Is it possible to prepare for the PO and SSC banking exams simultaneously?

Updated on : December 8, 2021 by Archie Chapman



Is it possible to prepare for the PO and SSC banking exams simultaneously?

Hello, Yes, it is possible to prepare for both.

I myself have approved: SSC CGL 2019 tier2 (waiting for the result of tier3) and IBPS PO 2020 (I got PNB-AIR 247).

SSC Curriculum - Reasoning, English, Math, General Awareness, Essay / Letter / Accuracy, etc. Total - 700 points of which English and Math give 500, GA 50, Reasoning 50, Essay / Letter / Precision 100. So both English and Math is very important.

SBI / IBPS PO - Reasoning, English, Mathematics, General and Financial Awareness, Essay / Letter, Interview. In this, all subjects have almost equal weighting.

Here's how you can do both at the same time:

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Hello, Yes, it is possible to prepare for both.

I myself have approved: SSC CGL 2019 tier2 (waiting for the result of tier3) and IBPS PO 2020 (I got PNB-AIR 247).

SSC Curriculum - Reasoning, English, Math, General Awareness, Essay / Letter / Accuracy, etc. Total - 700 points of which English and Math give 500, GA 50, Reasoning 50, Essay / Letter / Precision 100. So both English and Math is very important.

SBI / IBPS PO - Reasoning, English, Mathematics, General and Financial Awareness, Essay / Letter, Interview. In this, all subjects have almost equal weighting.

Here's how you can do both at the same time:

If you want to prepare for both, let me tell you that if you prepare for SSC level math and English, your math and banking English will be covered automatically. SSC Math and English cover all Banking English and Math curriculum topics. Therefore, you do not need to prepare for these issues separately for banking. If you diligently prepare these subjects for the SSC, you will automatically be able to obtain an extraordinary score in these subjects in the banking exams.

The reasoning for both exams is quite different. You have to prepare yourself to reason both exams separately. The curriculum is different and there is also a difference in the level of difficulty. For preparation, just do a lot of simulations and watch some YouTube videos. Preparing for reasoning is easy for both tests.

Apart from this, the GA of banking mainly includes current affairs, however the GA of SSC mainly includes current affairs, politics, history, geography, economics, general science, etc. So you can see that the SSC GA preparation will also cover the banking GA. However, you should cover some other financial news topics separately for banking. (You can simply follow adda247 / cloudaffairs for updates on both exams).

For essay and letter writing SSC is more difficult to prepare as no option is offered in essay / letter writing and your essay topics are also a bit difficult nowadays (the pattern has changed now) . Personally, I think if you prepare for the SSC essay and letter writing, then you don't need to prepare separately for the bench essay and letter writing at all.

So in general, if you are preparing for SSC CGL, you will be asked to prepare just rationale, current affairs (for principals), interviews, and practice of many separate simulations for banking.

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If possible.

Note that this answer will not give you a magic mantra to pass both exams.

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It will take a lot of dedication on your part if you want to ensure that you are well equipped to simultaneously prepare for the BANK PO and SSC CGL exams and pass them on the first shot.

However, it is more about knowing if you are capable of preparing for both exams. For that, you must know a few things.

1. Bank PO and SSC CGL exam pattern and syllabus and weighting of each topic.

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Note that this answer will not give you a magic mantra to pass both exams.

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It will take a lot of dedication on your part if you want to ensure that you are well equipped to simultaneously prepare for the BANK PO and SSC CGL exams and pass them on the first shot.

However, it is more about knowing if you are capable of preparing for both exams. For that, you must know a few things.

1. Bank PO and SSC CGL exam pattern and syllabus and weighting of each topic.

This step is very important before starting any exam preparation. It gives you a basic idea about the exam and puts you on the right track for your preparation.

2. Your current preparedness level.

Once you know the pattern and syllabus, you need to know where you stand in terms of readiness. This is a very important step because it will help you to reality check. Show up for 1-2 mock tests for both exams and see if you are comfortable with the type of questions.

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Simulated testing of bank purchase orders

Simulated tests SSC CGL

This exercise will help you assess the following:
(a) The difference between your current level of preparation and the level required to pass the exam.
(b) If you need to work on certain topics from scratch.
(c) If you are taking too long to answer questions.

3. Make a list of topics in the following categories:

For the bank purchase order:

(A) Issues that you are comfortable with and can resolve quickly

You do not need to work on these issues separately. Whatever you need to be lagging in can be covered by showing up for mock testing only.

(B) Issues that you are comfortable with but take time to resolve

These topics can be improved very quickly, and your score will improve in no time after a little practice.

(C) Issues you previously solved but forgot the method

You should spend enough time on these topics. Review a topic and then look for questions to see its improvement. Repeat this for all those topics.

(D) Topics you are not comfortable with at all

Keep these topics for last as they will take a long time.

For SSC CGL:

Now, do the same exercise as above for SSC CGL. This process may seem time consuming, but in its overall preparation, it will save you time. You can save additional time by using the detailed analysis feature after each mock test in Testbook. This will tell you what level your readiness is at.

4. Cut-off points from previous years for the Bank PO and SSC CGL exams.

In these exams, the cut is more important than the actual score. This is because cuts are the first hurdle you have to cross to reach your goal. You need to hit the minimum score before you can start dreaming of maximizing your score. So, once you've presented yourself for some mock tests, review the cutoffs for these tests and find out the difference you need to cover.

IBPS PO cut-off points for final grades

IBPS PO 2015 network outage

Official IBPS PO Cut for 2015

SSC CGL courts from previous years

5. Differences and similarities between the program and the difficulty levels of both exams.

This is the most crucial step. This analysis will help you make an informed decision. This is because this is the part of the plan where you plot to get the most performance in the least amount of time.

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(A) Quantitative aptitude (mathematics)

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In SBI PO, the questions are mainly asked about data interpretation, averages, speed and distance in time, measurement, interest, percentage, algebra, time and work, approximation, etc. However, the focus of the Quant section of SBI PO Mains will be on data analysis and interpretation.

On the other hand, SSC CGL is likely to cover a wider variety of topics in addition to those asked on the SBI PO exam. Some of these are geometry and trigonometry.

His approach:

Your approach should be simple. First, prepare all the topics covered in the SBI PO Quant syllabus. Keep showing up for SBI PO drills and see if you can get more grades than previous years cuts. Before the SBI PO Mains exam, opt for higher-level questions on data interpretation, data analysis, and data sufficiency.

The good thing is that apart from the additional chapters in CGL, the SBI PO Preliminary Exam level will be higher than the SSC CGL Level I Exam. So if you clear the SBI PO Preliminary limits, you will also you will be prepared for those chapters in SSC CGL. Shift your focus to those additional chapters on the SSC CGL exam, only after you're done with your SBI PO prep. Be sure to run mock SSC CGL tests through this process.

(B) English language

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In the SBI PO exam, the questions are mainly asked for Reading Comprehension, Para Jumbles, Cloze Test, Fill in the Blanks, Error Detection, Phrase Replacement and Sentence Correction, Word Association Pair, etc. These questions are intended to test your understanding and usage skills.

On the other hand, in the SSC CGL exam, there is more emphasis on grammar and vocabulary. On the Level I exam, you will need to address the meaning of phrases or idioms, spelling, and word substitution, in addition to the SBI PO topics. On the Level II exam, you will find several questions about direct and indirect speech, as well as active and passive voice.

His approach:

Since the English level at SSC is very basic and SBI PO also asks 5-10 grammar questions, start with the SSC grammar level. Once you start getting average grades, move on to other SBI PO questions. Learn vocabulary daily. Also, regularly practice Reading Comprehensions, Para Jumbles, and Cloze Tests.

Once you are done with the SBI PO Prelims exam, you can begin studying for the higher grammar questions asked on the SSC CGL Level II exam.

(C) Ability to reason (logical reasoning)

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The type of questions and the level of difficulty are very different in both exams. In the SSC CGL exam, the level of reasoning is very easy. On the other hand, reasoning is considered by most students to be the hardest part of the SBI PO exam.

In SBI PO, questions are mainly based on seating arrangements, syllogisms, puzzles, input-output, encoding and decoding, order and classification, inequalities, directions and distances, blood relations, verbal reasoning, etc. Many of these chapters appear in SSC CGL exam as well, but at a lower level.

His approach:

Since you need to study Reasoning for SBI PO anyway, make sure you do it thoroughly. You will not need to replay these chapters for SSC CGL. Just be sure to take a lot of mock SBI PO tests. Also be sure to get plenty of Reasoning questions in the Testbook Practice & Test app and elsewhere.

Once you are done with the Reasoning chapters requested in SBI PO, you can take a look at the additional Reasoning chapters requested in the SSC CGL Level I exam. Remember that there are NO reasoning questions asked in the SSC CGL Level II exam. So focus most of your effort on preparing Reasoning NOW!

(D) General awareness (and financial awareness)

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There is no General Awareness section in the OSE OP preliminaries. On the other hand, the General Awareness section at SBI PO Mains focuses on Financial Awareness. The General Awareness section has 50 points on the Level I exam. At Level II, however, it has 200 points, that is, 50% of its work.

It goes without saying that general awareness will play a key role in your preparation. How you prepare for this section will set you apart from those who prepare GA at the last minute without any real strategy.

The GA section of both SSC CGL exams largely covers Static GK topics along with some topical questions. Static GK includes topics such as History, Geography, Politics, Science and Technology in General, Environment, Sports, etc. and also topical questions. The syllabus for this part is obviously very extensive.

Your approach to current affairs and financial awareness:

You need to make sure you approach this section wisely. Be sure to read the Daily Current Affairs capsules. In addition, you must take the daily news questionnaires. This is an activity that you should make a daily habit. Spend 15-20 minutes a day on Current Affairs. This is best accomplished with the Current Affairs app.

Increase your awareness of current affairs with financial awareness capsules and financial awareness quizzes. You can postpone the Financial Awareness study until after the OSE PO preliminaries if you don't have time. But for the best results, you'd better not put it off for too long.

For both Current Affairs and Financial Awareness, you should be up to date with at least 3-4 months of news. If you have time, come back in 5-6 months. Don't forget the "sweet spot"! That is, important news 2 to 2.5 months before the exam date.

Your approach to Static GK:

Now comes the tricky part! How and how much to study Static GK. You already know that Static GK can appear on both exams, but it appears heavily on the SSC CGL exam. You need to cover many topics and, most importantly, remember everything you have read. It will not be possible for you to study all of the Static GK only after the SBI PO exam is completed. Therefore, you must start the preparation immediately.

The best approach for Static GK is to read the Static GK articles and capsules and save them as PDF files for review. Perform the Static GK tests once you are done with the capsules. This will help you test your retention. Also be sure to practice the questions in the Testbook practice app to cover various topics. This also has the added advantage that you are testing a combination of questions. Some GK question banks will also help you solve the problem.

(E) Computer skills

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Just one more topic to cover. The portion for this section is small and if you have used a computer, you will be able to prepare this portion very quickly. This section will weigh heavily on the SBI PO Mains exam. On the other hand, you will find a maximum of 2 questions on the SSC CGL exam. It's a scoring topic that can be quickly resolved on paper, so don't ignore it.

Your strategy:

Unlike Current Affairs & GK, where the chunk is huge, this one has a fixed curriculum. The concepts can be easily understood if you show a little interest. Use the app to practice. And keep looking for Computer Knowledge Capsules in PDF.

6. Your career goals.

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The nature of the job, powers, benefits, and career prospects are very different for both positions. You must decide what you want out of life and in what direction you want your career to move.

All about Bank PO:

Top 10 reasons to join SBI

SBI PO Job Profile Career Growth and Promotions for SBI PO

SBI PO Salary, Allowances, and Benefits

All about SSC CGL:

7 important things to know about SSC CGL 2016

SSC CGL publications, job profiles and order of preference

18 Important Questions Answered About SSC CGL 2016

7. Remaining preparation time.

Your decision will also depend on the time factor, as you should not make plans that are unattainable. Time plays an important role. Because at the end of the day, if you run out of time, even the best laid plans will go to waste.

In conclusion,

The information provided above should serve as a starting point for how to prepare for the 2016 Bank PO and SSC CGL exams simultaneously. Start with the common topics. Thereafter, move on to topics that will give you the maximum return in terms of the marks you get. Don't forget to reevaluate your strategy every week.

I know the answer is long, but you have a very good perspective that will not only help you decide whether to attend both exams, but will also help you prepare.

Hope this answer helps you in some way. Good luck!!

BIG NO, let's do an in-depth analysis

First of all, let me tell you the similarities between the programs of the two, ie, REASONING, QUANT, ENGLISH.

Now let's talk about the differences between them, that is, REASONING, QUANTITY, ENGLISH.

LOL, you may be abusing me because of my PG, but the thing is, the level of these 3.

On the one hand, when we have easier English and reasoning in SSC (mostly basic) than in BANK, the level of Quant in SSC is very high (in MAINS).
PS: The amount of the banking exam network is mainly about DI.

Now you can counter me, but let me give you an example first,

'We studied ONE HUNDRED

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BIG NO, let's do an in-depth analysis

First of all, let me tell you the similarities between the programs of the two, ie, REASONING, QUANT, ENGLISH.

Now let's talk about the differences between them, that is, REASONING, QUANTITY, ENGLISH.

LOL, you may be abusing me because of my PG, but the thing is, the level of these 3.

On the one hand, when we have easier English and reasoning in SSC (mostly basic) than in BANK, the level of Quant in SSC is very high (in MAINS).
PS: The amount of the banking exam network is mainly about DI.

Now you can counter me, but let me give you an example first,

'First we studied SCIENCE, then it forked and became PCB, then it also forked and topics became chapters and then chapters became topics, what I'm trying to say is that we have to do a specialization to stand out between this great crowd.

In addition, the banking exams are dynamic in nature, that is, if someone wants, they can get a banking job in a period of 1 year maximum. But on the other hand, to get a job through SSC you have to be patient, it will take time, especially for GA.

To summarize, I will say first get a government. Work should be your priority (when the unemployment rate is ON n ON), so you should prioritize getting a bank clerk job, so that you not only become financially independent, but also that your parents are satisfied with your performance AND the most important advantage is that you will have a work-life balance (due to your fixed time of 10 to 5) so that you can dedicate some time to your further studies (SSC or whatever).

Then after landing the job, your preparation should always be ON, be it for SSC or internal exams.

Lastly, I'll just say one line.

"a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush"

I hope that helps.

Yes, it is possible to prepare for the Bank PO and SSC exams simultaneously. Since there are banking coaching institutes all over India, many students choose to prepare for both exams at the same time. This gives them the backing of qualifying for at least one exam. But if you hold the same belief, it may happen that you do not invest all your efforts. You may neglect one of the exams in the vain hope that if you don't clear the PO from the bank, you will have a chance to pass the SSC. Don't make this mistake. If you are preparing simultaneously, put all your efforts into it.

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Yes, it is possible to prepare for the Bank PO and SSC exams simultaneously. Since there are banking coaching institutes all over India, many students choose to prepare for both exams at the same time. This gives them the backing of qualifying for at least one exam. But if you hold the same belief, it may happen that you do not invest all your efforts. You may neglect one of the exams in the vain hope that if you don't clear the PO from the bank, you will have a chance to pass the SSC. Don't make this mistake. If you are preparing simultaneously, put all your efforts into it.

I will cover the main similarities and differences in both exams. In the SSC document, general studies questions are asked covering topics such as geography, history, general science, politics, economics.

In Bank PO, the questions are asked from General Awareness that revolve mainly around the banking areas. This is the main difference in this article. SSC requires a full study for the GS paper.

The similarity is found in the Reasoning section. In the SSC document, you will find simpler questions about reasoning. These questions are not as severe as the questions asked in other competitive exams. On the Bank PO exam, the reasoning questions are pretty standard. You should go the extra mile and more practice for the Banking Reasoning exam.

The English paper is almost typical for both exams. There are not many differences between the syllabi of the two subjects. So you can quickly prepare for Bank PO and SSC simultaneously. You just need to study hard for the SSC exam because the syllabus is broader. But also in this case, when you study for the SSC English Essay, you can thoroughly cover the Bank PO exam English syllabus in the same preparation.

Another difference between Bank PO and SSC is that Bank PO selects you after a final round of interview. But there is no personal interview stage during the final SSC election.

The best way to simultaneously prepare for Bank PO and SSC is by purchasing a Pendrive course from Study IQ. You will get all the study materials you need to prepare for both exams. You will also get free PDF files and mock test jobs.

Prepare yourself well and I wish you good luck!

Yes ... It is possible to prepare for the Bank PO and SSC CGL exams simultaneously. The main differences and similarities between these exams are listed below:

Differences

1 study program

* CGL's Quant-Syllabus includes Geometry, Trigonometry, and Measurement, while no questions are asked from these sections in the banking exams. Bank PO focuses more on the data interpretation section.

* English-CGL relies more on grammar, while Bank PO relies more on comprehension.

* CGL's reasoning-reasoning is easy to moderate, while Bank PO's reasoning is moderate to difficult and focuses on puzzles and analytical reasoning.

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Yes ... It is possible to prepare for the Bank PO and SSC CGL exams simultaneously. The main differences and similarities between these exams are listed below:

Differences

1 study program

* CGL's Quant-Syllabus includes Geometry, Trigonometry, and Measurement, while no questions are asked from these sections in the banking exams. Bank PO focuses more on the data interpretation section.

* English-CGL relies more on grammar, while Bank PO relies more on comprehension.

* CGL's reasoning-reasoning is easy to moderate, while Bank PO's reasoning is moderate to difficult and focuses on puzzles and analytical reasoning.

* The General Awareness-CGL curriculum is comprehensive and includes questions on topics such as history, geography, politics, economics, physics, chemistry, biology, etc., but PO banking exams ask questions about current affairs and general awareness with special reference to the banking industry. .

* Computer skills: there is a separate section of computer science in the PO exams, while in CGL 2-4 questions. are asked from this section.

Similarities

Both jobs are done online. CGL is held online for the first time in 2016.

Many similarities between quantitative syllabus and reasoning.

The main problem is that the bank exams are carried out throughout the year. You will end up taking 1-2 banking exams per month (even 4-5 exams from October to December) and your focus will automatically shift to the banking PO. Get plenty of time to prepare for specific sections of CGL. If you can manage this, please continue ..

PS: the questions that are asked in the banking exams are much more difficult (especially after watching IBPS PO main 2016) than CGL

Yes, it is absolutely possible to prepare for both exams. You just need to be dedicated and work hard to achieve your desired goal. There are some common themes in the syllabi of both exams. Apart from these topics, there are other different topics that you must study in order to pass the exam.

Important books for SSC

  1. English language
  • Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis
  • English for General Competitions by Neetu Singh (Volume 1)
  • English for General Competitions by Neetu Singh (Volume 2)
  • Objective General English Paperback by SP Bakshi

2. Quantitative aptitude

  • SSC Mathematics 1999-September
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Yes, it is absolutely possible to prepare for both exams. You just need to be dedicated and work hard to achieve your desired goal. There are some common themes in the syllabi of both exams. Apart from these topics, there are other different topics that you must study in order to pass the exam.

Important books for SSC

  1. English language
  • Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis
  • English for General Competitions by Neetu Singh (Volume 1)
  • English for General Competitions by Neetu Singh (Volume 2)
  • Objective General English Paperback by SP Bakshi

2. Quantitative aptitude

  • SSC Mathematics 1999-September 2018 Questions by Type 7300+ Objective Questions
  • Fast Track Objective Arithmetic Paperback by Rajesh Verma
  • Quantum Cat Quantitative Fitness

3. Reasoning ability

  • Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey
  • Documents resolved by chapters and types of reasoning SSC of Kiran 1999 to March 2018
  • Reasoning Test for All Competitive Exams by Edgar Thorpe

4. General awareness

  • General Knowledge with Lucent General Science
  • General Studies SSC 7300+ (Rakesh Yadav)
  • Kiran SSC General Awareness Chapter Solved and Typographic Documents

Important books for the bank purchase order

  1. Quantitative aptitude, interpretation and data analysis
  • Quantum CAT by Sarvesh Kumar Verma
  • How to Prepare for CAT Data Interpretation by Arun Sharma
  • Magic Book on Faster Maths by M Tyra
  • Objective Fast Track Arithmetic by Rajesh Verma
  • Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations by RS Aggarwal

2. Reasoning ability

  • Un nuevo enfoque para el razonamiento verbal y no verbal por BS Sijwali e Indu Sijwali
  • Razonamiento analítico de MK Pandey (Para los capítulos necesarios para el razonamiento analítico)
  • A Modern Approach to Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning by R.S. Aggarwal

3. English Language

  • Objective General English by SP Bakshi
  • Descriptive General English by SP Bakshi and Richa Sharma
  • High School English Grammar and Composition by Wren and Martin
  • Word Power Made Easy by Normal Lewis
  • The Hindu or The Economic Times

4. General Awareness with Special Awareness on Banking / Economy

  • Banking Awareness by Arihant Publications
  • Static General Knowledge by Arihant Publications
  • Current Affairs can be prepared from monthly magazines such as Banking Services Chronicle (BSC Publications), Newspapers, etc.

5. Computer Awareness

  • Objective Computer Awareness for General Competitive Exams by Arihant Publications

Some online test series for a better grasp of the Exam pattern

  • Testprep training
  • Gradeup
  • Udemy Online Classes
  • Textbook

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La respuesta puede ser diferente dependiendo de la competencia y dedicación del estudiante. Si puede navegar muy bien los dos barcos simultáneamente, entonces es su deseo. Así que aquí podemos discutir el plan de estudios y el patrón de ambos exámenes.

Let's start with 1) English: For the banking exam, it is based on understanding. Requires efficient reading skills with comprehension. You should have a good command of sentence rearrangement, fills, proof of closure, RC, etc. (kind of like the CAT exam) but the question level is not as difficult as the cat exam. Here grammar does not play a vital role in deciphering the banking exam.

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The answer may be different depending on the competence and dedication of the student. If you can navigate both boats very well simultaneously, then it is your wish. So here we can discuss the syllabus and pattern of both exams.

Let's start with 1) English: For the banking exam, it is based on understanding. Requires efficient reading skills with comprehension. You should have a good command of sentence rearrangement, fills, proof of closure, RC, etc. (kind of like the CAT exam) but the question level is not as difficult as the cat exam. Here grammar does not play a vital role in deciphering the banking exam.

If I talk about the SSC exam, you should focus on the grammar section in depth, also on the vocabulary.

En segundo lugar 2) Matemáticas: la parte de aritmética es común en ambos exámenes.

Data interpretation in banking is a different section in mains exam which is least or hardly concerned in ssc .

But syllabus for SSC maths is more .u also need to cover algebra, trigonometry, mensuration 2D,3D (high level questions) & geometrey and circles are crucial topics .

3) reasoning is far tough in banking exam . Seating arrangement and puzzles have good weightage .

But for SSC ,reasoning is too easy to be solved.

Most important parameter that u can't avoid . The General awareness section that comprises of geography, history,polity, economics ,phy,chem,bio (up to 10th level) , current affairs for SSC exam but this section has no give & take in banking exam. Only current affairs is common for both exam.

So plan accordingly . If you are willing to do then you can do also . Just hope the schedule of both exams should not fall in the same month otherwise it will become a barrier because u can't write mock test of two different exams simultaneously.

Good luck !

As I prepared both the exams and cracked too, I think I am well qualified to answer this question. I remember I have answered the similar question last year or last of last year you may find in my answer as I use to write about the banking and ssc exams and jobs.

Yes ... it is very possible to prepare for both the exams and other exams that have the same questions as the banking and ssc exams. Many people, including myself, have passed both exams with flying colors. You can also score both exams as long as you have studied math and English well up to Xth level and have not lost contact with

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As I prepared for the exams and did it as well, I think I am well qualified to answer this question. I remember answering a similar question last year or last year from last year that you can find in my answer as I use to write about banking and ssc exams and jobs.

Yes…it is very much possible to prepare for both the exams and other exams too which question same as banks and ssc exams. Many a person including me has qualified both the exam with flying colours. You too can qualify both the exams provided that you have studied maths and english well up to Xth standard and were not out of touch with maths and english after your Xth, XIIth or whatever.

If you were the same as I cited in the above line, you may qualify with good ranks if you study with well dedication. For preparation of either of the exams what I followed is first complete/practice the syllabus of the exam then start taking test series and find your shortcomings in your preparation then again go back to the syllabus book and see why you are not able to solve the question, solve the same type of some question again you give test and follow until you become error less.

You can surely prepare for both at the same time if you follow a good study routine. Once you know the pattern and syllabus, you need to know where you stand in terms of readiness. This is a very important step because it will help you to reality check. Show up for 1-2 mock tests for both exams and see if you are comfortable with the type of questions. You can also discuss this with the teacher. Teachers at Vidya Guru Institution can help you better in that. They will tell you better about it. The difference between your current level of preparation and the level required to pass the

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You can surely prepare for both at the same time if you follow a good study routine. Once you know the pattern and syllabus, you need to know where you stand in terms of preparation. This is a very crucial step because it will help you do the reality check. Appear for 1-2 mock tests for both the exams and see if you are comfortable with the type of questions. You can discuss this with the teacher as well. Vidya Guru institution teachers can help you best in that. They will tell you best about that. The difference between your current preparation level and the level that is required to pass the exam. This is what I have done to make my preparation the best as well. Vidya Guru teachers helped me best to make my preparation from scratch. They helped me maintain the speed as well. I would suggest you must take their online coaching or visit their website. You will surely get the best idea of their service.

Because of their best videos, I have made my preparation best. Vidya Guru, have found the essential needs to crack these exams and have concocted inventive instructing techniques to give Bank Coaching to the aspirants. Vidya Guru Online coaching encourages them to have a quality arrangement of the bank exams and give Hard Copy study material to beat the difficulties coming in the way.

I would suggest you join Vidya Guru online coaching only for the best preparation.

I would suggest you to prepare only for one either one which you feel more confident about and also if you think that Bank Po is more easily crack-able for you then go for that other go for the other one.

This is said because if you try to catch two balls at the same time, there is a chance that one will slip, but if you try to only try one, there is a better chance that you will catch the ball, so focus on a complete first that task, then go to the second one.

Here hoping that one has understood what I am trying to say after this, the most important thing that comes here is that where d

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I suggest that you prepare for only one of which you feel more secure and also if you think Bank Po is easier for you to break, then go for the other, go for the other.

This is said because if you try to catch two balls at the same time, there is a chance that one will slip, but if you try to only try one, there is a better chance that you will catch the ball, so focus on a complete first that task, then go to the second one.

Here hoping that one has understood what I am trying to say after this, the most important thing that comes here is that where do you prepare.

A major part of your clearing exam depends on the way you are preparing for it as there three for the preparation such as-

  • Offline Institutes
  • Free Sources On Google
  • Online Institutes

These are the following ways through which one can learn online marketing depending upon the way one wants to learn .

If one goes for the first option then he/she will have to bear the following things as mentioned below -

  • High fee amount
  • Similar content as others
  • Less duration of the courses
  • Travelling expenses
  • No self planing strategy

Along with all these problem one might have to face the problem of not having complete content as these institutes might not complete the content properly because of being in hurry of completing the course in the duration mentioned .

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Te aconsejo que te prepares para un tipo de examen a la vez. El plan de estudios de los exámenes SSC y Bank es muy diferente entre sí. Si intenta estudiar para ambos exámenes, ciertamente no resultará eficaz para ninguno de los dos. Como dicen, uno no debe viajar en dos botes a la vez. He visto a personas preparándose para muchos exámenes a la vez, pero no terminan aprobando ninguno.

Sin embargo, si se prepara para ambos exámenes simultáneamente, aún puede aprobarlos, pero es posible que necesite más de un intento. (No significa que sea imposible romperlos en el primer intento).

So if you follow my advice, you

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I advise you to prepare for one type of exam at a time. The curriculum for the SSC and Bank exams is very different from each other. If you try to study for both tests, it will certainly not be effective for either. As they say, one should not travel in two boats at the same time. I've seen people preparing for many exams at once, but they don't end up passing any.

However, if you prepare for both exams simultaneously, you can still pass them, but it may take more than one attempt. (It does not mean that it is impossible to break them on the first try.)

So, if you go by my advice, Set your priority keeping in mind that which job between these two would you prefer over the other and direct your preparation according to that.

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