‘Success is a lonely road only a few dare to take’, says Roshan who cleared RRB PO and NIACL AO 2017, after burning the midnight oil for two long years. Read the Success Strategy of Roshan Lal Gurjar below:
Hello Friends, I’m Roshan Lal Gurjar from Rajasthan, currently working at New India Assurance Co. Ltd. as an assistant. I have cleared NIACL AO and RRB PO in the year 2017. Before I proceed with my strategy I would like to give you a glimpse of my background. I graduated in the year 2014, and hold a bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Communications. After graduation, I started my preparation for banking and Insurance examination and finally converted NIACL AO and RRB PO after hustling for two long years.
Here is my Section Wise Preparation Strategy:
Quantitative Aptitude: I started my preparatory journey by joining a coaching class in Jaipur where I cleared my basics. After getting my fundamentals right I started taking sectional tests so that I can gain good pace, as banking exams are all about how fastly one can solve the questions in the stipulated time. I practised rigorously by taking sectional mocks and full-length mock tests by Oliveboard. I must tell you it was not easy for me to score good marks at Oliveboard tests initially but with the time I improved and started doing better than I used to do before. I got some confidence and kept practising after attempting quite a few tests. I devised my own strategy based on my strength and weakness. For the aspirants, who are taking banking exam this year I would only say analyse your core strength and weakness and based upon that make your own strategy and work upon them.
Logical Reasoning: For logical reasoning, I would say first get your concepts right and then start taking mock tests as there are very limited concepts in the reasoning and one can improve his game here by taking a number of mock tests. The only mantra for this section is practice, practice, and practice.
English: I started my English preparation by referring books from MB publications and at the later stage of my preparation I started reading ‘The Hindu’ on a day to day basis. Reading ‘The Hindu’ on a daily basis helped me a lot and helped me in pushing my marks in reading comprehensions, vocabulary and also helped me in General Awareness section.
Current Affairs: For current affairs, I used to make my own notes by referring to different websites and the newspapers. According to me the best way to prepare for the current affairs is to revise the last read portion on a regular interval of time. One can make use of monthly capsules also if do not have much time.
Interview: For the interview, I would just say don’t get panic, be calm and compose and answer the questions confidently.
At last, I would like to give my sincere gratitude to Oliveboard which helped me achieve my dreams by providing excellent mock tests which were at par with banking examination.
Hope this helps!
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