RRB Group D 2018, How Arun Kumar Improved His Score From 33.87 to 64.29: The Computer-Based Tests (CBT) for recruitment of Level 1 posts is likely to start from 17-09-2018. The exam will be conducted online, which means there will be a great need among Group D aspirants to give a Mock Test to analyze their performance and thus predict their chances to perform well in the upcoming examination.
We are happy to inform that a significant number of Group D aspirants have attempted Group D Mock Tests series out of which Arun Kumar made a remarkable improvement by attempting 8 mock tests and increased his score from 33.87 to 64.29. Below given is the analysis of his performance:
The above graph shows the analysis of RRB Group D mock tests attempted by Arun Kumar Sahu. As you can see in the above image the first attempt score is 33.87 and he increases his attempts of mock tests to 8th attempt there is a huge improvement in his performance. The score eventually increases to 64.29.
As per our data, Students who have attempted 15+ mock tests have improved their score by 30 to 35%.
|Mock Test||No. of Tests||Links to Attempt|
|Official Pattern||15||Click Here to Attempt|
|Sectional||8||Click Here to Attempt|
|Previous year||10 (Only for Hindi)||Click Here to Attempt|
|Practice Sets||50||Click Here to Attempt|
Here are some of the benefits of practicing mock tests which will help you to increase your score for the upcoming examination.
Practicing Mock Tests Before the Final Exam: Learn the Benefits
Practice tests are the best way to stimulate studying and revision, and also improve your confidence. Here are some of the benefits of Mock Tests:
Mock Tests Helps you to Reinforce your Learning
Practicing at least 2 mock test a week well before and at least 4 mock test when you are just a few months away from the big day. This will help you to increase your score by 30-35%. Practicing mock test helps you to reinforce your learning and boost your confidence.
Mock Tests Gives you a Feel of Real Exam
For most of the students about to take a major exam for the first time in their lives, mock tests provide a trial run. Being placed in the same situation and feeling the same amount of pressure before the actual exam will inculcate some confidence and self-analytical capacity in the student.
This makes it more likely for you to retrieve the knowledge later, improve your learning and get higher scores in exams.
Mock Tests Makes you Familiar with the Style and Scope of Question Paper
Practice a mock test before an exam is important because of the practice they provide. It makes you familiar with the types of questions, difficulty level, Group D exam pattern and most importantly the time management. Managing to finish the exam on time is really challenging. Practicing mock tests helps you to finish your exam on time.
Often, the fairness and accuracy of an examination are significantly impacted by the student’s anxiety and fear. So it is important to take more practice tests which help to minimize fear and stress related to an examination. It not only measures how much you know or how well you are prepared for an exam but also helps to reinforce your learning.