sincerely i am telling i am very weak student and being 21 feels worst i dont how i weak student like me who has done nothing will be able to crack Bank exams in next 2 years. No General knowledge no English i confuse in spelling too weak in all aspects and also wasted time till now, so tensed
Please do not get depressed over the situation. Don't yourself call weak also. There are many examples out there who being just an average student in the life have cleared the top most examination. You might have heard of Junaid Ahmed, IAS who just passed class 12 examination with less than 60% and ranked 3rd in UPSC Civil Services examination which is regarded as the toughest examination in India. There are many other examples as well. See, if you will think you are weak and cannot do, then, you can never get over with any exam. But, if you come over this fear of your failures or thinking yourself as weak, you will surely become successful. Coming to Banking exam preparation, it is not that difficult to crack it. Even if you devote 5-6 hours in a day religiously on the daily basis, you can crack it out. You are just 21 only, don't feel like in this age you need to crack out the world. Don't feel pressure of this sort. It will down your morale only. Try to get over this first. Do things which gives you pleasure and happiness. Try to spend some happy moments with you. In this tensed phase, you cannot prepare well for the examination. So, come out of it, make any hobby and talk to people with whom you feel positive. Start readings books. When you will come out of this negativity, you will surely crack the exam. Nobody is weak or strong, it is just the matter of efforts and sincerity you put in your work, which either results in success or failure. Without having a positive attitude, you cannot get into any of the examination. So, come out of this discomfort and then get yourself a copy of syllabus for the entrance examination and read it carefully. After make a schedule as per your needs and try to follow it daily. Attempt mocks which will help you in boosting your confidence and revision. In the beginning, it's like almost everyone get low marks in mocks, but, do make this thing bother you much. Because as you will read over and revise again and again, then you will come to understand the problems you might be facing to solve that problem. For general knowledge part, start reading ncerts from class 6-12 which will clear your basics and then move to standard books. For current affairs, read newspaper like The Hindu. For improving English, you need to read more, speak more and Write more in English as language only comes with practice.
I am attaching the link of syllabus for your reference: https://competition.careers360.com/articles/ibps-po-syllabus
what type of general knowledge question are using in NDA examination give some examples
the gk questions that are asked in NDA are so easy. they are most common things we come across everyday.
the types of questions are like
full form of LED, LCD, LIGO, what is big bang,, largest planet in solar system.
and in general content, it is like, number of states in a country. capital of a state, capital of a country
what book should we prefer for general knowledge for students appearing in NDA 2021 AND 2022 ( ARIHANT GK OR LUCENT GK ) and what books should we prefer for social science??
Is the syllabus of general knowledge for NDA and CDS same???I did my general knowledge classes for Nda...Is it enough for cds exam.
Both exams have diffence of mathematics sections. Also, nda is based on 10+1 and 10+2 syllabus whereas CDS is undergraduation based. However both have a section of general knowledge, which is almost same in both exam, but the pattern of asking questions may vary. So it is advisable to check some of the previous years papers.
Hi I want to prepare for UPSC. Next year after 12th in 2021. If I start Indian Polity during my first year of graduation will the syllabus remain same even after2-3 years till I complete my graduation. Same for history, geography and other subjects except general knowledge . Is it a good idea ?
The next big change that will happen would be the removal of optional subject from main exam.
However, I am of firm belief that one should not expect this or any other change before CSE 2022. Currently, with the corona pandemic, the government would want to avoid any issue where the government is seen in negative light.So even if yoy prepare certain subject content cant be changed so its all knowledge keep learning!
hope it helped.
how do I prepare for IPU CET BCA in general knowledge
Read more and more books because questions can be asked from anywhere right. I will enlist down below some of the most preferred general knowledge books -
- General Knowledge book by Pearson
- General affairs by Lucent
- GK by Arihant Publications
- Guide to General knowledge by Disha
Go through these books as mucch as possiblle and then you will have a decen exposure.
Refer to the site below for more details regarding same...
Best wishes. Thank you.
Hello sir, currently Im persuing b.tech from computer science branch and I want to apply for this form, from where I can prepare for general awareness and general knowledge ?
You haven't mentioned about which form you're enquiring about, anyway for general awareness and general knowledge, there are two parts, one is static portion for which you may go through Lucent's GK book/any other standard book in the market, you can also refer sites such as GKToday or alike where content is presented in compiled form catering to different categories. Now, coming to the dynamic portion, the best way to deal with this is to read newspaper on a daily basis, you can choose The Hindu, equally good is Indian Express, or you can go through monthly magazines like Pratiyogita Darpan, there are many competitive exam sites which offer this information in compiled form for monthly basis, these are sites of banking or upsc exams, you can also refer this in case you don't want to read newspaper on a daily basis, but this is the best option as you don't have to mug up everything at the time of appearing examination, also after going through newspaper, you can go through daily MCQs provided in various sites for revision as well as retaining information.This integrated approach works well, as this is a consistent and gradual way of retaining information.
I bought Arihant book for preparation of du b.el.ed entrance exam it has reasoning and general knowledge too but these two topics are not in syllabus , is there any syllabus change , I have to study them or not ? I am confused about it !
According to the official syllabus, DU B.El.Ed consists of 100 MCQs in English, Hindi, Social Sciences,Mathematics and Science upto Class 10. There is no General Knowledge and Reasoning topics in the Syllabus. So under English, go for Comprehension and Verbal Ability. If you have already brought the book, we would suggest you to first complete the Subjects and then may be a just a week before the exam, read through the reasoning and General Knowledge just in case if there are questions asked out of syllabus. But mostly they will not be because the official bulletin doesn't mention any Reasoning and General Knowledge as topics in the Entrance examination.
IMUCET has released in its brochure that there will be no GENERAL KNOWLEDGE section this time in 2020, what will be the new exam pattern with number of questions for each section? thank you
According to the official website: https://www.imu.edu.in/images/Academic%20Brochure%20-2020-2021%20-%2030.06.2020.pdf , the exam will be for 200 MCQs and the syllabus will be in English, General Aptitude, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as 12th level. For Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, stick to NCERT books of 11th and 12th syllabus. NCERT books will sharpen your basics and you need strong basics for preparing for any entrance examination. Once your basics are in place, because the time period for preparation is quite less, your preparation should be extensive and thorough. For General Aptitude, few topics that you need to cover and practise are: Numbers, HCF and LCM of Numbers, Decimal Fractions, Square Roots and Cube Roots, Average, Problems on Ages, Percentage, Profit and Loss, Ratio and Proportion, Time and Work, Pipes and Cistern, Time and Distance, Problems on Trains, Boats and Streams, Alligation, Simple and Compound Interest, Logarithms, Area, Volume and Surface areas, Calendar, Clocks, Permutation and Combinations, Probability, Reasoning, Sitting Arrangements, Blood relations and Data Interpretation. There is no negative marking. There might be 40 questions in each session. In English section, command on your English, Grammar, Vocabulary, Understanding of the given paragraph are of more importance. Reading English NewsPaper will also help you in your preparation.
Which course is best for learning general knowledge
There is no course to learn General knowledge. You can get books for GE and read it. There are many videos for old current affairs and they provide daily update. You can get them from YouTube. Follow news daily. Note down important notes while watching.
Read books for GE which provides history of country and other information. There are daily and weekly magazines available. You can buy them and refer them too.
This is a self study process and no course is available for it. So you have to learn in your pace and remember it. Most of it is facts. There is no other way to just remember it.
Hope it helps!