RBI Grade B Last Minute Tips for Preparation: The Written Examination will be conducted just a few days from now i.e. September 4, 2016. We expect most candidates to be in full revision mode right now, going through all minute details and cramming formulas. To further add to this, here is our final overview on RBI Grade B Examination (Phase 1) and the number of good attempts you should aim for.
RBI Grade B 2016: Last Minute Preparation Tips
During this time, a lot of candidates start spiralling and doubting themselves whether they can crack RBI Examination or not. First things First, Believe in yourself!
You need to stay fully focused for the next few days and give your best shot. Your dream job as an RBI Officer is waiting for you on the other side. So, start by going through the basics first and then go straight for section-wise preparation and revision.
You can have a look at our preparation plans for each section, which will guide on the important topics and how to solve questions from them.
- How to prepare for Reasoning for RBI Grade B
- How to prepare for Quantitative Aptitude for RBI Grade B
- How to prepare for English for RBI Grade B
- How to prepare for General Awareness for RBI Grade B
During this time period, you also need to focus on solving multiple mock tests. Just start with single mock test series and carefully analyse each section. It is extremely important that you understand which section can still be improved. This minor improvement might be able to fetch you more marks.
Points to Remember
- Divide your Time such that you dedicate 60% towards practice and analysis, and the remaining 40% towards revision.
- Continuously Revise Topics based on General Awareness related to RBI , Economy and Current Affairs.
- Try to create a planned strategy for appearing in the Written Examination.
- Try to learn direct formulas, tricks, cubes, squares, antonym/ synonyms that might be helpful in
Practice as much as you can but do not forget to solve previous years papers as most recruitment examinations tend to put similar questions.
Recommended: RBI Grade B Previous Solved Papers
Appearing for the test and analyzing each day will give you the answer for the below mentioned set of Questions:
1. Which topic, section is among your strength?
2. What is the minimum time requirement to be dedicated to each section so that you can manage the sectional cutoff and overall cutoff?
3. What is the minimum number of Questions in each section to be attempted with accuracy in order to clear sectional as well as overall cutoff?
We hope you stick to this last minute revision strategy and solve as many papers as you can during this time period.
RBI Grade B 2016: Good Attempts for Phase-1 Examination
Ideal strategy to attempt the paper might vary from person to person but from our analysis of General RBI Grade B trends, we can deduce the following optimal attempts and time allotment figures.
Have a look at the table below and know about the number of good attempts in the paper, the preferred order to attempt as well as how much time you should give to dedicate each section.
|Section||Order||Number of Good Attempts||Time (in mins.)|
|Reasoning Ability||1st||28-30 (out of 60)||35|
|English Language||2nd||18-20 (out of 30)||20|
|General Awareness||3rd||40-45 (out of 80)||30|
|Quantitative Aptitude||4th||23-25 (out of 30)||35|
|Overall||109-120 (out of 200)||120|
All the Best for the upcoming RBI Grade B Examination. Please do read our next article which will focus on Exam Strategy and Tips on How to Attempt RBI Grade B Examination (Phase 1). Next Article goes live tomorrow 10:00 AM.