time management strategy.
Day 31 to Day 40: Now its time to give Mocks and start evaluating your performance. You can give 1 or 2 mocks a day. More than 2 can hamper your performance and stress you out. So, give mocks and see your improvement. If you find any problem in your time management, change it and give another try. You have time in your hands, so a change will not hamper overall preparation.
Final 10 Days – Day 41 to Day 50: Now its time to relax, have confidence and give Mocks. Do not think of the outcome or the exam day. Just focus on your preparation and give mocks.
We will provide quizzes on a regular basis but Mocks will help you to improve your performance. While giving mocks, have a exam like environment. Lock yourself in a room and give mocks. There should be no distraction.
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We wish you all the best for the upcoming exam.
May the force be with you.


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