How to prepare for Reasoning Section for Bank exams?
Banking Exam consists of four sections including – General English, Quantitative Analysis and Reasoning in prelims. Since it is a 1-hour paper, you cannot afford to give more than 20 minutes to each section. Since Reasoning section is time-consuming, here are tips and tricks to prepare it.
Basic tips to complete Reasoning section within 20 minutes
1. Go through the Syllabus thoroughly/Get a Blueprint
The very basic step before starting with any preparations is to go through the syllabus.
Topics for Reasoning in Banking Exams
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2. Check the Exam pattern from previous year question papers
After checking the topics, you should take a look at previous year question papers. Try to check at least 3 to 4 papers and do an analysis of the kind of questions which were asked in previous year question papers. Find out your weak and strong points.
3. Time Management
Time management is the key to every competitive exam. Bank exams are just of one hour. If you will not keep the clock in mind, there are chances that you will not be able to attempt the whole exam.
4. Improve your reading skills
Since these questions are a little description based, you need to work on reading skills. Since you have less than a minute for a question, you need to be really picky about how much time can you give to reading the question.
5. Learn the tricks
In reasoning sections, there are various tricks for specific topics. Always consider every kind of trick for bank exams. This will save your time and will help you to solve the question fast.
These are the basic tricks; you must consider preparing for the reasoning section. This is one section where you can actually score well if you go with the planning.