I am of age 20 done nothing in till date just slept no goals no reading habit but wants to crack Sbi clerk as it is last option but feels it is late to start from scratch with fear of losing fear of age fear of capabilities , i feels i am to late to start now and also my friend are doing well i lost
Ayush, you have already started your way to success by showing your interest here. This is the first and most important step. It's better late than never. Candidates from any stream can apply for SBI clerk exams.
There are some eligibility criteria for SBI clerk exams, candidates must have a Graduation degree in any stream from a recognized University. Appearing or final year/semester students can also apply. However, this is subject to the condition that if they are provisionally selected, they’ll need to produce proof that they have passed the graduation examination on or before the mentioned date in the official notification. Candidates must have atleast 50% in their 10 th board exams to be eligible for this exam. The minimum age limit is 20 and maximum age limit is 28, considering general category, so it won't be a problem for you. There are relaxation of age for other categories.
Syllabus for SBI Clerk prelims is English language, numerical ability, and reasoning. For more detailed information about this exam, check out the link below
Most importantly, never loose hope, it's good that you are willing to start. You are sure to succeed if you would maintain hard work with consistency.
I hope this helps you!
I am totally lost at age 20 with no friends,no goal dont know what to do i just sleep all day&cry like kid at night .I was inconsistently preparing for sbi clerk from 18 age but now feels it is impossible to crack as i am waste&inconsistent with lack in English .I feels like escaping&start all new
First of all, keep your hopes high. You've got the chance on this Earth as a human, that means you are able to do what you aspire, provided, you do determined and dedicated hard work.
Feeling lost and hopeless sometimes is common, but you need to keep your will power strong enough, so that you can prevent this sadness from overpowering your soul.
Confide in a person (you said you've no friends, no problem, make one or talk to any of your peer sibling/cousin). Believe me, opening your feelings infront of someone helps a lot. The person will comfort you and suggest you from his own point of view.
For English skills, use this lockdown period to gather and go through the online study material that will help you. Slowly and steadily, if you practice, you'll gain good English language skills.
If you feel that you can't crack the desired exam, keep it aside for a while and give yourself a new headstart. Pick up a different line and just get into it. Work as hard as possible. You'll definitely achieve it.
Remember, Humans can do anything!
All the Best.
I wasted 3+ years in just sleeping , crying&fear of not having capabilities to achieve anything . now i am age 20 and want to crack Sbi clerk in a year but feel it will be impossible as grammer is weak my potential is weak i have lots of responsibility burden as family fighting with health&financial
My main problem is i started bank preparation at age 18 and currently i am 20 but as i strted early was not serious and wasted that time and now i feels it is impossible for me as i in two years i was not consistent and weak in English how could i able to do now and feel depressed and feel late now
There is something called Acceptance and Commitment Theory in the field of Psychology. It is an intervention method that uses acceptance and meaningfulness in different ways. It is not a method of eliminating any particular behaviour. Rather it is acceptance of one's own inhibiting behaviour and mould our lives accordingly. This means you accept that you are no longer as curious you were before. But you mould your habits and lifestyle or working towards your dream in a way that you still work in fulfilling your passion. Maybe you should sit and write the reason you are no longer curious or passionate about something. If it was something like a bad experience or bad feedback that you had or heard, you should write it down and then evaluate the truth in it. You should maybe check the facts and see if what you felt or heard still holds true. And then you write down your current thoughts on your passion. It might be the lockdown talking or it might be because you found something else interesting. If it is just the lockdown talk, be assured that you will feel fresh once this situation passes. But if it has been there with you for a while, then accept the fact that your priorities have changed. Choose the correct course of action and decide on it. If you still want to stick on to your passion, maybe you need to rejuvenate yourself and get back on track. So do not shy away from thoughts that take away your curiosity. Face them and write them down. It might be laziness, it might be the discovery of a new passion, it might be lockdown, anything. Just write it down. Allow those thoughts in your mind and rationalise when you can and fight with them when you have to. Discover what is more important. Your flee of emotions or your passion. Set goals to act responsibly keeping in mind the long term. You cannot come back after a year and try to be passionate again. By then you would have lost the rhythm. Always remember that this is just a mind game and you need to reason with your brain and train your brain and not the other way round.
My biggest problem i started bank prep.at age 18 currently age 20 and as i not continued it so this 2 years decline confidence that 2 years me nhi hua&having save English phobia so if i start at age 20 it is late and will not be able to crack it in years Please accordance past¤t scenario help
Do not worry what you need is just proper guidance and tutor. Careers360 has launched its e-learning platform go and check the link and prepare accordingly in the lockdown you will get the success.
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Sir i am depressed Dont know at age 20 my goal i scored 91 Percentile cmat but dont know why and how which college should i choose or give a drop or start bank preparation and to it will be a risk to solo depend on sbi job . My parents are also fade up of me i feels like everything over at age 20
Everyone feels the same at a point in life but at that time you should make yourself strong and find out whats your interest is and whether you are getting proper guidance for preparing for the exam. If you have interest in preparing bank bank job just go for careers360 learning platform where if you learn sincerely as per adviced you will surely get selected.
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i really feels so low as i am age 20 and has no determination towards goal and also wasted badly past few years and now feels it over to start again as Bank exams are very tough to crack i feels but everyone says no it is easy to crack in few months practice but i have 1 year but dont know how to ?
One can crack any exam easily of he prepare for it strategically and sincerely with consistency. Here are some tips which you might find useful to prepare for banking exam -
- Take a copy of syllabus read it throughly and prepare your time table for study. accordingly.
- Download PDF or if possible it is better buy some good study material and study from that. Study from the selected and relevant books only.
- Revise all what you learn periodically so that you will not forget anything and your concept will also strengthen.
- Try to solve all available previous years question papers of the exam. It will help you to understand to point out most important topics, nature of Question etc.
- Give mock test of exam it will prepare your mind for exam environment.
- While studying take short breaks, give yourself treat with some good snacks, song or whatever you like so that you will always stay motivated to study.
- Of at any point you find difficulty you can refer any good online source or teacher expert in that field.
- Read any 1-2 good english news paper it will increase your general awareness as well as English comprehension.
- Keep away from mobile while you sit to study as many time we get distracted with mobile phones.
- Keep yourself motivated by looking at the successful person in your field whenever you find yourself demotivated and not interested in study.
These were few tips to crack the exam. Hope you find these helpful.
Is at age 20 after wasting 2 years of life comeback possible ? I badly want to crack Sbi Clerk but my fear of losing also stops me as i was depressed and also wasted years ? and also i scored 90.7 percentile in Cmat 2020 but not having confidence to dace Gd Pi and join College or start banking exam
Of course, a comeback is possible. You're only 20. It's normal to feel like you've failed in life but you have to remember that your life as an adult has barely begun. There are people that chase their dreams even at the age of 50. Don't be afraid to pursue your dreams.
Go for it!
Good luck, I'm sure you'll do well!
Last question please Starting now with scratch in all subjects and being a hindi medium graduate is in a year will i able to crack Sbi clerk my uncle(Sbi Manager)my guardian has lots of expectations as i was good in studies but few years i was low due losing close ones. I badly want to crack help
We all have had met with some low points in our life at one point or the other but there's no point in dwelling on these issues,live in the present for what is, to commence any activity successful your attitude and mindset have to be right, we all can provide you words of wisdom but then it's you only who have to do the work, so have belief in yourself and your abilities,never ever lose that faith. The inner strength is essential to fight any battles in life, and it's important to keep your self going. There have been many students who come from hindi background and have qualified many competitive entrance exams,so there's no reason why you shouldn't.
Just start with building basic concepts for English, Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude, you have to be well acquainted with the syllabus for this, banking exam is about speed and accuracy so you have to pretty quick in solving these questions as there's sectional timing for each. Practice is the key to success, after building the concepts go through mock papers available free in lot of banking exam sites,you can also download their apps for easy access, another important thing is reading newspaper,start with gradual steps and you'll surely succeed.
All the best!
How long it take to crack sbi clerk if you have zero knowledge about English grammar? Should i go with banking or should shift it ?
The level of SBI Clerk is comparatively easier to that of SBI PO, but then again standard of English in banking exams in pretty good compared to say, SSC CGL which often repeats its question which doesn't happen in case of banking exams.
Anyway, see it depends on you,if you're determined to make a career in banking, then you have to make efforts to improve upon the areas where you feel under confident.
The first thing I'll say is have a good mindset and attitude towards yourself,we all lack in certain areas but the scope of improvement is always there,if you have this attitude your journey ahead will be easier.
The first thing you can do is to have a good command over grammar for which you can use Wren and Martin book, get your concepts clear like Subject-Verb Agreement,Tenses, Prepositions, Idioms and Phrases, Adverb,Adjectives etc Once you build your foundation you'll find it easy to solve error detection,sentence rearrangement, words swap etc, you can use Word Power Made Easy to improve your vocabulary.
Now,coming to one of the most important part, do read The Hindu on a regular basis especially the editorial part and this is something which you shouldn't neglect at any cost,the reason I'm putting so much emphasis is because according to previous year trends, Reading Comprehensions and other sections have come directly from The Hindu,so reading this newspaper on daily basis will increase your vocabulary, knowledge,the speed of reading as well as help you in quickly answering the questions.