Read the success story of Diksha Singh Rajput who went on clearing the most-coveted banking examination in her third attempt while working as an Associate in the State Bank of India. Here’s Diksha’s strategy in her own words:
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Inspiring Preparation Journey of Diksha Singh Rajput
I’m a 24-year-old from Bhopal and have been working as an Associate in the State Bank of India since January 2020. This was the third time that I was appearing for the exam. Both times before I have cleared the interview but couldn’t make it to the final list. I didn’t stress too much this time. I simply gave a few mocks for Pre from Oliveboard after purchasing their test series. I was able to score 71 in Prelims. Right after Pre, I started giving Mains mocks from Oliveboard. I would give half of the test in the morning before work and the remaining half in the evening after coming back from my branch. I would analyse my mistakes and reattempt the wrong questions. This helped me in scoring 111.42 out of 250 in Mains. Around 17 marks over the UR cutoff.
Subject-Wise Preparation Strategy of Diksha Singh Rajput
For GA I referred to daily current affairs updated on Oliveboard apart from their monthly bolt pdf. I started doing current affairs as soon as the notification was out.
For the remaining subjects, I simply attempted mocks. Since I was aware of the basics and pattern of the exam due to previous attempts I focused on maximising score in mocks only.
Role of Oliveboard
I have personally found that Oliveboard mocks are at par with the level of difficulty in actual SBI PO Mains. The high-level questions helped me in being better prepared for the actual exam. So I was able to easily attempt good number of questions in Quant and Reasoning in the mains.
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Tips or Advice for Fellow Aspirants
Don’t give up no matter what. After failure, try to find the reason why you couldn’t make it. Improve your weaker sections. And no matter what, again, don’t give up.
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