Hi, my name is Jyoti Tanwani and I have cleared SBI Clerk. This is my success story below:
I started my banking preparing in February 2021 with no clue and guidance but internet has been a boon and I could everything on it from syllabus completion to mocks test and investing my time and money into the sources which are helpful. I appeared for RRB PO and SBI CLERK first time this year and have cleared both the mains, Looking forward to great opportunities. Platforms like PracticeMock is solid help if one knows how to use it in their favour! Mocks are of exam level.
The exams I have appeared till date are:
- RRB PO
- SBI CLERK
Section-wise Preparation Strategy
English Section Preparation Strategy
English was always strong part of my preparing from the very beginning itself but keeping in mind that English is language and one should not take it for granted. I used to practice reading and skimming, other than that reading editorial has been a good help along the way, I would also suggest everyone to give English sectionals to evaluate where we stand and work accordingly. English can be a game changer if you are dedicated to make it happen with right guidance and practical strategy.
Quantitative Aptitude Section Preparation Strategy
Reasoning Section Preparation Strategy
To excel in Reasoning one needs smart strategy and planning, keep on raising your bar after completion of syllabus, try and give mains mocks as early as possible it does help in Mains and this how reasoning can add scores to your selection. Reasoning sectionals have been a great help.
General Awareness Section Preparation Strategy
Daily videos, quizzes and monthly revision, keep it simple and uncomplicated. Revision is the key.
Overall Strategy, Study Schedule & Challenges Faced
I did have proper plan and strategy and tried my best to stick to the same. The only hurdles I faced were related to the right guidance and planning and I have plans to help people with the same through the experience which I have gained.
How did PracticeMock help you?
I subscribed to yearly mock series a couple of months into the preparation and I can confidently say this that it made the process easy.
Message for the Fellow Aspirants
You know your weakness and areas you are good at, having your own unique plan and strategy is far better than copying someone else’s. Cracking Bank exams need smartness and patience and that comes with time.