SBI PO Mains Last Minute Preparation Tips 2017: The SBI PO 2017 Mains exam is just 5 days away and all the candidates who qualified the preliminary exam are busy with their preparation. A part from the general preparation, candidates will need to keep in mind a few things which if forgotten can result in dismissal from the exam. The SBI PO 2017 mains exam is scheduled to be conducted on June 4 and the bank has issued some guidelines for all the candidates appearing in the exam. We have provided all the general instructions in the form of SBI PO 2017 mains last minute preparation tips. All the candidates will be buried under the preparation material to cram up all the knowledge as much as possible before the exam but candidates will also have to keep a few point to be followed before and during the exam. All the candidates are advised to prioritize revision in the last few days before the exam and avoid to begin with any new topic. They should not take the pressure of exam as it may hit their performance. All the candidates who qualify the mains exam will be called for group exercises/personal interview. Read the SBI PO 2017 mains last minute preparation tips as given in the article below.
The last minute tips of SBI PO 2017 mains will not guide the candidates on how to plan the studies section-wise rather it focuses on building the confidence level and how to keep one physically and mentally fit before the exam.
Keep the Admit Card Ready: All the candidates should download and take a print out of their SBI PO admit card. Candidates who do not have their admit card on the exam day will not be allowed to appear for the exam. After taking a print out of the admit card, candidates should affix their passport size photographs on the hall ticket without fail with their initials.
Photo ID and other related documents: All the candidates will have to carry an original photo id proof (such as passport/PAN Card/Driving License/Voter’s Card/Bank Passbook/Aadhar Card) along with the Admit Card to the exam centre. Candidates should also carry photocopies along with originals of all the documents.
Visit Exam Centre beforehand : Candidates are advised to visit the exam centre one day in advance. The name of exam centre will be mentioned on the admit card and a prior visit will help the candidates to not waste their time hunting for the exact address on the D-day. Candidates should also make sure to appear for the exam only at the centre allotted to them by the bank. Candidates will not be allowed to sit for the exam at any centre except the allotted one.
Reach the exam centre early: All the candidates should check the timings for commencement of the exam as mentioned on the admit card. Candidates should try an reach the exam centre at least one hour before the exam commences. Candidates will have to undergo formalities like checking of attendance, obtaining a signature on the call letter and collection of call letters along with photo identity proof etc before they can sit for the exam. The candidate reporting late will not be allowed to enter the examination hall.
Stationary at the ready: Candidates should not forget to carry their stationary like pen pencils to the exam centre. Lending and borrowing of stationary will not be allowed in the exam hall.
Things not allowed in the exam: Candidates are advised not to carry any items such as mobile phones, calculators, wallets/purses, writing pad, pager, camera, pen drives, pencil box etc. to the exam hall. Candidates carrying the forbidden items will have to submit them at the security gate and the bank will not take the responsibility for loss of items.
Note down your registration number and password: Candidates should remember/take a note of their Registration No and Password admit card will have to be submitted with the invigilator.
Biometric data: Biometric data (left thumb impression) will be captured at the test venue. Candidates should ensure that their hands/fingers are not coated with ink/Mehendi/colored as to obtain a correct biometric impression. If fingers are dirty or dusty, ensure to clean and dry them.
Follow proper dress code: Candidates are advised to follow the proper dress code for the exam. Avoid wearing light clothes, clothes having big buttons or any badge, brooches etc. Candidates who wear customary/religious dresses should report at least 10 minutes prior to reporting time for proper frisking.
Read the instructions carefully in the exam: Before starting the test, the candidates should ensure that they go through all the instructions and guidelines carefully appearing on their screen. Candidates should remember that the use of keyboard is restricted.
Keep patience and be calm : The candidates should keep patience and be calm while at the exam. Candidates are advised not to attempt questions in haste since there is a provision for negative markings. Any wrong answer will fetch you negative marks.