The day you all were preparing for is almost here. The JK Bank PO Prelims exam is scheduled to be held on 25th, 27th, 28th, 29th November 2020, and 1st December 2020. We hope you have followed JK Bank Study Plan provided earlier. We just want to remind you all of a few things before you go and write the exam. These may seem obvious, but it’s good to hear someone tell you this before the exam. It gives you the confidence you need to do well in the exam. And, as always we’re here for you with few JK Bank PO Prelims last-minute tips! Let’s go through the exam pattern first-
JK Bank PO Prelims Last Minute Tips | Exam Pattern
|Sr. No.||Name of the Test||No. of Questions||Maximum Marks||Time Duration|
|1.||English Language||30||30||20 Minutes|
|2.||Quantitative Aptitude||35||35||20 Minutes|
|3.||Reasoning Ability||35||35||20 Minutes|
JK Bank PO Prelims Last Minute Tips
JK Bank PO Prelims: How to Attempt the Exam
- No blind guesswork. The number of questions you need to attempt cannot be pre-determined as it is a function of the level of difficulty. Just keep a fine balance of accuracy and speed. Remember that there is a penalty for marking the wrong answer. Therefore, avoid guesswork as much as possible. Accuracy is as important as speed in this exam. Try the elimination method to eliminate 2-3 options before making calculated guesses, and refrain from any blind guesswork.
- Do not get stuck on one question and waste your time. You can always come back to it in case you have time left.
JK Bank PO Prelims: General Tips
Avoid New Topics
Do not start any new topic now. Any new thing that you would try learning now may not properly be retained. Try to revise whatever you have studied till now and get command over it.
Take Mock Tests
Take mock tests after your preparation to measure your progress. Oliveboard’s Mock tests would provide you instant feedback in the form of analytics, which will help you determine your speed & accuracy in solving questions and identify your strong and weak areas. So practice as many mock tests as you can in these last few days.
Do not take it lightly and leave it for the last day. Revise all the concepts, formulas, shortcuts and tricks so that you don’t forget them. Highlight the important points.
Make a Separate Note
Write the formula, shortcuts, tricks, etc. on a separate paper so that you can quickly go through it before the exam.
Time is a crucial factor and it is easy to lose track while writing an exam. This is where your practice will show results. Manage it properly.
Speed and Accuracy
Speed and accuracy is one aspect that would outshine your performance. Practicing daily would help you in this regard. Try to attempt the maximum number of questions with 100% accuracy to increase your chances of clearing the cut offs.
Read the Question Properly
Understand what is written in the question. Do no hastily skip the question just by looking at it. You might just be able to do it if you read it properly. So, before skipping, read it carefully because sometimes the questions that look difficult, are actually easy to solve, especially Puzzles.
Avoid Stress and Anxiety
It’s imperative to stay calm and composed. Do not get too excited or too worried. Doing some light exercise or meditation would help you.
Stay Away from Negative Thoughts
Try to stay away from negative thoughts or people that demotivate you. Have confidence that you have given your best & your hard-work will bear fruits.
Take a well-balanced diet. Avoid oily and sugary snacks. Stay well hydrated.
Relax and Rest:
Do not let anxiety ruin your preparation. Keep reminding yourself that there is nothing that you cannot achieve. Make sure you don’t deprive yourself of sleep. Taking proper sleep would improve your concentration and help you remember things easily.
Keep your Call letter, recent passport size photograph, Photo identity proof (Original + Photocopy), Ball Point Pen (all things that are mentioned in your call letter to carry on the day of the exam) in your bag before the day of the exam so that you may not forget any of these in hurry. It is better to reach the Examination Centre in advance than getting late. So, leave early to avoid getting stuck in the traffic.
- Call Letter
- Photograph (if mentioned)
- ID Proof
- Ball pen
- Reach the centre in advance
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What Do We Have In Cart For You For JK Bank Mock Test 2020?
The JK Bank Mock Test series includes:
- 10 Mocks for JK Bank 2020 Prelims (5 each for PO and Asst)
- 5 Mocks for JK Bank 2020 Mains
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This brings us to the end of the blog. Hope you find the JK Bank PO Prelims Last Minute Tips provided here useful. If you have any queries, write in the comment below.
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