Revision of topics before the bank examination is important to refresh your memory and recall the concepts. Let us focus today on some tips and tricks that will help you revise for your bank examinations.


Rearrange Your Room Appropriately
Rearrange your room or place of study in a suitable manner such that you have all things you need close to you and accessible without you getting up frequently. This may seem like a small and irrelevant thing but it will certainly help you focus better and grasp concepts faster. Studying in isolated places is best, but this option may not be available for everyone. So take the steps as suitable for you and your surroundings.
 
Make a Timetable for Your Revision
A proper timetable is required to effectively prepare for your examinations. Not only will it help you manage time, but also in covering all topics systematically. Allocate time uniformly to all the topics. Some things that you should take care of while making a timetable is that you should have enough time for rest and other work in addition to studying. Take frequent breaks in between, but not very frequent or long ones. Ideally, 5 minutes an hour is a good amount of break.
 
Make a Topic wise Study Plan
Do not confuse this with a time-table. A study plan should be made for each of the topics. This should consist a detailed timeline of completion of the topics. This should complement your existing timetable. Cover all parts of a single topic, fragment them into two or more parts.
 
Make a Concise Notebook for Fundamentals
Make a concise notebook while studying so that this can be used later for a quick revision. This will save a lot of time and can be used when having free time while traveling. I would suggest you revise this notebook more frequently. This should be your material to use in case of continuous revision while learning new topics. Do not spend a lot of time in making this notebook. Just ensure to make it legible and concise.
 
Use Stickies
Use stickies to bookmark and comment on important topics in a book or notebook. This might not be very effective in the electronic medium of reading, but most of the document readers have a commenting feature enabled, so that can be used effectively.
 
Make Study Groups
Make a study group of people around you who are preparing for the examination. This will help you discuss difficult topics and ask help in case you are having any problems in understanding some topics. This will save time compared to self-study of a difficult topic.
 
Explain Topics to People Around You
Explain and discuss the topics you have read to people around you. This will not only boost your confidence in the topics but will also help find any mistakes that you may have made while studying.
 
Be Regular and Stay Calm
Be regular and follow your study plan and timetable. In case things do not go on as planned, change your schedule and study plan. In no case, you should panic, as it will not help you in any way. Stay calm and relaxed, no matter what happens.
 


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