How to get Full or High Marks in English Section of BANK ( IBPS, SBI) and Insurance Exams 2020(with testimonial) - PREPARE ENGLISH FOR SSC BANK AND OTHER EXAMS:ENGLISHKENDRA
How to get Full or High Marks in English Section of BANK ( IBPS, SBI,RBI) and Insurance Exams 2020(with testimonial) 

Have you ever thought of scoring high or full marks in English or is it still a dream for you? Some students try to clear only sectional cut-off in this particular section just because they think they are not good enough in English, which in turn, decreases their overall score, making it harder to cross the overall cut off.
English won't be a nightmare anymore infact it is gonna be the most scoring subject from now on.
I Kratika have cleared IBPS PO 2019 Exam, RBI Assistant 2019-20 exam, IBPS Clerk-19 exam with utmost accuracy in English section. Screenshots are posted for reference below. I will share some important handy tips and my personal strategy to help you boost your score to a larger extent. (ask your queries below in the comment section)

Before you read further, I would like you to know that I am launching a "Lockdown Special Free Crash Course" for aspirants starting from April 5th. The course consists of Vocabulary, Grammar, articles, descriptive test and high level practice set so that aspirants can make the best of their time in this lockdown. The course would be from basic to high level so that students can maintain the pace.
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Let's begin

1. Have a firm grasp of Grammar-

Most of the questions like fillers, errors are based on the grammatical portion. According to the recent exam trend, grammar based questions are being asked in the RC, in the form of filler/error. In mains exam, 80% of the questions are based on grammar someway or the other. So grammatical portion is not only important for prelims but also an over-all score booster for mains .
Let's take a look at the questions that have been asked in IBPS PO mains examination.
Direction: In the given question, a part of the sentence is printed in bold. Below the sentence, three alternatives to the bold part are given which may help improve the sentence. Choose the option that reflects the correct use of the phrase in the context of the sentence. In case the given sentence is correct, your answer is (E), i.e., "No correction required".

*More than anything, it is the human cost of disasters that are the most compelling argument for action.*
i. the human cost of disasters that the most compelling.
ii. the human cost of disasters that is the more compelling.
iii. the human cost of disasters that is the most compelling
A. Only i
B. Only ii
C. Only iii
D. Both ii and iii
E. No correction required

Solution : 
"Cost" is a singular subject, thus the auxiliary verb "is" should be used. Thus, option C is the correct answer. "More" represents comparative degree, hence, "the" cannot be used before it, hence, (ii) is incorrect.
Thus, option C is the correct answer.

If you struggle with the grammar section, we are bringing basic Crash Course for Grammar which will be Free of Cost, so that aspirants can make the most of their time during this lockdown.

Click Here for high level grammar based practice sets.

2. Have a decent knowledge of vocabulary-

Vocabulary is the second most important and easiest portion to score marks. One should be well versed in this portion. Mostly, vocab based questions are asked in RC ;a synonym or antonym of a certain word is asked. Sometimes, an individual question (set of 4/5) based on vocab is asked too.
To enhance the knowledge of vocabulary, one must refer to well known books. The most recommended method would be reading the English newspaper.
Let's look at a question based on vocab that has been asked in IBPS PO mains examination.

Which of the following word given in the options should fill the blank marked as (A) in the second segment (II) of the passage, to make it grammatically and contextually meaningful? Note that the word should also fill both the blanks of the following two sentences to make them contextually meaningful.

(i) _________ to popular myth, the majority of accidents are not caused by speeding or drunkenness.
(ii) The villagers expressed regret that their habitations lacked road connectivity and other basic amenities ________ to the government’s tall claims.
A. Complying
B. Contrary
C. Complimentary
D. Cursory
E. Commissioning

Complimentary- approving
Cursory- casual
Commissioning- authorizing
In the given question, we need to find a word which fits into all the three blanks. “contrary”, which means “in contrast to” is the best fit word for the blank.“Complying” and “complimentary” would convey a meaning opposite to what is required. The words given in the last two options will convey an appropriate sense. “Contrary” fits in both the blanks of the given two sentences. In the first, it means that what is usually believed with reference to accidents does not actually hold true. In the second sentence, it means that opposed to the government’s promises, the habitations of the villagers lacked road connectivity and other basic amenities.

It's clear that one must have a strong catch on vocabulary to answer questions like these.
In the upcoming Free Crash Course starting from April 5th, we'll provide Hindu Vocabulary compilation, explained in detail with root words so that one doesn't have to mug-up all the words. All the grammar rules (frequently asked) including practice sets, will be provided on the same platform (that is, @EnglishKendra )
so that you don't have to look it up anywhere else. Follow EnglishKendra for daily updates.

3. How to tackle RC ( Reading Comprehension) -

Most of the students struggle with the RC. To tackle the RC in least amount of time, one should concentrate enough to understand the plot/ story in one go. If the concentration breaks in between, one has to re-read the whole RC, which is in itself very time consuming.
To get the RC in a single read, one must have a habit of reading. Without the reading habit, RC might seem a tedious task.
Also, before reading the whole RC, one should always go through the questions. Once you go through the questions, you already know what is being asked and the chances of reading the RC again and again lessens.

4. How to tackle Parajumble -

There are always 5-6 small statements given and the examiner expects you to arrange them in a particular order so that it makes the paragraph meaningful. One should always read the statements one by one, with the clear understanding.
The statement which seems introductory to you i.e. a statement which introduces something, be it a government scheme/ a story or anything, that statement would be the first statement.
The statement which has the conclusion in it i.e. the climax/closing/ result of something which is being talked about in the paragraph, would be the last statement of the paragraph.
Now coming to the remaining statements, one should have the knowledge of Noun/ Pronoun/ Prepositions to arrange them in the order.
Remember, the order of your statements should show progression of an activity. So the order would be Introduction < progression< climax.

5. How to attempt Cloze Test-

Cloze test is the section where aspirant's grammatical and vocabulary based skills are checked. Sometimes, only vocab based questions are asked while sometimes a same word is given with different propositions and different form of verbs, out of which the aspirant has to choose the correct option.
If you prepare well for grammar portion and vocab portion, close test would be an easy but to crack.
There are plenty of high level close test on our website. Feel free to check them out.

6. How to tackle Descriptive in Mains Examination-

Descriptive test, if prepared well can be very fruitful. The descriptive exam consists of an application/letter (10 marks) and a passage (15 marks) making it the most scoring section. One has to type the answer on the keyboard in given time frame (30 minutes).
As there is time frame, one should be decent enough in typing to complete the test and check the answers in the given time frame.
One of the grave mistakes that students make is not to mark the question. As there are options given, out of which you have to choose one. You should always mark the question number before writing the answer.
Grammatical mistakes impact the whole application/ essay negatively. One should be well versed in grammar to avoid the mistakes.
You should not necessarily use extra ordinary vocabulary, even if with the decent knowledge of vocabulary you can score well. The essay/ application should be clear enough to the examiner that he gets your point. Your essay/ application should not be ambiguous.

We'll be providing you detailed explanation of the answers and tell you how to score maximum in this section. Previously asked questions along with their answers and explanations would be discussed on the same platform too. Keep following ( @EnglishKendra   for daily PDFs and keep learning.

Thank You :)

 Feel free to mention your views/doubts  in the comment section.

Click here for the compilation of 20 frequently asked GRAMMAR RULES in bank (IBPS, SBI) exams  

Click here for the compilation of frequently asked VOCABS in IBPS exam  

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  1. Thank you ma'am. How can I contact you? Plz provide email �� & how can I join your classes. Plz

  2. sir english ka practice kaha sa karu?????



Note  :- The cloze/Closet tests available on EnglishKendra, have been prepared from  recent articles of newspapers(The Hindu, The Indian...

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