Hello and welcome to exampundit . SBI Clerk will kick off tomorrow with Preliminary exam. So we are giving you few possible strategies which you can follow in the exam hall.
Before taking the exams, you must have clear idea about few things
a) Your speed/section
b) Your Strongest section
c) Your Weaker section
d) What is your target
a) YOUR SPEED/SECTION – Some people are fast solving math, some people are fast in reasoning. Some are superfast in English. So you must know, in which you are Fast.
b) YOUR STRONGEST SECTION – There has to be at least one Strong section for you. It can be reasoning, it can be math or it can be English. Whatever it is or they are, you must have a clear vision about it.
c) YOUR WEAKER SECTION – We all have that one section, one part in which we are still working on. Even if it is slightly weaker than other sections, you have to admit it to yourself. Knowing your weak point, keeps you aware in the exam hall.
d) WHAT IS YOUR TARGET? – We are not talking about targeting that “What can be the cut-off” here. You must have a target of your own. It can be 20 each section, 18 each section or even 25 each. Having a target keeps your tempo up during the exam.
Now, How to attempt?
WHAT CAN BE YOUR APPROACH?
There can be many ways you can approach the prelims. However, the most effective way is to approach in a way which will increase your confidence.
So, you can either approach,
i) Your Strong Section – Weak Section – 2nd Strong Section
ii) Your 2nd Strong Section – Strong Section – Weak Section
Either way, your basic target should be securing maximum marks.
If English is your strong section, start with English and secure maximum in the section then move to your second strong section, and secure as much as possible.
If you are strong, you will be fast enough. So, in that way, you will be able to score maximum by taking lesser time.
The attempt strategy should have the following things, but how will you approach will depend solely on you.
So, all the best. Give your best. J
May the force be with you.