Banking Exams

IBPS interview Tips:

In the IBPS interview board, generally there are Four/five members with the chairperson seated at the centre along with panel of senior officers/educationists, psychologists, eminent personalities etc. Basics :

– The interview nowadays is known as a Personality Test. The reason being that it is not a test of knowledge, but of the overall personality of the candidate/ aspirant.

– Interview is more of a psychological test than just content­based. Along with good communicative skills and self­confidence, good knowledge base no doubt gives you an upper hand. However, it has to be borne in mind that nearly all the aspirants/candidates in the Personality Test start more or less as equals in the sphere of knowledge base.

– One is not expected to know everything under the sun. If you do not know the answer to a particular question, do not hesitate to say I don’t know, Sir/Ma’m. However, even “I don’t know Sir/Ma’m” should be said confidently and with a reasonable amount of cheerfulness. Remember ­ your knowledge levels have been thoroughly checked during the earlier stages of the CSE ­ viz Prelims and Mains.

– Always remember that the interview is not a cross examination, but a natural, purposeful conversation.

– Keep a photocopy of the form filled for the Mains examination handy. Most of the initial questions ­ viz the meaning of your name, educational background, professional experience, hobbies etc. will be based on this form only. Try to prepare on your biodata; roughly 30% questions are based on bio­data, 40% questions are based on banking awareness and 30% are based on current affairs.


Types of questions asked at the IBPS interview During Interview :

About yourself :

About your College :

About Banking Knowledge & Terms:

Current Affairs and General Knowledge: