## How can I study math for Bank PO?

How deal with Maths while preparing for Bank PO exam

- Start with basics.
- Try to learn Vedic mathematics.
- Targeting syllabus more precisely.
- Emphasize on understanding.
- Practice more and more.
- Keep in mind nature of exam.
- Way of attempting in exam.
- Conclusion.

## What level of maths is required for bank po?

The bank PO Quantitative Aptitude section includes problems from middle school level i.e. 6th standard to 10th standard. For candidates who find mathematics as an interesting paper, they can solve the bank exam questions of this section easily.

**Is maths important for bank po?**

No, not necessary for IBPS PO or any banking exams. But for your knowledge it is necessary for UPSC(maths), ssc cgl/mts/chsl, railways … And any defence dept or central govt. department exams.

### Which maths are required for bank exams?

Topic Covered :

SR. NO. | TOPIC | NUMBER OF QUESTIONS |
---|---|---|

1 | SIMPLIFICATION | 50 |

2 | APPROXIMATION | 50 |

3 | PERCENTAGE | 50 |

4 | PROFIT, LOSS AND DISCOUNT | 50 |

### What is SBI PO salary?

What is the starting SBI PO salary? Ans. The starting SBI PO salary is Rs. 41,960/- (basic pay) which is followed by four increments. The pay scale of a Probationary Officer/ Management Trainee is 36000-1490/7-46430-1740/2-49910-1990/7-63840.

**Is there maths in IBPS PO?**

This IBPS exam is conducted in three stages which are as follows: IBPS PO Preliminary Exam….Quantitative Aptitude Topics for IBPS PO.

Topic | Average Marks |
---|---|

Data Interpretation | 5-10 marks |

Simplification | 3-5 marks |

Number Series | 3-5 marks |

Inequalities | 3-5 marks |

#### What level of maths is required for SBI PO?

Dear aspirant in sbi po or any other government exams basic maths is asked 12 th level maths contains integration and differentiation which is nowhere in the syllabus for sbo po exam so prepare for the basic level maths mainly from class 6 to 10th maths.

#### Can I become banker without maths?

Yes!. It is not mandatory to have maths at plus two to study investment banking. Any graduate can pursue career in investment banking. It is better to have some certificate or diploma course.

**Can we go in banking without maths?**

The answer is yes! Management, law, hospitality, travel & tourism, general commerce, banking, insurance, foreign trade, journalism, accounting, animation, economics etc are some of the notable areas where you can build a career!

## Which subject is best for bank po?

Bank Exams: Important subjects to focus on

- Quantitative Aptitude. It is one of the most important and scoring subject for candidates preparing for the banking exams.
- English. The candidates have high scope to secure good marks in English test.
- General Awareness.
- Reasoning Ability.
- Computer.

## How to prepare for Bank PO exam?

Before starting the Bank PO preparation, candidates must get familiar with the syllabus for the various subjects which are a part of the bank exam syllabus. The table given below gives the links to the subject-wise syllabus articles which are a part of the Probationary Officer exam: The CRP is covered into 2 phases namely:

**What are miscellaneous arithmetic questions for SBI PO aspirants?**

Its a very important topic for SBI PO Aspirants to practice. Miscellaneous Arithmetic Questions are generally called Word problems which belongs Average, Percentage, Ratio and Proportion, Profit and Loss, Compound Interest, Simple Interest etc.

### Which subject should I attempt first in the SBI entrance exam?

English Language: It is common for SBI and IBPS Prelims as well as Mains. The parts that take less time like Fill in the Blanks, Cloze Test, etc. can be solved easily and should be attempted first. The lengthy portions like comprehension and para jumbles must be done after the completion of these small topics.

### What is the last stage of the Bank PO selection process?

Once the CRP stage is through for a candidate, then the shortlisted candidates are called for the Interview which is supposed to be the last phase of the selection process. For better results in the upcoming exams, candidates must include solving previous year question papers as a part of their bank PO preparation.