1 Month Study Plan to Prepare for IBPS RRB Office Assistant Prelims 2021 Exam

1 Month Study Plan to Prepare for IBPS RRB Office Assistant Prelims 2021 Exam

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection will be conducting the IBPS RRB Office Assistant Prelims 2021 Exam this year in August for a total of 8500+ RRB vacancies. The selection will be done in two stages – the mains and the prelims. A candidate has to pass both stages to be considered for the post. 

The IBPS RRB Office Assistant Prelims 2021 exam is conducted every year and lakhs of candidates apply in hopes to get a government job. The competition is sky high this year and in order to crack the prelims, the candidate must be prepared to dedicate all his free time to studying. 

It can be nerve-racking to figure out a proper plan when the syllabus is vast and time so little. Don’t worry, we got you covered. We created a study plan for all RRB aspirants. This is a month-long study plan which will help you finish the syllabus quickly and have enough time for revision later on. 

IBPS RRB preparation strategy

We have divided the IBPS RRB study plan into 4 weeks. The study plan has been designed keeping in mind that learners do not have enough time on their hands to prepare for the IBPS RRB 2021 exam. 

 

Weeks Topics
Week 1
  • Coding-Decoding
  • Data Interpretation
  • Syllogism
  • Alphanumeric Series
  • Direction & Distance
  • Average & Percentage
  • Blood Relation
  • Ratio & Proportion
  • Number Series
  • Number System
  • Puzzles
  • Quadratic Equation
  • Seating Arrangement
  • Work & Time
  • Problems on Ages
  • Inequalities
Week 2
  • Machine Input Output
  • Simple and Compound Interest
  • Statement & Course of Action
  • Statement & Assumptions
  • Statement and Arguments
  • Passage and Conclusion
  • Time and Work
  • Probability
  • HCF & LCM
  • Assertion and Reason
  • Analogy
  • Square and Cube Roots
  • Revise all the Topic
  • Thoroughly and Give Full-Length Mock Test
Week 3
  • Mensuration
  • Decimal Fractions
  • Problems on Averages
  • Decision Making
  • Statement & Conclusion
  • Time, Speed & Distance
  • Figure Series
  • Order Figures
  • Linear Arrangement
  • Data Tables
  • Mixture and Allegation
  • Permutation and Combination
  • Revise Seating Arrangement, Syllogism, and Averages
  • Revise Data Interpretation, Number System and Puzzles
Week 4
  • Attempt Mock Test Papers and Previous Year Papers for Difficult Topics
  • Probability
  • Revise Ranking & Series
  • Circular Seating Arrangement
  • Problems on Wages
  • Pipes & Cisterns
  • Order and Ranking
  • Arrangement and Pattern
  • Mix Puzzle
  • Grouping & Scheduling
  • Direction Sense
  • Causes & Effects
  • Revise Logical Reasoning, Seating Arrangement & Ratio & Proportion
  • Lastly, Revise all the Topics from Quantitative Aptitude

Please note that you cannot expect to pass the exam with flying colors if you do not put in your 100%. The study plan will only work if you put aside 8 hours a day to study and prepare for the IBPS RRB Office Assistant 2021. 

IBPS RRB Office Assistant preparation Tips and Tricks 

Increase speed and accuracy 

Getting a good grasp on the concepts and the fundamentals is important but what is also important is increasing your speed and accuracy. In competitive exams, what matters is how quickly you can solve the problem and provide the answers, accurate answers, of course. One way to improve your accuracy and speed is by practicing previous year’s question papers and taking mock tests. The mock tests will prepare for the type of questions that may come in the exam this year. 

More and more books 

You may feel like you are drowning in books, but learning from just one book is not enough to clear the exam. There are several well-known publishers who publish IBPS books. Get these books in your cart as soon as possible! 

Maintain a strict schedule 

Some of us cannot stick to a schedule but when you are preparing for an exam that is held nationwide you have to mind your ways and force yourself to stick to a routine. This means sleeping on time and eating on time. 

You need to be well-rested for your mind to work well. Feeling fatigued or exhausted all day will not help. Humans need eight hours of sleep daily, so make it point to keep away your phone right after you have your dinner. Get that much needed so that you feel fresh in the morning and your brain is ready to aboard to new ideas and concepts. 

Keep yourself hydrated 

Drinking a lot of water will keep you feeling healthy. Since you will be spending a lot of time indoors and tucked away in your study, you may experience indigestion, gas, bloating, etc. To avoid this discomfort during study sessions, drink as much water as you can. 

Don’t rush 

Take your time to read the question paper. Don’t start writing on your paper as soon as you get the question paper. First, mark the questions that you know the answer to. Finish writing the answers to these questions and then move on to working on the ones that you are unsure of. 

Set a timer 

You know every exam has a time limit, this one has too. Setting a timer every time you attempt to solve a question paper will be good practice. The more you practice with a timer the less you will panic even when there isn’t much time left on the clock. 

Carry extra stationery 

You don’t want to run out of your ink when you are giving the exam. Always carry extra pens, erasers and pencils. Don’t forget to carry a geometry box as well. 

Try to finish the paper 5-10 mins before the time is up so that you can re-read the paper and correct any silly mistake that you might have made. You can also recheck your calculations to ensure that your calculations are right. 

We have covered all the important points in this article. If you want to add or remove anything from the study plan, you can do so, but make sure you follow the routine diligently without any fail. If you give your best, there is more than a 50 % chance of your cracking the exam!