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Team Careers360|Apr 12, 2021
NEW DELHI: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will conduct the Grade B exam for Phase 1 on March 6, 2021. RBI released the Grade B notification 2021 on January 28, 2021, while the admit card was released on February 26. The RBI released a total fo 322 vacancies to be filled under recruitment. Candidates may have already prepared for the Phase 1 exam in advance, and with the exam around the corner, we are sharing some last-minute preparation tips so there is less to no scope for errors. Check more details related to the RBI Grade Phase 1 here.
RBI Grade Phase 1: Highlights
The RBI Grade Phase 1 will have questions from General Awareness, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning.
The exam time duration will be for two hours.
There will be a total fo 200 questions with 200 marks in the RBI Grade Phase 1 exam.
0.25 marks will be deducted as negative marks for each wrong answer.
RBI Grade B: Last-minute preparation tips
General Awareness - In this section, the questions will be from current affairs and banking awareness. The current affairs will be of the last six months. Candidates are advised to go through all the latest reforms and schemes introduced by the RBI and monetary terms from SEBI, NBDC, Repo Rates, Fiscal Policy, Business News, etc.
Reasoning - Candidates are advised to go through the previous year papers of RBI Grade B to get a glimpse of the questions. Revise questions especially from puzzles, coding-decoding, seating arrangement, number series, blood relation, etc.
English and Quantitative Aptitude - To ace in this section, candidates are advised to practice previous year question papers of English and Quantitative Aptitude. Candidates should also learn tricks for Quantitative Aptitude, which will save a lot of time while doing calculations in the exam and will increase the efficiency of candidates.
RBI Grade B Mock test - In the last days of any exam, candidate are required to solve mock tests as much as they can. The mock tests are important for the preparation of any competitive exam. Mock tests will test candidates speed and accuracy and make them efficient.
What after Phase 1?
Candidates qualifying in RBI Grade B Phase 1 will be eligible to appear for Phase 2 which is scheduled to be held on April 1, 2021.
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