General awareness section plays a very important role to clear any bank examination. This section comes in phase 2 or Mains of bank exam. You can easily score full marks in very less time. But for this, you have to follow the right preparation strategy for this section. As you know 25 per cent paper come from this section in mains examination. If we talk about mains examination of SBI clerk 50 questions, IBPS RRB PO or RBI Assistant 40 questions are being asked in this section. This section is very easy in comparison to reasoning, numerical ability and English language. It gives you more marks in less investment of time.
As we all know IBPS RRB Officer scale 1 mains and IBPS RRB office assistant mains were going to be conducted on October 18 and October 30, 2020, but now these exams have been postponed. And SBI clerk mains and RBI Assistant mains which were postponed due to COVID-19 pandemic and as now just three to four days ago and IBPS has also announced the mains exam date of RBI Assistant.
So, there is also the possibility of rescheduling, the mains examination of other remaining bank exams in November or December. For IBPS RRB mains examination, you don’t have time to wait for prelims result, you should have to carry on your preparation.
Why the General Awareness section is so important?
General awareness section is a game-changer in every bank’s exam. Either you can clear or you may fail to clear overall cutoff marks. If you are average in other section or weak in any section, but you are good in General awareness section. You can easily clear your exam on behalf of General Awareness section. So, It would be advisable to make this section is your strong section in mains examination.
As we know the syllabus of general awareness section is vast in comparison to other sections. It is difficult to cover all topics which are expected to be asked in the exam. To cover the whole syllabus, from where you may expect the question, you would have to prepare very smartly. For this, we have come up with the right strategy, which will help you to improve your score in this section.
We have divided the syllabus of general awareness section into three parts:
1. Current Affairs
This section is most important according to the current exam pattern and helps us to score good marks because nowadays most of the questions are asked from current affairs of last six months. So, while you are preparing for RBI Assistant Mains, do prepare all the current affairs of the last six month from the date of RBI Assistant Main exam.
Some Important Tips to score 35+ Marks in Current Affairs:
- Do prepare current affairs on regular basis.
- Make notes of all important news so that it will help you to revise all important news later.
- As we analyse the recently held mains examination, it is observed that current affairs mostly asked from last six months.
- So that, to keep in mind for upcoming RBI Assistant Mains exam, prepare only last five to six-month current affairs.
- Learn current affairs in the morning, because its a good time for study.
- Prepare current affairs from these topics below-mentioned topics, you will see up to 90 per cent questions, will be asked from these topics.
Now We Are Sharing Some Important Topics of Current Affairs:
|International News||Government Schemes||Resignation||Obituary||GDP|
|National News||Banking and Financial News||Appointments||Important Events||Sports News|
Best Source For Good Quality Current Affairs
As you glad to know that most of the selected aspirants prepare current affairs from our PDF, quizzes and mock test. We can give 100 per cent surety that the content we provide for general awareness section does cover all the relevant news which have a chance to come in the exam. Now, here we are sharing some sources which help you a lot:-
- Free weekly Current Affairs Quizzes. For this, you have to download our app.
- Download our free Weekly Current Affairs PDF from our site.
- Monthly Current Affairs PDF Bazooka – Download here.
- Attempt our free mains mock test for the practice of general awareness section.
- Read a newspaper on daily basis and note down important news and revise it on regular basis.
- Make separate notes for all the above mentioned important topics.
2. Banking/Financial Awareness
Majority of question ask from Banking/ Financial awareness as we have analyzed from recently held mains examination:
- Bi-monthly Policy and banking rates
- History of Banking
- Headquarters of Banks and International Organisations (Only which are in current news)
- Banking terminology and abbreviations
- If we talk about current pattern most of the question asked from current banking and financial awareness. So, give more focus on current news.
3. Static Awareness
It is always a big problem for every aspirant, to learn and then keep the static fact in mind. But you shouldn’t worry about it. We have some tips for it that will help you a lot during your preparation.
- Need not to learn all static awareness topics.
- Only focus on those static facts which are related to current news of the last five to six months.
- Learn the capital and currency of only those countries which are in news.
- Learn the headquarters of only those organisations which are in the news of the last few months.
- While you are learning national parks and wildlife sanctuary, focus on those which states or national parks are in news.
- Try to learn these topics in the early morning.
If you prepare the General Awareness section in this way. Then you can easily score full marks in this section. Because it is not difficult to score full marks in it. But you must have to learn and revise all the topics of on daily basis.
If you don’t have your strategy then follow our strategy for the preparation of this section. We are completely sure that it will definitely help you a lot during your examination.
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