IBPS SO Main exam 2023 preparation strategy; Exam on January 29

IBPS SO Main exam will be held on January 29, 2023. Go through these exam preparation tips to score maximum marks.

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Ishita Ranganath | January 27, 2023 | 01:37 PM IST

NEW DELHI: The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) will be conducting the IBPS Specialist Officers (SO) Main exam on January 29, 2023. The IBPS SO Main exam admit card 2023 will be available on the IBPS official website- ibps.in, till today.

The IBPS SO exam is held in three stages- prelims, mains and interview. The IBPS SO prelims were held on December 24 and December 31, 2022 while the IBPS SO results 2022 were declared on January 17, 2023. IBPS SO mains exam is held to recruit candidates in scale I posts for IT officer, agricultural field officer, rajbhasha adhikari, law officer, hr, personnel officer and marketing officer in the nationalised banks of India.

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IBPS SO Main 2023: Tips to score maximum marks

Talking about last minute preparation with the IBPS SO examination in two days, Unacademy Educator, Kapil Kathpal has given an IBPS SO Main exam preparation strategy to successfully clear the exam.

  • Study Plan: The IBPS SO candidates need time management, make a list of difficult topics and allot separate time for revision of such topics. This will help them in balancing all important topics and time optimisation during preparations.
  • Self-analysis through mock tests and previous question papers: To improve your understanding of the paper’s pattern and level of difficulty, it is important that aspirants attempt the previous year's papers and various mock tests. This will not only help them stay confident but will also help them with time management. Further, mock tests will help aspirants in evaluating their strengths and identify the areas that need improvement.
  • Follow a set pattern while attempting the paper: Ensure you are consistent in following a preset pattern while attempting the question paper. This will help aspirants to avoid making the same mistakes and losing marks to negative markings in the Mains. In the exam, attempt the easy questions first. One shouldn’t waste time on a question if they are stuck. Move on to the next question and come back to it later.
  • Apart from all the tips above, aspirants should always try to keep themselves updated by reading national newspapers on a daily basis. Focus more on business pages as well as the latest national and international updates around various topics prior to the exam.

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