How I Cracked SBI Clerk Exam? – Read Success Story Of G Naresh

Read the success story of G Naresh who followed the famous saying “Self-belief and hard work will always earn you a success” which helped him in cracking SBI Clerk 2019 with true determination.

Motivating Success Story of G Naresh

Hello everyone, I am G Naresh from Allipur, a small village in Telangana state. I have graduated in Electronics and Communication engineering from IIIT Basar College. And I also did a Minor degree in Management Studies from the same college.

My Journey So Far

I started preparing for Banking Exams in the year 2017. Initially, I didn’t have any idea what to read and which mock test to buy.

When I was in this confusion state, IBPS released its notification, with little preparation I cleared RRB PO mains but unable to make it into the final merit list that time, then I decided to purchase a good mock test for my preparation.

I searched various websites and wrote some of the free mock tests available online, there I felt Oliveboard is the only mock with good quality questions so I purchased Oliveboard year pack.

For prelims, I used to write one mock test daily and the remaining time I spent on analyzing the test when it comes to mains I spent almost 3 to 4 days analyzing it.“Analyzing the test helps a lot more than writing it”.

My Preparation Strategy For Bank Exams

Here is a section-wise preparation strategy to give your approach a right direction.

Quantitative Aptitude Preparation Strategy:

This section is considered to be a high scoring topic given that you are fluent in concepts. Start with building up your concepts. Watch Topic-oriented videos from various Youtube channels and simultaneously write mock tests from Oliveboard. This strategy helped me a lot.

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Reasoning Preparation Strategy:

Reasoning section tests students on their logical thinking. I watched videos on Oliveboard and wrote mock tests available on their portal, thus boosting my preparations. So, here I give my total credit to Oliveboard

English Preparation Strategy:

English is basically a combination of grammar, vocabulary & RC. Focus on every aspect when you are preparing for this section. Try & Read a lot to increase reading skills. For practice, Oliveboard mocks are more than enough

General Awareness Preparation Strategy:

For General Awareness I followed Oliveboard and few other websites. Oliveboard’s monthly Bolt and static banking awareness Bolt helped me a lot.

When I started preparing for the bank exams so many people said coaching is a must nowadays to crack any government exam but I did my preparation at home all by myself.

So, it is not a matter of where you study it just a matter of how you study.

Also, I would like to say that even after doing a lot of hard work if you don’t get a job don’t get depressed because there is no substitute for hard work.

So, keep working hard. Never give up. Never stop believing. Never stop fighting

How Mock Tests Play a Vital Role?

Once you are done with your preparations, the next important step that comes is to test your learning. Mock Tests helps you analyze your weaker and stronger points. (You can analyze your weak points now, Attempt Free Mock Test)

Give Mock test religiously and trust me Oliveboard has it all covered. Their mock tests helped me build-up my accuracy and speed. The questions provided are very similar to the actual exam thus giving a real-time experience.

That brings us to the end of the Success Story of G Naresh. We hope that his journey motivates you. Follow his section-wise preparation strategy and the next success story could be yours.

All the best for your Bank Exams Preparation.

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