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IBPS Common Written Exam is consist of following five parts:
2 English Language
3 Numerical Ability
4 General Awareness with special reference to Banking Industry
5 Computer Knowledge
Reasoning for Bank Exam
VERBAL REASONING: Coding-Decoding Test, Analogy Test, Classification Test, Blood Relation Test, Direction Test, Ranking Test, Series Test, Alphabet Test, Word formation and Arrangement Test, Sitting Arrangement Test, Puzzle Test, Filling the Missing Number, Calendar Test, Clock Test, Dice, Cube and Cuboids Test, Data Analysis Test, Data Sufficiency Test, Symbol Coding Test, Statement and Conclusion Test, Venn Diagram Test.
NON-VERBAL REASONING: Series Test, Analogy Test, Classification Test, Mirror image Test, Water Image Test, Paper Folding and Cutting, Figure Formation Test, Counting of figures, Miscellaneous.
Number System; Simplification and BODMAS; LCM & HCF; Surd , indices, Square and Square roots; Algebra; Percentage; Profit and Loss; Average; Ratio, proportion & Partnership; Simple and Compound interest; Time and Work; Time and Distance; Geometry - Triangles, Circle, Quadrilateral etc; Menstruation, Perimeter, volume ; Trigonometry; Height and Distance; Sequence and Series; Probability; Logarithms; Clock and Calculator; Data Analysis; Sets.
Maths for Banking
Synonyms, Antonyms, Common Errors, Articles, Noun, Pronoun, Tense, Infinitives & Gerund, Adjective, Prepositions, Cloze Test, Idioms and Phrases, Sentence Arrangement, Combination of two or more Sentences, Passage.