Q.1. What is the duration of the course for Bank PO/Clerk?
Ans. The course is designed in such a manner that it gets completed in 3 months.
Q.2. How much time do I need to give daily in the institute?
Ans. This basically depends whether you chose a weekday batch or a weekend batch. If you want to join a weekday batch, then classes will be held 5 days a week (Monday - Friday), daily 2 hours. But, if you want to join a weekend batch, classes will be held on Saturday & Sunday, 4 hours on each day.
Q.3. When will your new Batch start?
Ans. New batches are started from time to time. To get the exact details of these batches, please call the concerned centre (where you want to join). Practically, batches are available all the time and students can whenever they want to join.
Q.4. What is Bank Power's success rate?
Ans. Bank Power is a premier institute in Bank Exam preparation. We guide students through the labyrinth of the entire examination pattern. We provide you with short-cut techniques, process, facts, and knowledge required for taking exam. Although success rate of a batch entirely depends up the profile of the students in that batch, in our experience 30- 40 % of those students who prepare dilligently for 3 months ( i.e. taking classes regulary, taking mock tests regularly and preparing diligently at home by studying at least 3 hours daily) manage to clear the written exam. This figure is about 50% for those preparing for 6 months and close to 75% for those studying diligently for one year.
Q.5. What are the facilities that you provide apart from the regular classes?
Ans. We provide you with the complete study material comprising of books on Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, English, General Knowledge and monthly subscription of Bank Power current affairs magazine. Mock PO/Clerk papers and Memory-based papers are also being conducted at our institute on regular basis as part of our curriculum. Apart from that we have the doubt clearing section where you will get solution to all the problems that you come across while solving questions.
Q.6. What is the eligibility for taking Bank PO exams?
Ans. For PO Common Written Examination (Conducted by IBPS), the minimum requirement is that the candidate should fall in the age group of 20 to 28 years and should be a graduate with 60 % marks. The percentage and other qualifications required sometimes vary from bank to bank also and is mentioned in the bank’s notification. For Clerk Common Written Examination, the Age should be 20-28 years and the candidate should be a graduate.
Q.7. How will I come to know about the latest vacancies?
Q.8. How many times can I appear for the bank exams?
Ans. There is no restriction as to how many times you can appear for the bank exam. As far as you fulfill the eligibility criteria as per the bank’s specification, you can apply.
Q.9. What are the subjects that I need to prepare for bank PO/Clerk exams?
Ans. The exam basically comprises of five sections- English, Reasoning Ability, Quantitative Aptitude and General Awareness & Computer. The sections are subjected to change according to the bank.
Q.10. Do I need to clear the cut-off in every section?
Ans. In IBPS Common Written Exam, you are required to clear the cut-off in every section i.e. you need to secure minimum marks mentioned in the bank’s notification.
Q.11. Can I pay the fees in installment?
Ans. Yes, you can pay the fees in two installments. First installment is to be paid at the time of admission and the second installment after a month.
Q.12. If I take admission in one of your branches and due to some reason I am not able to attend classes in that branch, can I do my classes in some other branch?
Ans. You are allowed to attend your classes in any of our branches across India.
Q.13. Do I need to pay any charges for attending classes in some other branch?
Q.13. Can I enroll only for the mock tests?
Ans. Yes. There are different Packages for getting enrolled only for speed-test.
Q.14. Can I enroll for specific subjects?