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RRB Group D Exam Analysis 2018 Shift 1: 17th September 2018

RRB Group D Exam Analysis 2018 Shift 1: Railway Recruitment Board commenced the biggest exam of the country i.e RRB Group D. In an attempt to provide clarity to all the candidates about their performance, we now begin our RRB Group D Exam Analysis for the first shift, which basically tells about the difficulty level and no. of good attempts. For the students who are yet to appear for RRB Group D Fiest CBT 2018, it is necessary to go through this exam analysis as it will help you a lot to understand the pattern of questions.

RRB Group D Exam Analysis 2018 Shift 1

As we all know, the exam was composed of 4 sections i.e. Mathematics, General Intelligence & Reasoning, General Science, and General Awareness. THE OVERALL DIFFICULTY LEVEL OF RRB Group D CBT Exam (Shift-I) was Moderate. Let us dig a bit deeper and understand the construct of the paper section-wise.

General Intelligence (Easy-Moderate)

Let us begin our analysis with Reasoning section, Questions from General Awareness ranged from Easy to Moderate. Reasoning Section was comprised of 30 Questions.  Few topics covered in this section were as follows:

Mathematics (Easy-Moderate)

Talking about Mathematics, For Day 1, the level of difficulty of RRB Group D exam was Easy to Moderate. Candidates found the section quite calculative. The Section was comprised of 25 Questions.  Topics covered in this section are as follows:

General Science  (Easy-Moderate)

The general science paper of RRL Group D exam consisted of Physics, Life Science,  and Chemistry. 25 questions were asked from these topics

General Awareness (Moderate)

Talking about the General Awareness Section, the difficulty level of this section was Moderate. The bulk part of RRB Group D General Awareness Section was covered from the year 2016 & 2017.

Questions Asked

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Here we conclude our analysis of RRB Group D Shift 1. Stay Tuned for the shift 2 analysis of RRB Group D Examination.

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