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# 15 Days study plan for IBPS RRB PO 2019

The IBPS RRBÂ POÂ exam is just 15Â days awayÂ from knowÂ and here we giveÂ you aÂ complete daily study plan. This last 15 days study plan will help your preparation. It is significant to understand here that at this point in time, attemptingÂ IBPS RRB PO Mocks testÂ is an incredibly importantÂ part of the preparation process.

Let us first quickly lookÂ through the syllabus for IBPS RRBÂ POÂ prelims exam and then we will look at theÂ IBPS RRB POÂ Study Plan and how to go about using the plan for.

### IBPS RRB Officer Syllabus â€“ Prelims

In the preliminaryÂ examination,Â there are asked only two sections:Â Quantitative Aptitude and reasoning.Â And howeverÂ the syllabus may seem to beÂ lighter compared to other Banking exams, keep in mind that these two sections, namely quantitative and reasoningÂ are particularly practice-intensive.

In the following Reasoning and Quantitative sections, we will be discussing the daily study plan for the next 15-days. So, keep reading!

#### IBPS RRB Exam Syllabus â€“ Reasoning

• Seating arrangement (circular & linear)
• Input-output
• Syllogism
• Coding decoding
• Alphanumeric series
• Data sufficiency
• Ranking/direction/order
• Alphabet test
• Logical reasoning
• Coded inequalities
• Blood relations
• Puzzles.

#### IBPS RRB Exam Syllabus â€“ Quantitative Aptitude

• Number series
• Simplification/approximation
• Problems on ages
• Partnership
• Averages
• Percentage
• Mixture & allegation
• Ratio and proportion
• Work and time
• Profit and loss
• Time and distance
• Boats and streams
• Simple and compound interest
• Data interpretation
• Data sufficiency.

Â  Â  Â 15 Days Study Plan for IBPS RRB PO Prelims Exam:

 Days Quantitative Â Â Â Â Â Â Reasoning 1 Simplifications ( with speed maths Techniques syllogism 2 Number series(wrong term & missing) Problems on numbers/alphabets 3 Trains and profit & loss inequality and order and ranking system 4 Â Simple and compound interest & averages SeatingÂ arrangement & puzzles 5 Percentage and partnership blood relation and direction sense 6 Â Pipes & cistern and time & work Seating arrangement (circle Based) 7 Ration & proportions and ages Puzzle ( day and month based) 8 Data sufficiency Seating arrangement ( square& circle Based ) 9 Â Probability and mensuration Puzzle (floors and year based ) 10 DI (pie chart & line graph) Coding and decoding & coded inequalities 11 Quadratic equation and mixture & allegations Coded blood relation & direction sense 12 DI (tabular & bar) Seating arrangement (linear Based) 13 DI (Caselets) & Simplification SeatingÂ arrangement Â & puzzles 14 Number series and quadratic equations coding and decoding 15 Â Boats and streams Alphanumeric series

Go to – 15000 Free Solved Questions for IBPS RRB

No sectional time limitsÂ for RRB PO Prelims Exam, taking mock tests will help you decide an exam-attempt strategy that enables you to maximize your scores. While preparing for this exam, please note, practising is more important than learning concepts. For both quantitative and reasoning, it is extremely important to reveal yourselfÂ to as many various types of questionsÂ and difficulty levels as possible.

Another prospect of preparation that is important in identifying your success rate in the exam is taking mock tests. Taking mock tests will improve your preparation in the following mode:

Tacking mock test will alsoÂ ensure that you know what your strengths and weaknesses are. This also goes a longÂ way in boosting your scores as it equips you to play on your strengths

Writing mock tests is the best way to acquaintÂ yourself with the test.Â Cracku mock test is preparedÂ in the latestÂ examÂ pattern and is incredibly close to the actual test. Practising these helps you put yourself at ease and thus reduce exam stress and last-minute fear.

So, use thisÂ IBPS RRB POÂ Study Plan wisely and boostÂ your preparation. I hope this helps.