Whether you are preparing for South Indian Bank PO, South Indian Bank Clerk, IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, IBPS RRB, SBI PO or Clerk exams, the syllabus, and exam pattern is almost similar. One can find similar questions from general reasoning, numerical aptitude, and the English language in almost all of these banking entrance tests with single preparation one can easily appear for a couple of tests. Compared to other bank tests, the South Indian Bank Probationary Clerk recruitment has only a single-stage computer test. So If one can perform well enough in this they can easily get a bank job. Here we are discussing the book lists and strategy on how to prepare for the South Indian Bank clerk exam.
South Indian Bank Clerk Preparation Tips 2021
The South Indian Bank conducts a single-stage computer-based objective test followed by a personal interview for the hiring. The South Indian Bank Probationary Clerk test pattern is:
|Name of the Tests||Number of Questions||Maximum
|1||Reasoning and Computer Aptitude||40||50||40 mins.|
|2||General Awareness, Economy Awareness and Banking Awareness||40||50||20 mins.|
|3||English Language||40||50||40 mins.|
|4||Data Analysis and Interpretation||40||50||40 mins.|
Like any other banking recruitment test, South Indian Bank Probationary Clerk recruitment do face a lot of competition. Since this recruitment is open to fresh graduates as well as experienced ones, the number of applicants will be higher compared to that of Probationary Officers. So to crack the objective test with flying colours, and to get the job offer in the South Indian Bank aspirants should follow a foolproof preparation strategy. Before doing anything else, start with the test pattern, and the syllabus. If you are already preparing for other bank tests, then those preparations would be enough for the SIB clerk tests too. Familiarize yourselves with the test pattern, and syllabus completely and check whether there are any deviations in the syllabus from other bank tests such as IBPS, or SBI. Once the aspirant is familiarized with the syllabus, and exam pattern collects all necessary study materials such as previous year question papers, practice questions, mock tests, books, video courses, etc. There are hundreds of video lessons available on Youtube to help you in preparation. But if you are not a self-disciplined student or need guidance you can join any banking preparation course such as Entri’s. With thousands of mock tests, practice questions, and personal mentorship our tutors will be with you till last.
If you are confident enough start your preparation by making your own strategy, which suits your schedule. Don’t blindly follow anyone else’s timetable, divide the syllabus into various sections with enough room to cut yourselves some slack. If you cant study for 4-5 hours on daily basis don’t create an ideal study table, no need to impress anyone. As you progress in the syllabus, start attempting the sectional mock tests as well as the full-length mock tests too. Try to complete the syllabus before the test date with enough revision periods.
Books for South Indian Bank Clerk Preparation
To aid the South Indian Bank Clerk preparation strategy, aspirants can refer to the following list of books:
- A Modern Approach to Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning by RS Aggarwal /S Chand Publisher
- Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey /Magical Book Series
- Logical and analytical reasoning by A. K Gupta
- New Approach to Reasoning Verbal & Non-Verbal by Indu Sijwali and B. S. Diwali
- Practice Book on Quicker Maths by M Tyra And K Kundan /Magical Book Series
- Fast Track Objective Arithmetic by Rajesh Verma /Arihant Publishers
- Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations by RS Aggarwal /S Chand Publisher
- Quantum CAT Sarvesh Kumar Verma
- Elementary and Advanced Mathematics Kiran Publications
- Objective General English S.P. Bakshi
- Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension Arun Sharma, Meenakshi Upadhyay
- General English Lucent Publication
- Word Power Made Easy Norman Lewis
- High School English Grammar and Composition Wren and Martin
- Static General Knowledge by Arihant Publication
- Banking Awareness by Arihant Publication
- Banking Awareness Handbook of Banking Information by N.S Toor
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