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Testbag - IBPS SPECIALIST LAW OFFICER 2017 Online Test Features

IBPS SPECIALIST LAW OFFICER 2017 Online Mock/Topic Test Features

Testbag IBPS SPL(LAW) Features
Details on Exam, Syllabus, Exam Analysis, Cut offs, Tips and more    
IBPS SPL LAW OFFICER Question Bank with Self Assessor
More than 50000 questions subjectwise, topicwise, chapterwise with facilty to create your own test based of parameters    
IBPS SPL LAW OFFICER Mock Tests with Test Simulator
30 section wise and 15 complete mock tests    
IBPS SPL LAW OFFICER Report and Analytics
Test History for each attempted test with individual analytics    
Number of Test Per Day (10 Tests)
Self Assessor - 4 Tests and Test Simulator/Mock Tests - 6 Tests    

Testbag - IBPS SPECIALIST IT OFFICER 2017 Online Test Features

IBPS SPECIALIST IT OFFICER 2017 Online Mock /Topic Test Features

Testbag IBPS SPL(IT) Features    
Details on Exam, Syllabus, Exam Analysis, Cut offs, Tips and more    
IBPS SPL IT OFFICER Question Bank with Self Assessor
More than 50000 questions subjectwise, topicwise, chapterwise with facilty to create your own test based of parameters    
IBPS SPL IT OFFICER Mock Tests with Test Simulator
30 section wise and 15 complete mock tests    
IBPS SPL IT OFFICER Report and Analytics
Test History for each attempted test with individual analytics    
Number of Test Per Day (10 Tests)
Self Assessor - 4 Tests and Test Simulator/Mock Tests - 6 Tests    


Testbag SBI SPL AMSY Features    
SBI AMSY Exam Analyser
Details on Exam, Syllabus, Exam Analysis, Cut offs, Tips and more    
SBI AMSY Question Bank with Self Assessor
More than 50000 questions subjectwise, topicwise, chapterwise with facilty to create your own test based of parameters    
SBI AMSY Mock Tests with Test Simulator
40 section wise and 15 complete mock tests    
SBI AMSY Report and Analytics
Test History for each attempted test with individual analytics    
SBI AMSY Comparative Study
Mock Tests taken are compared with Toppers and Average Students    
Number of Test Per Day (10 Tests)
Self Assessor - 4 Tests and Test Simulator/Mock Tests - 6 Tests



 Sr. No.
 Name of Test
 No. of Questions
 Maximum Marks
Time limit
 50  50
 90 Minutes (Composite)

Quantitative Aptitude
English Language
Professional Knowledge
45 Minutes

Except Professional Knowledge (PK) paper, other papers will be of qualifying in nature.
Candidates have to score minimum qualifying marks in these papers. The minimum qualifying marks will be decided by the Bank. The questions will be bilingual i.e. in Hindi & English. The candidates will have option to answer the questions in Hindi or English (except for test of English Language).
To be eligible for being short-listed for interview, candidates have to score equal to or above the cut-off marks to be decided by the Bank for the PK test, besides scoring equal to or above the Minimum qualifying marks in other tests.

There is no fixed syllabus for SBI SPECIALIST OFFICER ASSISTANT MANAGER SYSTEM. However the exam mainly covers four areas

Quantitative Aptitude
Questions are asked mainly from the following topics/subtopics 
Elementary Mathematics

Arithmetic (Number Theory)

Number Systems

Square Roots 

Cube Roots

Fractions and Decimals

H.C.F. and L.C.M. 



Chain Rule

Ratio and Proportion



Additional Topics In Arithmetic


Boats and Streams

Clocks and Calendars



Mixture and Alligation

Pipes and Cisterns

Races and Games

Problems on Trains

Unitary Method

Time and Distance

Time and Work

Work and Wages

Commercial Maths


Simple Interest

Compound Interest


Profit and Loss



Mensuration- Areas and Volumes

Area and Perimeter of Plane Figure

Volume And Surface Area of Solid
Test of Reasoning/Mental Ability/Aptitude
Questions are asked mainly from the following topics/subtopics

 Verbal Tests

Reasoning Tests

Analytical Reasoning

Direction and Distance Test

Linear Arrangement Test

Complex Arrangement Test

Analogy Test

Classification (Odd Man Out) Test

Coding Decoding Test 

Series Test

Blood Relationships Test

Symbols and Notations

Alphabet Test

Data Sufficiency Test

Data Interpretation Test

Logic Tests


Statements Assumptions

Statements Arguments

Statements Conclusions

Statements Action

Non Verbal Tests

Problems Based on Symmetry

Problems Based on Visual Ability

Classification (Non Verbal Tests)

Series (Non Verbal Tests)

Analogy (Non Verbal Tests)

Questions are asked mainly from the following topics/subtopics

 English Vocabulary




Spelling Mistakes

English Proficiency

Idioms and Phrases

One Word Subsitution

Sentence Formation

Sentence Completion

Sentence Improvement

Sentence Reconstruction

Rearrangement of  Words In Sentence

Rearrangement of Sentence In Paragrph

Paragraph Formation

Paragraph Completion

Fill in The Blanks

Cloze Tests

English Usage Errors

Common Errors

Spotting Errors

Inappropriate Usage of Words

Sentence Correction

English Comprehension

 Computer Knowledge
 Mainly from History of Computer Development ,Types of Computer, Computer Languages , Computer Arithmetic ,Computer Hardware ,Computer Software ,Computer Network ,Internet etc.



CMAT Syllabus for sections like Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation, Logical Reasoning, Language comprehension, and General Awareness. Although, the syllabus mentioned here is not exhaustive but, only indicative, based upon analysis of Previous year exam paper of CMAT.
Language Comprehension :
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Para Jumbled
  • Sentence correction
  • paragraph completion
  • Idioms and Phrases
  • Synonyms and Antonyms
  • English Usage Errors
  • English Grammar
  • One Word Subsitution
  • Sentence Improvement
 Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation:
  • Number Systems
  • Fraction and Decimals
  • Geometry
  • Ratios and Proportion
  • Percentages
  • In-equations
  • Quadratic and linear equations
  • Algebra
  • Profit and Loss
  • Averages
  • Partnership
  • Time-Speed-Distance
  • Work and time
  • Mensuration
  • Alligation& Mixtures
  • Pipes and Cisterns
  • Simple Interest and Compound Interest
  • Probability
  • Permutations & Combinations
  • Tabulation ,Pie chart ,Bar Chart,Line Graph(DI)
  Logical Reasoning:
  • Analytical reasoning
  • Statements Assumptions
  • Non Verbal Tests (Visual reasoning)
  • Analogy Test
  • Inferences
  • Statements and assumptions
  • Statements Arguments
  • Cause and effects
  • Statements and conclusion
  • Ranking Tests
  • Linear arrangements
  • Matrix arrangements
  • Blood relationship test
  • Matrix arrangements
  • Symbol based problems
  • Sequencing, coding and decoding problem
  • Number series
  • Dirction and Distance test                                                                                         
General Awareness : 
  • Current Affairs of National ,International,Economic etc.
  • Personalities in News
  • Sports News
  • Trade Awareness (Corporate news)
  • History
  • Culture
  • Geography
  • Economy
  • Politics
  • Indian Constitution
  • Sports
  • Literature
  • Science in every day life


CMAT is a computer-based test (CBT) which will be conducted once a year from 2017. 
In CBT, a candidate will read the questions on a computer terminal and choose an answer by clicking on the correct option.
There are four sections in the test. The sections are
a) Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation
b) Logical Reasoning
c) Language Comprehension and
d) General Awareness.

There are 25 questions in each section.
The duration of test is 180 minutes, with no break during this time window.
So, students could move back and forth between sections.
This means that the sections are not timed individually, and is on the students to manage timing between the sections, while ensuring that they show their competency in all the sections.
Section No. Section Name No. of questions Marks per section
1 Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation 25
2 Logical Reasoning 25
3 Language Comprehension
4 General Awareness
25 100
  100 400
There is a negative marking of 1 mark for every wrong answer.



For achieving success in any exam there are some fundamental rules common to all exams and there are some exam specific  preparations
Fundamentals for Preparation

Construction of knowledge in your mind is the key because only you have to reproduce this knowledge in exam. Teaching (Instructions) from school / coaching class / digital media are methods of giving knowledge to you but far more important is how much have you gained (construction of knowledge in your mind) and for that only your efforts will matter.  Memorising is short lived. Learning is lasting as you have put in efforts to understand each topic. In objective exams there is no shortcut to learning.

After school / college teaching if you go to coaching classes, you have moved from teaching mode again to teaching mode but what is required is to move to learning mode because you have already received instructions (teaching) once and now it is important to construct (learning) them in your mind because only this mind has to reproduce knowledge in exam. If you have enough time, coaching will help by further reinforcing instructions (teaching) but if time is a constraint, you have carefully to plan time management – may be take help in weak subjects. But even after coaching, learning is a must. Teaching should complement learning which is final goal in your education  endeavour.
Remember learning can be effectively undertaken when you understand what is known to you, what remains to be known and initiate steps to bridge the gap. Third party only will be able to tell you what is not known to you. Here self assessor is effective tool. Once you have identified gap in topic or key concept (questions done incorrectly in self assessor), first try to resolve it yourself by referring to any standard book. Thereafter take help of your colleagues or teacher. Kindly do not leave these gaps unattended/ unresolved. Fill them same day as next day you tend to forget and there are other topics to be completed in your schedule. Master this topic well before moving. Rome is built brick by brick.  

1. Understand your goal – JEE(ADVANCED) – Please go through tentative dates of the  exam and syllabus and define your weekly schedule to cover each topic. You have to master subject each topic wise step by step and the practice for final exam around two months before exam date. Please also understand exam pattern, go through exam analysis to understand the way exam was in last year and remember cut offs as they will help to bench mark your performance Go through the syllabus thoroughly. Most of your syllabus will be similar to that of 11th and 12th class of CBSE. Knowing your goal fuels achievement. Quantify your goals. Goals which cannot be measured are never achieved. For example your goal can have a short term objective - I shall complete laws of motion in next two days and shall be able to answer 80% objective questions on concepts and problems of laws of motion correctly and there after assess yourself to measure whether you have achieved your short term objective
2. Build timelines – Ideal start time will be 11th class. Build your study schedule week wise  along side the schedule of your school curriculum as your JEE(ADVANCED) and school syllabus are same.

3. Daily steps

• Concentrate during classes whether in school /college or coaching institutes.
• Take your notes, jot important points to remember
• Review the knowledge you have gained subject wise /topic wise/ subtopic wise or keyword wise by assessing yourself through self tests daily/weekly depending upon the depth of your course curriculum in Self Assessor. Remember to build enough challenge in your tests as this not only assesses your learning properly but also adds lot to your knowledge from its own knowledge pool during assessment.
• Analyse your self test results carefully. You would have committed some silly mistakes. Try to avoid them next time. There would be many areas at your level which were unknown to you but are required to be understood for the exam you are preparing for. Try to understand/clear your doubts preferably same day on these areas by referring back to your books, discussing with your colleagues or from your teacher next day. Do not leave this to unattended because on next day other topics are waiting to be mastered
• On completing the subject you can simulate mock tests/old papers and more tests from test patterns of JEE(ADVANCED) in Test Simulator. As these tests simulate exam like environment, you will have first hand experience of your knowledge depth, speed and accuracy. In addition you will be able to benchmark your performance with previous year results and shall have good information on your level of preparedness
• The test taken by you are kept as a history for a limited time. You can access the same, analyse the results and discuss the same with your teachers/guides/ mentors to improve further

The key in competitive exam is:

It is important how much you know about a subject but what is more important is how much you know more than others. That is what differentiates a winner from a loser

Exam Specific Preparation

Best time to start is at begining of 11th class itself. Complete syllabus two months before exam date. Build a weekly time schedule. Try to cover most of topics by synchronising them with your class curriculum. This will save most of time as well ensure good results in board exams besides IIT. 
Its very simple Concentrate in class in the topics of all three subjects. Jot important points. 
Study yourself from any good book preferably same topics of the subjects for about 2 hour 15 minutes (45 minutes each subject at home)  to move from teaching to learning mode. For any additional chapter/topic which is in IIT and not in your class curriculum, an additional hour may be required but it will only be few cases and not daily. Then practice problems on same areas for about 1  and half hour (averagely half hour each topic of the subject)
Thereafter take a ten to fifteen minutes self test in self assessor on each topic of the subject studied by you to assess level of understanding achieved in the topic studied. These tests draw questions from a large and specific knowledge pool based on your selection criteria.  Kindly ensure that there is sufficient challenge in your self test. Your number of questions be more than 10 for the topic, (in keyconcept based on keyword they can be even less than 10), level of questions should be at least L2 and time should be bare enough to solve questions. If there are some specific concepts in topic studied by use, take tests on them also by inputting suitable keyword in self assessor.
 Analyse results. For questions done incorrectly refer to books to understand where you have gone, try to complete this exercise alone. Alternatively take help of your mentor. The mentors can be your school teacher or teacher in coaching class. To economise time prefer coaching if necessary only in subjects where you are weak. 
Thereafter retake test with new set of questions. Once confident, move to next topic. This is active learning as you have yourself put in efforts to understand topics. You will start enjoying your studies and these concepts will be long lasting in you mind


There are many good books in market but stick to few books only.
Keep NCERT books as your base book alongwith one more textbook each subjectwise for theory and one book for problems. rest all should only be used as reference books only to clear specific doubts

Below mentioned is a exhaustive list of important books for JEE(ADVANCED) 
Name of Book
Writer / Publisher
To be used as


NCERT Physics for 11th and 12th 
Text book
Concepts of Physics Vol I and II 
HC Verma
Text Book and Problems exercise
Problems in General Physics 
I.E. Irodov 
Problems exercise book
Advanced Level Physics 
Nelkon and Parker 
Reference book
Aptitude Test Problems in Physics 
S.S Krotov 
Reference book
Collection of questions and Problems in Physics 
L.A. Sena 
Reference book
Dynamics of a Particle & of Rigid Bodies 
S.L. Loney 
Reference book
Elements of Dynamics Part I & II 
S.L Loney 
Reference book
Fundamentals of Physics 
Halliday, Resnick & Walker 
Reference book
Physics Problems w/solutions 
Chen, Min 
Reference book
Physics Vols I & II 
Reference book
Problem in Physics 
V.Zubov & V.Shalnov 
Reference book
Problems in Physics 
A.A Pinsky 
Reference book
The Feynman Lectures on Physics Vol. 1 and 2
R.P. Feynman 
Reference book
University Physics 
Sears and Zemansky 
Reference book


NCERT Maths for 11th and 12th 
Text book
Maths XI & XII 
R. S. Agarwal 
Text book
Plane Trigonometry Part I 
S.L. Loney
Text book
Co-ordinate Geometry 
S.L. Loney
Text book
Arihant Prakashan 
Reference book
Algebra Made Easy 
K.P. Basu 
Reference book
J. Edward 
Reference book
Complete Course IIT Mathematics
Tata McGraw Hill 
Reference book
Co-ordinate Geometry 
Dr. Gorakh Prasad 
Reference book
Differential Calculus 
Arihant Prakashan 
Reference book
Elementary Math’s  
DoroFeev, Patapov 
Reference book
Higher Algebra 
Hall & Knight 
Reference book
Higher Algebra  
Bernard & Child 
Reference book
IIT Mathematics plus 
A Dasgupta
Reference book
Integral Calculus 
Arihant Prakashan 
Reference book
Intro. to Probability & its Applications 
W. Feller 
Reference book
Reference book
Problem Book in Mathematical Analysis 
G.N. Berman 
Reference book
Problems in Calculus of One Variable 
I.A. Maron 
Reference book
Problems in Mathematics 
V Govorov, P.Dybov, N.Miroshin, S.Smirnova. 
Reference book
Shanti Narayan 
Reference book
Vectors & 3-D Geometry 
Arihant Prakashan 
Reference book


NCERT Chemistry for 11th and 12th 
Text book
Physical Chemistry 
P. Bahadur 
Text book
Organic Chemistry 
Text book
Inorganic Chemistry 
O.P. Tandon 
Text book
Numerical Chemistry
R.C. Mukhrjee
Problems exercise book
Chemistry Principles & Applications 
Sienko & Plane 
Reference book
Concise Inorganic Chemistry 
J.D. Lee 
Reference book
General Chemistry 
Reference book
IIT Chemistry 
O.P. Agarwal 
Reference book
IIT Chemistry 
Tata McGraw Hill 
Reference book
Inorganic Chemistry
Arihant Prakashan 
Reference book
Organic Chemistry 
Morrison and Boyd 
Reference book
Organic Chemistry 
Francis Carey 
Reference book
Organic Chemistry 
Arihant Prakashan 
Reference book
Organic Chemistry 
O.P. Tandon 
Reference book
Organic Chemistry 
Paula Bruice Yurkanis 
Reference book
Organic Chemistry  
Bahal & Bahal 
Reference book
Organic Chemistry-Vol I 
I. L. Finar 
Reference book
Physical Chemistry
O.P. Tandon 
Reference book
Physical Chemistry 
P.W. Atkins 
Reference book
University Chemistry 
Bruce H. Mahan 
Reference book