English Preparation Tips For IBPS Clerk Mains - Exam Analysis 2018
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Monday, 11 December 2017

English Preparation Tips For IBPS Clerk Mains

ENGLISH PREPARATION TIPS FOR IBPS CLERK MAINS

IBPS clerk mains are fast approaching in a month’s time. It is important to work hard and prepare diligently. To clear the IBPS CLERK exam it requires clearing the cutoff and then maximizing the score. Every student must acquire the cut off for each section so here are the IBPS Clerk exam English section preparation tips.
This will help you to score high in English section of IBPS Clerk exam.
How to score above minimum cutoff for IBPS Clerk exam English language section ?
English section in the IBPS Clerk main exams comprises of 40 questions to be solved in 35 minutes. This is the most scoring section in the exam. But many candidates find this difficult as they lack knowledge on grammar, vocabulary and confidence. Here are some English preparation tips for IBPS Clerk Mains to help you score the best. Also Practice Online IBPS Clerks Mock Test  & RBI Assistant Mains Mock Test.

Sections you need to prepare in English for IBPS CLERK Mains:

English can be broadly divided into:
  1. Grammar
  2. Vocabulary
  3. Reading and comprehension
  4. Speaking skills.

What to prepare for IBPS Clerk English section?

There is no syllabus set for IBPS. It is a difficult task to select the topics and content for studying. There can be questions on
Vocabulary- synonyms/homonyms/antonyms, formation of sentence.
Comprehension- theme detection, completion of the passage.
Grammar- spellings, direct and indirect speech.
Articles
Idioms and phrases
Substitution of one word
Fill up the blanks with appropriate word
Spotting the error

How to prepare?

Grammar- This includes synonyms, antonyms, completion of the sentence, idioms and phrases, error spotting and spelling check, and sentence rearranging to make a complete sentence. To improve grammar it needs practice. This can be done by framing sentences and taking previous years exams for practice.
Vocabulary: This demands using the appropriate word and thus making the vocabulary perfect. Read newspaper, books, and magazines; watch television shows in English to improve the vocabulary and also general knowledge.
Comprehension: This is the easiest section to score. Read the full passage with attention atleast 2 to 3 times, understand the subject, note down the important points, read the questions and think of the answer. To answer well it needs good vocabulary to understand the passage.
Spotting the error: To score good marks in this section you should know the grammar well. Practice well to trace the error and understand the meaning of words.
To excel in English strengthen the core skills like reading, writing, listening, and speaking. This can be done by repeated practice. Devout more time for the weak part and improve your score. Read newspaper daily and be confident.
















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