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 Our 45 days to 2 months Classroom Bank PO & Clerk coaching program is scientifically designed result oriented program, which not only assists you in grasping the basic core concepts but also focuses on increasing your speed using shortcut methods and accuracy. Instead of mugging formulae we want you to understand the concept and follow the simplest possible approach to solve the problems.


STEP 1: The classroom coaching program starts with a basic classes for Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Analysis on the day one . The analysis brings out the natural strong and weak areas of the candidate along with the opportunity and threat areas. This step ensures that the candidate and the faculty members to know where the focus is required.

 STEP 2: The next 45days classroom coaching are invested on reviewing the complete topics from Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Analysis and English Aptitude, Computers and General Awareness. The methodology of two hours class work and approx 3-4 hours of homework is followed, with focus on core concept building and practicing enough unsolved problems so as to increase accuracy and speed of the candidate.

Also, Random tests from Reasoning Analysis, Quantitative Aptitude and Competitive English are organized in these 45 days so as to measure the learning process of the candidates.

STEP 3: Finally the program is brought to conclusion by a series of full length mock test papers in the actual exam like environment. For every test detailed scorecard for the test is furnished so as minimize the small and stupid mistakes and giving final shape to candidates’ test taking strategies.

AFTER PROGRAM: Candidates are encouraged to make use of more full length mock test papers, available at our website, and keep joining us for the Sunday’s doubt sessions and mock test papers at the center.

How to Crack Bank PO Exams–5 Sure Shot Tips: 

 Syllabus and Exam Pattern: Know the syllabus of the bank exam for which you are preparing and then look at the previous year question papers to gain information on the exam pattern of that particular exam. Usually the written tests for bank PO exam consist of two parts mainly objective test and descriptive test. While the written test consists of FIVE sections namely, English language test, quantitative ability, Reasoning, General Awareness and Computer Aptitude.

Preparing for Exam: Candidates preparing for bank PO exam are expected to have good knowledge of Mathematics up to Class X. For this purpose, the candidate should focus on preparing from NCERT books and focus on answering questions through mental calculations to speed up the process. Reasoning section needs to be extensively practiced to clear the sectional cut- off. The candidate should also work upon the English section and strong vocabulary which comes in the form of comprehension, fill-in-the-blanks, antonyms, synonyms etc. General Awareness section can easily be prepared by cultivating a habit of attentively reading a national newspaper daily.

Time Management: Clubbed with hard work and determination, time management is the key to crack the entry – level test for the Bank PO Exam. Besides being able to strategise time by focussing on the easier subjects first followed by the tough ones; one should also know the skill to attempt 250 questions in 150 minutes time. For this purpose, a candidate should attempt the easier part first like General Awareness, Computer Aptitude first followed by others. Try attempting 175- 185 questions with 90 percent accuracy to be a step closer to your goal.

Leave Doubtful Questions: Try attempting those answers first of which you are confident and should not attempt any questions which are doubtful in your mind. The process of negative marking in the entrance exams will cut down the percentage of right answers with the wrong ones. A practical knowledge of this arena can be gained through solving lots of sample papers.

Know Banking Regulations: A bank PO aspirant is expected to have knowledge of general banking regulations and should have at least some knowledge of SEBI and its regulations. Candidates should ensure that they are aware of the key points of banking regulations