Sunday, April 20, 2014

SBI-PO Study Plan: Reasoning section

Posted by Jasleen Behl
SBI-PO MCQ exam is divided into four sections:
General Awareness - 50 ques
Data Interpretation - 50 ques
Reasoning - 50 ques
English - 50 ques

Today I will cover only Reasoning section thoroughly and soon I will cover other sections too. For SBI-PO and SSC too, reasoning is a scoring subject. So you should leave this section and try to cover its topics first and then proceed to other sections.

Reasoning

In reasoning section, the major part is of verbal topics like inference conclusion, sullogism, data sufficiency etc. From last few years the weightage of section is almost same. Just little changes. Analyze it thoroughly and try to make your study plan accordingly.

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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Important Questions of Mensuration: Quantitative Aptitude

Posted by Jasleen Behl
Mensuration is one the toughest topic of quantitative aptitude section. The only thing is it takes time to analyze the question. Rest is just clarification and formula learning ability of candidate. This chapter is a part of quantitative aptitude section of SSC CGL and SBI PO. Today I will discuss some questions related to basic terms of mensuration.

Examples with Solution

Example1: What will be the area and perimeter of triangular plot whose sides are 17 m, 8m and 15m long?

Solution: Firstly, we will check which kind of triangle it is.
Since, `8^2 + 15^2 = 17^2`.......  (`H^2 = P^2 + B^2`)
`64 + 225 = 289 = 289`
Therefore, given triangle is a right angle triangle with:
Hypotenuse = `17^2`
Base or Perpendicular = 8 or 15

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Friday, April 4, 2014

Syllabus of SBI-PO Recruitment 2014

Posted by Jasleen Behl
SBI-PO exam includes both multiple type questions and descriptive paper. Total marks including descriptive exam is 250.
  • Objective type Paper : 200 Marks
  • Descriptive Paper: 50 Marks

Objective type exam consists of four sections:

  • English Language
  • Data Analysis and Interpretation
  • Reasoning
  • General Awareness, Computers and Marketing.

Descriptive Exam

Descriptive exam is of half an hour and it can be about anything discussed
  • Essay writing
  • Letter writing
  • Paragraph writing
  • Precise writing

English section

This section basically covers comprehensions, faulty sentences, jumbled sentences, closed passages etc.
  • Reading Comprehensions
  • Vocabulary
  • English usage errors
  • English proficiency

Data Analysis and Data interpretation

This section checks numerical ability and data analysis ability of candidates. This section involves:

1. Quantitative aptitude
2. Data Sufficiency
3. Data Interpretation

Logical Reasoning section

This section involves:
  • Syllogism
  • Analytical reasoning
  • Problems  based on ages
  • Blood relationships
  • Analogy
  • Odd man out
  • Coding Decoding
  • Series
  • Seating arrangements
  • Problems based on symmetry
  • Problems based on visual ability
  •  Statement assumptions, arguments, conclusions etc
  • Direction test

General Awareness, Computers and Marketing

This section basically consists of following type of topics. But there is no proper syllabus of this section:
  • Current affairs
  • General studies (History, Geography, Polity, Science, Economics etc)
  • Banking
  • Marketing
  • Computer awareness
Note: There can be some changes in this syllabus. But only slight variations will be there.

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SBI-PO Recruitment 2014 notification out

Posted by Jasleen Behl
SBI-PO Recruitment 2014 notification out. All the best to all the candidates.

Important dates

Online registration : 07.04.2014
Payment of fees- Online : 07.04.2014 to 25.04.2014 
Payment of fees- Offline : 07.04.2014 to 25.04.2014  

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Thursday, March 27, 2014

How to prepare for Quantitative Aptitude section

Posted by Jasleen Behl
Quantitative aptitude section is one of the four sections of bank exams, SSC and others. Some candidates think that it is not possible to crack Quant section. But, I want to tell you that a perfect study plan and regularity can easily help you to score good in this section because in numerical ability questions level is moderate. Tough questions have never been asked earlier. So you just need to clear all the basics of quantitative aptitude section. Rest will depend on you time mangement.

Tricks to crack Quantitative aptitude section 

Attempt chapters of your interest

When you start attempting quantitative aptitude section. Always give preference to those questions first are of your interest. It will build up your motivation level.
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Friday, March 21, 2014

Study Plan of Postal/Sorting Assistant

Posted by Jasleen Behl
As we all know that postal/Sorting assistant exam dates are near and everyone is searching for its study plan, I am going to share a study plan of it. So that all candidates can make their strategies for exam.

Study Plan

This exam consists of two sections:
  • Aptitude test
  • Computer test
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Sunday, March 16, 2014

Geometry(Part-3) : Circles and their properties

Posted by Jasleen Behl
I have already discussed some part of geometry in my previous sessions. Both are related to triangles and their properties. Also, I have discussed some Important Questions of geometry. Today I will discuss circles and its properties in exam point of view. Firstly I will tell you some terms related to figure of circle.

Basic Terminologies

  • Centre: 'O' is a centre of the circle i.e. fixed point in the circle.
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Saturday, March 15, 2014

Details of Coal India Limited Recruitment

Posted by Jasleen Behl
Recently Coal India limited announced recruitment for management trainees. Posts will be filled through interviews and selection test. Related information is discussed below:

Details of CIL Recruitment

Total number of seats : 339
Name of post : Management Trainee
Pay Scale: 20600-46500
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