SBI PO Study Plan 2018
Hello students as you all know
SBI has released the official notification for SBI
PO recruitment 2018 and exam dates of SBI PO 2018 are already
out and you all must have already started your preparations for the SBI PO Examination
2018. As the preliminary examination of SBI PO 2018 is going to take place
in July so it is the crucial time to put your all efforts to crack this exam as
the competition is going to be really hardhitting. Candidates you still have
two months for the preparations so don’t lose your hope; have a positive
attitude and work hard to hit your goals. For helping you out in this crucial
time we are providing you a study plan which is a weekly based study plan and
is going to help you in scheduling and managing your time.
As in any exam there are different requirements for the different
sections because there are some topics which require more time and some topics
are those which want less time so we have to plan our time table according to
these topics. As we have not extra time to waste on the unnecessary things so it’s
better to well plan your schedule and study according to this.
So in this article we are
providing you a study plan which is a weekly based study plan and this will
help you in dividing your topics weekly wise and to prepare them according to
the time they required. So you have no need to look here and there just do not
waste your time, adhere to the study plan and you will surely be able to
achieve your goals. This plan is prepared as a result of analysis of SBI
PO 2016 and 2017 examinations.
Study Plan for SBI PO 2018
WEEK

REASONING

QUANT APTITUDE

ENGLISH

First Week

Distribution/ Comparison based Puzzles(23 Variables),
Direction and Distance, Order and Ranking, Blood Relations 
DI (Bar Graph, Pie Chart), Number Series,
Simplification, Approximation
Quadratic Equations, Percentage, Ratio and Proportion, Partnership 
Reading Comprehension, Cloze Test, Error Detection,
Sentence Improvement, Idioms and Phrases

Second
Week

Box and Floor Puzzles (12 Variables), CodingDecoding,
Data Sufficiency

DI (Line Graph, Tabular), Number Series,
Simplification, Approximation
Quadratic Equations, SI and CI, Average, Time, speed and distance 
Reading Comprehension, Cloze Test, Error Detection,
Sentence Completion

Third
Week

Linear Arrangement(Direction Same/Opposite,
North/South; 12 Variables), Syllogisms

DI (Caselet, Bar Graph+ Tabular), Number Series,
Simplification, Approximation
Quadratic Equations, Mixture and Alligation, Time and Work, Pipes and Cisterns 
Reading Comprehension, Cloze Test, Error Detection,
Fillers(Single/Double)

Fourth
Week

Circular/Square/Rectangular Arrangements(DirectionInward/Outward;
12 Variables), Machine InputOutput, Inequalities

DI (Bar Graph + tabular, Pie Chart + Tabular, Line
Graph + Tabular), Number Series, Simplification, Approximation
Quadratic Equations, Problems On Age, Problems On Trains, 
Reading Comprehension, Cloze Test, Error Detection,
Sentence Rearrangement

Fifth
Week

Mixed Puzzles, Alpha Numeric Sequences, Critical
Reasoning

DI (Bar Graph, Pie Chart), Number Series,
Simplification, Approximation
Quadratic Equations, Boat and Stream, Permutation and Combination, Probability 
Reading Comprehension, Cloze Test, Error Detection,
Sentence Connectors

6^{th} & 7^{th}
Week

Mock Test

Mock Test

Mock Test

As you all have
prepared according to the study plan, now it is the time for evaluation. Self
evaluation is very important; if you will self evaluate yourself then only you
will come to know your weak as well the strong points. Last 10 to 15 days are
very crucial, in this period you should evaluate yourself by solving the
previous year question papers and give a final touch to every topic, because if
you will not give a review to the learnt topics then they will be washed away
because most of the topics which you have not given a review fades away with
the time. So it is good to give a fresh look to every topic and work on your
weak points and strengthen your strong points.
In these crucial days just go through the SWOT Analysis.
SWOT stands for (Strength, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats). This will
help you in building your self confidence which is a key to get the success in
any field. Let us explain this strategy in brief.
S stands for
Strengths: go through the topics and evaluate yourself that in which
topics you have a strong hand and prepare them well and make them an instrument
for the fight. Learn these topics on
your fingers so that you can attempt such type of questions in the exam with
full accuracy. In simple words you can say just work on your strengths.
W stands for
Weaknesses: work on the topics, in which you are weak, practice them
more frequently and try to improve your command on these topics.
O stands for Opportunities:
utilize the opportunities at a right time, this means that the topics in which
you have a strong hand try to attempt those in the exam with more accuracy and
in less time. This will help in saving your time for the other questions.
T stands for Threats:
this means to say that stay away from the threats such as the negative marking
threat. Focus on the quality of the answered questions not on the quantity. Try to attempt the maximum questions
with accuracy. Leave the questions in which you have any doubt. Attempting the
doubtful questions can ruin your dream of becoming a banker.
Use these all
strategies to achieve your goals. Best of luck students!!!