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    Bank PO exam after MBA?

    Dear sir/ mam
    I am planning to giv sbi po exam which is on 28th of april n i m doing Mba also n my 2nd sem of mba starts from 24th of april.i have only one month left to prepare for sbi exam, is one month enough to crack the exam if i study seriously for 8-9 hours daily. please do reply i m in a confusion state of mind



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    Re: Bank PO exam after MBA?

    Hello Dear Friend ...


    P.O --- probationary Officer

    You must have a minimum of Graduation

    The minimum age must be 20 years

    And you can write the exam undoubtedly

    prepare well for the exam

    The maximum age of 28 years

    You must be an INDIAN Citizen


    ALL THE GOOD LUCK

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    Re: Bank PO exam after MBA?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Dear sir/ mam
    I am planning to giv sbi po exam which is on 28th of april n i m doing Mba also n my 2nd sem of mba starts from 24th of april.i have only one month left to prepare for sbi exam, is one month enough to crack the exam if i study seriously for 8-9 hours daily. please do reply i m in a confusion state of mind
    Hi friend,
    Yes, why not???
    Everything is possible. You still have two months with you not one.

    SBI job is highly sought and there are thousands of applicants, but if you work hard you can successfully compete with them.
    Syllabus is bit similar to any MBA entrance test. You must have given these type of tests while taking admission for MBA. So you must be knowing the basics, that's your advantage, you just have to practice more and more. Get previous years solved papers, try to solve one paper per day. Check how much time you take to solve papers.

    Read daily about banking, marketing, computer awareness. Write essays and get them corrected by your friends. Practice, Practice and Practice is the key.
    It is great that you study seriously for 8-9 hours daily, but just hard work is not important, work smart, get more from time you invest. Don't worry about your second semester, you can cover 4-5 days of studies anytime. Focus on SBI if that's your goal.
    Finally Just Remember that ------>
    You can do IT

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    Re: Bank PO exam after MBA?

    dear friend.
    if you are really willing to crack the exam then you have to study 6to 8 hours daily. and if do this continuously no body can stop you to score a very good marks in that.
    if you are studying in mba than you must have write your mba entrance paper the pattern as well as the topics and the all things are same, so idont think that you will feel any difficulty to crack the exam.
    if you crack the written test than you have a plus point for gd and later in interview.
    all the best.

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    Re: Bank PO exam after MBA?

    One month is not enogh to preapre for the PO exams.
    But since you have already filled the SBI PO exams forms, you should give your best.

    Questions will be asked from the below sections in the SBI PO Exams:Test of English Language (Grammar, Vocabulary, Comprehension etc)
    Test of General Awareness, Marketing and Computers
    Test of Data Analysis and Interpretation
    Test of Reasoning (High Level)

    You should study for 7-8 hours daily.

    Study each sections daily
    Try to first understand the concepts of each chapter
    .

    After understanding the concepts and shortcuts try to practice as many questions as you can for that topic.
    Buy 2-3 boks and try to finish that.

    Work hard and you may get sucess

    Few Books to Prepare:
    A New Approach to Reasoning Verbal and Non-Verbal by BS Sijwali, Indu Sijwal
    Quantitative Aptitude For Competitive Examinations by R. S. Aggarwal
    Quantitative Aptitude For Competitive Examinations by Abhijit Guha
    General Aptitude: Quantitative Aptitude & Reasoning for Competitive Examinations by G K P

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    Re: Bank PO exam after MBA?

    hello friend,


    Please read the bellow attachments to get all the information regarding PO exams.


    And some other details are-->>


    The syllabus for the SBI bank entrance exams are listed as below--->>>





    For Clerk


    1.General Awareness


    2.Quantitative Aptitude


    3.Reasoning


    4.General English


    5.Computer/marketing aptitude


    for po and maneger post


    1.Reasoning


    2.General English


    3.Quantitative Aptitude


    4.General Awareness


    5.Data Interpretation


    6.Data sufficiency


    7.Computer & Marketing


    8.Socio Economic.


    The details about the exam pattern are as below--->>>





    Good Luck
    Attached Files

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    Re: Bank PO exam after MBA?

    Obviously the time is very less and if you want to get a rank in this exam then surely you need to work very hard...
    But as you have said if you are going for 6 to 8 hours of serious study then you can surly do it...
    Keep one thing in mind that if you are doing hard work in right direction then surly you will get the success...

    After MBA you can give the Bank PO exam,
    Because all the at least graduate student can apply for this exam..
    And your age must be between 20 to 28 years..
    You must have minimum of 60% marks in your graduation...

    At last time give more importance on solving 'Quantitative Aptitude For Competitive Examinations' by R. S. Aggarwal,
    and on your english and reasoning....

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    Re: Bank PO exam after MBA?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Dear sir/ mam
    I am planning to giv sbi po exam which is on 28th of april n i m doing Mba also n my 2nd sem of mba starts from 24th of april.i have only one month left to prepare for sbi exam, is one month enough to crack the exam if i study seriously for 8-9 hours daily. please do reply i m in a confusion state of mind

    SBI ank PO exam eligibility criteria:



    As per the competetion level for sbi po post exam an aspirant who is preparing for exam for more than 4-5 months is also not sure to pass the exam.

    You have only one month.

    I do not see mre hope in this mattar.

    Well you should try for it.

    But if you do not have any previous exam experiences for any bank exams then it will be almost impossible to crach sbi po exam in 1 month.

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    Re: Bank PO exam after MBA?

    Dear friend

    P.O stands for the Probationary officer .It is one of the respectable post in banks.There are two P.O exams conducted .One is the IBPS that is IBPS conducts common written exam for the post of clerk and P.O for twenty nationalised banks.SBI conducts its own written exam.

    In order to appear for the P.O exams

    1.SBI :

    For probationary officer exam ,you should have bachelor's degree as minimum qualifications.The age limit is 21-30 years.

    For any other details,you may visit www.sbi.co.in

    2.IBPS :

    For Probationary officer:

    >>Bachelor's degree is necessary academic requirement for this examinations.

    >>The age limit is 20-30 years with relaxations applicable to obc and sc/st respectively.

    Hope the information helps you .If you have any other query you reagrding this can leave your message here.

    All the best

    aashisranjan784

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    Re: Bank PO exam after MBA?

    After MBA pass,you can apply for IBPS PO exam(for Bank PO).



    Eligibility criteria for
    IBPS PO exam :

    >>Graduation pass with 60% marks /Post graduation pass from any recognized university.

    Age :

    >>Age is between 21-30 years.

    ST/SC gets 5 years age relaxation.

    OBC
    gets 3 years age relaxation.

    PH
    gets 10 years age relaxation.

    Condition :

    >>Candidate must be a citizen of India.

    Syllabus :





    You can check here for details ..............

    http://www.ibps.in

    Good luck !

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