RBI Grade-B Exam Analysis, Review 2018 Phase-1: 16 August – 1st Slot

 

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Dear Aspirants, The Most awaited RBI Grade-B 2018 Phase-1 exam is over, Now it’s time for exam analysis of RBI Grade-B 2018 Phase-1 (16th August 2018), Shift-1. A lot of students have appeared for their Phase 1 exam today and this brings them to a step closer in their journey of getting a Job in Banking Sector. Without wasting any moment, let’s get straight to the analysis For which you are all waiting for. The overall exam was of a difficult level.
There are 4 Sections in RBI Grade-B 2018 Phase-1 exam namely English, Reasoning, General Awareness and Quantitative Aptitude.

RBI Grade-B 2018 Phase-1 Exam ANALYSIS (OVER-ALL):

SECTIONS

GOOD ATTEMPTS

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

13-17

REASONING ABILITY

37-43

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

11-14

GENERAL AWARENESS

49-55

TOTAL

93-102

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE (Difficult)

The level of quantitative aptitude was difficult and many students found it lengthy as well.There were two sets of DI one was a Bar Graph and the other was a Tabular DI. There were no separate questions of approximation, however like the recent trend in bank exams miscellaneous arithmetic questions were based on use of approximate value.
The questions were:

Topic

No. of Questions Level

Data Interpretation

10

Difficult

Quantity, Quantity 2

5

Difficult

Data Sufficiency

5

Difficult

Wrong Number Series

5

Moderate-Difficult

Miscellaneous (Percentage, Time and Work, Partnership, Boat and Stream)

5 Difficult

Total

30

Difficult

ENGLISH LANGUAGE (Difficult)

The level of English was Difficult. There were three set of RC in which one was based on a passage related to China and Taiwan Currency. A new pattern based cloze test was also introduced in the English Language Section of this exam.

Topic

No. of Questions Level

Reading Comprehension

15

Moderate-Difficult

Error Detection

5

Moderate-Difficult

Sentence Connector (Match the Following)

5

Moderate-Difficult

Cloze Test (New Pattern)

5

Difficult

Total 30

Moderate-Difficult


REASONING ABILITY (Moderate-Difficult)

The level of reasoning was Moderate – Difficult. There were 4 puzzles and sitting Arrangement based on following pattern: Linear Seating Arrangement of 2 variables (single line), Square seating arrangement of 2 variables, Box based puzzle and there was one more set of puzzle.
The questions were:

 

Topic

No. of Questions Level

Puzzle and Seating Arrangement

20

Moderate-Difficult

Alpha-Numeric Series

2

Moderate

Logical Reasoning

12

Moderate-Difficult

Blood Relation

5 Moderate

Direction Sense

5

Moderate

Inequality

5

Moderate

Alphabet

1

Moderate

Data Sufficiency

5

Moderate

Coding Decoding 5

Moderate

Total 60

Moderate-Difficult


GENERAL AWARENESS (Moderate)

General Awareness had 80 questions for 80 marks. This section is moderate for those who knows banking terms and were well versed with static awareness. Around 8 to 9 questions covered the static general knowledge portion and most of the questions were from current affairs of April, May, June and July. There were no question s from budget. The questions covering banking awareness were related to RBI.

 

All The Best For Upcoming Exams!!!

 

 

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