Part-I : Benefits of solving previous year’s papers.

An important strategy in efficient preparation of  IBPS PO exams is solving previous years question papers. This is the first thing you must do before you start preparing from any book!

In this post you will find :

  1. Part-I : What do you Gain from Previous Years Papers of IBPS-PO.
  2. Part-II :How to extract maximum from previous year’s papers.

What do you Gain from Previous Years Papers of IBPS-PO:

1. Familiarize you with the examination pattern

Solving previous year’s IBPS PO papers prepares candidates for the type of questions expected in the exam, the difficulty level. This equips them better to deal with surprises.

2. Ascertain frequently asked questions in IBPS PO

Students can identify popular questions by glancing through 3-4 IBPS-PO previous year papers. The probability of frequently asked questions being repeated is high in sections like Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning and students can focus on such questions by solving previous years question papers. The exact questions are not repeated, but they would be asked on similar lines.

3. Helps you test your preparation level

By ACTUALLY SOLVING previous year’s papers, one comes to know which areas/topics in Quantitative section or reasoning section need a brush up or some more learning. You come to know your weaknesses in solving Reading Comprehensions or Sentence Correction (topics which are usually left unprepared). Moreover, you find out if you need to improve speed and accuracy.

4. Facilitates last moment preparation

Previous year’s papers assists in helping the students who start studying at the last minute and don’t have time to study the entire syllabus of IBPS-PO . One can identify important questions by studying from IBPS PO last year’s papers and can focus on such questions during the last minute preparations.

Stay tunned for : How to extract maximum from Previous Year’s Papers


Try IBPS PO 2015 and test yourself against the candidates all over the country. The questions in the test series are based on the latest exam pattern but after detailed analysis of 10 years Bank-PO papers.

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