RBI Grade B Preparation Tips

RBI Grade B Preparation Tips |Section- wise

You can check below the section-wise RBI Grade B Preparation Tips and Tricks to get through the exam with flying colors:

RBI Grade B Preparation | English Language

English Language section is one of the easiest to crack. You need to brush up your basic skills in grammar and develop a reading habit. Additionally, that will also help improve your vocabulary. You can also go through the previous years’ papers to get an idea of what kind of questions will come. Questions in this section are usually asked from Comprehension, Spotting Errors, Para Jumbles, Antonyms, and Synonyms. To master these skills, thesaurus, dictionary and English Newspapers are going to help you.

RBI Grade B Preparation | Quantitative Aptitude

This section comprises questions on Arithmetic, Data Interpretation and Simplification. Candidates should learn shortcuts to solve questions from this, as most of the questions are from data interpretation(DI). Other topics from which you can get a good number of questions are Number series, Simplification & Approximation and Quadratic Equation/Inequality. This section will consist of 30 questions. There will be questions from the topics like Percentage, Average, Ratio and Proportion, Partnership, Time & Work and Work & Wages, Pipes and Cisterns, Allegation or Mixtures, Simple Interest, Compound Interest, Permutation and Combination, Probability, Mensuration go for these.

RBI Grade B Preparation | Reasoning Ability

In RBI Grade B Phase 1 this section will consist of 60 questions so it becomes very important to practice and attempt this section very carefully. Reasoning questions are tricky and require a lot of practice to score well. The reasoning ability mostly consists of Puzzles and sitting arrangements. The puzzles can be Circular Arrangement, Linear arrangement, floor-based puzzle, a tabular puzzle with two or three or even four variables, puzzles combined with blood relation or Direction sense, Square/Rectangle sitting arrangement. So in Upcoming RBI Exam, make Reasoning your main weapon for getting a high score.

RBI Grade B Preparation | General Awareness

Candidates who are up to date about facts & news of everyday aspects usually score more in this section. Candidates need to go through at least previous 6 months current affairs notes/capsules available on banking examination related websites and should read newspapers, magazines to sharpen their skills in General Awareness. It is comparatively easier than other sections. Questions are asked from International Summits, Governmental Schemes and Initiatives, Sports Tournaments, Books and Authors, International Organisations, Monetary and Fiscal Policies, Banking and Financial terms, etc.

RBI Grade B Preparation Tips | Tips During the Exam

  1. If you find any particular question difficult, make sure that you don’t waste your time trying to solve it. Instead, you should move to the next question and if time permits come back to this question later.
  2. One thing that is crucial is that you have to clear the sectional cut-off of each section and
    also the overall cut-off.
  3.  So, if in the Exam, you find any particular section a bit challenging, attempt the minimum number of questions that are required to clear the sectional cut-off of that section.
  4.  Sometimes, the questions can be very tricky. We advise you to read them very carefully before answering.
  5.  In the Exam, avoid using any shortcut that you are not completely sure about.
  6.  Avoid Guesswork in the Exam.