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We all want to be in the Top Companies & when we talk about banking sector, we all want to be a Probationary Officers’ (PO) in PSBs.

To become a **Probationary Officer** is a dream of many bank aspirants. You work hard all year for this one opportunity and here we have IBPS PO Pre Exam in 56 days. What you do in these 56 days will make or break your dream of becoming a PO.All the hard work you’ve been doing so far now if not channelised properly into smart work, might then go in vain. It is very important for you to understand that from now onwards, every move that you make counts.

Key to CRACK IBPS PO Entrance Exam

**PROPER PLANNING + DEDICATION + SMART WORK**

How should you plan to work in these areas: Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning, English

**Quantitative Aptitude**

If you are good in calculation and you’ve cleared your basics then this section is good for scoring. For quantitative aptitude, its practice that matters for scoring well in limited time. But if you find this section difficult, start working on it with a smart plan. Learn basic concepts and practice them well, as for banking exams basic concepts will come in handy rather than tricks. Also you must carefully choose the questions that you attempt. With good accuracy you’ll surely get through this section with a decent score. Try not to get struck on a particular question or topic for too long.

**Reasoning**

Reasoning is a tricky section, but it is very important to solve questions of this section in limited and stipulated time. We’ve seen in recent SBI Exams that this section can be quite challenging for students as well as surprising. For scoring well in reasoning practicing what is really important and it can be your game changer.

**English**

For scoring well in any language, the most important thing is to know its grammar rules. You must learn and understand basic rules of grammar of English language and also increasing you reading habit will help you in making a command over this language sooner.

So to crack this pattern, we are providing you the** “56 DAY ACTION PLAN”** for the preparation of IBPS PO exam.

You all have to clear the **PRELIMINARY** exam to make yourself qualify for the **MAINS**, therefore our 56 Day Action Plan will mainly focus on:

**Quantitative Aptitude****Reasoning****English**

The time for Prelims exam is: 1 hour

**Note: **Students if you are very well focused **to crack IBPS PO** and finally become Probationary Officer you must not only focus on Prelims as going through** Prelims exam is just a milestone, you have to be prepared for MAINS Examination as well.** **Do not wait for Prelims to be over to start your preparation for Mains. **For the first **41 days **you should be focused on preparing for Prelims and for next **15 days** you should also prepare for Mains Exam. **For IBPS PO Mains Exam you need study General Awareness and Computer Awareness. **For General Awareness you can read newspaper and follow Bankersadda. You can get all the latest news on currentaffairs.adda247.com

Detailed Study Plan for Non – Working Aspirants

**Devotion of Time for Subjects in Total – 12 hours/ day**

Quantitative Aptitude- 5 hours

Reasoning- 4 hours

English- 3 hours

The time is devoted for both studying the topics and practice.

Detailed Study Plan:

**672 hours of dedication and hard work……..**

**Aur aap apne aapko Nationalized Bank ki branch mein as a PO dekh sakte hai.**

First of all, we have divided 56 Days in 2 Slots to Help You Study Better.

**1st 34 Days:** Do & Revise all the topics of each and every subject. Make your weak subjects strong in these 30 days.

**Last 22 Days:** PRACTICE THE ONE HOUR MOCK in these days, as to crack the prelims SPEED & ACCURACY are need which can be only achieved through practice. This practice will help you all to be SMART HARD WORKERS.

The chapter wise planning of all the subjects we have given in the table below:

Days |
Math |
Reasoning |
English |

1 |
Tables/Fractions/Cubes/Squares | Alphabets | Basic Grammar such as sentence, subject and predicate, phase, clauses and Nouns. |

2 |
Quick Calculation Techniques
(Multiplication/Division) |
Alphabets | Adjective, types of adjective and using suitable forms of adjectives. |

3 |
Simplification/ Approximation | Blood Relation | Articles |

4 |
Percentage | Blood Relation | Noun/Pronouns |

5 |
Average | Alpha-Numeric-Symbol series | Phrase Replacement |

6 |
Ratio and Proportion | Alpha-Numeric-Symbol series | Tenses |

7 |
Partnership | Coding-Decoding | Tenses |

8 |
Profit and Loss | Coding-Decoding | Tenses |

9 |
Time and Work, Work and Wages | Inequalities | Auxiliary and Modals Verbs |

10 |
Pipes and Cisterns | Inequalities | Adverbs and its types and usage |

11 |
Time and Distance | Ranking and Directions | Prepositions, Conjunctions and Interjection |

12 |
Boat and Streams | Ranking and Directions | RC (Story Based) |

13 |
Allegation or Mixtures | Syllogism | RC (Banking Based) |

14 |
Problems on Ages | Syllogism | RC (Economy Based) |

15 |
Simple Interest | Syllogism | RC (Social Based) |

16 |
Compound Interest | Data Sufficiency | RC (Topic Based) |

17 |
Number Series | Data Sufficiency | Error Detection |

18 |
Number Series | Data Sufficiency | Error Detection |

19 |
Permutation and Combinations | Seating Arrangement | Error Detection |

20 |
Quadratic Equations/Inequality | Seating Arrangement | Para-Jumbled |

21 |
Quadratic Equations/Inequality | Seating Arrangement | Para-Jumbled |

22 |
Probability | Seating Arrangement | Sentence Improvements |

23 |
Mensuration I:Area and Perimeter | Seating Arrangement | Sentence Improvements |

24 |
Mensuration II:Volume | Puzzle | Cloze-Test |

25 |
Mensuration III:Surface Area | Puzzle | Cloze-Test |

26 |
Data Sufficiency | Puzzle | Double/Single Fillers |

27 |
DI (Table Graph) | Puzzle | Double/Single Fillers |

28 |
DI (Line Graph) | Machine Input-Output | Antonyms/Synonyms |

29 |
DI (Bar Graph) | Machine Input-Output | Antonyms/Synonyms |

30 |
DI (Cumulative Bar Graph) | Machine Input-Output | Jumbled paragraph with odd -one out sentence. |

31 |
DI (Pie Charts) | Logical Reasoning | Jumbled paragraph with odd -one out sentence. |

32 |
DI (Radar Graph) | Logical Reasoning | Paragraph Completion |

33 |
DI (Missing) | Mathematical Symbol | Paragraph Completion |

34 |
DI (Case let) | Mathematical Symbol | Combining sentences using participial phrases/connecting words. (Compound Sentences) |

35 |
Practice of First three chapters (1-3) | Practice of First three chapters (1-3) | Practice of First three chapters (1-3) |

36 |
Practice of next three chapters (4-6) | Practice of next three chapters (4-6) | Practice of next three chapters (4-6) |

37 |
Practice of next three chapters (7-9) | Practice of next three chapters (7-9) | Practice of next three chapters (7-9) |

38 |
Practice of next three chapters (10-12) | Practice of next three chapters (10-12) | Practice of next three chapters (10-12) |

39 |
Practice of next three chapters (13-15) | Practice of next three chapters (13-15) | Practice of next three chapters (13-15) |

40 |
Practice of next three chapters (16-18) | Practice of next three chapters (16-18) | Practice of next three chapters (16-18) |

41 |
Practice of next three chapters (19-21) | Practice of next three chapters (19-21) | Practice of next three chapters (19-21) |

42 |
Practice of next three chapters (22-24) | Practice of next three chapters (22-24) | Practice of next three chapters (22-24) |

43 |
Practice of next three chapters (25-27) | Practice of next three chapters (25-27) | Practice of next three chapters (25-27) |

44 |
Practice of next three chapters (28-30) | Practice of next three chapters (28-30) | Practice of next three chapters (28-30) |

45 |
Practice of next three chapters (31-33) | Practice of next three chapters (31-33) | Practice of next three chapters (31-33) |

46 |
Practice of last chapter (34) | Practice of last chapter (34) | Practice of last chapters (34) |

47 |
Practice Mock-1 and Analysis | Practice Mock-1 and Analysis | Practice Mock-1 and Analysis |

48 |
Practice Mock-2 and Analysis | Practice Mock-2 and Analysis | Practice Mock-2 and Analysis |

49 |
Practice Mock-3 and Analysis | Practice Mock-3 and Analysis | Practice Mock-3 and Analysis |

50 |
Practice Mock-4 and Analysis | Practice Mock-4 and Analysis | Practice Mock-4 and Analysis |

51 |
Practice Mock-5 and Analysis | Practice Mock-5 and Analysis | Practice Mock-5 and Analysis |

52 |
Practice Mock-6 and Analysis | Practice Mock-6 and Analysis | Practice Mock-6 and Analysis |

53 |
Practice Mock-7 and Analysis | Practice Mock-7 and Analysis | Practice Mock-7 and Analysis |

54 |
Practice Mock-8 and Analysis | Practice Mock-8 and Analysis | Practice Mock-8 and Analysis |

55 |
Practice Mock-9 and Analysis | Practice Mock-9 and Analysis | Practice Mock-9 and Analysis |

56 |
Practice Mock-10 and Analysis | Practice Mock-10 and Analysis | Practice Mock-10 and Analysis |